by akrueger » I have searched around, but debian.org donations has no Bitcoin address - here are some 2014 arguments why it could be a good idea, but they did not seem interested. Actually, linuxmint does give a Bitcoin address (and a mintcoin address) for donations - but I guess that is a completely different animal for you, right?
from:https://www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/bitcointalk.org#comment-49985709 Home of people trying their hardest to rip each other off with 'investment opportunities'; completely unregulated with no way to retrieve funds due to malfeasance:
http://yro.slashdot.org/story/12/08/29/ ... zi-schem...
While many of these problems are endemic to flaws in the concept of bitcoin itself the majority of these ponzi's and pass through schemes are born, discussed, funded, and disappear on the bitcointalk forum. As such it serves as a major driver of fraudulent activity as it relates to bitcoins.
So any way, What appears to be a very genorous offer, was politely turned down,
so why continue with trying so hard to push this "bit coin" thing, it reminds me of these
e-mails I keep getting where they try to convince me that if I just send them my bank info, they are going to give me some $1,000,000,000 inhertance.
So what is this big deal about the "bit coin", if it is so wonderfull, why do you need to try so hard to promote it ?
Usually when things truely are good things, they promote their self,... no need to spam a forum , with the promotions.