Most people who buy Bitcoin don’t share its political vision; they buy it to get rich. But Bitcoin doesn’t care, they are fueling its rise as a monetary standard. Bitcoin doesn’t need your intellectual acceptance; your self-interest will force you to use it sooner or later.

Most people who buy Bitcoin don't share its political vision; they buy it to get rich. But Bitcoin doesn't care, they are fueling its rise as a monetary standard. Bitcoin doesn't need your intellectual acceptance; your self-interest will force you to use it sooner or later. submitted by /u/xentagz
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Bitcoin Is a New Haven From Hyperinflation for Rich Latin Americans (news.bitcoin.com)

Latin America has known far more than its fair share of economic troubles over the years. Whether it’s populist revolutions, military coups or some other calamity, the rich in the region always had to think of how to protect their wealth from possible confiscation, hyperinflation or whatever may come. Unlike in the past when they turned to offshore banking, real estate and gold, the best solution right now is also easily accessible by the poor and middle class, bitcoin.

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Here's How Rich You Would Be If You Bought $1000 Worth of Bitcoin a Year Ago

Recent interest in Bitcoin from institutional investors has certainly given its narrative a different tinge. Earlier this year, the world's largest futures exchange, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, said it would offer Bitcoin futures due to demand from its clients. Bitcoin investors took it as a good sign.
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