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The Bitcoin protocol is also hard-limited to 21 million bitcoins, meaning that no more than that can ever be created. This means that no central bank, individual or government can come along and simply ‘print’ more bitcoins when it suits them. In thi
Having been in the Army and understanding the stance that the US government has taken, I'm sure t will be up to the commanders. Many of whom will not look kindly on the gesture. The official stance will be known when they take action
Note: This is a US-centric answer. Other countries may differ. I'll add other countries as people leave comments
The bullet points you give are out of context if you read the Wikipedia article you referenced. The bullets refer to other activities that may require a form to be filed, but not the SAR. Transporting $10,000 in or out of the U
He has a Bitcoin donation page which asks for identifying info and goes through BitPay, but of course anyone could send him Bitcoin anonymously, without using that page, if they know the address to send it to. The Libertarian Party and CoinPAC have B
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By Staff Reporter on 20 January, 2014 Memeburn If you’re planning a trip to Canada any time in the near future, don’t expect your Bitcoin to be treated as legal tender. The North American country made its position on the crypto-currency clear this pa
Virtual Currency Is Treated as Property for U. S. Federal Tax Purposes; General Rules for Property Transactions Apply IR-2014-36, March
I think whatever views comes up will always be views - why? Because decisions come from groups of people unless its a dictatorship! What we are seeing is a East - West divide. More eastern countries are portraying Bitcoin in a negative light whereas