Taiwan's Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) will not allow the installation of Bitcoin ATMs in the country because it believes Bitcoins are not a currency and should therefore not be accepted by individuals or banks as payment, said FSC chairman Tseng Ming-chung. Tseng Ming-chung's statement was reported yesterday by the Central News Agency (link via Google Translate), Taiwan's state-run news service.
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