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The Chamber of Digital Commerce (CDC), based in Washington, D.C., has urged the Group of Seven (G7) nations not to enact virtual currency regulations that will stifle innovation inĀ seeking to prevent future terror attacks like the one in Paris last week. The CDC is concerned that the G7 countries want to restrict virtual currencies because they suspect Islamic State terrorists used and continue to use bitcoin. Stifling digital currency innovation would be counterproductive for law enforcement, according to the CDC. It claims the block chain offers law enforcement an important tool for investigating criminal activity. European Union To Meet Today […]
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