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knight222
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Bitcoin Files might become the new piratebay.

Think about it.

https://bitcoinfiles.com
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Sure, that's exactly what we need. Every law enforcement agency in the world trying to declare Bitcoin illegal.
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Instead they are trying (quite successfully unfortunately) to infiltrate us from the inside and derail our efforts through companies such as Blockstream and nChain 2/2
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Do we really want the added negative attention? Freedom is one thing; calling it the next pirate bay is just asking for trouble.
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Well it is not actually called "next pirate bay". Just one guy calls it so.
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I think they[govts] already realized it is pointless to de-legalize Bitcoin, because it would have to be done all around the world simultaneously. 1/2
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knight222
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BCH is permissionless so what are you gonna do?
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I'm going to plead to the community to NOT turn this into "the next pirate bay." We just got over the reputation that Bitcoin is scams and money for illegal goods.
Raineko
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Storing torrents is not illegal, you can data share anything in the world. Uploading and downloading copyrighted material might be, but the users are responsible, not the medium.
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It is illegal in most countries. But the bigger picture is, do we want the reputation of storing illegal content on our blockchain, or do we want to be a global payment system?
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No. Police regularly raid and shut down these sites. A few of the basic freedoms most Western countries used to enjoy simply did not make it into the 21st century.
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Lol, ask Kim Dotcom about that one...
Tek
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Are the files stored completely on the blockchain? won't that bloat it?