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October 04, 2018, 01:24:08 PM
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The european govenments aren`t that scary,they will never try to rob someone`s financial assets.

Maybe so, but they can confiscate those assets if someone "convinces" them that these are not legally tenable assets. If your Cryptocurrency hodlings are interpreted as "trespassing" on economic sovereignty, then the European governments will need necessarily intervene, if only for the sake of preservation of their own sovereignty.

Remember, nothing in life is certain, except for death and taxes; and the Government, whether that be Vietnamese, or European, or even Canadian, Maltese, Singaporean, or American, has the power to deliver both: at your doorstep, or at your footstep.

So, yes, invariably, ALL Governments are really scary institutions. All the talk of democracy, liberty, etc is the camouflage to mask that primal core of bestiality.

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October 04, 2018, 01:33:03 PM
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The government has the authority to regulate everything in its territory, including also imposing a ban on bitcoin if bitcoin is not profitable for the government and can even create a threat to the national currency.

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October 04, 2018, 01:33:26 PM
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Many people say the government is not interested in cryptocurrency. Many people think the government has prohibit
crypto to protect investors from risks. Maybe in your country, that's true. But in some countries, especially developing countries, the government just wants to rob your assets. They rob publicly, lawfully and as much as possible. they are really bandits.I'm not afraid what they do. Because we have many ways to fight them. But this world is not as simple as you think.They can kill you if you are demonstrating.
You can ask any vietnamese that : Do you support your government ? I bet 99% answer is never. 1% remaining I'm sure they are goverment employee or their family. Wink
Funny. Many do not even understand that civil servants, just do not care about what is happening. They do not decide anything, only fulfill the will of other people about whom they don’t even know who they are.
Therefore, definitely not afraid of anyone. And how the betatest will end, called cryptocurrency, we will soon find out. Most likely, the users themselves who have lost on the fall of the course will be asked to ban it as the Ponzi pyramid. Human stupidity has no limits, we must not forget this, friends.

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October 04, 2018, 02:12:24 PM
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I really disagree with you. I am also Vietnamese but I think the people of the government are working very hard to keep the country peaceful and prosperous. You are not in their position so you will not understand how much work they have to do. Do not look at a bad thing to judge an organization. Angry

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October 04, 2018, 02:47:32 PM
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Many people say the government is not interested in cryptocurrency. Many people think the government has prohibit
crypto to protect investors from risks. Maybe in your country, that's true. But in some countries, especially developing countries, the government just wants to rob your assets. They rob publicly, lawfully and as much as possible. they are really bandits.I'm not afraid what they do. Because we have many ways to fight them. But this world is not as simple as you think.They can kill you if you are demonstrating.
You can ask any vietnamese that : Do you support your government ? I bet 99% answer is never. 1% remaining I'm sure they are goverment employee or their family. Wink
Governments have always been a "legalized" source of violence. If you mind that system, you'd propably better live on an uninhabited island or the abandoned offshore platform like the people of the Principality of Sealand do.
You say government officials are bandits? Hah, say thanks you've never lived in the post Soviet Union states where contract killing became a norm in early and middle 90s.

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