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Wouldn't govs want their supported ICO exchanged pegged to their currency?
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danp123

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I see this talk on twitter today about NEO and what bs it is. The supporters say that, well the Chinese government is supporting it, (or will support it, or investors think they will). Wouldn't it be in the better interest of the government, if they want to support an ICO exchange, to support one that is pegged to their currency?

Wouldn't it be better to use ardor with AEUR equivalent to the yuan to buy and sell ICOs. Assuming that the withdrawl limit was higher and everything legal. This is just hypothetical, probably the chinese govt would create their own token instead of using ardor.
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I agree with all you said.  Especially the part about the Chinese creating their own crypto. 
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