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Nov 07, 2012

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I'm not familiar with ECB. Whom they mean has nothing to worry about? Who are the main audience that this report is made for?

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ECB runs the Euro. I imagine that the reports goes out to financial leaders of all kinds.

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I'd rather the ECB underestimated the dangers to come than overestimated them. If they saw virtual currencies as an imminent threat to real currencies, they coud impose all manner of restraints and restrictions on their use, even to the extent of closing down virtual worlds as a precaution. The dangers are probably worse than they think they are, but not as bad as they could think they are.

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