In recent times, governments around the world have charted a new course for cryptocurrency regulation, and it's one that seeks to exclude privacy coins. Moving away from the complete banning of digital currencies,
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On September 11, 1714, the Siege of Barcelona ended the War of Spanish Succession. Catalonia was to give up its autonomy to the hands of the Spanish. The name of Catalonia lived on for centuries in the hearts of the defeated, leading to an attempt to break away once again in 1939. But on January 26, 1939, Barcelona was once again captured by the Nationalist Army of Spain, and the left-leaning, anarchistic Catalonia Offensive was to submit once again to their conquerors. Yet to this day, the self-proclaimed autonomous state of Catalonia will not give up the fight to secede from Spain.
Hacker's Congress in Paralelni Polis saw speakers such as Peter Todd of Bitcoin Core and Amir Taaki discuss a range of topics from bitcoin technicalities to the applications of bitcoin on libertarian ecosystems.