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It's always amazing to me to see so many people comment about things that they know nothing about. There is no such thing as a Bitcoin CEO. She was the CEO of a bitcoin exchange firm. Who knows what really happened. I can tell you one thing though, it's the big banksters that are the shady criminals of today, not people who believe in bitcoin. People want a way to exchange goods and services without some 3rd party, that has no business sticking their nose in an A to B transaction, looking for a piece of it. It also acts as a competing currency that offers privacy and protection from those countries that try to lock you into their own fiat currency, while they work to inflate and destroy it.
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IceCube_CTucker_Daayum.jpg.

Not surprised. Unfortunately currency trading has always been a stressful business for all parties.

That said, murder and suicide under suspicious circumstances where one party was seen to owe money or favor to another are not exactly unheard of in currencies of all types going back as far as we care to look.
post #23 of 40
I hope its not related to BTC. A terrible way to go
post #24 of 40
Is anyone surprised?
post #25 of 40
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IceCube_CTucker_Daayum.jpg.

Not surprised. Unfortunately currency trading has always been a stressful business for all parties.

That said, murder and suicide under suspicious circumstances where one party was seen to owe money or favor to another are not exactly unheard of in currencies of all types going back as far as we care to look.


Bingo and Bitcoin exchanges are well known to deal with some of the most dangerous people on earth. Slavers, Drug Lords, and yes REAL assassins. Imagine what happens when you SCREW with their money supply.


I'm not sure why people are so surprised by this. I doubt she jumped from the window. She most likely helped out the window by a fine upstanding bitcoin holder.
 
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Yeah because how smart she was is totally relevant to the fact that she was a now dead CEO of Bitcoin....


seriously you people.

.., Considering the fact that it was a major contributor to her being able to get and do that job in the first place? I'd say quite a bit.
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Bingo and Bitcoin exchanges are well known to deal with some of the most dangerous people on earth. Slavers, Drug Lords, and yes REAL assassins. Imagine what happens when you SCREW with their money supply.


I'm not sure why people are so surprised by this. I doubt she jumped from the window. She most likely helped out the window by a fine upstanding bitcoin holder.

My inner self thinks absolutely the same. A lot has to go through your mind to do this (this is certainly the case with the bitcoin explosion these days). I wonder if this virtual currency will ever pickup again due to these past events.
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This is horrible.
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There is no way this is a suicide.
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post #30 of 40
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.., Considering the fact that it was a major contributor to her being able to get and do that job in the first place? I'd say quite a bit.

Probably as much as her being pretty. Point is people are idiotic for making people feel bad for saying she was pretty and it is just as relevant to her death as being smart is (as in not much at all, but its still things people mention). in short, it's ok to say someone is pretty, even if they died, just like its ok to say they were smart.
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