The Reconciliation Bill May Accelerate Bitcoin Adoption In The U.S.

The Reconciliation Bill May Accelerate Bitcoin Adoption In The U.S.

The proposed bill includes intrusive tax collection measures which would inhibit the productivity of the nation.There’s a strong reason behind the recent wave of bitcoin adoption among the world’s least stable and poorest countries. Bitcoin disproportionately benefits the underbanked and underprivileged because it gives them access to an open global monetary network with predictable policy and low barriers to entry. Although the U.S. has attracted substantial amounts of bitcoin interest and investment since its inception, it’s safe to say that the average American citizen knows little....


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