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October 18, 2019, 06:39:11 AM
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what is SEC ?
necessary in mongolia or kamtchatka ?

SEC = Securities and Exchange Commission in the US.

"The SEC holds primary responsibility for enforcing the federal securities laws, proposing securities rules, and regulating the securities industry, the nation's stock and options exchanges, and other activities and organizations, including the electronic securities markets in the United States."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U.S._Securities_and_Exchange_Commission


does the law of united states apply to every country of the earth ?
there are about 180-200.
Any security that will be sold/used/created/exchanged in the US would probably be subject to the regulations one way or another. That applies for every country that has something similar to the SEC or applicable laws etc.

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October 18, 2019, 06:50:54 AM
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Any security that will be sold/used/created/exchanged in the US would probably be subject to the regulations one way or another. That applies for every country that has something similar to the SEC or applicable laws etc.

OK, what are those countries that have something similar to the SEC? are they numerous ?

does the SEC have juridisction on those foreign institutions?
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Any security that will be sold/used/created/exchanged in the US would probably be subject to the regulations one way or another. That applies for every country that has something similar to the SEC or applicable laws etc.

OK, what are those countries that have something similar to the SEC? are they numerous ?

does the SEC have juridisction on those foreign institutions?
Most countries are going to have something like the SEC unless they don't have something like wall street, stocks and bonds etc I would think as then they have no need for one.

SEC would not have direct jurisdiction but there are probably provisions in various treaties between countries and the US. There might even be some international laws that might apply in some cases.

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October 18, 2019, 09:45:10 AM
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Any security that will be sold/used/created/exchanged in the US would probably be subject to the regulations one way or another. That applies for every country that has something similar to the SEC or applicable laws etc.

OK, what are those countries that have something similar to the SEC? are they numerous ?

does the SEC have juridisction on those foreign institutions?
Most countries are going to have something like the SEC unless they don't have something like wall street, stocks and bonds etc I would think as then they have no need for one.

SEC would not have direct jurisdiction but there are probably provisions in various treaties between countries and the US. There might even be some international laws that might apply in some cases.


SEC / CFTC and IRS - US gov just have way longer arms across the entire globe, cause every reasonable (global) Business needs some US peaces - at least the USD.

They mostly collude very successful with any other gov's regulator  if they have to hunt sth / shut down illegal activities / Money / finance related. 

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October 18, 2019, 02:58:48 PM
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Today, the G7 has released its report on the impact of crypto and stablecoins worldwide.

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from https://www.bis.org/cpmi/publ/d187.pdf

The least we can say is that member countries are cautious about cryptomics, whatever they may be.

"The first wave of cryptoactives, of which Bitcoin is the best known, has so far failed both as a means of payment and as a store of value.
Bitcoin and its cryptographic congeners are therefore referred to their vile status as "highly speculative" assets roughly intended for "illicit activities".


Absolute mistrust of the stablecoins
Initial indiscretions about this report heralded the worst at the beginning of the week. We will therefore not be surprised, shocked or disappointed: Facebook's Libra project is also being torn to pieces, particularly because of the new risks that a stablecoin project would pose to the traditional financial system.

Stable corners therefore appear to be a possible threat to the members of the Group of Seven. Relying on fiduciary currencies, these emerging cryptos could make better copies than their original fiat currencies.

"No global stablecoin project should begin to work until adequate legal, regulatory and supervisory challenges and risks (...)[have been addressed], through appropriate designs and by adhering to clear and proportionate regulation. »


Even if the debates are therefore likely to be long and complex for the G7, there is still the possibility of considering digital central bank currencies:

"/...\ central banks, individually and collectively, must assess the relevance of issuing[adapted] digital currencies in terms of the costs and benefits to their respective jurisdictions".

A reflection that will probably take time, but is in the spirit of the times. It is now difficult to see a financial summit take place without comment on this subject: regulators on all sides will probably praise the merits of these digital currencies - controlled - for a while.

For those who do not know what the G7
Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, United Kingdom, United States and United States form the G7. These seven economic and industrial powers alone account for 40% of the world's GDP for 10% of the population. Russia, which had joined the club that became the G8 in 1997, was excluded. in 2014 after the annexation of Crimea. Since 1977, the European Union has been participates in summits as a guest. It is represented by the President of the European Commission. The first informal meeting was held in 1975 in Rambouillet bringing together 6 major countries, at the initiative of French President Valéry Giscard d'Estaing. Objective: To face together the first oil shock that occurred in 1973, and the crisis in the international monetary system. The willingness  to formalize annual summits was ratified in 1976. The group, joined by Canada, then becomes the "G7".

Optius: There is a Y7 for Youth 7, a summit that brings together a delegation of young people under 30 years of age from each G7 and European Union countries. Together, they develop recommendations for leaders of State and Government to draw their attention to the concerns of their generation. This year, France has launched the "U7", the G7 of the universities.

Rest assured that this is not a life sentence. The world is changing and evolving, at some point just like dinosaurs all will be obsolete (same for BTC). Crypto will survive them (BSV), history will tell. Fpr 2019 this is a front, hides the fear of not controlling the whole puzzle. Crypto-skepticism is a decoy

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October 18, 2019, 04:08:09 PM
Last edit: October 18, 2019, 04:21:55 PM by Bitcoin SV
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BitcoinSV is the most undervalued asset EVER!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-tTbiIPY70

By the way, Bitcoin SV and it's founder are reliable, open & transparent. Bitcoin & Satoshi - is an shady group of indian coders, there are non-transparent and anonymous.

That's why Bitcoin SV - is Original Bitcoin. Open, Reliable & Transparent.

That's the way it is

Bitcoin is an obsolete and will be die slowly and painfully

Payments & Privacy: New Inventions for Bitcoin SV
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WAURtybHXg

Bitcoin SV. Future is coming soon
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October 18, 2019, 05:48:02 PM
Last edit: October 18, 2019, 05:58:08 PM by Bitcoin SV
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Newbs beware!!!!
Exactly! Newbs! Beware of spammers like nutildah which is offering his translational services
So that's how you earn moneys. Paid ann bumpers who collaborates with paid ann-projects
You will not get a penny from us! We are transparent and do not need for paid promoters creating lie by artificial opinions
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October 18, 2019, 05:58:21 PM
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BSV is not BTC (bitcoin).
BTC is just a platform for other forks. BSV is Original Bitcoin.

You will not get a penny from us! We are transparent and do not need for paid promoters creating lie by artificial opinions
Our personal list of these spammers and his alts:
malevolent, Hueristic, yogg, nutildah, TwitchySeal, mosprognoz, Bthd, ChiBitCTy, CryptopreneurBrainboss, dkbit98, DireWolfM14, dragonvslinux, lighpulsar07, notblox1, Nomar

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October 18, 2019, 06:08:57 PM
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BSV is not BTC (bitcoin).
BSV is Original Bitcoin. BTC is just a platform for other forks

You will not get a penny from us! We are transparent and do not need for paid promoters creating lie by artificial opinions
Our personal list of these spammers and his alts:
malevolent, Hueristic, yogg, nutildah, TwitchySeal, mosprognoz, Bthd, ChiBitCTy, CryptopreneurBrainboss, dkbit98, DireWolfM14, dragonvslinux, lighpulsar07, notblox1, Nomar


I trust all listed above
These users just a trolls who have failed to beggar our project for money. What a pity. They are paid promoters of many ANN'S
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October 18, 2019, 06:17:47 PM
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Your paranoid.  None of these people are paid . You once again are deluded
You're beggars. My PM is full of your spam offering a translation services from indian coders

We are do not needs your services. Nutildah, Ejarwan and other indan coders. Don't spam everywhere

So that's why you freaks out
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October 19, 2019, 02:56:42 AM
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Bitcoin s idea is to get rid of middle men

So it is of no use to discuss ppl and what they want to change / demand what Bitcoin should be.

Bitcoin was defined to work as is.


No middle should change that

Better try to see behind why ppl try to alter it or say it does not work as designed

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October 19, 2019, 04:16:20 AM
Last edit: October 19, 2019, 04:27:49 AM by Bitcoin SV
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Satoshi Nakamoto - just a pseudonymous
Craig Wright - is real person

BTC is not the same already. Nowadays it's just a platform for other forks. Everything flows, everything changes.

Only retards like nutildah lagged in time. You cannot stop progress

Bitcoin SV - is Original Bitcoin. Future is in large blocks. You cannot stop us. BTC will be die slowly and painfully

Click here to oppose to trolls:
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Roadmap
The Bitcoin SV project begins by restoring what was the original Bitcoin protocol. We embrace the fact that Satoshi used script as a predicate to enable functionalities that go hand in hand, and beyond the function of cash. Re-enabled Satoshi op_codes provide the methods needed for smart contracts, tokenisation and other advanced technical functions to be done on BSV. The original protocol has what Bitcoin needs to thrive, and should be allowed to flourish without constant changes.

Once restored, the Satoshi protocol needs to remain stable. The protocol should be locked down except for any critical security fixes that might be required. This stability will give enterprises of the world confidence to build their applications and projects on top of BSV. Just like the Internet lives on a protocol that has changed very little since its beginning and allows businesses to reliably plan long term projects on the platform, the Bitcoin SV blockchain will provide the same stability.

The next key pillar is to ignite massive scalability on the BSV blockchain according to future market needs, rather than just viewing current payment transaction volume. Potential demand is a function of supply (among other things) and we intend to provide the capacity for BSV to act as the foundation for the entire financial world and many other industries. Major enterprises want to know the blockchain has sufficient scale for their projects before they commit significant resources and time to build on BSV. Miners needs massive scaling to earn more money from transaction fees in order to offset the block reward halving over time. Therefore, block-size limits need to be many magnitudes bigger than current throughput demand and ultimately allow for unlimited growth.

Along the way, security is always important to Bitcoin SV’s roadmap. By making sure the necessary optimisations, testing and quality assurance steps are in place, we allow nodes to mine big blocks and scale to global market demands in a safe and reliable manner.

An excellent payment experience is also needed. The Bitcoin SV project will work on both measurement and improvement of the safety of 0-conf transactions, fast transaction propagation, and miner-configurable fee policies.

The table below outlines the roadmap of development.

https://bitcoinsv.io/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/roadmap-1019x1024.png
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October 19, 2019, 07:10:58 AM
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REMINDER THAT A JUDGE DECLARED THAT CRAIG WRIGHT IS A LIAR AND A FRAUD






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#9 at coinmarketcap

Bitcoin SV $90.92 USD +3.05%

Trolls can't sink us a whole year. Every day we grow stronger. Your pathetic efforts are so funny and ridiculous

Theymos on our side. Your efforts is futile.

DANGER
SCAM
LIAR
Scam can't be in ninth place at coinmarketcap. That's why BSV is Original Bitcoin.

Bitcoin is dead. Satoshi - are indian hackers.

Only BSV saves a cryptoecosysytem
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Theymos on our side. Your efforts is futile.

I highly doubt that. Not after Craig said this in court:

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Hydra was worse than Silk Road. The nature of Hydra that Theymos wanted was as a mechanism to have children exchange hard drugs for pornographic photographs.

That's such hideous bullshit. I don't know how anybody could take Craig seriously after having told such disgusting lies (among many, many others) in a court of law. You should be ashamed for continuing to promote his scam on this forum. Don't confuse theymos valuing freedom of speech for being on the side of one of the biggest conmen the crypto world has ever seen.

Scam can't be in ninth place at coinmarketcap.


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I highly doubt that. Not after Craig said this in court:

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Hydra was worse than Silk Road. The nature of Hydra that Theymos wanted was as a mechanism to have children exchange hard drugs for pornographic photographs.

That's such hideous bullshit. I don't know how anybody could take Craig seriously after having told such disgusting lies (among many, many others) in a court of law. You should be ashamed for continuing to promote his scam on this forum. Don't confuse theymos valuing freedom of speech for being on the side of one of the biggest conmen the crypto world has ever seen.
This is part of big game. Standart rhetoric of CSW. For Theymos - this is just a set of kindergarten words
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October 19, 2019, 01:06:56 PM
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Update

Bitcoin SV - is Original Bitcoin
Craig Wright - is founder of Original Bitcoin

Bitcoin - is an obsolete platform for multiple forks
Satoshi Nakamoto - are group of indian coders
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What is the deadline for Craig to pay 50% of his BTC holdings to Kleiman's family?
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October 19, 2019, 01:38:34 PM
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Update

Bitcoin SV - is Original Bitcoin
Craig Wright - is founder of Original Bitcoin

Bitcoin - is an obsolete platform for multiple forks
Satoshi Nakamoto - are group of indian coders

McAfee finally admits

https://mobile.twitter.com/officialmcafee/status/1185253406513995776

Salami tactics. Soon he comes out full truth?

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October 19, 2019, 03:35:28 PM
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Dr Craig Wright Fireside Chat CC Forum Conference London 2019
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LsDehf2Wgw

To my mind, it is one of the most promising projects now. I will definitely take part in it.  Good luck to devs!
Thank you! So it happened! Nowadays BSV is one of the most popular cryptocurrencies! #9 in coinmarketcap!
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