Have withdrawn 22 terminals selling bitcoins in the different cities from the BBFpro company. The official explanation for it isn't furnished. At the same time the law doesn't forbid to trade in a crypt. The company will appeal against actions of security officers. What her chances of success? Photo: Zuma\TASS the Central Bank has become interested in legality of cryptomats. The regulator could initiate their withdrawal at the BBFpro company developing network of such terminals in Russia. As the head of the company Artem Bedarev, one of the employees who were carrying out dredging has reported to RBC has said that an inspection is carried out at the request of the State Office of Public Prosecutor on the basis of the letter of the Central Bank. In total the company had 22 terminals in nine Russian cities. They allowed to buy bitcoins for the sum up to 15 thousand rubles. To the middle of day of Friday all equipment was withdrawn. Details of Business FM were reported by the lawyer Sarkis Darbinyan protecting interests компании:Саркис Darbinyan is a lawyer "Employees of OBEP with prosecutor's office have begun to withdraw terminals, at the same time no protocols were provided, no explanations were offered. Own reference was that work at the request of the Prosecutor General's Office, and there was an impression that looked for any occasion to withdraw terminals, despite the lack of any really legal basis. Also there is a feeling that all want to know. That is ask concerning processing of personal data. Respectively, as payment of taxes as interact by the legislation on money laundering at what cost sell cryptocurrency is carried out. That is look for, it is visible, any occasion somehow at least lawfully to prove such unclear raid through the whole country today". The representative of the Central Bank hasn't answered questions of RBC of BBFpro cryptomats. At the same time he has reminded that the regulator "carries out system work on identification and counteraction of illegal activity in the financial market". In turn, in the company claim that BBFpro "observes all procedures established by the law, pays taxes and, moreover, identifies users even in the absence of the similar mandatory requirement". There have also reminded that no ban on acquisition of cryptocurrencies is provided in the current legislation. The company will appeal against actions of law enforcement agencies. What her chances of success? Mikhail Uspensky the partner of law firm of Taxology "Operations with cryptocurrencies aren't forbidden by laws of Russia, told about it also FTS, and recently has also told the 9th Arbitration Court of Appeal in bankrupt business of Tsarkov about it [Within bankruptcy of the citizen Ilya Tsarkov it has become clear that he has "a virtual purse" with bitcoins — the court didn't recognize them as property. However the Court of Appeal has cancelled the decision of the first instance and has included cryptocurrency in the competitive mass of the debtor — BFM.ru]. At competent legal structuring such operations, in principle, correspond to the current legislation. Another thing is that many cryptoexchangers break allied industries of the right now — aren't registered as legal entities or osushche
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