“but it's always been to give people freedom from financial oppression.”Not really, since international financial regulations are mainly used to control and oppress. Read Confessions of an Economic Hitman some time. Or remember the Cantilon Effect I mentioned. It's why El Salvador and now many other countries are looking to Bitcoin for salvation, and why so many in Bitcoin are motivated to make it work no matter the price.View attachment 132105
Nothing sudden about it. I kept telling you that's the reason I and many others are in Bitcoin. You and others keep saying it's to make money on it going up, or to sell my bags to someone else, but it's always been to give people freedom from financial oppression.
They don't have enough. Even the totalitarian nightmare surveillance state of Communist China doesn't have enough.
In Europe there's a popular payment method called MB Way, where you see a QR code on the permanent terminal, and you just scan it with your banking app. Same concept. But that's if you want to have control of your money. I agree most people will just keep trusting their bank with it, so they'll just use Bitcoin with their debit card, which they can already,
Depends on the country. People in Venezuela have no problem using it, since they know their country's financial regulations and government are extremely corrupt.
But like I said, I'm not worried about KYC on non-custodial wallets. The concept is too stupid to even consider.
I'm not a liar. As I said, you'll just dismiss any proof as conspiracy.
If you want to give me some freedom from financial oppression through some extra Bitcoin you have I’l I’d be willing to accept your offer :3