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Title: JP Morgan Found Guilty Of Money Laundering
Post by: bitcoinveda on November 20, 2017, 04:30:29 AM
CEO of JPMorgan, Jamie Dimon, has also been hard at work the last few months proclaiming bitcoin to be a fraud. Dimon did not limit himself to calling bitcoin a fraud either.

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak rebutted Dimonís comments by emphasizing bitcoinís legitimacy. He reminded both Dimon and listeners of bitcoinís qualities as a decentralized, transparent and peer-network operated, thus making it highly resistant to censorship.

Wozniak, apparently offended by Dimonís comments, went on to add that bitcoin was purely mathematical, as was he a mathematician. Dimonís accusations of bitcoin appeared to be largely self-serving, being made suspiciously soon after the colossal failure of JPMorganís blockchain technology, Quorum.

Other representatives of the bank claimed JPMorgan was open-minded as far as bitcoin was concerned. In an ongoing debate, there is talk of Dimon using the bank to trade bitcoin, and in doing so, circumventing anti-money laundering regulations enforced by Switzerland.

https://btcmanager.com/jp-morgan-found-guilty-money-laundering/


Title: Re: JP Morgan Found Guilty Of Money Laundering
Post by: Dude.Lebowski on November 20, 2017, 05:03:17 AM
CEO of JPMorgan, Jamie Dimon, has also been hard at work the last few months proclaiming bitcoin to be a fraud. Dimon did not limit himself to calling bitcoin a fraud either.

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak rebutted Dimonís comments by emphasizing bitcoinís legitimacy. He reminded both Dimon and listeners of bitcoinís qualities as a decentralized, transparent and peer-network operated, thus making it highly resistant to censorship.

Wozniak, apparently offended by Dimonís comments, went on to add that bitcoin was purely mathematical, as was he a mathematician. Dimonís accusations of bitcoin appeared to be largely self-serving, being made suspiciously soon after the colossal failure of JPMorganís blockchain technology, Quorum.

Other representatives of the bank claimed JPMorgan was open-minded as far as bitcoin was concerned. In an ongoing debate, there is talk of Dimon using the bank to trade bitcoin, and in doing so, circumventing anti-money laundering regulations enforced by Switzerland.

https://btcmanager.com/jp-morgan-found-guilty-money-laundering/

Just curious. Whoís going to jail?