Debate: Should Bitcoin Be Regulated By Centralized Governments? [VIDEO]

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Government is a propaganda scheme to brainwash people so they forget they own themselves.

Look at the etymology of the word---”govern”, which in Latin is “guvernare”, meaning to control, and “ment” is “mentis”, meaning “mind”---to control the mind.

It’s mind control to convince you that your enslavement is for your own good.

I’ve spoken all across the world and regularly ask audiences if they believe they own themselves.

Even in the 21st century, the human psyche has yet to break free from this archaic, “socially-contracted” babysitter called the (nanny) state.

So when I’m on stage debating an opponent who claims to love and embrace cryptocurrency, I’m not too surprised to hear them advocating to increase the state’s power.

I recently traveled to Tel Aviv to present and debate at the Israel Bitcoin Summit. Gidi Bar Zakay, a former regulator, is a fairly eloquent speaker, but took the position that the way forward for crypto is through government regulation. It’s a juxtaposition that baffles most libertarians who’ve been interested in bitcoin for reasons beyond investing.

Cryptocurrencies are, by design, meant to be free---free from central planners and regulators, yes. That means, free from the state. It’s the most important feature!

Yet sometimes, the only way forward is to take a leap---not unlike Indiana Jones when, upon traversing that large chasm, had to step blindly--yet faithfully--onto the invisible bridge.

As I explained to Crypto Insider, the beauty and power of cryptocurrencies is that they regulate themselves.

You Can Watch My Full Debate With Zakay Here:

One thing I make very clear in the debate is my belief that humanity is at a crossroads---a fork in the road where for the first time in a long time, we can choose our destiny.

Of course, one path will lead to an Orwellian fascist takeover of reality…

The other path, however, can be unchained freedom, innovation, progress, and prosperity like the human race has never seen.

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@dollarvigilante, I am not pretty sure that governments would be able to regulate crypto. How will they do it? It is impossible to regulate a code/protocol.

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Get your savings into gold and bitcoin. Vaultoro lets you do both.

If the government cannot regulate, then it will try to destroy it ....
So you have to be ready for anything.

Regulation will help to join more people into cryptocurrency but before government should find a solution for these ICO's. The Adaptation is kept increasing which makes us find the best solution for us.

Bitcoin is easy to regulate.. I've talked to people regarding this subject, and it's not the honey badger everyone thinks it is.. I think people will learn this very soon. It will be a sad day when people realize that decentralization of power is the real question at hand. Politics will never be obsolete, and that was always a utopian ideal, but the philosophical musing wasn't for nothing - we can at least make it nonviolent. Self-regulation is a powerful idea that must be an essential aspect to the industry.