posted on Jan, 14 2018 @ 02:28 PM
a reply to: DBCowboy
Your concern is wise. Central Banks will eventually coerce the politicians into legislating against private crypto's much like private banks notes and
coins were made illegal as currency after the establishment of the Central Banks. It is at that point that it makes sense to get into the digital bank
notes craze as an investment instrument traded on SEC regulated exchanges.
The end result is, Crypto's will all be attached to a national currency and private ones will be banned. After all, it is the technology everyone is
getting behind right? So why would it be so bad to get behind a technology coin that is based on your national currency?
And the wonderful thing is, it won't take centuries for this to happen as with paper notes, because Central Banks already exist, control the world,
and own the politicians who make the laws. It is quite easy to see where this is going when you remember history and accept that power always wins.
Yes, power always wins. If it were note true, 1/5 of Syria's territory would not be under the umbrella of NATO through autonomous rule despite Russia
being there and levying threats and false flag disinformation psy-ops that no longer have an effect.
We stole that # like they took Crimea, and what?