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Prominent events in Sweden about Bitcoin

Events in 2014 

Sweden government turns to the European Union to come up with rules on VAT (Value-added Tax)

Sweden based payment processor Klarna tests a Bitcoin integration to serve US and Europe clients more efficiently.

Bitcoin-related business gets their bank accounts suspended from Nordea and other Swedish Banks

Events in 2015

The biggest Bitcoin consumer-oriented event is held in Stockholm

BTCX exchange takes the Swedish Tax Authority to court over the request to disclose the transaction history of over 20 000 customers

The 3rd largest bank in Sweden releases a whole page ad to explain its stance on Bitcoin in the biggest online newspaper – Swedish Dagbladet with the title “This May be Bitcoin’s Fatal Blow”

Stripe expands its payment services to Sweden, Finland, Norway, and Denmark becoming a direct competitor to Klarna

Events in 2016

Blockchain smart contracts are tested for land registering 

The Swedish Bank SEB invests in Danish blockchain payment service provider Coinify

Swedish Bitcoin Foundation warns against OneCoin – a famous Ponzi scheme in the crypto industry

Events in 2017

Blockchain smart contracts land registry finishes its second phase

Sweden officially starts using the blockchain land registry 

Nasdaq and SEB partner in a test for Mutual funds on Blockchain

Events in 2018

After two years of testing the first Blockchain property transaction is conducted by Lantmäteriet (Swedish land-ownership Authority)

Stockholm IT Ventures AB (SITV) obtains a software license agreement with Valens Bank

Events in 2019

Android users in Norway, Denmark and Sweden can purchase ETH (Ethereum) through the Opera browser

Swedish based exchange QuickBit is hacked, leaking sensitive information about its users.