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Old 6th December 2017, 10:58 AM
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Question Does Your Financial Future Reside in Bitcoin(s)? Or are Lottery Tickets better?

Think about it... Bittrex customers complain of withdrawal problems - Business Insider - You can buy bitcoins (or one of the many other crypto-currencies) but... Can (or how easily) can you get money out?

From the article:
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"Traders on a $1 billion cryptocurrency exchange say they can't withdraw money and are left in the dark about why"
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"This is a big deal because when you sign up with Bittrex, they allow you to deposit funds into your wallet and even allow you to trade without Verification," Andrew said. "But then you cannot withdraw your funds. Even worse, no response from anyone. Bittrex is in the top 3 largest crypto exchanges and this is unacceptable."
Another interesting article: Can Bitcoin defy logic and go to Infinity and Beyond? — RT Op-Edge

And, the energy it uses... Bitcoin’s insane energy consumption, explained | Ars Technica

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