The “Future of Currency” Bitcoin Billionaire vs Fiat/USD Billionaire + BTC Security vs. Volatility (Bitcoin-BTC) ♥
Tim Draper says, “Bitcoin is more secure than dollars in the bank”; that the “Blockchain has not been hacked, whereas banks have been hacked over and over”. Tim Draper is thinking about Bitcoin at “the future currency”.
Also, last year, more Blockchain patents were filed than all years previous. Most of these Blockchain patents are owned by Bank of America, Craig Wright (AKA: Not-Satoshi), and companies in China.
Yet, in America, Berkshire Hathaway V.P. says Bitcoin is ‘Disgusting’, and that the government should “step on it”. While in New York, the Federal Reserve Bank economists argue Bitcoin is irrelevant because we don’t live in “a dystopian world without trust”. There is a lot to review, Let’s Discuss!
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