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News URL : http://www.airytea.com/

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News URL : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hgkx9JAON-I&t=7m29s

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News URL : https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3pgfl6/interesting_google_trends_bitcoin_graphs/

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News URL : https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/kaye-scholer-holds-bitcoin-seminar-with-winklevosses-to-educate-financial-professionals-1445361449

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News URL : http://www.coinnewsasia.com/its-a-sweet-november-with-the-first-armenian-gaming-forum/

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I am not finding this article. Can you please show me the title? I doubt that this activity told by you is possible in one country which have one political party WITHOUT the known of this activity by the Authorities. To not tell that I am sure. If tolerated by the party it is possible, if not, is NOT possible. Anyhow let's read the article before. Have in mind that in all the world are only 7 the country with one party. Those are People's Republic of China, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Cuba, Laos, Vietnam, Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic and Eritrea.

See here for more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Single-party_state

In China for example if the party will decide the complete ban of bitcoin it will be not anymore possible for sure that someone mine or change bitcoin normally. Maybe in the black market yes but those people that do such things have their life in risk in every moment. Or imagine that this activity can be made at Democratic People's Republic of Korea without the knowledge of the Authorities. It is totally impossible.

I'm very curious to read the article you mentioned. I'm waiting the title.... Thank you. Shocked

Here is the article I was talking about

http://www.coindesk.com/research-bitcoin-price-higher-repressed-countries/

I do agree with you my friend, and I think the black-market here will be the solution.

In the article have no one word about the countries mentioned by me. There is wrote about the less ECONOMIC freedom countries. Must be told that the economic freedom is not connected only with the number of political parties.  There are to many countries with more than one political party and have less economic freedom than China for example. So it is not only the number of political parties which decide. It is the way that the leaders of the country choose to govern. But the probabilities that this economic freedom be less are primarily the countries with one political party. They use the force to be only those in the politics of the country and such desire make true the limitation of all the others aspects of every kind of freedom. Because have fear that the freedom of every kind except the political one become desire even for political freedom.

Anyhow this is not and overall formula. China for example is an open mind country with a very smart leaders. They are known for their ability to give the people everything they can but in the right time. But even they are not different from the others when is touched their being only one political party. I don't know if have knowledge about the protests of the young Chinese people in the '90 and the reaction of the Government. They used the tanks to pressing all the demonstrators and to show to all the world that their power as a single party is untouchable. They had critics from all the world but nothing changed. They considered everything internal issue and the others must see their stuffs.

I'm telling this to show that in the countries with one political country is not possible to made things not allowed by the Authorities. Even the most liberals (like China for example) have overall and full control of everything. If they don't want something, that something cannot be made. Only if you want to put your life in risk.

As about the article I don't think that the author have taken in consideration such countries. Maybe except China. Even my perception is that the economic freedom in this country is not less compared to the other developed countries.

I have my doubts about the possibility to have real or significant bitcoin activity in the remaining countries. From internet I found the below data.

I am sure about the lack of this activity in Democratic People's Republic of Korea. Even from there there was registered one transaction this is not considered as activity.

I'm surprised about the accepting of bitcoin in Vietnam by oine business open the last days. The data of Wikipedia were shown accurate always when I had use those and those data show that there bitcoin is banned.

I read at internet that bitcoin is known very few in Laos. According to http://crobitcoin.com/bitcoin-laos-thailand/:

"However, people who worked there havenít even heard of Bitcoin. Maybe at some point they were accepting Bitcoin payments but didnít have enough volume so didnít educate the staff about it. In general, I found that the majority of places that are marked on coinmap actually donít accept BTC once you get there."

I am not finding data about bitcoin in Eritrea while according to https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/first-documented-cuba-bitcoin-transaction-now-history/ the first transaction of bitcoin in Cuba is registered only at the end of July of this year (so only about three months ago). You can imagine what kind of activity can have bitcoin there.

No sign of activity or data about bitcoin in Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic.

As you can see in every of the country with one political party (except China) there are not real activity of or with bitcoin. So they cannot be in the list of countries taken in consideration from the student about the study of who is made the article you gave to me. I think that even the black market doesn't exist in those countries. Bitcoin is not arrived yet in those.

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October 20, 2015, 09:09:39 PM
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In the article have no one word about the countries mentioned by me. There is wrote about the less ECONOMIC freedom countries. Must be told that the economic freedom is not connected only with the number of political parties.  There are to many countries with more than one political party and have less economic freedom than China for example. So it is not only the number of political parties which decide. It is the way that the leaders of the country choose to govern. But the probabilities that this economic freedom be less are primarily the countries with one political party. They use the force to be only those in the politics of the country and such desire make true the limitation of all the others aspects of every kind of freedom. Because have fear that the freedom of every kind except the political one become desire even for political freedom.

Anyhow this is not and overall formula. China for example is an open mind country with a very smart leaders. They are known for their ability to give the people everything they can but in the right time. But even they are not different from the others when is touched their being only one political party. I don't know if have knowledge about the protests of the young Chinese people in the '90 and the reaction of the Government. They used the tanks to pressing all the demonstrators and to show to all the world that their power as a single party is untouchable. They had critics from all the world but nothing changed. They considered everything internal issue and the others must see their stuffs.

I'm telling this to show that in the countries with one political country is not possible to made things not allowed by the Authorities. Even the most liberals (like China for example) have overall and full control of everything. If they don't want something, that something cannot be made. Only if you want to put your life in risk.

As about the article I don't think that the author have taken in consideration such countries. Maybe except China. Even my perception is that the economic freedom in this country is not less compared to the other developed countries.

I have my doubts about the possibility to have real or significant bitcoin activity in the remaining countries. From internet I found the below data.

I am sure about the lack of this activity in Democratic People's Republic of Korea. Even from there there was registered one transaction this is not considered as activity.

I'm surprised about the accepting of bitcoin in Vietnam by oine business open the last days. The data of Wikipedia were shown accurate always when I had use those and those data show that there bitcoin is banned.

I read at internet that bitcoin is known very few in Laos. According to http://crobitcoin.com/bitcoin-laos-thailand/:

"However, people who worked there havenít even heard of Bitcoin. Maybe at some point they were accepting Bitcoin payments but didnít have enough volume so didnít educate the staff about it. In general, I found that the majority of places that are marked on coinmap actually donít accept BTC once you get there."

I am not finding data about bitcoin in Eritrea while according to https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/first-documented-cuba-bitcoin-transaction-now-history/ the first transaction of bitcoin in Cuba is registered only at the end of July of this year (so only about three months ago). You can imagine what kind of activity can have bitcoin there.

No sign of activity or data about bitcoin in Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic.

As you can see in every of the country with one political party (except China) there are not real activity of or with bitcoin. So they cannot be in the list of countries taken in consideration from the student about the study of who is made the article you gave to me. I think that even the black market doesn't exist in those countries. Bitcoin is not arrived yet in those.

Pardon me my friend, black market does exist everywhere.

And the potential of bitcoin black market will increase when people know more about it's potential and usefulness.

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October 20, 2015, 09:11:08 PM
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News URL : http://www.coindesk.com/australian-government-to-review-bitcoin-regulation-powers/

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News URL : http://dealbreaker.com/2015/10/blythe-masters-will-teach-wall-street-to-love-bitcoin-by-showing-it-the-darkness-of-its-own-soul/

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News URL : http://insidebitcoins.com/news/ecommerce-specialist-ashok-misra-bitcoin-solves-cross-border-payment-problems/35379

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News URL : http://worldoffshorebanks.com/bitcoin-its-safety-future-and-role-in-international-banking.php

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In the article have no one word about the countries mentioned by me. There is wrote about the less ECONOMIC freedom countries. Must be told that the economic freedom is not connected only with the number of political parties.  There are to many countries with more than one political party and have less economic freedom than China for example. So it is not only the number of political parties which decide. It is the way that the leaders of the country choose to govern. But the probabilities that this economic freedom be less are primarily the countries with one political party. They use the force to be only those in the politics of the country and such desire make true the limitation of all the others aspects of every kind of freedom. Because have fear that the freedom of every kind except the political one become desire even for political freedom.

Anyhow this is not and overall formula. China for example is an open mind country with a very smart leaders. They are known for their ability to give the people everything they can but in the right time. But even they are not different from the others when is touched their being only one political party. I don't know if have knowledge about the protests of the young Chinese people in the '90 and the reaction of the Government. They used the tanks to pressing all the demonstrators and to show to all the world that their power as a single party is untouchable. They had critics from all the world but nothing changed. They considered everything internal issue and the others must see their stuffs.

I'm telling this to show that in the countries with one political country is not possible to made things not allowed by the Authorities. Even the most liberals (like China for example) have overall and full control of everything. If they don't want something, that something cannot be made. Only if you want to put your life in risk.

As about the article I don't think that the author have taken in consideration such countries. Maybe except China. Even my perception is that the economic freedom in this country is not less compared to the other developed countries.

I have my doubts about the possibility to have real or significant bitcoin activity in the remaining countries. From internet I found the below data.

I am sure about the lack of this activity in Democratic People's Republic of Korea. Even from there there was registered one transaction this is not considered as activity.

I'm surprised about the accepting of bitcoin in Vietnam by oine business open the last days. The data of Wikipedia were shown accurate always when I had use those and those data show that there bitcoin is banned.

I read at internet that bitcoin is known very few in Laos. According to http://crobitcoin.com/bitcoin-laos-thailand/:

"However, people who worked there havenít even heard of Bitcoin. Maybe at some point they were accepting Bitcoin payments but didnít have enough volume so didnít educate the staff about it. In general, I found that the majority of places that are marked on coinmap actually donít accept BTC once you get there."

I am not finding data about bitcoin in Eritrea while according to https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/first-documented-cuba-bitcoin-transaction-now-history/ the first transaction of bitcoin in Cuba is registered only at the end of July of this year (so only about three months ago). You can imagine what kind of activity can have bitcoin there.

No sign of activity or data about bitcoin in Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic.

As you can see in every of the country with one political party (except China) there are not real activity of or with bitcoin. So they cannot be in the list of countries taken in consideration from the student about the study of who is made the article you gave to me. I think that even the black market doesn't exist in those countries. Bitcoin is not arrived yet in those.

Pardon me my friend, black market does exist everywhere.

And the potential of bitcoin black market will increase when people know more about it's potential and usefulness.

Why pardon you? Everyone have the right to have its thoughts. No need for pardon with me, never. Except when you or something other author of the thought or the write offends or attack me.  Cheesy Wink

About the the existence of the bitcoin black market I think that this kind of market (or any other) cannot exist for something known only by 10 or 100 people in all the country. Maybe may exist someone who want to hide its illegal money and can buy some bitcoin is some exchange out of the countries but this cannot be named black market. They cannot mine if the party doesn't want it. They cannot mine in secrecy bitcoin because now needed expensive hardware that (even it will be the monetary possibility to buy those and i doubt very much in their good finances) if the party doesn't allow or doesn't want to allow the entrance of that hardware in the country, so it will be for sure. If in some way they will be able to mine, one day they will be discovered for sure and will go in jail or die for this. I don't want to go further because it is in vain. You must try yourself the life in this kind of country to understand. So the only way to have bitcoin is to buy those in the exchanges out of the country. Even if exist such activity (I doubt on this) this cannot be called black market. Everyone act for yourself without sell and buy from the others within the country. To not forge that they control even the internet through the providers and can do what they want. Even block all the bitcoin exchanges. North Korea has for example an internet totally out of the world network for the people. Which mean active only within this country. No one bit cannot enter on it without be totally controlled and no one bit can go out of it without totally controlled. The access in the normal internet is restricted to regime elites and select university students. Read more about this here in the section "Internet" of this link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Censorship_in_North_Korea

For the above reasons but even because I think that the majority of them don't know what to do do with the bitcoins if they will have those (the life in that countries is very simple), except China and maybe Vietnam (I am confuse about the situation there because of the contradictory data that I have) there are no chances according to me to exist any bitcoin black market (for this kind of market I'm talking even in the previous post) in the above countries.

As about the power and the amount of control in a country with one political party I'm sure that, as I told above, you will be never able to understand those because to know such thing you may live for a period of time under their dictatorship. Not only this; you must be citizen and in the same race of the others. So you need to be Laotian and live in Laos or you must be North Korean and live in North Korea. Only in this way you can understand. You can die by the Authorities only for one word told innocently but that can be judged as an attack to their power and being only them leaders in that country.
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Why pardon you? Everyone have the right to have its thoughts. No need for pardon with me, never. Except when you or something other author of the thought or the write offends or attack me.  Cheesy Wink

About the the existence of the bitcoin black market I think that this kind of market (or any other) cannot exist for something known only by 10 or 100 people in all the country. Maybe may exist someone who want to hide its illegal money and can buy some bitcoin is some exchange out of the countries but this cannot be named black market. They cannot mine if the party doesn't want it. They cannot mine in secrecy bitcoin because now needed expensive hardware that (even it will be the monetary possibility to buy those and i doubt very much in their good finances) if the party doesn't allow or doesn't want to allow the entrance of that hardware in the country, so it will be for sure. If in some way they will be able to mine, one day they will be discovered for sure and will go in jail or die for this. I don't want to go further because it is in vain. You must try yourself the life in this kind of country to understand. So the only way to have bitcoin is to buy those in the exchanges out of the country. Even if exist such activity (I doubt on this) this cannot be called black market. Everyone act for yourself without sell and buy from the others within the country. To not forge that they control even the internet through the providers and can do what they want. Even block all the bitcoin exchanges. North Korea has for example an internet totally out of the world network for the people. Which mean active only within this country. No one bit cannot enter on it without be totally controlled and no one bit can go out of it without totally controlled. The access in the normal internet is restricted to regime elites and select university students. Read more about this here in the section "Internet" of this link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Censorship_in_North_Korea

For the above reasons but even because I think that the majority of them don't know what to do do with the bitcoins if they will have those (the life in that countries is very simple), except China and maybe Vietnam (I am confuse about the situation there because of the contradictory data that I have) there are no chances according to me to exist any bitcoin black market (for this kind of market I'm talking even in the previous post) in the above countries.

As about the power and the amount of control in a country with one political party I'm sure that, as I told above, you will be never able to understand those because to know such thing you may live for a period of time under their dictatorship. Not only this; you must be citizen and in the same race of the others. So you need to be Laotian and live in Laos or you must be North Korean and live in North Korea. Only in this way you can understand. You can die by the Authorities only for one word told innocently but that can be judged as an attack to their power and being only them leaders in that country.

Bitcoin here my friend could act as a safe tax heaven and to help to save your wealth from capital controls Wink

This alone, could skyrocket the price.

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News URL : http://www.stockhouse.com/news/press-releases/2015/10/21/marilynjean-interactive-mjmi-qb-eyes-40-billion-online-gambling-market

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News URL : http://www.coindesk.com/e-tailer-offers-23000-to-catch-ddos-attackers-demanding-bitcoin/

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News URL : https://twitter.com/nvk/status/656835877188988928

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News URL : http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/jeff-garzik-touches-bitcoin-self-optimising-markets-ethereum-rootstock-1525058

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News URL : http://cointelegraph.com/news/115439/mma-fighter-becomes-first-ever-to-be-paid-in-bitcoin

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News URL : http://www.coindesk.com/press-releases/bitcoin-euro-trezor-cashila/

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