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emilia79
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November 05, 2013, 10:20:30 PM
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Hi everybody,

I wonder how *-coins are seen by central banks/governments:

1) Is it seen as a money, a currency, an annoying mosquito ?

2) what could happen if a country buy and then sell big amounts of coins (maybe seized from a laundry company ;-)     ) ? did it already happen ?


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November 05, 2013, 10:25:33 PM
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2) what could happen if a country buy and then sell big amounts of coins (maybe seized from a laundry company ;-)     ) ? did it already happen ?


I doubt it happened already but if future I believe it may be the case because seized items are auctioned regularly (if not illegal items, these are destroyed)
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November 05, 2013, 11:10:50 PM
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Yes, that was one of my points ... it is electronic, and I don't think there is a procedure to officially destroy non-material devices !

I think for a lot of countries, we are in a not legally defined zone... Wait and see !
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