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March 13, 2018, 10:54:05 PM
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my country is currently no problem with cryptocurrency, but in some time ago there was an issue to ban bitcoin and crypto. but now there is no issue whatsoever and cryptocurrency can be free in trading in my country.

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March 13, 2018, 10:56:13 PM
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My country is now adapting to crypto and blockchain technology, it might even accept crypto as a mode of payment with almost everything since we can pay our bills already with bitcoin and ethereum.

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March 13, 2018, 10:56:23 PM
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I'm curious, how big are cryptos in your country? Are they still collectively referred to as bitcoin, or do news reports and local media actually dive into their merit and the difference between coins, projects, companies etc. I'm from Canada and most of the current news is wavering between reports of malware installing mining agents and the Canadian Security Exchange cracking down on ICO sales.
In my country bitcoin is not really popular but the people using cryptocurrency here is riaing although the news media here mention bitcoin once but they didn't mention it again although the government had already accepted bitcoin as another payment processor and they already set their regulations in it. I think people here will adopt it soon but this will take time since bitcoin isn't discussed often in mainstream media in my country.

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March 13, 2018, 11:23:17 PM
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I'm curious, how big are cryptos in your country? Are they still collectively referred to as bitcoin, or do news reports and local media actually dive into their merit and the difference between coins, projects, companies etc. I'm from Canada and most of the current news is wavering between reports of malware installing mining agents and the Canadian Security Exchange cracking down on ICO sales.
Cryptos are not common in my country and even with that, the few who think they know cryptos think of everything to be bitcoin. If you asked someone what ethereum is, he or she is 90% likely to say it is a type of bitcoin. There is not much information about cryptos over here.

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March 13, 2018, 11:54:37 PM
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I'm curious, how big are cryptos in your country? Are they still collectively referred to as bitcoin, or do news reports and local media actually dive into their merit and the difference between coins, projects, companies etc. I'm from Canada and most of the current news is wavering between reports of malware installing mining agents and the Canadian Security Exchange cracking down on ICO sales.

Cryptocurrencies are not that big in my country. But it is better and bigger today compared to how it is before... as they began to acknowledge cryptocurrencies starting with Ethereum (ETH). Our country acknowledges and regulates Bitcoin already and recently, the application/wallet used here in our country (that is linked and under our Central bank), already included an Ethereum wallet update to it, it just requires a very small fee (in fiat) to create that wallet and that's fine. I was looking forward if they will (in the future) establish token support in their wallet just like in myetherwallet.

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March 13, 2018, 11:55:19 PM
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I'm curious, how big are cryptos in your country? Are they still collectively referred to as bitcoin, or do news reports and local media actually dive into their merit and the difference between coins, projects, companies etc. I'm from Canada and most of the current news is wavering between reports of malware installing mining agents and the Canadian Security Exchange cracking down on ICO sales.
Cryptos are not common in my country and even with that, the few who think they know cryptos think of everything to be bitcoin. If you asked someone what ethereum is, he or she is 90% likely to say it is a type of bitcoin. There is not much information about cryptos over here.
In Russia, every second knows what cryptocurrency are and there is nothing good in it, more people, less oxygen = (

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March 13, 2018, 11:56:50 PM
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In my country cryptos is not yet well known but I heared it from the young adults or some student know this, this not yet introduce in media or the goverment, maybe if is well known many Filipinos will join.

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March 13, 2018, 11:59:08 PM
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I'm curious, how big are cryptos in your country? Are they still collectively referred to as bitcoin, or do news reports and local media actually dive into their merit and the difference between coins, projects, companies etc. I'm from Canada and most of the current news is wavering between reports of malware installing mining agents and the Canadian Security Exchange cracking down on ICO sales.



I'm not sure how many percentage using bitcoin herein my country i think is only 1 to 2 percent of population so far knows the bitcoin,..
The situation of bitcoin today herein my country is legit and also i as know the cryptocurrency or virtual currency are discussing in the congress how to regulate bitcoin., because have an issue about scammers, the media delivered news for cryptocurrency are in the bad side. So far I can't answer about the malware and ico's situation here in my country. I know ico investing are profitable.

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March 14, 2018, 12:00:15 AM
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France is so retarded. Still a lot to do.
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March 14, 2018, 12:02:28 AM
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I'm curious, how big are cryptos in your country? Are they still collectively referred to as bitcoin, or do news reports and local media actually dive into their merit and the difference between coins, projects, companies etc. I'm from Canada and most of the current news is wavering between reports of malware installing mining agents and the Canadian Security Exchange cracking down on ICO sales.
well in Russia people are mostly towards on the bad side of cryptos they don't see it as a good thing  Sad
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March 14, 2018, 12:07:52 AM
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To be honest here in the Philippines as always got the late news, but they are aware of this bitcoin just not ready to embrass it. A few have invested in bitcoin or cryptocurrency not to mention of Manny Pacquiao @ https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3118629.msg32234651#msg32234651 and other local artists who are still not ready to let the world know. Who knows who since that latest new about China that was using cryptocurrency for their malicious ways money laundering.

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March 14, 2018, 12:16:56 AM
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It's getting bigger every day. We had a lot of successful ICOs and people are learning about cryptocurrencies and their pros every day. Our blockchain companies are forming alliances and cooperating with the government to enforce regulation which would stabilise the whole crypto scene here.

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March 14, 2018, 12:27:30 AM
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Popularitas of crypto in my country just began, more and more people here jump in to cryptocurrency, although Bitcoin and others crypto not regulated yet here but many people use it to buy good and service in everyday life.

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March 14, 2018, 12:28:04 AM
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I'm curious, how big are cryptos in your country? Are they still collectively referred to as bitcoin, or do news reports and local media actually dive into their merit and the difference between coins, projects, companies etc. I'm from Canada and most of the current news is wavering between reports of malware installing mining agents and the Canadian Security Exchange cracking down on ICO sales.
actually in my country enthusiasts and investors crypto very much but the government in my country has not fully legalize crypto currency or the like to make transactions therefore many investors who doubt the development of crypto in my country

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March 14, 2018, 12:32:17 AM
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my country and crypto have a relationship that is not good because it still prohibits u.s. coins I especially to Transact, but there is little good news if the crypto to trade could still be allowed. so inevitably must follow the rules of what is in my country.

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March 14, 2018, 12:39:07 AM
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I can not buy anything for crypto currency in my country, but many people will use farms for mining)The President issued an edict until June 1 to develop regulations for regulating. Who knows, can legalize Undecided

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March 14, 2018, 12:50:04 AM
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my country is currently no problem with cryptocurrency, but in some time ago there was an issue to ban bitcoin and crypto. but now there is no issue whatsoever and cryptocurrency can be free in trading in my country.

That's good to hear that the government in your country did not continue to ban bitcoin in your country, With that many would be willing to become a member of this oraganizzation sooner.

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March 14, 2018, 01:17:22 AM
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I'm curious, how big are cryptos in your country? Are they still collectively referred to as bitcoin, or do news reports and local media actually dive into their merit and the difference between coins, projects, companies etc. I'm from Canada and most of the current news is wavering between reports of malware installing mining agents and the Canadian Security Exchange cracking down on ICO sales.
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March 14, 2018, 01:21:04 AM
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I'm curious, how big are cryptos in your country? Are they still collectively referred to as bitcoin, or do news reports and local media actually dive into their merit and the difference between coins, projects, companies etc. I'm from Canada and most of the current news is wavering between reports of malware installing mining agents and the Canadian Security Exchange cracking down on ICO sales.
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March 14, 2018, 01:21:39 AM
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I'm curious, how big are cryptos in your country? Are they still collectively referred to as bitcoin, or do news reports and local media actually dive into their merit and the difference between coins, projects, companies etc. I'm from Canada and most of the current news is wavering between reports of malware installing mining agents and the Canadian Security Exchange cracking down on ICO sales.
I come from China. Although ico has been banned in our country, many people still participate in ico through other channels.
And many times you will find a lot of people are deceived.
People in our country feel that Bitcoin is at two extremes.

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