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July 14, 2015, 07:59:21 PM
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Vladimir Putin: You can use bitcoins for some operations



President of Russia Vladimir Putins says that it is possible to use bitcoins for some operations.
Putin discussed bitcoin and the problem of digital currencies with the participants of Klyazma Youth Forum, says ITAR-TASS News agency.

“This money has no real basis and they do not depend on any real entity. In general you can use these “coins”, they are spreading more and more. You can use them as the equivalent [of money] in some segments of economy. This is possible” said president of Russia.
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July 14, 2015, 08:09:13 PM
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I the argument of "This money has no real basis and they do not depend on any real entity" as big point in favor of bitcoin. Smiley

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July 14, 2015, 08:52:25 PM
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Also on coindesk.com now! Link: http://linkis.com/www.coindesk.com/rus/RPoRs (I don't now why it says "http://linkis.com/www", but it is linked that way from the main page.
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July 14, 2015, 08:55:09 PM
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Also on coindesk.com now! Link: http://linkis.com/www.coindesk.com/rus/RPoRs (I don't now why it says "http://linkis.com/www", but it is linked that way from the main page.

Original source is http://www.gazeta.ru/business/news/2015/07/14/n_7376709.shtml (in Russian of course). Google translate (unedited):

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Russian President Vladimir Putin believes that the use of Bitcoins and other cryptocurrency acceptable. Such a statement the president made during the educational forum "Territory of meanings on the Klyazma" is a live broadcast channel "Russia 24".

"They are in no way provided this money, that's the whole point, is the main problem. They are useless and do not really tied in no way guaranteed. But in general, as the unit of account as they're called, "coin", they can be used, they are more and more widely spread. Like any equivalent in some segments of calculation, probably, probably, "- said the president.

Earlier, Putin spoke about "Chocolate period" in the economy.
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July 14, 2015, 09:29:24 PM
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Also on coindesk.com now! Link: http://linkis.com/www.coindesk.com/rus/RPoRs (I don't now why it says "http://linkis.com/www", but it is linked that way from the main page.

Maybe because it isn't actually on coindesk? Roll Eyes
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July 14, 2015, 10:37:44 PM
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Also on coindesk.com now! Link: http://linkis.com/www.coindesk.com/rus/RPoRs (I don't now why it says "http://linkis.com/www", but it is linked that way from the main page.

Maybe because it isn't actually on coindesk? Roll Eyes

If you whet to coindesk.com's main homepage, you'd have seem the link to the article in question. Now it's there feature article with address: http://www.coindesk.com/russian-president-vladimir-putin-addresses-bitcoin/

http://linkis.com is not a news site and does not seem to deal with cryptocurrencies.
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