I stumbled upon this powerful tool while i was surfing this Online Storage Website,the tool promised to be able to create $100 in your liberty reserve acct.Naturally i am inquisitive so i dug deeper and found out that it was uploaded by a Russian whom i believe is a hacker.
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Just putting the word e-currency into a search engine will bring up a huge list of strangely named currencies that you have probably never heard of. There are though a few big online currencies that are accepted by many merchants, companies and shops.
The next question that may logically follow is, “do I really need a Valcambi CombiBar Gold payment system; will things ever really get that bad?”. Well, the obvious answer to that is “I sure hope not”.
It is perhaps inevitable that this type of digital, peer to peer, currency would rise, but it is the flaws in the current systems that are giving it a boost. As people lose faith in the government and banks, they are going to be looking for something that will provide more options. They will see the advantages of skipping the middleman of credit cards. International transactions will start to happen skipping the middlemen of banks and wire services. As national currencies destabilize, they will start to see an electronic, non-national, currency as a good reserve currency to hedge against inflation, runs, etc.
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Wright cashed in 130 of his Bitcoins at $127 each ($16,510) and was looking forward to using the profits to pay off outstanding medical bills. Mt. Gox has a policy of only allowing $1000 to be cashed out in a 24-hour period. Wright was slowly getting disbursements of his money and was hoping for the entire transaction to be finished within a few weeks. During that period, a hacker broke into his account and interrupted the process of cashing out. The thief converted all the proceeds back into Bitcoins then transferred them all out to himself, thus circumventing the $1000 a day policy.
I expect that as bitcoin becomes more acceptable and valuable, we are going to see a version of the Nigerian Prince scam. So the warning is this: we now have exchanges and other businesses that allow for moving money easily onto and off of exchanges. Never wire money for bitcoin. It was a short-lived, and well-forgotten, moment in the history of bitcoin.