Discussion in 'General Board' started by retired_member32, Nov 28, 2013.
That story reminds me of being a five year old kid in primary school. One of my friends won £100,000 on some competition where you had to find palm trees on the inside of your Kit Kat label.
In his delight at winning the £100,000 he tore off the back of the label and gave it to someone else in the playground. Kit Kat refused to pay out the £100,000 because the label wasn't intact. His Dad spent weeks climbing through the school's industrial bins trying to find the back of this label but never found it.
OK, not bit coin related but another story of someone losing potentially a lot of money!
Sorry no need for my sob story lol.
I wonder if that lottery ticket was claimed by 11 last night, it was for 12,000,000
£4million apparently. Dunno how he's been sleeping at night tbh.
I started buying Bitcoin when they were £45 but got talked out of it as they were too volatile, so I only have a couple. Now they are £717 each
Litecoin is a cheaper alternative but rising fast, they were a coupel of quid each earlier this year, now heading for £50.
Please use my aff link if you want to buy some..
at nearly a grand a piece no wonder markets are opening up for new coins with lower unit price. interesting.
but what happens when there's as many virtual currencies as there will be gTLD's. Is there any limitation on creating one as there is with 'real' currencies?
Hmm i'm tempted to stick £50 on an alternative to Bitcoin and Litcoin. I dont have a clue which one yet . This was in the Guardian today:
Quite a few comments as well.
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