Adam Singer misses the point entirely. BTC’s endgame isn’t the price in USD. It’s about restoring free and competitive money markets. The USA has a money monopoly and people need more choices, but our obsession with the BTC-USD price allows him to make this argument with a straight face.
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Adam Singer misses the point entirely. BTC’s endgame isn’t the price in USD. It’s about restoring free and competitive money markets. The USA has a money monopoly and people need more choices, but our obsession with the BTC-USD price allows him to make this argument with a straight face.

Adam Singer misses the point entirely. BTC’s endgame isn’t the price in USD. It’s about restoring free and competitive money markets. The USA has a money monopoly and people need more choices, but our obsession with the BTC-USD price allows him to make this argument with a straight face.

Adam Singer misses the point entirely. BTC's endgame isn't the price in USD. It's about restoring free and competitive money markets. The USA has a money monopoly and people need more choices, but our obsession with the BTC-USD price allows him to make this argument with a straight face. submitted by /u/the420chronicler
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