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November 10, 2017, 02:34:17 AM
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This is a really good thing for Italy. I guess they are coming to their senses if they want to become a world power again, they are going to have to keep stacking reserves of BTC. This will put them in a position of power so of course they're going to allow people to start transacting in it in the country. Let's see what other countries start doing in the short term.

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November 10, 2017, 02:46:23 AM
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I’ve just read this:

“Italian auction house Sant'Agostino said on Wednesday that bidders at its next sale will be able to settle up in Bitcoin, a world first according to the auctioneers.
Early next week, around 600 Italian and foreign design objects, mostly pieces of furniture, will go under the hammer at Sant'Agostino and "Bitcoins will be accepted as payment", the Turin auction house said in a statement.
Paying with the crypto currency will also be allowed at the following auction at the end of November which will feature paintings, jewellery and watches...”

Source: https://www.thelocal.it/20171019/italian-auction-bitcoin

Another small step through normalization and spreading of bitcoin use.

this is good news because it will be easier to use bitcoin, and certainly the bitcoin price will increase, hopefully in other countries bitcoin can also be accepted as a means of payment.

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November 10, 2017, 06:19:25 AM
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I’ve just read this:

“Italian auction house Sant'Agostino said on Wednesday that bidders at its next sale will be able to settle up in Bitcoin, a world first according to the auctioneers.
Early next week, around 600 Italian and foreign design objects, mostly pieces of furniture, will go under the hammer at Sant'Agostino and "Bitcoins will be accepted as payment", the Turin auction house said in a statement.
Paying with the crypto currency will also be allowed at the following auction at the end of November which will feature paintings, jewellery and watches...”

Source: https://www.thelocal.it/20171019/italian-auction-bitcoin

Another small step through normalization and spreading of bitcoin use.


i think it will attract more people especially for bitcoin user which want to try this bid and i think that this event will get success because i see in italia, people come from many country and they visiting italia because italia is one of the exotic country. and with this news, i think soon we can see that there is more country will doing the same like italia so bitcoin itself will be grow in many places. if i have more money, then i think i will visiting italia too to see how its look like.

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