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June 17, 2020, 07:58:23 AM
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The ability to pay taxes with cryptocurrency seems to be the most obvious step to farther legalization of crypto. it is a really good idea.
in my opinion, CRYPTO ALREADY RECEIVES a sufficient level of recognition on this day and age

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June 17, 2020, 08:01:19 AM
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One of the topics that is now very actively moving amid all the news about the coronavirus is total surveillance. countries can introduce this in large cities, having received all the data from a smartphone, navigation and cameras.
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June 17, 2020, 08:04:48 AM
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One of the topics that is now very actively moving amid all the news about the coronavirus is total surveillance. countries can introduce this in large cities, having received all the data from a smartphone, navigation and cameras.
if this is introduced everywhere, what will be the consequences for citizens and does it look like a new state order? Since if the virus suddenly recedes, the states are unlikely to give up control over every citizen.

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June 17, 2020, 08:08:33 AM
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One of the topics that is now very actively moving amid all the news about the coronavirus is total surveillance. countries can introduce this in large cities, having received all the data from a smartphone, navigation and cameras.
if this is introduced everywhere, what will be the consequences for citizens and does it look like a new state order? Since if the virus suddenly recedes, the states are unlikely to give up control over every citizen.

Too much data is too little data. If they follow everyone, then they do not follow anyone.
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June 17, 2020, 08:11:07 AM
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One of the topics that is now very actively moving amid all the news about the coronavirus is total surveillance. countries can introduce this in large cities, having received all the data from a smartphone, navigation and cameras.
if this is introduced everywhere, what will be the consequences for citizens and does it look like a new state order? Since if the virus suddenly recedes, the states are unlikely to give up control over every citizen.

Too much data is too little data. If they follow everyone, then they do not follow anyone.

you didn't really calm me down.

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June 17, 2020, 08:15:04 AM
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One of the topics that is now very actively moving amid all the news about the coronavirus is total surveillance. countries can introduce this in large cities, having received all the data from a smartphone, navigation and cameras.
if this is introduced everywhere, what will be the consequences for citizens and does it look like a new state order? Since if the virus suddenly recedes, the states are unlikely to give up control over every citizen.

Too much data is too little data. If they follow everyone, then they do not follow anyone.

you didn't really calm me down.
it is just an array of data. one must understand that to a significant extent this will hit just those who will introduce IT. so maybe you should delete your facebook account and calm down.
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June 17, 2020, 08:18:25 AM
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One of the topics that is now very actively moving amid all the news about the coronavirus is total surveillance. countries can introduce this in large cities, having received all the data from a smartphone, navigation and cameras.
if this is introduced everywhere, what will be the consequences for citizens and does it look like a new state order? Since if the virus suddenly recedes, the states are unlikely to give up control over every citizen.

Too much data is too little data. If they follow everyone, then they do not follow anyone.

you didn't really calm me down.
it is just an array of data. one must understand that to a significant extent this will hit just those who will introduce IT. so maybe you should delete your facebook account and calm down.

for totalitarian countries, such surveillance will have a huge number of advantages for the existing regime, because any person can become guilty, at any moment necessary for the state. Since the laws are written in such a way that they will be violated in any way. And when it is necessary - any person will instantly fall under either administrative or criminal prosecution.

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June 17, 2020, 08:21:07 AM
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One of the topics that is now very actively moving amid all the news about the coronavirus is total surveillance. countries can introduce this in large cities, having received all the data from a smartphone, navigation and cameras.
if this is introduced everywhere, what will be the consequences for citizens and does it look like a new state order? Since if the virus suddenly recedes, the states are unlikely to give up control over every citizen.

Too much data is too little data. If they follow everyone, then they do not follow anyone.

you didn't really calm me down.
it is just an array of data. one must understand that to a significant extent this will hit just those who will introduce IT. so maybe you should delete your facebook account and calm down.

for totalitarian countries, such surveillance will have a huge number of advantages for the existing regime, because any person can become guilty, at any moment necessary for the state. Since the laws are written in such a way that they will be violated in any way. And when it is necessary - any person will instantly fall under either administrative or criminal prosecution.
This is a struggle of a unipolar and multipolar world. If the world is unipolar, then surveillance, and chipping, and slavery will be inevitable.
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June 17, 2020, 08:24:18 AM
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Many talk about developing a national cryptocurrency. bu I think governments will not use cryptocurrency until they find out how to control it..
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June 17, 2020, 08:27:11 AM
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Many talk about developing a national cryptocurrency. bu I think governments will not use cryptocurrency until they find out how to control it..

By and large, no one needs the government  to use Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency. To begin with, it will be enough for the state to allow at the official level to store, buy, sell, mine, change, etc. That is, cryptocurrency must have an official status. just like we have it in the US
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June 17, 2020, 08:30:44 AM
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Many talk about developing a national cryptocurrency. bu I think governments will not use cryptocurrency until they find out how to control it..

By and large, no one needs the government  to use Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency. To begin with, it will be enough for the state to allow at the official level to store, buy, sell, mine, change, etc. That is, cryptocurrency must have an official status. just like we have it in the US

An official status for cryptocurrencies can only appear (in my opinion) when the state levies all cryptocurrency transactions with taxes, adds full identification of citizens and makes an exchange only through official, state exchangers.
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June 17, 2020, 08:33:53 AM
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Many talk about developing a national cryptocurrency. bu I think governments will not use cryptocurrency until they find out how to control it..

By and large, no one needs the government  to use Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency. To begin with, it will be enough for the state to allow at the official level to store, buy, sell, mine, change, etc. That is, cryptocurrency must have an official status. just like we have it in the US

An official status for cryptocurrencies can only appear (in my opinion) when the state levies all cryptocurrency transactions with taxes, adds full identification of citizens and makes an exchange only through official, state exchangers.

I do not think that even having received the status - something will change dramatically for cryptocurrencies.
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June 17, 2020, 08:36:54 AM
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Many talk about developing a national cryptocurrency. bu I think governments will not use cryptocurrency until they find out how to control it..

By and large, no one needs the government  to use Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency. To begin with, it will be enough for the state to allow at the official level to store, buy, sell, mine, change, etc. That is, cryptocurrency must have an official status. just like we have it in the US

An official status for cryptocurrencies can only appear (in my opinion) when the state levies all cryptocurrency transactions with taxes, adds full identification of citizens and makes an exchange only through official, state exchangers.

I do not think that even having received the status - something will change dramatically for cryptocurrencies.

when adopting some kind of law, in particular, on the “digital assets”, the task is to rip off citizens for taxes and, potentially, bring under either administrative or criminal legislation.
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June 17, 2020, 08:39:54 AM
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Bitcoin will not achieve mass acceptance by society and will not become a popular means of payment. One of the reasons for this is the lack of desire for Apple and Google to interact with cryptocurrency apps.

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June 17, 2020, 08:42:21 AM
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Bitcoin will not achieve mass acceptance by society and will not become a popular means of payment. One of the reasons for this is the lack of desire for Apple and Google to interact with cryptocurrency apps.
Another reason is rejection of digital money by leading services such as YouTube. there was a time when it began blocking cryptocurrency related videos, defining them as “malicious or dangerous content.” For the same reason, Vitalik Buterin video about the Ethereum roadmap recorded in 2016 was deleted.
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June 17, 2020, 08:45:40 AM
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Bitcoin will not achieve mass acceptance by society and will not become a popular means of payment. One of the reasons for this is the lack of desire for Apple and Google to interact with cryptocurrency apps.
Another reason is rejection of digital money by leading services such as YouTube. there was a time when it began blocking cryptocurrency related videos, defining them as “malicious or dangerous content.” For the same reason, Vitalik Buterin video about the Ethereum roadmap recorded in 2016 was deleted.
No less important factor is the failure of banks to carry out operations with digital money.

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June 17, 2020, 08:49:09 AM
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Bitcoin will not achieve mass acceptance by society and will not become a popular means of payment. One of the reasons for this is the lack of desire for Apple and Google to interact with cryptocurrency apps.
Another reason is rejection of digital money by leading services such as YouTube. there was a time when it began blocking cryptocurrency related videos, defining them as “malicious or dangerous content.” For the same reason, Vitalik Buterin video about the Ethereum roadmap recorded in 2016 was deleted.
No less important factor is the failure of banks to carry out operations with digital money.
this can only be a matter of time. for example, the German parliament approved a bill that will allow financial institutions to provide services with crypto.
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June 17, 2020, 08:52:43 AM
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Bitcoin will not achieve mass acceptance by society and will not become a popular means of payment. One of the reasons for this is the lack of desire for Apple and Google to interact with cryptocurrency apps.
Another reason is rejection of digital money by leading services such as YouTube. there was a time when it began blocking cryptocurrency related videos, defining them as “malicious or dangerous content.” For the same reason, Vitalik Buterin video about the Ethereum roadmap recorded in 2016 was deleted.
No less important factor is the failure of banks to carry out operations with digital money.
this can only be a matter of time. for example, the German parliament approved a bill that will allow financial institutions to provide services with crypto.
I think bitcoin will not be able to become a reliable currency due to technical difficulties.
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June 17, 2020, 08:56:03 AM
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Bitcoin will not achieve mass acceptance by society and will not become a popular means of payment. One of the reasons for this is the lack of desire for Apple and Google to interact with cryptocurrency apps.
Another reason is rejection of digital money by leading services such as YouTube. there was a time when it began blocking cryptocurrency related videos, defining them as “malicious or dangerous content.” For the same reason, Vitalik Buterin video about the Ethereum roadmap recorded in 2016 was deleted.
No less important factor is the failure of banks to carry out operations with digital money.
this can only be a matter of time. for example, the German parliament approved a bill that will allow financial institutions to provide services with crypto.
I think bitcoin will not be able to become a reliable currency due to technical difficulties.

I read that a venture capitalist Tim Draper thinks bitcoin ate will rise to $250 k by the end of 2022. and this guys they know this kind of stuff. the funny thing is that he thinks one of the reasons for the rise will be its wide distribution in the world as a means of payment. anyways, some of us are clearly wrong...
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June 17, 2020, 09:00:19 AM
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It will be more profitable for entrepreneurs to work with digital money rather than using systems such as Mastercard and Visa, because this will help save on commissions. Suddenly, retailers will realize that they don’t need to pay % to banks every time someone pays with a credit card.
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