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Chaum's system takes a centralised approach and his papers refer to the central entity (that takes deposits and provides cash) as a 'bank'. I don't know if it would be considered a bank in every or any jurisdiction. PayPal wasn't considered a bank by some jurisdictions. In 2007 Luxembourg gave PayPal Europe a banking licence and it then became subject to ...


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[edited to add clarification] The IRS declared cryptocurrencies property. This means (according to them) that they are subject to capital gains tax, but processors would not subject to the same regulations financial as financial institutions. However, the IRS is not the SEC (or the other financial regulatory agencies) so maybe someone with a better knowledge ...


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is this evidence even valid? It can be. The client would need other evidence to dispute or discredit the broker's audio recording if the client posits the recording was altered or fabricated. Regarding a client's denial of having given certain order(s) to the broker, the parties should show to the fact-finder the evidence (circumstantial and otherwise) they ...


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A broker might record a phone conversation: if they do, it matters whether (a) they announce that they are recording and (b) whether they or the other part are in an all-party jurisdiction (some places, all parties to a private communiction have to consent, in others, only one party does). If the recording is taken illegally, then it can't be used as ...


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