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October 20, 2017, 03:41:34 PM
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i wonder if theoretically is it possible for governments to stop the crypto market? i read about 51% attack and it seems that even if a government want to do that it may cost few billions and most likely they will be able to 'hurt' the blockchain for short time and then it won't affect anymore. can you share here in which scenarios it's possible to stop the crypto market?

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