The Future of Cryptocurrencies — and Democracy

Posted On Jan 6, 2022 By Addison Wiggin

“When something is rigged against us, we eventually rebel,” Charles Hugh Smith told us back in August. We’ve long believed that re-establishing money’s tie to gold and silver would be the most peaceful way to end the corruption — forcing our democratically elected leaders to spend within their means. In 2021, we also spent a lot of time pondering whether wide adoption of Bitcoin or some other cryptocurrency could have a similar effect. The U.S. government won’t give up the dollar’s dominance without a fight, though. My prediction for the year is that we’ll see a lot more regulation of cryptos — the last grasp of a discredited state.


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