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Chris DeRose
This could be big: USG considering accepting bitcoin for US Visa application/payment fees , spotted it
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Born Great 15 May 17
Hmm.. didn't see that anywhere. It talked about allowing transfer of min $500K required for EB-5 investor Visa via BTC
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Drew Hinkes 15 May 17
Source of funds derived from BTC.
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gubatron 15 May 17
at first I thought this was some sort of joke, but nope.
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Theo Chino 15 May 17
The way I read it, is not accepting for payment of the visa but accepting as a proof of collateral when issuing the visa.
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RideTheLightning⚡️ 15 May 17
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Chris DeRose 15 May 17
It's also ironic that gave up his us citizenship, and now he may be able to buy it back in his preferred currency
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Derek Ebner 🌙 15 May 17
Roger, going back to jail for sell mining contracts!!!
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tony lipsey ⚡️ 15 May 17
Well not exactly. The memo said they were considering Bitcoin... not Dash!
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Jorge Stolfi 15 May 17
Just to be clear: it is a question that someone asked (Roger? 8-) and the USG's answer was, "er, um, well, we'll think about that, sir".
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Tuur Demeester 15 May 17
Took a screenshot:
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Drew Hinkes 15 May 17
A statement may clarify open issue affecting many industries: how/when BTC converted into USD can be "good funds":
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Alex Haak 15 May 17
@Fragguh
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Drew Hinkes 15 May 17
Big implications for other regulated industries where money moves & gatekeepers have monitoring obligations- like real estate transactions
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Weak Hands Lam 15 May 17
Yes Roger can pay to pay income taxes that he already paid to stop paying. Seems likely Chris :)
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Mr. Nobody 16 May 17
This ain't good for
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Mr. Nobody 16 May 17
This is an attempt for legislation of . I wothdraw my previous statement. doesn't care
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