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July 29, 2013, 11:17:57 PM
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Long overdue. Looks like this is just the beginning. People have started treating btc as money which is good in a way.. but bad in more number of ways.

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July 31, 2013, 08:22:09 PM
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You gotta laugh... based on the fact there are no laws governing bitcoin, that makes it illegal...eh?

There was me thinking that everything is legal unless it is expressly made illegal by legislation. Question is can i legally eat jam donuts without permission from the government,
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Just read the news. I know the particular website they are talking about https://bitcoin.co.th/.  I couldn't expect different from Thailand. They are always restricting people to do anything. Especially business for foreigners and their strict immigration policies. I think there are still plenty of countries around here to focus. Singapore, Malaysia, Myanmar etc, Hong Kong, Macau. what you think.

From a friend in Thailand.

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