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10 hours ago, oz93666 said:

click bait .. this is nothing to do with coins ...the  hard cash in your pocket ,

 

this is just another way of managing digital transactions credit cards , paypal etc 

nope its not like credit cards or paypal ...

clearly you not watch the video 

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3 hours ago, Deca said:

nope its not like credit cards or paypal ...

clearly you not watch the video 

I did watch ...

 

The title of this video Surveillance Coins Are Coming would give most the idea that tracker chips are going to be put in one and two pound coins ( or $ coins) to surveill what you spend your cash on ... but this is only for digital transactions which they already monitored anyway electronic transferes , cards ..

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7 hours ago, oz93666 said:

I did watch ...

 

The title of this video Surveillance Coins Are Coming would give most the idea that tracker chips are going to be put in one and two pound coins ( or $ coins) to surveill what you spend your cash on ... but this is only for digital transactions which they already monitored anyway electronic transferes , cards ..

nope as people are calling A central bank digital currency (CBDC)   Surveillance Coins  ok  .....what part of "central bank" don`t you understand ? these digital currency will be monitored/programmed from one central place not like electronic transfers which are not 

 

so you think bitcoins fit in your pocket as well ??? 

 

 

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https://altcoininvestor.com/surveillance-coins/

 

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Surveillance Coins

Bitcoin as well as most other cryptocurrencies are considered surveillance coins. This is in contrast to Privacy coins, which consist of only a small percentage of cryptocurrencies.

What are Surveillance Coins?

Any cryptocurrency which has an open blockchain ledger where the sender and receiver can be ascertained is considered a surveillance coin. This is because analytic techniques can be used to determine many attributes of the transactions, including the transaction amount, the sender address and the receiver address. Blockchain analysis along with metadata or data provided by exchanges can allow for the identification of the parties to the transaction.

 

 

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