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  2. with all the bitcoin used in the top holder list thing – does that not prove the corruption and trading volumes on the markets as there is not that much available to be traded around? – I hope that makes sense

  3. I think you meant to say that people UNDER 25 are confused by the difference between debit and credit. I find it hard to believe that anyone old enough to have monthly bills, mortgages, rent, etc. knows less about debit and credit than people who spend all day playing video games

  4. The debit/credit thing is more difficult than you think because debit cards at a point of sale terminal needed your ATM PIN but today they can use the credit card system. It's a debit card being used as credit.

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