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Definition of BitCoined Out

BitCoined Out


  • A Slang way of saying that you're fully invested in Bit Coin and Digital Currency: Compare to Cryptocurrency, Electronic Money ( eMoney ), or Digital Funds. Example: Bob said "I don't have any cash on me but I'm [BitCoined Out]".

    Last edited on Dec 01 2017. Submitted by Jaye-Supreme on Dec 01 2017.

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