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May 12, 2017, 02:07:18 AM
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I got excited and thought that Norway would considered bitcoin. But the articles says that the Central Bank of Norway is against bitcoin because of its decentralized features. I hope that Norway will changed their mind  and instead of having their own digital currency, they should first consider bitcoin and its advantage in case of total breakdown. (assuming there is internet).

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Is that possible? Banks dont want decentralised crypto. Especially on bitcoin. I think they are gonna accept centralized crypto like xrp. Because its already accepts by banks and other centralized crypto. But if they accept bitcoin. That's good. Atleast they are now appreciate the value of bitcoin.
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