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Amazon Bitcoin Payments: Mainstream Cryptocurrencies SCAM, Part 2
This is a followup to yesterday's [ http://intelsector.com/#Central_Bank_Cryptocurrencies_Are ] central bank cryptocurrencies report. I want to expand a little bit further on this topic since some folks are now arguing that Amazon is about to announce that it will start to accept bitcoin payments. Why that too should be a good thing for bitcoin and its loyal followers is not clear to me because the reality of the matter pictures a totally different state of affairs. Lets be very clear about it, none of the major payment gateways, that offer bitcoin payments, that are currently being used by any major corporation such as PayPal or eBay remain loyal to the core principle of bitcoin being a "crypto" currency because there is literally zero secrecy involved anymore through these payment gateways and related merchant websites, including Amazon. If this is something that you do not agree with then I ask you to take a look at these images first before continuing. Signup/registration forms for: Bitpay http://intelsector.com/images/bitpay.png Braintree http://intelsector.com/images/braintree.png Coinbase http://intelsector.com/images/coinbase.png Gocoin http://intelsector.com/images/gocoin.png Clearly ALL secrecy ("crypto") and anonymity has been removed once you register at one or more of these payment gateways. You can argue that you don't need them to use bitcoin and that is true but if you want to receive or send (pay with) bitcoins at PayPal, eBay, hundreds of registrars and the thousands of other (online) merchants that accept bitcoin payments you'll - in at least 75% of the cases - have to signup at one of the above listed payment gateways. That is also true. Therefore, by doing so, all essence of bitcoin or any other "crypto" currency is lost and it becomes completely useless to even consider making such payments at major corporations, of which Amazon is one for sure, or any other company. What is the point of using bitcoin as a cryptocurrency when you can just pay with euros, yen, dollars and so on, which everyone has anyway? Bitcoins are still hard to get if you don't want to buy them at the various exchanges. And there too all anonymity, in most cases, is lost because the registration forms are pretty much identical in most cases. Sure, bitcoin can be an asset, an investment, and there's nothing wrong with that when you actually know what you are doing but you can forget about bitcoin still being a "people currency". Those days have already long gone. For a cryptocurrency to be a true decentralized and independent currency for a population of any size it MUST remain detached and it must remain non-mainstream and 100% "CRYPTO" (secret). That is the entire point of it. Once a crypto, or anything else, is suddenly mainstream - or linked to it - it is reduced to being an extension of the global control grid under the BIS and the various secret societies that own it. In theory a true people's cryptocurrency can exist but it must be totally parallel to the global financial system at all times (never part of it) and it can even become as big as the mainstream society's 'alternatives' or even bigger. For example, if a cryptocurrency would exist that is as big and widely used as the Japanese yen but entirely detached from the mainstream financial system it would considerably reduce the effectiveness of the global control grid and its operators and owners. And that is the exact essence of a decent cryptocurrency. You want to destabilize the power structure and dismantle their web of oppression. So, for any serious truther or activist out there it should not matter anymore whether or not Amazon will accept bitcoin payments. They likely will though since its competition is ahead on this issue. Bitcoin has become (too) mainstream and can never be considered a rebel currency, or underground currency anymore. To a certain extent bitcoin is even no longer "crypto" worthy since thousands of people, and likely many more, have already been identified through their transactions via the major payment gateways. In addition, the payment gateways are being bought by the biggest players, creating a completely mainstream "Big Crypto" establishment or complex that is out to dominate and sabotage. Similar to big pharma, big media, big oil and so forth. In a dream about liberty, bitcoin still has potential. In reality it is a mainstream-occupied asset that is being stripped of its own reason to exist and it will gradually pave the road for a global 'pseudocoin'. A fake cryptocurrency operated by the BIS or the UN system. - KJ, Intel Sector
Would you like to see Amazon accepting Bitcoin & even Altcoins as new payment method?
Would you like to buy more goods at Amazon if Amazon would decide to offer crypto-payment for you? Would it be brave by Jeff Bezos if he would accept crypto payment? Would you love Amazon for doing this?
BitPay Blocks $100,000 Bitcoin Donation to Amazon Rainforest Charity Crypto payments company BitPay has refused to honor a large donation to a non-profit environmental organization that is working to protect the Amazon rainforest.
Instant Payments at Amazon with Bitcoin Lighting Network - where does this leave Dash?
Yesterday it was announced that PayWithMoon had integrated with payment processors to provide instant payments to Amazon using Bitcoin's Lighting Network. One of our key features is InstantSend. Is the Lighting Network a realistic competitor or is it all hype?
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