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Brad Crenshaw
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Brad Crenshaw,
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12/16/2013 | 1:14:55 AM
Bitcoin Security
Bitcoin is mostly unsecure because users don't take care to secure their wallets. They carry too much around in their everyday wallets, store their keys anywhere, and fail to secure their connections with security tools like antivirus and VPNs most especially. (ref:  vpnexpress.net). You can't balme a company for theft when users leave their passwords out in the open. Online secuity awareness is what is lacking.


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