Bitcoin vs. Gov’t Control + BTC to $1MM by 2020 (Also, Will NYS Replace the BitLicense?) ♥
While the U.S. Senate passed sweeping rules, rolling back parts of the Dodd-Frank banking law, (right as Bill Gates warns of a new ‘Certain” financial crash), Brad Sherman accidentally says the government will lose control if Bitcoin succeeds! “The legislation from the U.S. Senate threatens to undo important rules protecting us from risk, and buried down in the details of the bill are more landmines for American families.”
Meanwhile in the New York State Assembly, legislator Ron Kim (D-40), has unveiled a bill that intends to replace the “NYS BitLicense” (currently issued by the New York State Department of Financial Services), doing away with this “fee-based license” in favor of a “license earned by audit”. Plus, as we get closer to 2020, let’s now forget John McAfee’s price prediction that Bitcoin will hit $1 Million before the end of 2020. There are many changes happening in the world —
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