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Liechtenstein’s Post Office Is Now Selling Bitcoin to Interested Individuals

Cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin (BTC) continue to expand all over the world. The government-owned post office in Liechtenstein is now offering Bitcoin to interested users. This post office located in Vaduz, the capital of the country, is now selling the most popular virtual currency and will also offer new digital assets in the future.

 

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Bitcoin’s Distribution was Fair

As Bitcoin rises in popularity, and continues to challenge mainstream thought, there will be concerns around certain parameters of its existence. One of those is that the distribution of Bitcoin wasn’t “fair,” particularly in the earlier stages of network development. I’ll dive into the timeline surrounding Bitcoin’s launch, and provide a thorough debunking of unfair early distribution claims.

 

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Bitcoin Trading Volume Via SegWit Hits 90%

As much as 90% of bitcoin - in terms of amount of value - being sent over the Bitcoin network is sent using the optional SegWit (or Segregated Witness) protocol, according to the bitcoin data tracking site p2sh.info.

 

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Findings Show Bitcoin is Completely Legal in at Least 111 Countries

While fears of widespread cryptocurrency crackdowns have long affected the industry, digital assets like Bitcoin remain entirely legal in many of the largest markets around the globe. According to findings from Coin Dance, there are currently at least 111 countries where Bitcoin is legal. In many others, Bitcoin’s legal status is up for question or the currency is subject to some restrictions.

 

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