CoinDesk's Regulation Sentiment Survey

CoinDesk's Regulation Sentiment Survey

Are you for it, or against it? It's no secret that the bitcoin community can be divided when it comes to the topic of regulation - some believe it's necessary to bring bitcoin to the mainstream and others believe that bitcoin was built specifically to circumvent regulation. To get a better idea of where the industry stands as a whole, CoinDesk wants to hear directly from our readers about how they view bitcoin regulation around the world.

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