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October 30, 2017, 09:20:31 AM
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the FBI reported they seized the silk road bitcoin, then the bitcoin by U.S. Marshals Service sold in public auctions.
So this meaning bitcoin is legal and can be traded freely in all US ?
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October 30, 2017, 10:50:26 AM
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Bitcoin has never been illegal in the US. Why would it be? All it is is software at heart.

It does however have value so to be traded freely it's going to be subject to regulations. By the looks of things there are plenty of parts of the US where being compliant with that is far more trouble than it's worth.

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