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Q: China's banning bitcoin, smart?

https://www.thestreet.com/story/14298857/1/bitcoin-blocked-in-china-ico-ban-has-ripple-effect-on-cryptocurrency-businesses.html

 

Tomorrow (Sept 30, 2017) is the last day for bitcoin in china, I suppose many money-blinded dalu money dogs are frantically getting rid of their bitcoins, while some are betting the ban is only tempory.  

 

What do you think of bitcoins? 

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Monopoly money?

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Can you tell me in simple terms what bitcoin is please?
Also is there any Chinese links about banning it?

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Monopoly money?

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China manipulates Bitcoin, and I'm surprised at how people haven't caught on since it's been going on for a few years. 

China has been restricting bitcoin in order to cause the prices to crash and then they free up restrictions in order to drive up prices. So sb is buying and selling at the right times and making a mint. The rest of the world has their heads up their asses.

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Bit'con.

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Found this on Yahoo. ..is it the same kind of scam?
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/sec-charged-two-initial-coin-003107769.html

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Tulip bulbs without the mulch or compost value.

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