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Guy who put Ron Paul's face on his own minted coins convicted of "domestic terrorism," could get 15 years
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 1292333:MV8xNDA5NTA2XzIzMjEyNTcyXzgyOENBRDAx] [quote:Anonymous Coward 1100729] So it's illegal to make a personal currency? So would stores that offer in store credit be breaking the law? I'm so confused. [/quote] the thing about in store credit and gift cards is that in many states they are covered by "escheat laws" and if unclaimed for a certain period of time the state takes a big cut of that money but either way those are still based in US dollars and sales tax is still charged, and in store credits are still accounted for under GAAP in terms of USD [/quote]
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"[Bernard] von NotHaus was also the founder of the National Organization for the Repeal of the Federal Reserve and Internal Revenue Code (NOFRED). One of the aims of the organization was to mix in the Liberty coins with standard US currency, said the agency."
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