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April 09, 2013, 03:00:11 PM
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The Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority comments on bitcoin.

Nothing new, just the same old money laundering gibberish...

http://translate.google.com/translate?js=n&sl=auto&tl=en&u=http://www.dn.se/ekonomi/fi-ser-risk-for-penningtvatt-med-virtuell-valuta

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April 09, 2013, 03:14:03 PM
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" but the bank sees the current situation does not bitcoin as a threat to the stability of the Swedish financial market and payment system."
Very great. Keep thinking like that.

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April 09, 2013, 03:15:53 PM
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April 09, 2013, 04:48:36 PM
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I live in Sweden. I agee, Bitcoin is not a threat to our economy. The super high household debt, the extremely bad debt to deposit bank ratio and our dependency on export and low inernational interest rate on loans with short maturity is a much greater threat. Personally I find that Sweden is totally missing out on Bitcoin. There is no talk about it, not even at my work place ( I work at a major cell phone company and all my friends work with IT).
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April 09, 2013, 06:59:59 PM
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I live in Sweden. I agee, Bitcoin is not a threat to our economy. The super high household debt, the extremely bad debt to deposit bank ratio and our dependency on export and low inernational interest rate on loans with short maturity is a much greater threat. Personally I find that Sweden is totally missing out on Bitcoin. There is no talk about it, not even at my work place ( I work at a major cell phone company and all my friends work with IT).

Surprising since Sweden has always been ahead of the curve on tech issues... or maybe it's just because 'beetcooyn' is so difficult to pronounce in swedish Smiley

                         
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April 09, 2013, 08:37:51 PM
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What you talkin' about?  Huh
It's all abuzz(ok, maybe I exaggerate in that regard, it was in Veckans Nyheter) in schools this week with Veckans Nyheter. Sida A, fråga 6. Side A page 6 for all social science students. Gymnasium and folkhögskolor, possibly more that I don't know about.

For Swedish BTC press you can also check http://www.bitcoin.se/press/

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April 09, 2013, 09:43:41 PM
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What you talkin' about?  Huh
It's all abuzz(ok, maybe I exaggerate in that regard, it was in Veckans Nyheter) in schools this week with Veckans Nyheter. Sida A, fråga 6. Side A page 6 for all social science students. Gymnasium and folkhögskolor, possibly more that I don't know about.

For Swedish BTC press you can also check http://www.bitcoin.se/press/

Appreciate your coverage of such stories - thank you for the translations!

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April 30, 2013, 09:45:19 PM
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What you talkin' about?  Huh
It's all abuzz(ok, maybe I exaggerate in that regard, it was in Veckans Nyheter) in schools this week with Veckans Nyheter. Sida A, fråga 6. Side A page 6 for all social science students. Gymnasium and folkhögskolor, possibly more that I don't know about.

For Swedish BTC press you can also check http://www.bitcoin.se/press/

Wow I totally missed that. Perhaps I consume to little swedish media. None of my peers are into it, soo I might be a little bit "coloured" by that.

Edit: thanks for the list! Alot more articles then I could ever have imagined!
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April 30, 2013, 09:46:51 PM
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Lol yes probably its because of the pronunciation.

I live in Sweden. I agee, Bitcoin is not a threat to our economy. The super high household debt, the extremely bad debt to deposit bank ratio and our dependency on export and low inernational interest rate on loans with short maturity is a much greater threat. Personally I find that Sweden is totally missing out on Bitcoin. There is no talk about it, not even at my work place ( I work at a major cell phone company and all my friends work with IT).

Surprising since Sweden has always been ahead of the curve on tech issues... or maybe it's just because 'beetcooyn' is so difficult to pronounce in swedish Smiley
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