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February 23, 2011, 06:15:02 AM

<necrodearia> Has there been any effort to establish bitcoin to be included in ?
<necrodearia> Contact them and suggest to add support for bitcoin?
<necrodearia> durr
<necrodearia> Apparently ISO fails at making an email link
<necrodearia> Technology moves on - what about ISO standards?
<necrodearia> wow, from 2008 is free
<necrodearia> but from last month is not
<necrodearia> 7th edition
<necrodearia> contact @
<necrodearia> Otherwise if someone lives in Switzerland or can call  +41 58 399 4255 then perhaps they can be contacted locally or by phone
<necrodearia> There is no country or governmental entity to support or back a currency.  e.g. no government agency to contact ISO non-governmental organization to influence or convince them to add the currency to their standards.
<necrodearia> There is only us, individuals that are participative in using and accepting Bitcoin.
<necrodearia> So, I suggest or recommend many of us collectively contact the ISO and express to them to add it to their standards and also spread the word to others to do the same until they accept it?

Maybe if ISO accepts payment in Bitcoins for buying their latest standard revisions or supporting them with donations, they will add it to their standards? ^_^
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