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It's all very confusing. Three rows of seats, three ten-cent coins, or cooperative? I think we may never know for sure, but I think it seems that the fare theory makes a lot of sense. In one of the references used (a BBC dead link) there is a matatu-inspired band called Ma3 - clearly they have an idea of the meaning. I looked at the history of the edits (I had originally thought that "Will-Wamaru" was a leftover reference from the Share Taxi article) and I think that the earlier uncited version ("mapeni matatu") was more coherent than the last one. I don't know what's the right answer but I would love to find out. Cheers, Mr.choppers | ✎ 16:04, 13 June 2015 (UTC)
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Legality of Bitcoin by country
Hi there Fleetham, I did you the favor of reverting my edits entirely, since yours were even more wrong than the original, and since you guys don't seem to be able to leave the correct information that I added in place. I guess I won't bother editing the correct information in any more, since you folks who don't live here and don't know what's been going on are so adamantly opposed to the outdated (and in fact incorrect even when it was originally written, because the bloggers who wrote about the Robocoin ATM being blocked didn't bother to look into why it happened) and wildly wrong information being removed.
- I reverted your edit because you used sources that only report news about bitcoin ("cryptocoinsnews.com") and the website of a law firm. Neither are likely to pass WP:RELIABLE SOURCES. I was easily able to find sources that do conform to this rule and re-posted the info. you had initially included. I understand that it's frustrating to be unable to write whatever you want to on Wikipedia, but I do encourage you to read WP:RELIABLE SOURCES and look for high quality citations. Fleetham (talk) 22:04, 8 July 2015 (UTC)
A barnstar for you!
|The Barnstar of Diligence|
|Thanks for improving and maintaining legality of bitcoin working with Ladislav so it has become useful and reliable ! Wuerzele (talk) 17:46, 15 October 2015 (UTC)|
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