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Author Topic: Bitcoin as a property right and Legal grounds of regulating cryptocurrencies.  (Read 24 times)
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February 06, 2018, 02:04:15 PM
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We often hear about regulations and restrictions of cryptocurrencies but we don't know exactly the legal grounds of its restrictions,May it be unconstitutional? Property right is our constitutional right and noone can restrict it without legitimate reason,By this right people can make profit-oriented actions,which are not prohibited.We may agree that its necessary to implement general norms about this but why goverments need to ban it? Is their legitimate reason criminal? but this 'problem' can be easily solved,because they can prevent anonymous trading.

So why did I open this topic? I just want to know will lawyers can do something against this? or Are their actions against cryptocurrencies justified legally?

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