http://www.businessweek.com/articles/20 ... ding-floor
Its still making rounds....may be gaining some momentum.
Actually, Bloomberg, according to a savvy financial investor friend, has quite a bit of "bitcoin" buzz on it. My friend says this has strong potential to be the new currency, because it cannot be associated with anyone's shores, its cyber. Actually, here's what she said:
She said to me:
Read on Austrian economics a little. The money movers of the world are starting public debate about which is better Austrian economics or Keynesian and then they lean Austrian. They are also starting new private markets ... international markets that no one government has any control over...hence bitcoin....it's all off any body's shores..... its in cyberspace. And it is the beginning of the global revolution that's gonna happen and bring on one world everything..... all as planet x marches toward earth.
So, I said back to her:
Far as I know, tho, there isn't much of a bitcoin market in the US right now, which means one would have to buy and sit on it, something like gold, and if it goes bust.....oh well....it went bust. I don't see the US as being real involved in the development of the One world govt....the greatest influence will be revived roman empire, or europe....so what is europe doing with the bitcoin?
They developed it...the kings from the handed empires are building it....its happened.... I'm telling you it has already happened. Its gonna be mainstream in a few years. I'm buying.