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November 10, 2017, 11:25:00 AM
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These days curious information appeared: Switzerland is going to invest money into Crimea. They want to cooperate with this annexed territory and even deal with Russian and Crimean cryptomarket.
You opinion about future of these projects?

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November 10, 2017, 12:51:13 PM
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These days curious information appeared: Switzerland is going to invest money into Crimea. They want to cooperate with this annexed territory and even deal with Russian and Crimean cryptomarket.
You opinion about future of these projects?

I don`t trust such news.By "Switzerland" you mean what?Swiss banks,the Swiss government,Swiss companies?In what business they are going to invest money?I don`t believe that a "Crimean cryptomarket"
exists.I want more people in both Switzerland and Russia to adopt cryptocurrencies,but the russian economy is under pressure and people in Russia are under the reign of a not so crypto-friendly government.
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November 22, 2017, 09:57:02 AM
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Crimean crypto-what?
I'm not sure people there even heard about bitcoin or blockchain. They learn to live in the new day-to-day realities.

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November 22, 2017, 09:59:19 AM
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Crimean crypto-what?
I'm not sure people there even heard about bitcoin or blockchain. They learn to live in the new day-to-day realities.
totally agree! moreover, sanctions are not against Russia, they are against Putin's politics. so, they will be as long as Putin is the president.


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November 22, 2017, 10:26:58 AM
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These days curious information appeared: Switzerland is going to invest money into Crimea. They want to cooperate with this annexed territory and even deal with Russian and Crimean cryptomarket.
You opinion about future of these projects?
this investment project will make the bilateral relations between the two countries will heat up but on the other hand this investment will help the economy of the Russian government cream because of the crime that the territory in Russia
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November 22, 2017, 11:11:46 PM
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Last I heard crimea is a warzone. The most obvious explanation is this is intended as a form of political ploy or wartime tactic. Maybe they reached a deadlock and instead of violence banks in switzerland hope to gain a financial or economic foothold in crimea they can utilize to further their own goals. I hate to venture into conspiracy theories, here.

I'm not certain how much of crimea's financial or banking infrastructure is destroyed. Its possible there's a simple business opportunity to provide crimeans with a means of reliable financial transactions due to destruction of infrastructure. Circumstances there could be similar to africa in that regard.

AFAIK this shouldn't have any effect on sanctions. In the past western foreign policy often had an end goal of dividing russia and china. Sanctions against russia have done the opposite bringing russia and china closer together, making them stronger allies. Economic sanctions are also considered an act of war in some cases. Example: japan bombing pearl harbor during world war 2 was partially provoked by the USA passing economic sanctions against japan.

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November 22, 2017, 11:25:21 PM
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I don't believe it. None of the civilized countries would not cooperate with the territories which are under international sanctions. Maybe some company wants to try to circumvent these bans but then we will witness the scandals which were against the company Siemens. Reputation in the world is very expensive.
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