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@3YLJ7JLfrom Alberta  answered…2yrs

Yes, so income from bitcoin transactions can be added to other income and taxed appropriately.

@52N284Lfrom British Columbia  answered…2yrs

I don't trust imaginary money generated by a random number generator.

@4WJKYBQfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

The government should have no say in what does or doesn't constitute a currency

@8SQL99Pfrom Alberta  answered…2yrs

@8RG8HQ3Liberalfrom Alberta  answered…2yrs

Yes, but Canada should continue to pursue developing its own cryptocurrency

@8LTM32Jfrom Manitoba  answered…2yrs

Yes, but with recognition that the currency is extremely volatile and poses potential risks.

@8LG9WPJ from Maryland answered…2yrs

Yes, but it should not replace our national treasury-backed currency, should be regulated before it's out of control. If Bitcoin is classified as a legal currency then the government can regulate and tax it.

@8L2DQDJ from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

@8KLHHQYfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

@8K222LSfrom Alberta  answered…2yrs

@85QWNPG from Colorado answered…2yrs

Yes, and eventually all countries will switch to blockchain currencies with randomized encryption, but until they’re protected against a CME from our sun, it is not a viable alternative.

@8HDGVYCfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

Yes, and abolish paper and coin money. Money is evil and feeds rich people and warmongering people like Stephen Harper.

@8GR8N5C from Texas answered…2yrs

@8FPLGKD from Texas answered…2yrs

No, not until after the advent of quantum computing, should it ever come, for fear of rapid dissolution of value.

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

Yes, but it should not replace our national treasury-backed currency

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Yes, and all countries should switch to a blockchain currency like Bitcoin

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