Those looking for some information on bitcoin legality in countries around the world may find a recently published document by the United States Government a fantastic resource.
Put together by The Law Library of Congress, the report covers information on international views on the digital currency from Brazil to South Korea. The twenty-five-page document was compiled using resources such as press releases, news articles, and even user comments from social sharing website Reddit.com.
Similarly, we recently wrote about a new website that aims to document the legality of bitcoin around the world in the form of an easy-to-use map. It’s called BitLegal.net, and we highly recommend it.
If you’re interesting in viewing the document, it can be downloaded from this location.