Guy on CNBC says $100USD bill is used for far more illicit activity than bitcoin.

In house guy on bitcoin claims to have investments in many different cryptocurrencies. Easily deflects question about illegal activity with bitcoin because obviously the USD is the most popular currency for crime.

He went on to discuss a decentralized internet on the blockchain which would inherently require a coin to function properly.

Then he did a bit of TA suggesting bitcoin will continue to rise after breaking above a short-term trendline.

Actually a really interesting discussion where all of the people are giving blockchain and cryptocurrencies some respect after starting the block with Buffett and Munger trashing it.

Try to find it on CNBC.com , I'll try to update this post with a link once it posted it just aired.

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Back in 2013, a single subway sandwich shop accepting Bitcoin got airtime on CNBC, and we were all jumping for joy. Nowadays we get full TV features about Bitcoin and people are like ” yawn, could be better”.

Back in 2013, a single subway sandwich shop accepting Bitcoin got airtime on CNBC, and we were all jumping for joy. Nowadays we get full TV features about Bitcoin and people are like " yawn, could be better". submitted by /u/Godfreee
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