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May 30, 2011, 11:22:14 AM
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http://www.google.com/trends?q=bitcoin

Note the regions;

1.   Russian Federation   
2.   Sweden   
3.   Norway   
4.   Finland   
5.   Canada   
6.   United States   
7.   Australia   
8.   Poland   
9.   Switzerland   
10.   Netherlands   

If you are worried Bitcoin will collapse because "they" will just make it illegal, many of these countries are unlikely to do that. Note the US is number 6! That's great news, even with the US' humongous economy Bitcoin has a bigger following in 5 other jurisdictions!

Switzerland will probably want to attract tax shy money for decades to come, I doubt they'll declare it illegal.

I've said it before; if Bitcoin succeeds in one economy it has succeeded globally. Nothing but the most totalitarian of regimes would be able to outlaw it.

PS I'm not referring to price collapse, that might still happen a few times before the game is over.

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May 30, 2011, 01:54:06 PM
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Russian Federation "Ruble" is very dependable on USD, you can exclude this one.

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3.    Herndon, VA, USA
5.    Washington, DC, USA

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