ECB Considers “Legal Restraints” Against Bitcoin Says Council Member (news.bitcoin.com)

This week the European Central Bank (ECB) Governing Council member, Ewald Nowotny, stated in an interview that the ECB is discussing “legal restraints” for bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
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Peter Thiel (member of President-Elect Trump’s Transition Team): “It becomes a threat to fiat money at a point where Bitcoin is encrypted in such a robust way that the tax authorities can’t break the encryption, can’t tell how much money you have, and what transactions you are doing.” [x-post]

Peter Thiel (member of President-Elect Trump's Transition Team): "It becomes a threat to fiat money at a point where Bitcoin is encrypted in such a robust way that the tax authorities can't break the encryption, can't tell how much money you have, and what transactions you are doing." [x-post] submitted by /u/eragmus
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