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  1. REDIRECT [[]] http://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/2014/03/14/icelandic-government-warns-against-auroracoin/

(parvenu rapidement dans le top ten de ces nouvelles monnaies)

Mainstream media do cover cryptocurrencies, as a quick googling of four specific sources shows. Minor coverage (a paragraph or more, but less than significant) is linked in a small font.

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The New York Times The Wall Street Journal Forbes The Guardian
Auroracoin [1] [2] [3] [4]
Bitcoin [5] [6] [7] [8]
Coinye [9] [10] [11]
Litecoin [12] [13] [14] [15] [16]
Mastercoin [17] [18] [19]
Namecoin [20]
Peercoin [21] [22] [23]
Primecoin [24] [25]
Ripple [26] [27] [28]

Few other so-called national coins Modifier

China MandarinCoin

Cyprus Aphroditecoin

Germany GermanyCoin

Greece Greececoin

Hong Kong HongKongCoin

Iceland Auroracoin

Ireland Gaelcoin

Israel Isracoin

Italy Electronic Lira

Malta Muniti

Netherlands Electronic Guldencoin

Portugal CryptoEscudo

Romania Bitleu

Spain Spaincoin

Régularisation Modifier

Dès le 2 avril 2014, la précision ci-dessous permettait de mieux comprendre le contexte de l'époque :

The Icelandic government announced today that it will make the Auroracoin an official currency parallel to the Krona. The plan is to let both currencies run alongside, while in the long run the Krona will become the payment for cash transactions and the Auroracoin should become the preferred method for online payment. The government plans several actions in order to make the Auroracoin an authorized method of payment. There will be an official governmental exchange platform, where Icelandic citizens will exchange Krona versus Auroracoin and vice versa.

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