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February 28, 2018, 08:59:58 PM
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Bitcoin is a type of property that the state is almost impossible to manage. It is difficult to identify transactions and tax is only calculated at the main trading platform.
Therefore, it is difficult for the court to protect the interests of the trader

I don't really see much difficulty in it. I think the issue is the various government have not really taken a stand point on the life of cryptocurrency either individually or as a body or union to control it. Off course, any moment regulations starts, that will mean acceptance and legal means, both taxes would be set up.
If they are still on a neutral phase then having these court cases isnt really still possible or wont really be considered since they dont have any idea on how cryptocurrency works and most of all it cant be controlled nor tracked when it comes to recent transactions do happen.This file cases scenarios will really happen into taxation side or into some crime situation but not too general to this field.


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March 01, 2018, 01:54:26 PM
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Bitcoin has a decentralized form so how can we sue a person without any physical form or not even exist and bitcoin is not yet legalized, I think we should always take care who we trust because now a days there are so many scamer.
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