Trump signed a law against privacy. Bitcoin fell by 6%

Last week, Edward Snowden saidthat the national security Agency USA 2013 collects data from the owners of Bitcoin. These include the passwords for the wallets and accounts in social networks and transaction data. Now over the anonymity of the cryptocurrency is facing a new threat — Donald trump signed the law against the privacy of Cloud. On the background of Bitcoin fell by 6%, writes FXStreet.

Crypto-currencies threatened

The new law will simplify the exchange of user data with overseas law enforcement agencies. Cloud enables you to avoid long diplomatic procedures on the approval of such action. The initiative has supported large tech corporations — Apple, Microsoft, Google and Facebook. Their leadership believes that the measure will increase the safety of the users.

Cloud made against the cryptocurrency entrepreneur Andreas Antonopoulos. In his Twitter he saidthat in the future cybercriminals will be able to save your personal data. He noted that the new law endangers the existence of cryptocurrencies, the main principle of which is privacy.

Under the potential ban anonymous cryptocurrency Monero and zcash for, the newspaper notes. While the developers did not comment on the legislative changes.

But the law has responded Bitcoin the first cryptocurrency in the evening on March 26, fell from $8 600 $8, 180. Analysts of the edition believe that if in the near future the rate of coins will grow, it will face resistance at around $8 500.

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