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Crypto Secularizes Wealth by Returning Power to the People

</header> <strong>Secularization is the process of converting something from a religious status to a nonreligious one. In its usage here, the word “religious” has no necessary connection to a deity. The word refers to the mystification of a thing in order to elevate it to the status of the divine where it becomes unquestionable.</strong> Also …

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How Fiat Money Fails: Deconstructing the Government’s Paper-Thin Promise

</header> <strong>Fiat money has a surprisingly short lifespan. The almighty U.S. dollar currently serving as world reserve currency is not exempted, in spite of all proclamation that it cannot fail. Throughout history, fiat money has failed over and over again, where sound assets like gold have survived. Ruling out acts of god and unforeseen circumstance, …

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Sean Walsh: Cryptocurrencies Can Harness More Human Energy

</header> <strong>Bitcoin scores high in terms of ‘moneyness’ compared to other forms of money as it has some technical advantages and social inertia. In an interview with Bitcoin.com’s Humans of Bitcoin podcast, brilliant contrarian thinker Sean Walsh shared his opinion about cryptocurrencies and their place within the global financial system. The crypto investor believes decentralized …

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Turkish Government Freezes Over 3 Million Bank Accounts

</header> <strong>Hundreds of thousands of businesses and individuals with tax obligations to the Turkish state have received foreclosure notices this week informing them about their frozen bank accounts. The government of Turkey, which is struggling with financial and economic problems under geopolitical pressure, is likely to push even more of its citizens towards cryptocurrencies with …

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Bitcoin Is a Viable Way to Remove the State From Your Life

<header class=”article__header”> </header> <strong>The last decade has seen central banks print trillions of dollars, governments grown much larger, wars continue with no end, and ordinary citizens taxed even more. Thankfully there are individuals and small pockets of people all around the world who believe something is wrong. Many of these people have a plan to …

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Smokescreens and Mirrors: How Does a Country Do an ICO? They Call It QE

</header> <strong>Financial regulators all around the world have been cracking down hard on ICOs for promising more than they can deliver. At the same time governments and central banks are pulling off far worse scams, such as QE, wiping out the savings of everyone that depends on them. To hide this fact they use obscure …

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The Most Important Aspect of Bitcoin Is the Separation of Money and State

<header class=”article__header”> </header> <strong>Many cryptocurrency supporters believe the technology allows for the separation of money and state in a manner that’s never been seen before. Governments inflict two forms of robbery against nonviolent citizens by forcing them to pay taxes while also stealing from them silently through inflation. Now there’s a wide array of digital …

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Argentina’s Peso Collapse Shows Governments Shouldn’t Control Money

</header> <strong>Whenever bitcoin experiences a sharp drop or volatility, mainstream media analysts jump to declare that cryptocurrency isn’t stable enough to be considered money. The double-digit crash of the Argentine peso in one day, simply due to an election in the country, can be said to prove the same about fiat.</strong> Also Read: Big Banks …

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Normalizing Negative Interest: It’s Flabbergasting How Closely Media Parrots the Government

<header class=”article__header”> </header> <strong>Negative interest rates have been making big headlines lately, as several countries and big banks are now experimenting with the unorthodox monetary policy. While typically viewed as a last-ditch effort to shock some life back into struggling economies, these policies are getting a shiny new spin thanks to mainstream media outlets promoting …

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Owning Fiat Just Got More Expensive – NIRP Strikes Again

</header> <strong>With the recent Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS) announcement that even more customers will be charged to hold money in their banks, people are scrambling to find ways to preserve their wealth, while USB and others scramble to dam the losses resulting from national negative interest rate policy (NIRP). The relatively recent experiments with …

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