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Malaysia Central bank not acknowledges Bitcoins as a legal currency another strick on virtual money

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Malaysia Central bank not acknowledges Bitcoins as a legal currency another strick on virtual money

The Malaysian central bank has become the latest to warn against the use of bitcoin in a statement released last Friday (Jan 3). "The Bitcoin is not recognised as legal tender in Malaysia," the ...

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