Government and Bitcoin

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We know that government regulation of the Bitcoin is inevitable. But why is it happening so slow?
What will be Bitcoin experience look like in 3-5 years when there are more regulations of it? Will it become more popular because people will open more businesses accepting Bitcoin or lose the popularity because of loss of anonymity?

Let's discuss government and Bitcoin relations.
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Hey Linda, nice questions you're asking.

I think Bitcoin is unkillable. If any gov will try to ban it people will continue using BTC. They will use VPN, Tor, i2p and any other technology to avoid control.
The smartest way to deal with Bitcoin for regulators is become its friend. Like Japan did :D
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In these moments its use to be free, to my consideration, is much easier to use, because it has almost no limitations. Once governments issue their regulations, they will begin to develop problems such as traditional currencies. Although by the own characteristics of the cryptocurrency its exchange is much easier. Hopefully the regulations are made under the advice of experts in the field and allow free exchange without so many limitations to use.
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You are able to login at some amount of Deepweb marketplaces with the only help of alternative URLs, that implies the following : upcoming customers and merchants can't sign up until they will obtain an links from an already registered shopper.
Search for those at https://darkwebonion.com/, it has fresh URLs to concerning Deep Web marketplaces. You shall follow these URL to get access to the sites.
Wherever there are some problems with an access,for example, links won’t work, you shall hang around and check for Darknet marketplaces link. Persist with it, as long as some of the markets close and launch registrations periodically, based on server load.
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Linda wrote: We know that government regulation of the Bitcoin is inevitable. But why is it happening so slow?
What will be Bitcoin experience look like in 3-5 years when there are more regulations of it? Will it become more popular because people will open more businesses accepting Bitcoin or lose the popularity because of loss of anonymity?

Let's discuss government and Bitcoin relations.
Well this thread was started in 2018 and it's 2020 now and Bitcoin is doing well so far. The last 2 years is a rollercoaster ride but so far Bitcoin is establishing its power again in cryptocurrency and is on a bullish trend for two months now. I just hope it will stay as it is in the next months to come.
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