This one goes out for all you Bitcoin believers that think you can operate outside the “Sticky Hands of Uncle Sam.”
Don’t get me wrong. I believe cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin play a key role in the future of money.
If they didn’t then governments all over the globe wouldn’t be pouring billions into this recent technology.
Bitcoin was first introduced in 2008 (right after the global meltdown…coincidence???) by a character named Satoshi Nakamoto.
Today, there is no proof he/she exists (another coincidence??)
However, cryptocurrencies have skyrocketed since 2008… (do you see any patterns here?)
Despite all the crying from the banksters and their partners–in–crime governments about the evils of crypto’s and how they threaten the global banking system, they secretly lust for them.
- It represents the perfect transition to a cashless society.
- It’s the perfect set up for them to monitor any and all activity that involves money.
- It allows them to tax anyone and everyone.
- With digital currencies, they won’t have to worry about depositors wanting to get their cash out of the bank (Bank runs).
As we speak, fortunes are being made in the Bitcoin/cryptocurrency world and it’s driving the banksters crazy. They want in on the action but haven’t figured out how to play the game (YET).
So, do you think for a moment they’re going to blow this off as a fad that quietly fades into the sunset.
No Way, Dude/Dudette!
This technology is here to stay.
And you can find out how to make serious money with it in the October issue of Simplifying Wall Street in Plain English (HERE).
Check it out now.
You’ll thank us later.