I'm not against Bitcoin, I'm against legal tender laws. Would I accept BC in payment for something, no, not yet.
I believe that a honest tool of exchange must be something that actually exists in reality, that you can touch, see, store, has labor involved in it's creation, that can't just cease to exist because of a power failure like what I'm writing here.
I understand the attraction to BC, that it undermines the banking and govt scams which is a good thing. I use FRN's because people accept them but I don't like them and just keep enough of them to pay my expenses and buy tradable things with the excess.
When and if BC gets to the point where I can get paid in BC's and can pay all my expenses with it I would use it in place of FRN's but still use the excess to buy tangible things.
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