Slovenia is opening a bitcoin city in its capital called Ljubljana.
The region will house over 450 cryptocurrency-accepting shops and span 250,000 square metre.
Facilities will incude bars, restaurants, a waterpark, cinemas and swimming pools
hey buddy! yes I can agree with that. There are many crypto supporters in Turkey. Turkish governement is also very friendly to crypto(no regulations, taxes etc). There are some local licensed exchanges that you can buy/sell cryptos very easy and cheaper than average.
so for kyc My driver licence was not approved I will try again. it said provide passport in the error. Sorry I dont have a passport but it said that the driving licence should work. then, about the no screenshot thing. where I live everyone have numerical invoice, does that mean that I have to print it, then take a picture of it??? is there any other way that is more environement friendly??
Market pricing, especially in the crypto currency space, is a very complex issue. I do not personally believe that the decision of one governement agency will necessarily make or break the price of BTC
This is a complicated question that has to do a multitude of reasons including Future's pricing and the global legal climate for crypto. I would say the most important thing to focus on in such a new and developing industry is the increasing rates of global adoption. Many traditional banking companies and governements are beggining to tout the powers of DLT and implement systems themselves. As more and more people begin to use crypto and apps like Crypterium give real use cases for the average consumer, we will see resulting price appreciation in the market as a whole
You need to come to Australia Anges waters is an entire town that accepts crypto every retailer at Brisbane Airport acceprs crypto and you can pay for your dinner with NEM in over 1000 locations. Mass adoption and real life use and purpose is getting closer everyday