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Change homepage from "new kind of money" to "intangible commodity" #1887

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theochino opened this Issue Oct 27, 2017 · 1 comment

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theochino commented Oct 27, 2017

The guy that has come up with this definition is in jail so he cannot send this himself.

To make money, you need a commodity (metal, silver, gold, ....) and someone to transform that commodity. Bitcoin is the root and it's virtual, so it's an "intangible commodity."

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https://twitter.com/TheoBitcoin/status/923609548975493121

PS: This has been the most contentious two words to describe bitcoin and the use of "Money" is what makes every law maker want to kill it and send everyone in jail. - This need to be changed. Morpheus (the guy in jail in Arizona - https://www.facebook.com/groups/FreeMorpheusTitania) and I (the guy suing up the NYDFS - http://AbolishTheBitlicense.com) came up with the best description to explain Bitcoin in less than 5 minutes.

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@theochino Hello, thanks for suggesting this change. Closing this for now since there doesn't seem to be much support in pressing for this.

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wbnns commented Nov 18, 2017

@theochino Hello, thanks for suggesting this change. Closing this for now since there doesn't seem to be much support in pressing for this.

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