Bitcoin Developer Declares War on the Nation State

Bitcoin Developer Declares War on the Nation State

In his self-described call to arms, Monero core developer elucidates his thoughts on the Bitcoin community's "Delusions of Grandeur." Our hubris led us down the path of infighting; inflated self-efficacy fueled the belief banksters would just disappear. After the brief scolding, our Bitcoin Napoleon reveals his plans for our salvation - and world domination. Also read: How Bitcoin Leads to Voluntary Government. French programmer & crypto dev David Latapie decried in an eclectic late night post on the bitcointalk.org forums. "We are resting on our laurels because BTC reached 1000 dollars.......


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Will people be buying yachts with their Dogecoin riches some day? Probably not. But are we having a lot of fun, helping great causes and spreading the digital currency word in the process? Yes we are. And perhaps if we pool our Dogecoin together we can build a Dogeyacht and sail the world, just saying...!

Jackson Palmer