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Question: Dec. 14 Closing Price:
<$6,000 - 10 (10.6%)
$6,000-$6,500 - 5 (5.3%)
$6,500-$7,000 - 11 (11.7%)
$7,000-$7,500 - 15 (16%)
$7,500-$8,000 - 18 (19.1%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 11 (11.7%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 4 (4.3%)
>$9,000 - 20 (21.3%)
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VAT is for pussies

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March 25, 2015, 10:59:16 PM

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Sounds like a great idea! Next meetup is 1st of may. Topic focus will probably be regulation in Norway and probably a little follow up on the f*cking VAT. Dry & boring, but it's impossible to make a startup in Norway without at least the VAT in place. And everybody gets drunk and talk about bitcoin. Come!

VAT is for pussies
Impossible to run a good business without keeping it real. I think a guy from KPMG at the last meetup put it well: "If you don't have VAT on gift cards in shops, why should it be VAT on bitcoin?"
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Sounds like a great idea! Next meetup is 1st of may. Topic focus will probably be regulation in Norway and probably a little follow up on the f*cking VAT. Dry & boring, but it's impossible to make a startup in Norway without at least the VAT in place. And everybody gets drunk and talk about bitcoin. Come!

VAT is for pussies
Impossible to run a good business without keeping it real. I think a guy from KPMG at the last meetup put it well: "If you don't have VAT on gift cards in shops, why should it be VAT on bitcoin?"

The explanation I got so far was that if I sell outside of Norway I won't have to pay VAT on the coins. With regards to policy. Norway won't make any decision/change before there is a pan-european consensus on how these things should be regulated. We are too rich to bother. I am just happy BTC isn't illegal in Norway.
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March 25, 2015, 11:08:56 PM

No, that guy was skinny. Guess that's why he calls himself Fyrstikken (Matchstick).
Ha, ha! It IS you! RESPECT!!!  Grin

No, seriously. It's not me

I am disappointed, I wish it was. Not many people in crypto currency in Norway yet, he he  Wink

He's seems norwegian enough... Just contact him by his youtube account and get him to perform at one of your meetups. Every artist likes a good crowd.
Sounds like a great idea! Next meetup is 1st of may. Topic focus will probably be regulation in Norway and probably a little follow up on the f*cking VAT. Dry & boring, but it's impossible to make a startup in Norway without at least the VAT in place. And everybody gets drunk and talk about bitcoin. Come!

I heard two of the most major Norwegian banks announced to the public that they will no longer service Bitcoin companies. Are the rest of the Norwegian banks still OK with it?
No, it's complicated. Most norwegian banks dodge the question when asked. A guy mailed a lot of them systematically. Most didn't answer, or answered a different question (That they don't transact in bitcoin, which of course wasn't the question. The question was if they could have business customers who are working with bitcoin. We don't need banks for bitcoin transfers, he he.) But my tip is to go with a small, local bank, or maybe SEB.no. There was another bank responding positive too, but I don't remember right now. I can find the name with a little research if you are seriously interested.

They sound like the politicians you can't get a straight answer out of.

I'm not Norwegian, so I'm not bothered about finding a bank that will do business with me thanks. I was mostly interested in finding out if all the banks there refuse to service Bitcoin companies. It seems to be a similar story everywhere across the world, the banks are very cautious about doing business with anything related to bitcoin.
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March 25, 2015, 11:12:56 PM

Just open 3-4 bank accounts and split your profits amongst those banks.
Depends how much money you're making I suppose if you get investigated.
If you're earning tens of thousands (or more) of dollars through BTC and it's all going into one account you're likely to get flagged up.
Spread the risk amongst different banks.
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March 25, 2015, 11:17:38 PM

Just open 3-4 bank accounts and split your profits amongst those banks.
Depends how much money you're making I suppose if you get investigated.
If you're earning tens of thousands (or more) of dollars through BTC and it's all going into one account you're likely to get flagged up.
Spread the risk amongst different banks.

I thought Bitcoin was for loosing money. Did I skip a chapter Huh
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March 25, 2015, 11:24:53 PM

Thanks Justin. FYI I was not implying there is something fishy about Megamine itself.
thanks for that. Just the normal world of cloud based hosting on servers and network you don't own or control. When something goes wrong with either you need them to fix it alas.

Soon all our front and backend will be in house, but we hope to have things back to normal by tomorrow latest.

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Sounds like a great idea! Next meetup is 1st of may. Topic focus will probably be regulation in Norway and probably a little follow up on the f*cking VAT. Dry & boring, but it's impossible to make a startup in Norway without at least the VAT in place. And everybody gets drunk and talk about bitcoin. Come!

VAT is for pussies
Impossible to run a good business without keeping it real. I think a guy from KPMG at the last meetup put it well: "If you don't have VAT on gift cards in shops, why should it be VAT on bitcoin?"

The explanation I got so far was that if I sell outside of Norway I won't have to pay VAT on the coins. With regards to policy. Norway won't make any decision/change before there is a pan-european consensus on how these things should be regulated. We are too rich to bother. I am just happy BTC isn't illegal in Norway.
You are probably right in all of your points, and I'm also happy BTC isn't illlegal in norway. What I have to work with, is this:

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March 25, 2015, 11:44:35 PM

         HAIL LEOCOIN!
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         HAIL LEOCOIN!



The final piece of the LEO puzzle is the launch in June 2014 in Dubai UAE of LEOcoin. This is a cryptocurrency that is inspired by the success and notoriety gained by Bitcoin since its creation in 2009. The advantages of anonymity, security and user friendliness of a decentralised currency are nothing short of revolutionary and many experts are predicting that bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are set to become our generation's ultimate disruptive technology. "We studied Bitcoin, saw its strengths and weaknesses, and launched LEOcoin on the shoulders of its achievements, while improving on just about every aspect of it," Dan says. "But we also have a unique platform on to which we can launch LEOcoin – our Associates and the Global network of real people in the real world that are part of LEO.

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AHAHAHAHA

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March 25, 2015, 11:54:13 PM

Seems like it's stabilized for now
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March 26, 2015, 12:01:20 AM

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Sounds like a great idea! Next meetup is 1st of may. Topic focus will probably be regulation in Norway and probably a little follow up on the f*cking VAT. Dry & boring, but it's impossible to make a startup in Norway without at least the VAT in place. And everybody gets drunk and talk about bitcoin. Come!

VAT is for pussies
Impossible to run a good business without keeping it real. I think a guy from KPMG at the last meetup put it well: "If you don't have VAT on gift cards in shops, why should it be VAT on bitcoin?"

The explanation I got so far was that if I sell outside of Norway I won't have to pay VAT on the coins. With regards to policy. Norway won't make any decision/change before there is a pan-european consensus on how these things should be regulated. We are too rich to bother. I am just happy BTC isn't illegal in Norway.
You are probably right in all of your points, and I'm also happy BTC isn't illlegal in norway. What I have to work with, is this:



I agree. VAT is a big hindrance to BTC having much of an impact in Norway. It makes no sense. They are basically saying that Norway will stand on the sidelines and let the rest of the world pick the low-hanging fruit. The danes simply said: none of our business, do what you want. But that's not the norwegian way.
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March 26, 2015, 12:04:38 AM

Monkey has revised his estimate for the turn to tomorrow, and his support number is now 236.  Intraday, should rise a bit over the next 3 hours.

Monkey want it to go up from now on, with resistance at 276, 378.  If not, the next support is 182, 126.
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March 26, 2015, 12:10:10 AM

bitcoin isnt going anywhere until we hit the next halving.
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March 26, 2015, 12:10:24 AM

Monkey has revised his estimate for the turn to tomorrow, and his support number is now 236.  Intraday, should rise a bit over the next 3 hours.

Monkey want it to go up from now on, with resistance at 276, 378.  If not, the next support is 182, 126.

If it goes up to 378 anytime soon, you can kiss your monkey from me.
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March 26, 2015, 12:12:38 AM

bitcoin isnt going anywhere until we hit the next halving.

Don't you go Tarmi on me

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March 26, 2015, 12:13:30 AM

could someone point me towards some decent long term btc charts to analyze. i noticed today tradingviews charts are out of sync or something.
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March 26, 2015, 12:13:55 AM

bitcoin isnt going anywhere until we hit the next halving.

Don't you go Tarmi on me


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