Some countries are treating dealing in Bitcoin as seriously as drug-dealing and money laundering . Suppose that
you are a citizen of another country (and normally live in it) that does not have any wide-ranging laws against Bitcoin.
you have a Bitcoin account in your own country (e.g. an authorised online crypto exchange).
You then go on holiday to a country that does have such laws against Bitcoin, but you do not get involved in any buying/selling while you are there.
Assuming that the country you are visiting somehow comes to find out about your Bitcoin account back home, even though you never got involved in any buying/selling while you were on holiday, can that country's laws be applied against the Bitcoin account in your original country (or any other country)? In other words, for that particular country you are visiting (and as long as you are present in that country), is it an imprisonable felony for residents and visitors alike to have a Bitcoin account anywhere in the world?
 Draft law proposes 10-year jail term for dealing in cryptocurrency (7 June 2019)