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May 06, 2015, 03:10:52 PM
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Check out this cool interactive map covering Bitcoin legal status globally. I don't think I have seen something like this anywhere.

What the future holds for the world where utmost people’s and companies’ interests clash daily, the time will only show.

You’re welcome to a full and comprehensive guide to the legal status of Bitcoin throughout the world with a unique interactive
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May 06, 2015, 04:10:01 PM
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i don't see much of a difference between free to use and not regulated(in the first case it will be regulated too in the future i suppose...), also it surprise me that in the whole asia basically, bitcoin is restricted, i thought that only china has restricted it via exchange

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May 06, 2015, 04:15:32 PM
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I thought the list of "banned" countries was much shorter, so I seem to be behind on the news:
Has 2015 really been that big of a year for Gov't attempts to halt BTC?

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May 06, 2015, 04:17:40 PM
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Nice map even though the site wants to load JS from a dozent (or more) domains. For those who care: enable cointelegraph.com and parse.com to get the color working.

i don't see much of a difference between free to use and not regulated(in the first case it will be regulated too in the future i suppose...), also it surprise me that in the whole asia basically, bitcoin is restricted, i thought that only china has restricted it via exchange

See Canada, free to use might include some rules. My understanding of "Unregulated" is that there is no official statement in any direction.

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May 06, 2015, 04:22:09 PM
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I'm presuming the arctic and antarctic are unregulated.
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May 06, 2015, 04:27:24 PM
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 Bitcoin is freedom and you cant stop it. People always want freedom. Even if Goverments restrict bitcoin they never stop or prevent using bitcoin. We think China Gov. restrict the bitcoin but they have biggest bitcoin economy in the world Smiley

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May 06, 2015, 08:01:49 PM
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I don't think that it can make any difference using bitcoin across the globe. Bitcoin is decentralised and even Government don't have any command on the usage of bitcoin. Bitcoin was accepted and will be accepted across the globe as the identity of person is not disclosed.
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May 06, 2015, 09:08:11 PM
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Who cares if its legal or illegal?? Whose gonna keep watch on it?? Everyday large number of bitcoins are bought and sold who is gonna keep watch on it?? People are using and will continue to use it even the Government oppose it. So discussion on this topic is useless.

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May 07, 2015, 08:43:16 PM
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It depends on a person how he views the bitcoin?? If its profitable for himself he will definitely support it any say yes its legal but if he doesn't acquire the knowledge of bitcoin then he would say thats its illegal and bitcoin doesn't need any views from anyone.
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May 07, 2015, 09:07:52 PM
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ofcourse it is legal but some of the country's still don't know about it or still thinks its danger well tjey are even right for some points too it can be dangerous if we don't use it well..peoples are the only one who are making it legal and govenments are the one who are making it illigal because it can put a full stop on their curruption
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May 07, 2015, 09:31:09 PM
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Its legal but basically the problem that bitcoin is facing is that many of the countries are not used to it and the reason is the corrupted Government of the country who is not allowing it to be legal and generally people who are not used to it are scared of scams and dont show their willingess to accept it.
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May 07, 2015, 10:58:44 PM
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It's atleast legal for the people who are involved in money laundering..its an  blessing for them and ofcourse it should be legal why so much issue with a bitcoin? Just imagine the situation that you are on world tour with no cash in your wallet only bitcoin as a mode of payment..Sounds great.
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May 08, 2015, 09:45:47 AM
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Yeah it's definitely legal. It will get more attention when the developing countries will start adopting it and I thinnk it has a great future ahead for the bitcoin community. Once the people start gaining the knowledge of bitcoin it would definitely grow more.
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May 08, 2015, 09:51:16 AM
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To the best of our knowledge, Bitcoin has not been made illegal by legislation in most jurisdictions. However, some jurisdictions (such as Argentina and Russia) severely restrict or ban foreign currencies.
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May 08, 2015, 12:08:00 PM
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To the best of our knowledge, Bitcoin has not been made illegal by legislation in most jurisdictions. However, some jurisdictions (such as Argentina and Russia) severely restrict or ban foreign currencies.

ya thats true Argentina, Russia have restricted use of bitcoins in their respective countries but others countries are open to it. I mean they haven't declared that bitcoin is illegal and i think no one has control over the bitcoin so it's difficult to keep the track record of bitcoins.
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May 08, 2015, 12:25:06 PM
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Its legal but basically the problem that bitcoin is facing is that many of the countries are not used to it and the reason is the corrupted Government of the country who is not allowing it to be legal and generally people who are not used to it are scared of scams and dont show their willingess to accept it.

then you can change country to do your business, the cool thing about bitcoin is that not every government is banning or regulating it, there would always be some zone with freedom

and i think that people want to use it but they are intimidating by their asshole governments and banks
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May 08, 2015, 09:15:23 PM
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ofcourse it is legal but some of the country's still don't know about it or still thinks its danger well tjey are even right for some points too it can be dangerous if we don't use it well..peoples are the only one who are making it legal and govenments are the one who are making it illigal because it can put a full stop on their curruption

That's Perfect. Even i think its legal but as many countries are not aware about the bitcoins they hesitate in using it even the merchants are not aware once the adoption and awareness level go high the use of bitcoin would increase but the Government is creating a barrier.
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May 08, 2015, 09:28:53 PM
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Check out this cool interactive map covering Bitcoin legal status globally. I don't think I have seen something like this anywhere.

What the future holds for the world where utmost people’s and companies’ interests clash daily, the time will only show.

You’re welcome to a full and comprehensive guide to the legal status of Bitcoin throughout the world with a unique interactive
map providing access to a visual history of cryptocurrency regulation.


Very interesting map you have there.

I think as BTC continues to get exposure via media outlets and other sources we will see more use.
Sadly alot of negative press surrounds BTC and I think this may limit the adoption rate for a while.
With guys like Karpeles running around it makes the ecosystem quite dangerous for newcomers and veterans alike.
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May 08, 2015, 09:41:00 PM
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We can see a trend here. Weak economies tends to ban bitcoin. They see Bitcoin is a threat to their weak currencies, they have to ban it.
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May 09, 2015, 02:53:46 PM
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IMO , definition about bitcoin forbidden : Bitcoin because it is forbidden but goverment still not make any policy or regulation in order to enforce the bitcoin using. So people still can use bitcoin for their own responsibilty.

About restricted use of bitcoin, Goverment has made a policy about using bitcoin. For someone break the law, they will get jail.
Am I explained it right ?


For my answer for OP question,
I think bitcoin is legal but depend on state do you live..

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May 10, 2015, 04:16:35 PM
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We can see a trend here. Weak economies tends to ban bitcoin. They see Bitcoin is a threat to their weak currencies, they have to ban it.
But here's the catch: Overtime ALL economies will be weak due the fiat scam that it's prone to explode sooner or later, so at some point in history everyone will see Bitcoin as a treat.
What could happen on a global Bitcoin ban? Would people be brave or panic out and abandon it?
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What could happen on a global Bitcoin ban? Would people be brave or panic out and abandon it?

well, also is abandoned share some movies, music and games over torrent..now check, how many people seeding:) I'm more scared of some alternative similar to bitcoin driven by government or some kind of central bank then bitcoin ban..
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What could happen on a global Bitcoin ban? Would people be brave or panic out and abandon it?

well, also is abandoned share some movies, music and games over torrent..now check, how many people seeding:) I'm more scared of some alternative similar to bitcoin driven by government or some kind of central bank then bitcoin ban..

It's for sure that the gov will come up with their own "Bitcoin", but hopefully all that does is putting Bitcoin in the spotlight and people don't buy into the officialist state bullshit.
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We can see a trend here. Weak economies tends to ban bitcoin. They see Bitcoin is a threat to their weak currencies, they have to ban it.
Rather than the threat, the laws in those countries aren't clearly defined regarding bitcoin . Banks and Governments can't pass rules or laws overnight, so most of the banks avoid it. There are always exceptions though. Just because there isn't a clear law defined for digital currencies being used , the image of bitcoin being all gambling and drug related make it worse in those countries.
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May 14, 2015, 05:16:15 PM
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I think its legal mainly depends on how people take it either positive or negative. The people who are against bitcoin will definitely say that its not legal especially the banking systems who views bitcoin as a threat to the fiat currency and the investors of bitcoin would rather say its legal.

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May 14, 2015, 05:51:38 PM
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What could happen on a global Bitcoin ban? Would people be brave or panic out and abandon it?

well, also is abandoned share some movies, music and games over torrent..now check, how many people seeding:) I'm more scared of some alternative similar to bitcoin driven by government or some kind of central bank then bitcoin ban..

It's for sure that the gov will come up with their own "Bitcoin", but hopefully all that does is putting Bitcoin in the spotlight and people don't buy into the officialist state bullshit.

no they will not, it doesn't make sense to have a second centralized bitcoin aka dollar 2.0, they will stay with their dollar and keep printing it like no tomorrow

the same with the blockchain, the strength of bitcoin and the blockchain is everything the government hate
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I think its legal mainly depends on how people take it either positive or negative. The people who are against bitcoin will definitely say that its not legal especially the banking systems who views bitcoin as a threat to the fiat currency and the investors of bitcoin would rather say its legal.

yeah Government will play the major role in the future of bitcoins as a virtual currency if they think of the betterment of the society and country they would start accepting the bitcoin as a currency but if they are interested in their personal wealth then it will be difficult for bitcoin to survive.

 

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I think its legal mainly depends on how people take it either positive or negative. The people who are against bitcoin will definitely say that its not legal especially the banking systems who views bitcoin as a threat to the fiat currency and the investors of bitcoin would rather say its legal.

yeah Government will play the major role in the future of bitcoins as a virtual currency if they think of the betterment of the society and country they would start accepting the bitcoin as a currency but if they are interested in their personal wealth then it will be difficult for bitcoin to survive.

Ofcourse its an legal for those who are involved in it positively or else its illegal for government and all those who are involved in money laundering but after all this is blessing for them but the government and media are taking it to the next level so they depends totally on an individual.
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I Don't think its legal. It can be only legal if Government accepts and confirms that it can be the currency apart from the fiat. Till Government doesnt permit it I guess its illegal as Govt and Law are the highest Authority of any country so without their confirmation its not legal.
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I Don't think its legal. It can be only legal if Government accepts and confirms that it can be the currency apart from the fiat. Till Government doesnt permit it I guess its illegal as Govt and Law are the highest Authority of any country so without their confirmation its not legal.

No I think its legal. It is decentralised and nobody has control over it and unless if you are not involved in criminial activities or money laundering I think its legal. And talking about government I believe it will take long time that government starts supporting bitcoin.
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I Don't think its legal. It can be only legal if Government accepts and confirms that it can be the currency apart from the fiat. Till Government doesnt permit it I guess its illegal as Govt and Law are the highest Authority of any country so without their confirmation its not legal.

No I think its legal. It is decentralised and nobody has control over it and unless if you are not involved in criminial activities or money laundering I think its legal. And talking about government I believe it will take long time that government starts supporting bitcoin.

Yeah it is legal. And if you talk about government I don't believe that they will show any interest in bitcoin as they know it can replace the fiat currency in future and their will be full stop to their corruption activities as banks are regulated by govt so they will support banks.
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May 15, 2015, 08:50:07 PM
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We can see a trend here. Weak economies tends to ban bitcoin. They see Bitcoin is a threat to their weak currencies, they have to ban it.
Rather than the threat, the laws in those countries aren't clearly defined regarding bitcoin . Banks and Governments can't pass rules or laws overnight, so most of the banks avoid it. There are always exceptions though. Just because there isn't a clear law defined for digital currencies being used , the image of bitcoin being all gambling and drug related make it worse in those countries.

Ya i think it will take sometime for government and banks to start adopting the bitcoin as a currency and when it comes to government everyone is aware that their process is very slow in implementing it and bitcoin is not getting the support from the government as it deserves.
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May 16, 2015, 05:02:23 PM
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I see a mistake here, Bitcoin is not forbidden in Indonesia (that island above Australia)
In Indonesia, Bitcoin is free to use. But the government doesn't assume that Bitcoin is a currency, but the government not prohibits the people to use Bitcoin. The people is allowed to use Bitcoin, but with their own risk.

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I see a mistake here, Bitcoin is not forbidden in Indonesia (that island above Australia)
In Indonesia, Bitcoin is free to use. But the government doesn't assume that Bitcoin is a currency, but the government not prohibits the people to use Bitcoin. The people is allowed to use Bitcoin, but with their own risk.

Yes but the fact is Government should start supporting the bitcoin. Why risk should be involved in bitcoins if there is full support from Government. If people knows that Government is in the support of bitcoins it will make people to use it freely without any hesitation.

 

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May 19, 2015, 06:21:24 AM
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We can see a trend here. Weak economies tends to ban bitcoin. They see Bitcoin is a threat to their weak currencies, they have to ban it.
Rather than the threat, the laws in those countries aren't clearly defined regarding bitcoin . Banks and Governments can't pass rules or laws overnight, so most of the banks avoid it. There are always exceptions though. Just because there isn't a clear law defined for digital currencies being used , the image of bitcoin being all gambling and drug related make it worse in those countries.

Bitcoin is of interest to law enforcement agencies, tax authorities, and legal regulators, all of which are trying to understand how the cryptocurrency fits into existing frameworks. The legality of your bitcoin activities will depend on who you are, where you live, and what you are doing with it.

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Too bad for me I'm color blind. But yeah, the bitcoin legality will be an issue in some other countries sometime soon. Why? Because of its potentials of terrorist using it to fund their agenda.

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May 20, 2015, 06:12:41 PM
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The legal status of bitcoin varies substantially from country to country and is still undefined or changing in many of them.

While some countries have explicitly allowed its use and trade, others have banned or severely restricted it.

That does not mean that people can not use it. Many drugs are illegal and that increases its value and even its use ...

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I don't know if I agree with all the green shaded areas like the US where bitcoin is 'taxed'.  In my opinion, taxes impose a restricted use but then again I guess taxes are pretty hard to avoid. 

Still though, the whole thing about bitcoin was that it was going to be anonymous but that has died out as a reality even though there are forks of this or that.  Bitcoin is just like any other currency as far as this thread is concerned.  You can't use all currencies everywhere.  But bitcoin has more features than any other currency.

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Too bad for me I'm color blind. But yeah, the bitcoin legality will be an issue in some other countries sometime soon. Why? Because of its potentials of terrorist using it to fund their agenda.

terrorist will always find a way to use it, they can just move or do their traffic in a neutral territory that does not care about bitcoin, or where bitcoin is totally free to use, there are still more based on that map
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Hey! If I am not wrong, Thailand allows people to own Bitcoin since last year. Just that they can only be traded for Thai currency. So, it should fall into the "Restricted use of Bitcoin" category.

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Who cares if its legal or illegal?? Whose gonna keep watch on it?? Everyday large number of bitcoins are bought and sold who is gonna keep watch on it?? People are using and will continue to use it even the Government oppose it. So discussion on this topic is useless.

It is less difficult to watch than you imagine.

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Lol my country looks green but im pretty sure government doesnt know what btc is. If they knew it would be dark red:)
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They can't rely on government even if they won't.. Every day many people earn through bitcoins and this cannot be stopped so there is no doubt of legal or illegal

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They can't rely on government even if they won't.. Every day many people earn through bitcoins and this cannot be stopped so there is no doubt of legal or illegal

Yeah thats true...it depends on the person how he look at it..if you view it positively it is legal and if you view it negatively it is illegal..depends on where you are using it..and as it is decentralised no one has control over it so it is useless to think whether it is legal or illegal.
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They can't rely on government even if they won't.. Every day many people earn through bitcoins and this cannot be stopped so there is no doubt of legal or illegal

Bitcoin is able to skirt much of the federal law concerning currencies because of its digital nature. Although, case law on securities may be able to define a bitcoin as a "security" subjecting bitcoins to sweeping regulation and other anti-fraud provisions. There are also other legal issues which may arise over time, including tax evasion and money laundering.
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We can see a trend here. Weak economies tends to ban bitcoin. They see Bitcoin is a threat to their weak currencies, they have to ban it.
Rather than the threat, the laws in those countries aren't clearly defined regarding bitcoin . Banks and Governments can't pass rules or laws overnight, so most of the banks avoid it. There are always exceptions though. Just because there isn't a clear law defined for digital currencies being used , the image of bitcoin being all gambling and drug related make it worse in those countries.

Bank & Governments views it as an threat so it is really difficult for the people of that country to really rely on the government that they will accept bitcoin as a national currency and it doesn't make any difference whether government supports it or not as it is decentralised people who are familiar to bitcoin they will definetely use it as a mode of payment.
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We can see a trend here. Weak economies tends to ban bitcoin. They see Bitcoin is a threat to their weak currencies, they have to ban it.
Rather than the threat, the laws in those countries aren't clearly defined regarding bitcoin . Banks and Governments can't pass rules or laws overnight, so most of the banks avoid it. There are always exceptions though. Just because there isn't a clear law defined for digital currencies being used , the image of bitcoin being all gambling and drug related make it worse in those countries.

Bank & Governments views it as an threat so it is really difficult for the people of that country to really rely on the government that they will accept bitcoin as a national currency and it doesn't make any difference whether government supports it or not as it is decentralised people who are familiar to bitcoin they will definetely use it as a mode of payment.

what bank and gov think, really does not matter, bitcoin could be used comfortably at home by anyone even if in that country the cryptoicurrency is banned, and you can already buy with it everything, by using service that pay for you in bitcoin, like purse and all4btc, the only problem is taxes, so when you declare they may know that you used bitcoin to buy all your stuff
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lol my state red? but it is in my country's government does not want to legalize bitcoin but the actual bitcoin users in my country very much.

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June 04, 2015, 05:29:22 PM
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lol my state red? but it is in my country's government does not want to legalize bitcoin but the actual bitcoin users in my country very much.

yes in my country the same thing people are using bitcoin but they are not getting support from government and that is the reason why bitcoin is not in demand. And one more reason is that people are not willing to accept bitcoin as a virtual currency as they have more faith in fiat currency.
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Lol my country looks green but im pretty sure government doesnt know what btc is. If they knew it would be dark red:)

Yes if the government doesnt know what bitcoin is how can you expect that the people would be aware of it.. no doubt people are much more educated and advanced as compared to government in my country but still nobody have shown their willingness to know what bitcoin is all about.

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Hey! If I am not wrong, Thailand allows people to own Bitcoin since last year. Just that they can only be traded for Thai currency. So, it should fall into the "Restricted use of Bitcoin" category.

Thailand is the country that I would really love to visit as it is well know for the thai massage so it would be great if the beautiful girls from thailand accepts the payment for massage in the form of bitcoin as I can visit such places cashless and make payment through bitcoins.

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Lol my country looks green but im pretty sure government doesnt know what btc is. If they knew it would be dark red:)

Yes if the government doesnt know what bitcoin is how can you expect that the people would be aware of it.. no doubt people are much more educated and advanced as compared to government in my country but still nobody have shown their willingness to know what bitcoin is all about.

i believe that the government should take a step ahead to create an awareness in the people regarding the bitcoin but it is like day dreaming. cant afford to trust the government when it comes to the usage of bitcoin in the country as it is threat to fiat they will never support bitcoin.
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Bitcoin is an legal but some countries avoid bitcoin and because the big reason is that they can not be calculated their people tex so that why thy banned BTC. 
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I can't really ever seeing a country fully 'banning' bitcoin, it is a virtual currency so the same way some countries have banned certain torrent sites and people find a way around it via proxy servers and the like, I can't really see how it can be enforced.
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Bitcoin getting banned in a country is more like them not understanding it and they just decide on banning or thinking of all the negative stuff that has happened with it to ban. Even with it banned no doubt will not stop people from using it and still sending and buying stuff just not allowed. Maybe in the future when their governments and people understand it more they will look into it again seeing that it is doing more good than bad and seeing how it can improve things they will remove the restrictions in place for shops and places to allow use of it in their country.

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Lol my country looks green but im pretty sure government doesnt know what btc is. If they knew it would be dark red:)

Yes if the government doesnt know what bitcoin is how can you expect that the people would be aware of it.. no doubt people are much more educated and advanced as compared to government in my country but still nobody have shown their willingness to know what bitcoin is all about.

i believe that the government should take a step ahead to create an awareness in the people regarding the bitcoin but it is like day dreaming. cant afford to trust the government when it comes to the usage of bitcoin in the country as it is threat to fiat they will never support bitcoin.

I'm possibly less a fan of governments 'educating' people on Bitcoin than most.  I prefer they concern themselves with 'important matters of state' or whatever else they waste the continuous flow of money and life that they suck out of their populations.

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Lol my country looks green but im pretty sure government doesnt know what btc is. If they knew it would be dark red:)

Yes if the government doesnt know what bitcoin is how can you expect that the people would be aware of it.. no doubt people are much more educated and advanced as compared to government in my country but still nobody have shown their willingness to know what bitcoin is all about.

i believe that the government should take a step ahead to create an awareness in the people regarding the bitcoin but it is like day dreaming. cant afford to trust the government when it comes to the usage of bitcoin in the country as it is threat to fiat they will never support bitcoin.

I'm possibly less a fan of governments 'educating' people on Bitcoin than most.  I prefer they concern themselves with 'important matters of state' or whatever else they waste the continuous flow of money and life that they suck out of their populations.

Yes surely you cannot expect the governments of the country would come forward in the support of bitcoin. As they view it as a threat there are very least chances that government will accept bitcoin as a currency and i don't think that bitcoin can be banned completely.

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June 09, 2015, 10:10:44 PM
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They can't rely on government even if they won't.. Every day many people earn through bitcoins and this cannot be stopped so there is no doubt of legal or illegal

Yes the Government can't do much in it  as it decentralised so neither the Government has a control over it and people are using bitcoin and the size of community is increasing day by day and it is great sign for the users of the bitcoin as the adoption will be more the prices will also go high.
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Lol my country looks green but im pretty sure government doesnt know what btc is. If they knew it would be dark red:)

Government is more smarter then what we think. They are very much aware about the fact that bitcoin is the future currency but they are not showing any interest at present because they want that bitcoin should grow more and then they can collect taxes from the bitcoin companies in the form of fiat.

 

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Legality is always associated with a valid personal data,because legality is LAW.



ID bitcoin maybe can be alternatif to make bitcoin legal,users must give their valid personal data to get ID bitcoin.
and ID bitcoin can used like ID Card/ATM Card,.... what do you think..??

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I can't understand why are they banning it ?  Huh

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Legality is always associated with a valid personal data,because legality is LAW.



ID bitcoin maybe can be alternatif to make bitcoin legal,users must give their valid personal data to get ID bitcoin.
and ID bitcoin can used like ID Card/ATM Card,.... what do you think..??


But in this way Bitcoin will lose it's main feature which is "privacy" and "decentralization" as getting an ID is just like normal paypal and stuff so I strongly say NO
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What's the reason that most countries are against it?   How actively is the laws forbidding bitcoin enforced?

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But in this way Bitcoin will lose it's main feature which is "privacy" and "decentralization" as getting an ID is just like normal paypal and stuff so I strongly say NO


ID bitcoin for identity bitcoin wallet address, and bitcoin can kept "decentralization".

An identity document (also called a piece of identification or ID) is any legal document which may be used to verify aspects of a personal identity (ID is basic LAW to all countries)..so I think that's can help Bitcoin accepted to all countries without resistance...??, this can be great technology if ID bitcoin can compliment with the #blockchain BITCOIN

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that better than use cash we must pay Tax forsome transaction
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What's the reason that most countries are against it?   How actively is the laws forbidding bitcoin enforced?


one reason could be, because they cannot control it or because they can't retrieve taxes from it, they know that it is an hard work to go through all the addresses to track someone, they other reasons concerning child porn and criminal activity are a bit hypocritical, when their cash can be used for the same things, and even in a worse way



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June 11, 2015, 03:23:14 PM
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Legality is always associated with a valid personal data,because legality is LAW.



ID bitcoin maybe can be alternatif to make bitcoin legal,users must give their valid personal data to get ID bitcoin.
and ID bitcoin can used like ID Card/ATM Card,.... what do you think..??


But in this way Bitcoin will lose it's main feature which is "privacy" and "decentralization" as getting an ID is just like normal paypal and stuff so I strongly say NO

Yes if bitcoin has Id then it would definitely loose its shine and attractiveness. So I don't think its an good idea to have a ID as there won't be any difference in other mode of payments and bitcoins and people prefer bitcoins mainly because of the privacy clause attached to it.
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Yes if bitcoin has Id then it would definitely loose its shine and attractiveness. So I don't think its an good idea to have a ID as there won't be any difference in other mode of payments and bitcoins and people prefer bitcoins mainly because of the privacy clause attached to it.


I think ID bitcoin as a simple alternatif to make Bitcoin become a legal payment,we only need Identity of bitcoin wallet address.
What are the benefits of ID Bitcoin??simplify to remember bitcoin wallet address and don't change "decentralization of bitcoin" (it's different with paypal,payza...or other's). BITCOIN is BITCOIN...BITCOIN is'nt PAYPAL!!!

We must remember if bitcoin trade with many legal currency,....so we must think about this???what future of bitcoin if bitcoin don't have legality??bitcoin will have more and more resistance..and that's to bad for Bitcoin  Sad

I predict..if bitcoin become a legal payment,price of bitcoin will increase, and our dream about 1 BTC = $10.000 will come true !!!
Anyone can explain this : (bitcoin price) from $0 to---->> $1 and then to --->> $1300 and now --->> $223..??
Legality is urgent for Bitcoin.

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OK.Listen up ; This idea is good,card looks good and the name with id is very good, Third party can use this as a big business with bitcoin.
btw, legality of bitcoin is a necessary condition for bitcoin. Bitcoin must legal,because bitcoin is good alt payment.
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Bitcoin is not a legalized currency today but it's not illegal too. It's a currency that is not regulated and hence it can be misused for money laundering and illegal purposes which is the main reason it won't get legalized anytime soon. (I suppose) One needs to have a license while trading in bitcoins but I doubt anyone does have a license except those who run exchanges.

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What's the reason that most countries are against it?   How actively is the laws forbidding bitcoin enforced?


one reason could be, because they cannot control it or because they can't retrieve taxes from it, they know that it is an hard work to go through all the addresses to track someone, they other reasons concerning child porn and criminal activity are a bit hypocritical, when their cash can be used for the same things, and even in a worse way

The countries are against it because it is decentralised and they don't have control over it and this I am talking about the governments of different countries who are aware that value of bitcoin will go higher in the coming years so they are waiting for the right time so that they can impose taxes on the companies who are using bitcoins.
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What's the reason that most countries are against it?   How actively is the laws forbidding bitcoin enforced?


one reason could be, because they cannot control it or because they can't retrieve taxes from it, they know that it is an hard work to go through all the addresses to track someone, they other reasons concerning child porn and criminal activity are a bit hypocritical, when their cash can be used for the same things, and even in a worse way

The countries are against it because it is decentralised and they don't have control over it and this I am talking about the governments of different countries who are aware that value of bitcoin will go higher in the coming years so they are waiting for the right time so that they can impose taxes on the companies who are using bitcoins.

You cannot afford to trust the government as they are very much involved in their Bread N n Butter and what they want is only the benefits for themselves they will never care about society who are paying taxes out of their hard earned money and government is doing nothing for them.
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in some countries it is legal, but till now i havent seen any country flagging bitcoin as illegal.
government can only make it hard to use bitcoins but can stop us to use bitcoins.
so if they even make it illegal there is nothing they can do to stop a bitcoin transaction !!
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Legality is always associated with a valid personal data,because legality is LAW.


ID bitcoin maybe can be alternatif to make bitcoin legal,users must give their valid personal data to get ID bitcoin.
and ID bitcoin can used like ID Card/ATM Card,.... what do you think..??


Eventhough it cointains personal information, if goverment never make any policy against bitcoin then it's legal ,vice versa

in some countries it is legal, but till now i havent seen any country flagging bitcoin as illegal.
government can only make it hard to use bitcoins but can stop us to use bitcoins.
so if they even make it illegal there is nothing they can do to stop a bitcoin transaction !!
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It means bitcoin user will take a risk for his/her bitcoin because goverment can't help for bitcoin stuff

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Legality is always associated with a valid personal data,because legality is LAW.


ID bitcoin maybe can be alternatif to make bitcoin legal,users must give their valid personal data to get ID bitcoin.
and ID bitcoin can used like ID Card/ATM Card,.... what do you think..??


Eventhough it cointains personal information, if goverment never make any policy against bitcoin then it's legal ,vice versa

in some countries it is legal, but till now i havent seen any country flagging bitcoin as illegal.
government can only make it hard to use bitcoins but can stop us to use bitcoins.
so if they even make it illegal there is nothing they can do to stop a bitcoin transaction !!
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It means bitcoin user will take a risk for his/her bitcoin because goverment can't help for bitcoin stuff

Lol History says itself the ordinary guy has to take a risk in any way as he knows he will never get a support from the government or the society as he is just an ordinary person but and as a ordinary person we are forced to take a risk as we are aware that no government will support us and the government will always think that bitcoin is illegal as they are not earning at all out of it once they see their profits out of it they will start supporting the bitcoins  Grin Cheesy Wink
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Legality is always associated with a valid personal data,because legality is LAW.



ID bitcoin maybe can be alternatif to make bitcoin legal,users must give their valid personal data to get ID bitcoin.
and ID bitcoin can used like ID Card/ATM Card,.... what do you think..??


But in this way Bitcoin will lose it's main feature which is "privacy" and "decentralization" as getting an ID is just like normal paypal and stuff so I strongly say NO

Yes if bitcoin has Id then it would definitely loose its shine and attractiveness. So I don't think its an good idea to have a ID as there won't be any difference in other mode of payments and bitcoins and people prefer bitcoins mainly because of the privacy clause attached to it.

If it has ID no one will use bitcoin. People are using it and finding it attractive as it is decentralised and that is the USP of bitcoin and if once it is lost then bitcoin would be just on paper. So it is better to use it as we are using it right now and we don't need any ID for bitcoin or else it will loose its shine.
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Legality is always associated with a valid personal data,because legality is LAW.



ID bitcoin maybe can be alternatif to make bitcoin legal,users must give their valid personal data to get ID bitcoin.
and ID bitcoin can used like ID Card/ATM Card,.... what do you think..??


But in this way Bitcoin will lose it's main feature which is "privacy" and "decentralization" as getting an ID is just like normal paypal and stuff so I strongly say NO

Yes if bitcoin has Id then it would definitely loose its shine and attractiveness. So I don't think its an good idea to have a ID as there won't be any difference in other mode of payments and bitcoins and people prefer bitcoins mainly because of the privacy clause attached to it.

If it has ID no one will use bitcoin. People are using it and finding it attractive as it is decentralised and that is the USP of bitcoin and if once it is lost then bitcoin would be just on paper. So it is better to use it as we are using it right now and we don't need any ID for bitcoin or else it will loose its shine.

Yeah having an ID is not a great idea. People generally prefer bitcoin for the "Privacy" that it is offering to the people and if the Privacy clause is removed from the bitcoin nobody will use and it would simply disappear from the market and could be easily replaced by some new currency.

 

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Yeah having an ID is not a great idea. People generally prefer bitcoin for the "Privacy" that it is offering to the people and if the Privacy clause is removed from the bitcoin nobody will use and it would simply disappear from the market and could be easily replaced by some new currency.


"Privacy" and "Anonymous" does not mean ilegal.
Bitcoin have good value business now,if we don't take anything to get support for legality..there is no future for bitcoin.

We must read about the big warning for bitcoin : "used for money laundering and cyber crime",this is the big problem man??
so Why bitcoin community don't accept for legality??We are angry about scam coin..but we still hope bitcoin is future of money??this is ridiculous..??What the game we play here??

so;I think if we can adopt ID for bitcoin,we can have future for bitcoin and bitcoin will have support to all countries as a money without any resistance.Future of P2P payment and this only for BITCOIN...and people's will use Bitcoin now and later.


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Yeah having an ID is not a great idea. People generally prefer bitcoin for the "Privacy" that it is offering to the people and if the Privacy clause is removed from the bitcoin nobody will use and it would simply disappear from the market and could be easily replaced by some new currency.


"Privacy" and "Anonymous" does not mean ilegal.
Bitcoin have good value business now,if we don't take anything to get support for legality..there is no future for bitcoin.

We must read about the big warning for bitcoin : "used for money laundering and cyber crime",this is the big problem man??
so Why bitcoin community don't accept for legality??We are angry about scam coin..but we still hope bitcoin is future of money??this is ridiculous..??What the game we play here??

so;I think if we can adopt ID for bitcoin,we can have future for bitcoin and bitcoin will have support to all countries as a money without any resistance.Future of P2P payment and this only for BITCOIN...and people's will use Bitcoin now and later.


Hmm +1 i want kept to say ---this is a nice idea---,but maybe only for id wallet address.Yeahh,you're right,very scary if bitcoin used for money laundering and cyber crime,+1
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Yeah having an ID is not a great idea. People generally prefer bitcoin for the "Privacy" that it is offering to the people and if the Privacy clause is removed from the bitcoin nobody will use and it would simply disappear from the market and could be easily replaced by some new currency.


"Privacy" and "Anonymous" does not mean ilegal.
Bitcoin have good value business now,if we don't take anything to get support for legality..there is no future for bitcoin.

We must read about the big warning for bitcoin : "used for money laundering and cyber crime",this is the big problem man??
so Why bitcoin community don't accept for legality??We are angry about scam coin..but we still hope bitcoin is future of money??this is ridiculous..??What the game we play here??

so;I think if we can adopt ID for bitcoin,we can have future for bitcoin and bitcoin will have support to all countries as a money without any resistance.Future of P2P payment and this only for BITCOIN...and people's will use Bitcoin now and later.



Yes it is a big problem but we cannot help it as bitcoin is decentralised so how can one have control over it and how one can know where the person is using bitcoin. Every coin has two sides and same is with bitcoin someone will use it for good purpose and someone will not.
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Yes it is a big problem but we cannot help it as bitcoin is decentralised so how can one have control over it and how one can know where the person is using bitcoin. Every coin has two sides and same is with bitcoin someone will use it for good purpose and someone will not.
Decentralization bitcoin is controlled by bitcoin community,and ID bitcoin will not disturb the decentralization of bitcoin. ID bitcoin only for simplify bitcoin wallet address and give trust Identity bitcoin wallet address. If bitcoin can give trust,anyone can feel safe making transactions with bitcoin,and the end,....all countries will not reject bitcoin as a payment system. This is FUTURE of Bitcoin..for now and later!!!!

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Yes it is a big problem but we cannot help it as bitcoin is decentralised so how can one have control over it and how one can know where the person is using bitcoin. Every coin has two sides and same is with bitcoin someone will use it for good purpose and someone will not.
Decentralization bitcoin is controlled by bitcoin community,and ID bitcoin will not disturb the decentralization of bitcoin. ID bitcoin only for simplify bitcoin wallet address and give trust Identity bitcoin wallet address. If bitcoin can give trust,anyone can feel safe making transactions with bitcoin,and the end,....all countries will not reject bitcoin as a payment system. This is FUTURE of Bitcoin..for now and later!!!!

This is true, this will enable more users to safely use bitcoin, will control the money laundering and all the bad things associated with it and may also help in stopping the run away scams done by companies for now they think no one will be able to track them down but if this were to happen people/businesses will not be able to fraud so easily. It might also stop theft.

 

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Government agencies are increasingly worried about the implications of bitcoin, as it has the ability to be used anonymously, and is therefore a potential instrument for money laundering. In particular, law enforcers seem to be concerned about the decentralized nature of the currency.

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Map is pretty much out-of-date.

Cointelegraph articles etc. have generally gone down in quality recently.

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Yes it is a big problem but we cannot help it as bitcoin is decentralised so how can one have control over it and how one can know where the person is using bitcoin. Every coin has two sides and same is with bitcoin someone will use it for good purpose and someone will not.
Decentralization bitcoin is controlled by bitcoin community,and ID bitcoin will not disturb the decentralization of bitcoin. ID bitcoin only for simplify bitcoin wallet address and give trust Identity bitcoin wallet address. If bitcoin can give trust,anyone can feel safe making transactions with bitcoin,and the end,....all countries will not reject bitcoin as a payment system. This is FUTURE of Bitcoin..for now and later!!!!

Yeah now I got it. More trust.. More adoption and It would be in the benefit of the bitcoin community. It is a good concept to have but for that we need a support from the Government and the Banking System then only it would be possible.
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Bitcoin is freedom and you cant stop it. People always want freedom. Even if Governments restrict bitcoin they never stop or prevent using Bitcoin. We think China Gov. restrict the bitcoin but they have biggest bitcoin economy in the world.

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Government agencies are increasingly worried about the implications of bitcoin, as it has the ability to be used anonymously, and is therefore a potential instrument for money laundering. In particular, law enforcers seem to be concerned about the decentralized nature of the currency.

The ability for bitcoin to be used anonymously, is quite a bit lower than the ability for cash to be used anonymously.  There is a permanent public record of every transaction.

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Government agencies are increasingly worried about the implications of bitcoin, as it has the ability to be used anonymously, and is therefore a potential instrument for money laundering. In particular, law enforcers seem to be concerned about the decentralized nature of the currency.

The ability for bitcoin to be used anonymously, is quite a bit lower than the ability for cash to be used anonymously.  There is a permanent public record of every transaction.

last time i've checked the transaction, does not say at who those money belong, and this without even using mixer/proxy node and all those stuff, to strengthen your anonimity
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Bitcoin is freedom and you cant stop it. People always want freedom. Even if Governments restrict bitcoin they never stop or prevent using Bitcoin. We think China Gov. restrict the bitcoin but they have biggest bitcoin economy in the world.
Freedom does not mean you can do anything without law,bitcoin is good for future money,but we must realistic,you and me change bitcoin with $USD,and $USD is USA money that has legality,and bitcoin community must play this with the rules.
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It's always nice to know that I'am on the Unregulated Bitcoin area  Undecided Stupid country
I didn't know that Russia Restricted Bitcoin , that's kinda shitty . Also I'am bad at geography but isn't that orange map under Russia for China ?
China have shitload of Mining farms & Exchange how it's Restricted there ? I'am the only one who find this dosen't make sense

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It's always nice to know that on the Unregulated Bitcoin area  Undecided Stupid country
I didn't know that Russia Restricted Bitcoin , that's kinda shitty . Also I'am bad at geography but isn't that orange map under Russia for China ?
China have shitload of Mining farms & Exchange how it's Restricted there ? I'am the only one who find this dosen't make sense
No stupid country in the world,they only wait bitcoin give trust as a payment system.
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It's always nice to know that on the Unregulated Bitcoin area  Undecided Stupid country
I didn't know that Russia Restricted Bitcoin , that's kinda shitty . Also I'am bad at geography but isn't that orange map under Russia for China ?
China have shitload of Mining farms & Exchange how it's Restricted there ? I'am the only one who find this dosen't make sense
No stupid country in the world,they only wait bitcoin give trust as a payment system.

Yeah I meant my country , sorry I miss-wrote what I wanted to say .
Actually my country is stupid , what do you call a country where no one use Credit & Debit cards (They use only cards to withraw money from ATM) , what do you call a country that don't know what online shopping is and laugh at your face when you mention those things ?  Roll Eyes

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What could happen on a global Bitcoin ban? Would people be brave or panic out and abandon it?

well, also is abandoned share some movies, music and games over torrent..now check, how many people seeding:) I'm more scared of some alternative similar to bitcoin driven by government or some kind of central bank then bitcoin ban..

It's for sure that the gov will come up with their own "Bitcoin", but hopefully all that does is putting Bitcoin in the spotlight and people don't buy into the officialist state bullshit.

no they will not, it doesn't make sense to have a second centralized bitcoin aka dollar 2.0, they will stay with their dollar and keep printing it like no tomorrow

the same with the blockchain, the strength of bitcoin and the blockchain is everything the government hate

Read the news and you'll see there is an agenda to abolish cash in the relative near future. I think few people will be using physical cash be it coins or paper in 10 years, and it will be totally gone in 20 years.
Are they really going to let Bitcoin camp free in such environment?
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Government agencies are increasingly worried about the implications of bitcoin, as it has the ability to be used anonymously, and is therefore a potential instrument for money laundering. In particular, law enforcers seem to be concerned about the decentralized nature of the currency.

The ability for bitcoin to be used anonymously, is quite a bit lower than the ability for cash to be used anonymously.  There is a permanent public record of every transaction.

last time i've checked the transaction, does not say at who those money belong, and this without even using mixer/proxy node and all those stuff, to strengthen your anonimity

And yet, the last time the equation group checked, it does say to whom quite a bit of those money belong.
You are not they.
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Bitcoin in my knowledge is legal in most of the countries, but I do know in some small countries, they forbid bitcoin because people are using scams and pyramid schemes to promote the users of btc. They're breaking the laws of that country, so that is why in some countries its forbidden.

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My opinion ; BTC bitcoin is like a gold,we buy/sell as a commodity. Yes 'im agree bitcoin must have legality to protect bitcoin used by criminal (money laudering,pyramid scammer,hyip..etc).  

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Bitcoin non-anonymity is also a business, not just done by governments.
https://www.elliptic.co/anti-money-laundering/

Legal compliance capabilities and transparency are making it increasingly 'legal'.

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Bitcoin in my knowledge is legal in most of the countries, but I do know in some small countries, they forbid bitcoin because people are using scams and pyramid schemes to promote the users of btc. They're breaking the laws of that country, so that is why in some countries its forbidden.

Yes and the reason some of the countries are not promoting bitcoin is only because people are using it for illegal activities like black money, money laundering etc. So the government is not coming in the support of bitcoins but nobody has control over it.

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Bitcoin is freedom and you cant stop it. People always want freedom. Even if Governments restrict bitcoin they never stop or prevent using Bitcoin. We think China Gov. restrict the bitcoin but they have biggest bitcoin economy in the world.

Well stuff like Tor is supossed to be freedom but is banned in some places like China, but strictly speaking if we were in China we would have to say that indeed it is illegal, which is fatal for mainstream adoption.
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Bitcoin is freedom and you cant stop it. People always want freedom. Even if Governments restrict bitcoin they never stop or prevent using Bitcoin. We think China Gov. restrict the bitcoin but they have biggest bitcoin economy in the world.

Well stuff like Tor is supossed to be freedom but is banned in some places like China, but strictly speaking if we were in China we would have to say that indeed it is illegal, which is fatal for mainstream adoption.

Legal is licit, legitimate,permitted by law; lawful.

Illegal is  unlawful; illegitimate; illicit; unlicensed. Illegal, unlawful, illegitimate, illicit, criminal can all describe actions not in accord with law. Illegal refers most specifically to violations of statute.

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is legal as long as using it as an alternative payment on internet,but there are many country that you can spend your bitcoin on coffe shop like singapore

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it is everywhere legal, nobody can shut down the internet,
so you can use it trough tor or other proxys everywhere.

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Is that iceland?
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July 09, 2015, 11:33:13 AM
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Bitcoin may already be technically illegal in Australia under the Currency Act 1965.

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Of course this law is outmoded, but it does present some problems for legal credibility of Bitcoin.

https://www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/C2007C00565/Html/Text#_Toc56834731

https://www.reddit.com/r/BitcoinAUS/comments/3cnll9/bitcoin_is_already_illegal_according_to_the/

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it is everywhere legal, nobody can shut down the internet,
so you can use it trough tor or other proxys everywhere.

Yeah neither the bitcoin nor the users have to worry or think about whether it is legal or not. If you think it is legal go for it and if you think it is not legal then its an individual decision whether to stay or just leave it and think of some other investment options.

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That this could ever be a question means that we are still an oppressed civilization.  Bitcoin embodies freedom and liberties that any truly free and decent human should be allowed to enjoy.  When people truly start being evil and doing evil things that's when there should be justice and consequences.  Simply banning things like bitcoin out of fear should never be allowed by decent and forthright human beings.

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Hey guys. Wondered if BTC is considered to be a legal currency in US, can I sue somebody that has defrauded me for my coins?
Is it different from state to state?
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Hey guys. Wondered if BTC is considered to be a legal currency in US, can I sue somebody that has defrauded me for my coins?
Is it different from state to state?

Yes.

In the USA, you can sue someone that has defrauded you even if bitcoin is not currency.  Anything of value, and so far every US court has recognized that bitcoin is a thing of value.

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the concern is not directly related to Bitcoin, but mostly to money laundering and other similar crimes.
when the adoption grows, they might require people to ID themselves for the transactions between these financial institutions and Bitcoin.


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July 27, 2015, 04:50:45 PM
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That there is a reason why bitcoin is ilegal
as we know taht government agencies are increasingly worried about the implications of bitcoin, as it has the ability to be used anonymously, and is therefore a potential instrument for money laundering. In particular, law enforcers seem to be concerned about the decentralized nature of the currency,but i wish bitcoin is not to be ilegal in future

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I'm presuming the arctic and antarctic are unregulated.

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Hey guys. Wondered if BTC is considered to be a legal currency in US, can I sue somebody that has defrauded me for my coins?
Is it different from state to state?

Yes.

In the USA, you can sue someone that has defrauded you even if bitcoin is not currency.  Anything of value, and so far every US court has recognized that bitcoin is a thing of value.

Thanks for advice, it maybe useful and necessary info for many.


I'm presuming the arctic and antarctic are unregulated.

Bloody penguins, you know what they are like..... unruly bunch.

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it is everywhere legal, nobody can shut down the internet,
so you can use it trough tor or other proxys everywhere.

Yeah neither the bitcoin nor the users have to worry or think about whether it is legal or not. If you think it is legal go for it and if you think it is not legal then its an individual decision whether to stay or just leave it and think of some other investment options.

Lots of things were once illegal.
freeing slaves,
Women voting
giving food to homeless people
going on strike
being gay
owning gold

Is it possible that some law is unjust?
Is it possible that not all governments are perfect and without corruption?

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it is everywhere legal, nobody can shut down the internet,
so you can use it trough tor or other proxys everywhere.

Yeah neither the bitcoin nor the users have to worry or think about whether it is legal or not. If you think it is legal go for it and if you think it is not legal then its an individual decision whether to stay or just leave it and think of some other investment options.

Lots of things were once illegal.
freeing slaves,
Women voting
giving food to homeless people
going on strike
being gay
owning gold

Is it possible that some law is unjust?
Is it possible that not all governments are perfect and without corruption?

being gay  ??   you are a sick motherfucker  , how could you support two guys with two dicks fucking each other from the asshole ?
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Well, i see some countries ban it but sooner i think it will be used in all countries.
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How the hell can you even regulate the use of bitcoin...what do they do, have the ISPs block ports to bitcoin nodes? There are plenty of ways to get around that. I know some mining pools let you submit raw transactions to them.

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nice picture
I think here only a few countries that legalize bitcoin, perhaps because the transaction is usually used for deepweb or underground
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Yes, the company of bitcoin is legal. All requirements that requires by the government agencies are comply by them; which is gives them a juridical personality and recognize by the government as legal entity.
From this they have authority which comes from the government to operate.

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It's not inherently illegal, but it is very difficult to use in a legal manner, and most utilizations will be questionable, if not actually illegal. However, I think the concern about governments shutting down currency is a red herring, at least regarding the US government, which actually subsidized the Ithaca Hours system of alternative currency, via its Vista program.
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December 28, 2017, 12:15:03 PM
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I think it's legal. Because the whole world still recognizes and uses bitcoin. If any country wants to close the bitcoin, other countries are even more declared about bitcoin regulation. It proves that in outline, bitcoin is legal.

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December 28, 2017, 11:19:49 PM
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It is not a legal means of payment yet. But it is in the status of a good which is a big step forward!
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December 29, 2017, 07:03:40 AM
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Well, bitcoin is legal in some countries while there are also other countries which treat bitcoin as illegal. Depending on where you reside, you can always check on google whether your country welcomes bitcoin or not. Because bitcoin is decentralized and anonymous in nature, governments are concerned that this type of cryptocurrency could always be used for criminal activities. Country such as Vietnam treats bitcoin transaction same as money laundering. The good news is that, most major countries say yes to bitcoin.
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December 30, 2017, 04:06:28 AM
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Of course the company and management of bitcoin is legal and all things from them are legit.
They follow all the requirements needed by the government in order to recognize them as a legal entity and had authority to operate in conformance of the law; from this you are rest assured that investing here is safe and not a scam.

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December 30, 2017, 07:56:42 PM
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A regulation was long awaited, not sure that it would be for good only.... And what should be called legal depends on the country.
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Bitcoin itself is legal but it depends on the treatment of every country some of them are banning bitcoin because they all know that bitcoin will effect their economy that is why government doesnt like to used bitcoin for their cpuntrymen.

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Indian govt says it does not recognise bitcoin as legal tender amd terms it as ponzi scheme
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Saying something is legal, means its backed up by a law or something similar, so since most countries dont have such framework, it cant be said to be legal and neither has it been declared illegal in most countries. So i think bitcoin is a new phenomenon countries have to find a way to accommodate, but as at now its not illegal, conveniently being accepted, and ignored by some governments for now, but all this will change soon.

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Of course the company and management of bitcoin is legal and all things from them are legit.
They follow all the requirements needed by the government in order to recognize them as a legal entity and had authority to operate in conformance of the law; from this you are rest assured that investing here is safe and not a scam.
Countries that banned Bitcoin forbid Bitcoin because it poses a threat to its taxation system, not because of its investment objectives. This ban will not be harmful for Bitcoin, prohibited countries made a very risky move.



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As long as you don't live in Bangladesh or China, it's perfectly legal

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January 02, 2018, 04:52:58 AM
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i think for now. Bitcoin is ilegal because not all country can accept bitcoin.
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January 02, 2018, 07:33:16 AM
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In any country, bitcoin are not legal however due to following in rules and regulations of each country they were decide to allow crypto currencies or digital currencies in any nation. Otherwise I never lose hope that someday bitcoin are allowed to any country without any restrictions.

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Does anybody know how it works in Russia? I'm just curious. Thanks for answer Wink

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The answer is, yes, depending on what you’re doing with it
Bitcoin is of interest to law enforcement agencies, tax authorities, and legal regulators, all of which are trying to understand how the cryptocurrency fits into existing frameworks. The legality of your bitcoin activities will depend on who you are, where you live, and what you are doing with it.

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The opinions of different countries about bitcoin are divided, but in general they fall into the following two groups:
a) Countries that have decided to develop a regulatory framework for the active implementation of digital currency in the economy. (USA, Croatia, Germany, etc.)
b) Countries that consider the crypto currency to be illegal and try to prohibit or restrict its use (China, Russia, Thailand, Vietnam, etc.)

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I would like if there is addition about the countries where bitcoin is concretely banned. I mean its even criminalized. Which are these countries and what place do they occupy in world economy and how much do their legality affects bitcoin's price. Moreover as market cap of btc increases we might see a lot of countries coming towards making a regulatory authority for bitcoin.

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January 02, 2018, 06:49:34 PM
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I want to tell about my pain in Russia! Hell! I'm a person who has bitcoins, but they can not buy anything here because they are outlawed and generally it's not known when the situation will change. The IT ministry is trying to fix the situation for years now and what do you think? Nothing, it's empty, zero! We are still at the same point as we were two or three years ago. It so saddens me that I do not even find the right words to describe my indignation! Angry

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January 02, 2018, 09:12:11 PM
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In any country, bitcoin are not legal however due to following in rules and regulations of each country they were decide to allow crypto currencies or digital currencies in any nation. Otherwise I never lose hope that someday bitcoin are allowed to any country without any restrictions.

Many countries are banning bitcoin but later on they realize the importance of great innovation and then they end up regulating bitcoin. But still countries that make bitcoin illegal will surely adopt this technology, its just a matter of time. Legal or what no one can stop bitcoin and it will continue to soar higher for sure.

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In many countries, bitcoin is not legal.
No, there are only few countries where bitcoin is illegal. Check out this list https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legality_of_bitcoin_by_country_or_territory Companies are looking to bitcoin now as something different in terms of investment and currency. There are big advantages that someone can take if he's going to stick with bitcoin and will have it as both investment and currency and in a country where there are no rules about it, it's not legal nor illegal.

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January 03, 2018, 12:26:03 AM
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I don't think that it can make any difference using bitcoin across the globe. Bitcoin is decentralised and even Government don't have any command on the usage of bitcoin. Bitcoin was accepted and will be accepted across the globe as the identity of person is not disclosed.
VENEZUELA is almost to launch his own cryptocurrency support y the goverment it is legal what do you think about.?
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yes.
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Just like people, you can't stop Bitcoin because it also has freedom.
Though in some countries it is banned. While other countries are on its way to launch
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January 04, 2018, 01:50:41 PM
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Who cares if its legal or illegal?? Whose gonna keep watch on it?? Everyday large number of bitcoins are bought and sold who is gonna keep watch on it?? People are using and will continue to use it even the Government oppose it. So discussion on this topic is useless.


bitcoin is a legal,because if bitcoin is ilegal i though this campaign is not become well known in the world....
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If I think about the topic of ligature, I get the idea that this is individual! In each country of the world the relation to bitcoin and consequently the legislation differs. And yet this topic is fresh and seriously developed and introduced only in Japan. I think that 10 years will pass and against the background of the next economic crisis, all countries will take over the head and integrate into their financial systems crypto-currencies as a means of payment and exchange. (the equivalent of goods and services) Cool

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January 07, 2018, 08:41:00 AM
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It's legal here in us but I don't know for how long. Our government still does not  recognized and it has not been talked about in news in all major stations so I'll just enjoy while this freedom still last.

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January 1, 2018 Vietnam forbids the payment of Bitcoin and other types of cryptocurrency.  Sad
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It's legal here in us but I don't know for how long. Our government still does not  recognized and it has not been talked about in news in all major stations so I'll just enjoy while this freedom still last.
that's right, in my opinion, the law of bitcoin is still vague, because there is no law against it,
so we can still use bitcoin, until there really is a law that forbids it

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It's like weapons, it's legal, it's people who use it to do illegal things

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