hahahaa. "We can randomly take 12.3% of your money, and there's nothing you can do about it. See how superior we are to conventional banking?"I take full responsibility for this and am committed to repaying the debt of BTC. The exchange funds are 12.3% short. Because there is not enough BTC to cover everyone's balances, all balances will temporarily be deducted by 12.3%. Please understand that this is an absolute necessity--if I did not make this adjustment, people would most likely withdraw all their BTC as soon as possible in order to make sure they weren't left in that remaining 12.3%. Aside from the obvious drawback of most of the BTC being taken out of the exchange, this would not be fair--some people would get all of their money right away, and a few would get none right away.
The irony being that's exactly how banks behave?
So question regarding awards. Years ago I got a Reserve Component Achievement Medal (Reserve Good Conduct Medal), but I never got the memorandum for it because the S1 said she needed to make copies and put it on iPerms. Stupid me never bothered to get back on her for it. WIth me reporting to ABOLC next week I'm trying to get all of my paperwork and citations together for all of my awards, but I don't have anything saying I'm authorized the ARCAM. In the meantime should I just bother taking the thing off until I get something that says I can wear it? So far I can't get a hold of the Reserve Unit.
In lighter news, finding an apartment was easy. Already booked a place that's pretty close to Fort Benning. Second best part is that a buddy from Air Assault school reports for Infantry School a day after I report so we decided to be roommates. $600 a month with all utilities minus electricity with a $1200 BAH is a hell of a deal.