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November 30, 2017, 01:48:44 AM
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Very nice and good to read about bitcoin information provided by the contributors, even though some is outdated it helps a lot to know more about bitcoin.
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December 01, 2017, 11:52:47 AM
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Is there an updated list of court cases/complaints etc ?
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December 04, 2017, 05:50:34 AM
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нy нe знaю

What is this? A place to boost newbie accounts? I would prefer actual answer tbh...
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December 11, 2017, 12:06:34 PM
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I am not very much scared about taxing Cryptocurrencies, what I'm really scared is shutting them down as in China recently happened...
Dont be afraid when the government wants to turn off bitcoin as it happens in china. Actually, the government can never really close the bitcoin. Maybe to close some minning sites, the fauchet can. But can the government close the btc wallet account we have? Can't. As long as our btc wallet account is still active, we can still bitcoin transactions worldwide, because bitcoin transactions are not through the bank.
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December 26, 2017, 06:03:44 PM
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IMHO, if we want cryptocurrencies to succeed, we should start paying for "crypto-lobbyists", who influence decision making processes.
what do you think of this idea? (ofc, we would need to pay for lobbyists in Washington DC, Brussels, etc).
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January 04, 2018, 10:03:19 AM
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September 6, 2012
Location: New York City, NY USA

BitFloor files complaint with FBI and Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3).

Abstract: BitFloor suffered a security breach/hack in which about 24,000 BTC were stolen after access by the hacker was obtained to an unencrypted backup copy of the private keys hosted on BitFloor’s systems.  The exchange is essentially insolvent as a result and remains shuttered, except for facilitating withdrawals for the funds that weren’t stolen — the U.S. dollar balances, none of which were impacted as a result of the security breach.
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January 13, 2018, 07:38:27 PM
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https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-future-of-bitcoin-all-about-my-coin-book#/

This guy say he is the founder. ( What is this "MY coin" ). What do you think? Its a scam or not?
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January 13, 2018, 11:04:38 PM
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[Update Feb 19, 2014:

This thread is no longer being updated all that much. As Bitcoin further permeates the world, most every nation (or state, etc.) will have content specific to that jurisdiction's involvement with Bitcoin.   Feel free to continue posting as you wish, but this thread will no longer be even close to being a comprehensive list as it had been for a period of time.

Other resources:

 - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legality_of_bitcoin_by_country [Added Sep 3, 2015]
 - http://coincenter.org/2015/06/tracking-bitcoin-regulation-state-by-state [Added Sep 3, 2015]
 - http://www.coindesk.com/regulation [Added Sep 3, 2015]
 - http://merkletree.io (formerly bitlegal.io I think)  [Added Sep 7, 2015]
 - http://www.cryptocoinlaw.net
 - http://twitter.com/virtuallylaw
 - http://BitcoinFoundation.org
 - http://coindesk.com
 - http://datauthority.org (info: http://coindesk.com/bitcoin-industry-leaders-launch-data-a-self-regulatory-body)
 - http://bitcoinfinancialassociation.org
 - http://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Compilation_of_legal_and_regulatory_information
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This list is to serve as an index to all the events in which Bitcoin-related topics interact with the courts, police, regulators, etc.

This is similar to how the NEW Articles in the Press Forum thread serves as an index to media mentions.

Topics related to regulations, taxes, etc. are also cataloged in a Bitcoin.it Wiki article:

Compilation of legal and regulatory information
 - http://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Compilation_of_legal_and_regulatory_information

I'm hoping for this thread to remain an index, mostly with just a brief summation and then links towards other threads and external sources -- rather than be where discussion for each index entry occurs.   If an entry is made, feel free to reply with a link to a relevant thread where further discussion occurs or to other related content.

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January 18, 2018, 12:40:06 PM
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Very Informative Post and got some new information to read this
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January 19, 2018, 05:21:28 AM
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IMHO, if we want cryptocurrencies to succeed, we should start paying for "crypto-lobbyists", who influence decision making processes.
what do you think of this idea? (ofc, we would need to pay for lobbyists in Washington DC, Brussels, etc).
the idea is good! but the community as well as BTC is decentralized. I'm not sure that we can organize lobbyists. Unfortunately every man for himself will fight to the fist high-profile incident.
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January 23, 2018, 06:23:59 PM
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An interesting read about Bitcoin & legislation..
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January 26, 2018, 02:44:54 AM
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I have a feeling threads like this will be becoming more popular this year as regulators are looking more carefully at ICOs and are willing to step in and take action where they think they have jurisdiction. Markets like Korea or China where they have simply banned ICOs make for uninteresting reading as there is no well explained policy reasons or abilities to make determinations on grey areas. I think that securities regulators and tax authorities who take an active interest and do not apply a blanket approach will make for very intellectual discussions.

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February 08, 2018, 09:47:06 AM
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i i have question as per the scenario  in present condition of bitcoin can it legally  acclaimed  by all country  or not if not then how the bitcoin excit in world wide
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February 11, 2018, 09:19:11 AM
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Update - India might not ban bitcoin but instead levy heavy taxes on it.
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February 20, 2018, 04:43:35 AM
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Hi

just upate in Indonesia, the regulation declares for concerning banning of bitcoin, will merely cover all forms of transactions using bitcoin, as a means of payment
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March 02, 2018, 11:53:51 AM
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I have a feeling threads like this will be becoming more popular this year as regulators are looking more carefully at ICOs and are willing to step in and take action where they think they have jurisdiction. Markets like Korea or China where they have simply banned ICOs make for uninteresting reading as there is no well explained policy reasons or abilities to make determinations on grey areas. I think that securities regulators and tax authorities who take an active interest and do not apply a blanket approach will make for very intellectual discussions.
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March 05, 2018, 10:36:38 AM
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why update too many posts to cover page 1 and 2, but this info is very good and useful, I really like and interested. just like this  Wink keep going ! Regrads
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March 08, 2018, 09:55:13 AM
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March 16, 2018, 03:53:50 AM
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BitFloor files complaint with FBI and Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3).

Abstract: BitFloor suffered a security breach/hack in which about 24,000 BTC were stolen after access by the hacker was obtained to an unencrypted backup copy of the private keys hosted on BitFloor’s systems.  The exchange is essentially insolvent as a result and remains shuttered, except for facilitating withdrawals for the funds that weren’t stolen — the U.S. dollar balances, none of which were impacted as a result of the security breach.


I think it's disgusting the amount of exchanges and startups that have poor amounts of security for their digital assets. In traditional companies, there is very little someone can do to steal everything in seconds- however, obviously, crypto completely changes that. You'd think that anyone developing an exchange of value would invest considerable effort into protecting funds, but clearly they do not.
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March 19, 2018, 01:59:16 AM
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BitFloor files complaint with FBI and Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3).

Abstract: BitFloor suffered a security breach/hack in which about 24,000 BTC were stolen after access by the hacker was obtained to an unencrypted backup copy of the private keys hosted on BitFloor’s systems.  The exchange is essentially insolvent as a result and remains shuttered, except for facilitating withdrawals for the funds that weren’t stolen — the U.S. dollar balances, none of which were impacted as a result of the security breach.


I think it's disgusting the amount of exchanges and startups that have poor amounts of security for their digital assets. In traditional companies, there is very little someone can do to steal everything in seconds- however, obviously, crypto completely changes that. You'd think that anyone developing an exchange of value would invest considerable effort into protecting funds, but clearly they do not.

Agreed, I believe that something that needs to be done within exchanges would be a segregation of duties system. Whereas the hackers would have to penetrate many complex layers within the organization in order to steal funds. As it is now you take the funds and simply send it to your wallet. What exchanges should do IMO is make it so that there are 3-6 layers of authorizes on different teams in order to prevent fraud. Wondering if that could be built into the system itself for exchanges where the stakes are much higher than for the retail investor.   

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