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Governments Couldn’t Ban Bitcoin Even if They Wanted

Governments Couldn’t Ban Bitcoin Even if They Wanted



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  2. They could ban banks in the west from holding bitcoin because “environmental regulations” “paris accord2”

    They can release their digital dollars at the same time they do this – to buy your now underwater bitcoin for a little above market value.

    They will do this just about the time you hear your mom’s company moved 15% of the 401k into Bitcoin.

    It will steal a lot of money from the middle class and economically gutpunch china…. Untill it all backfires and bounces back higher 🤷

  3. That would be very difficult to do. There are too many individuals holding bitcoin for them just to ban it. It’s much easier to tax it and then regulate financial transactions.

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