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July 12, 2018, 02:10:06 AM
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Turkey has confirmed that Bitcoin is legal
  The 2013 release concludes that bitcoin is not considered electronic money under Turkish law and therefore supervision can not be made within the framework of the law.
  Although Turkey has not updated its official view on bitcoin since 2013, the Turkish Banking Supervision Authority and the Supervisory Authority have announced that they will seek to prevent the use of the methodology. Alternative spending such as bitcoin, ethereum and surfing for illegal gambling activities is an initiative aimed at suppressing the black gambling market.
  In August last year, Turkey's BTCturk trading floor announced a shutdown due to its inability to find bank partners - suggesting that regardless of the legal status of Bitcoin in Turkey, Domestic financial institutions remain hesitant to cooperate with businesses.
  Project MiaVita Beytepe has been involved in a number of market properties that have been listed for sale in exchange for bitcoin in recent months. In the last week, a house in Austin, Texas was sold in exchange for bitcoin. A London home was also offered for sale at a minimum bid of 500 bucks last week. Earlier this month, Michelle Mone and Douglas Barrowman announced plans to sell 1,133 Dubai apartments in exchange for bitcoin, along with the Bitpay and Knox Group, with 40 tower apartments set to become Dubai's first apartments. valuation and sale in exchange for an electronic payment solution. This year also has two properties located in the Canadian city of Coquitlam listed on Craigslist of Hong Kong in exchange for bitcoin.
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July 12, 2018, 02:35:14 AM
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Turkey, has announced that the luxury apartments can be bought with Bitcoin that is the good news from Turkish investors you can be happy when I hear the good news that I love to buy home by bitcoin
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July 12, 2018, 03:55:56 AM
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Unfortunately, i do not think that Turkey is going to change much in here, it might be a good country, but it does not affect the global economic system, so maybe this is unrelevant for most of the people in here (including me) But it's good for turkey users.

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July 16, 2018, 08:57:52 AM
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This means that many countries and costumes will continue to trade bitcoin. In only a few statistics, only 45% of respondents believe that digital money will soon become the primary means of payment on the Internet.
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July 17, 2018, 08:49:16 PM
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Turkey is the largest place where so many people support Bitcoin. 45% of respondents believe that digital currencies will soon become the main means of payment on the Internet
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July 17, 2018, 09:11:58 PM
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There are some restaurants that accept bitcoin as payment. I have seen some construction companies selling apartments for the bitcoin. In the near future i hope to see a few sellers who sell goods for bitcoin.
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