31 Jul '12, 12pm

Norway Authorities: U.S. Wants to “Remove” Bitcoin: Norway’s financial supervisory authority…

Norway’s financial supervisory authority released a Risk and Vulnerability analysis in March of this year. The report analyzed information and communication technology in financial institutions. The report compares bitcoin to monopoly money, while at the same time noting that U.S. authorities have signaled they want to “remove this system.” If the authorities wish to view bitcoin as monopoly money, that is fine. But if they then attempt to “remove” the system from the market, they then put credits like facebook credits and “WoW-Gold” under the same sort of pressure.

Full article: http://nwotruth.com/norway-authorities-u-s-wants-to-remov...

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