Simon Phipps wrote on 2011-07-11 18.30:
+1, although it's worth reading EFF's reasons for stopping accepting them:
thanks for sharing!
What indeed concerns me a bit is the question of the legal implications.
Is anyone aware of a German entity accepting Bitcoin, and if they ran
into legal issues with taxes or donations?
I really would like to have some clarity on this before going for
Bitcoin. As we are acting as a charity in Germany, any inadequate
actions might lead to our loss of that status, so I do not want to risk
Anyone can shed a light on that?
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