It’s Much Too Soon To Regulate Bitcoin

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The TCP/IP protocol was used to address and control how packets of data were routed between computers.

Bitcoin drives adoption of its underlying blockchain , and its strong technical community.

Too Much Too Soon?

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But one should not be too hasty to regulate Bitcoin, without fully.

With a 5 billion market cap, Bitcoin is slowly making its way into the digital.

The crypto asset market has seen huge variation in its market valuation.

at the request of the French finance ministry and argued that it is probably too early.

to regulate bitcoin as such as it is just a software code that exists on the internet.

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My guess is that 2018 will be the year of Bitcoin regulation so to speak, and that will lay.

of taxation but it won't happen in the next year or so, it's just too soon.

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While its influence is far-reaching, the directive will carry new.

some key aspects of crypto have evaded regulation and will continue to do so.

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