The Canadian Bitcoin Conference: An Excellent Opportunity for New Bitcoiners

The first Canadian Bitcoin conference has officially been announced and is scheduled for the June 17th-18th weekend of 2023 at the Chelsea Hotel in Toronto.

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Bukkele’s Bitcoin Bet Pays Off As El Salvador Meets IMF Loan Payment

In 2021, when Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele recognized Bitcoin as legal tender, the President drew much criticism, arguing El Salvador had doomed its economy. Now, with El Salvador having paid this debt, the Bitcoin detractors might have to eat their words.

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New York Federal Reserve Introduced Wholesale Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) Pilot

One story that escaped most headlines last month was that the Federal Reserve, New York Branch started a 12-week CBDC (Central Bank Digital Currency) pilot project on Nov. 15th, 2022. This story is both significant and not that significant for a variety of reasons that need to be delved into. 

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Electric Cars Aren’t New And Have Always Been Toys For Rich Urbanites

Private motor vehicles were a novel invention, but at this time were a luxury only the wealthy could afford. The upper class of course resided in cities, making electric cars totally practical as this is where electric car owners would have access to built-up electrical grids.

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Putin May Be Planning More Aggressive Moves In East-Europe: Moldova-Transnistria

Prior Russo-Ukrainian War (2014 to present) which is devastating to that nation, the tiny landlocked Moldova was the leading candidate for the most backward country in Europe. Situated between Romania and Ukraine, chief among Moldova’s issues is the unresolved ‘Transnistria war,’ and Russia’s stance on that issue. 

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Green Energy Fails: Europe Has To Rely On Coal Power As Russia Constricts Oil And Gas Flow

After several weeks of individual European countries expanding coal-based power generation due to Russia constricting O&G supplies due to the Ukraine conflict, esp. in the examples of Germany and Italy, etc, the Eurozone as a whole has had to pivot to coal as the energy source of choice for the near future. 

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The Liberals’ ‘Truck Tax’ Represents The Worst Kind of Class Warfare

The Trudeau regime’s proposed taxing of new pickup trucks in Canada has to be called out more often for what it is: obviously mean-spirited, and a form of targeted class warfare against blue-collar workers.

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‘The Great Reset and the Rise of Bitcoin’ Is A Must Watch For New Bitcoiners

Corbyn goes on to paint a compelling picture that, with or without this disastrous policy of money printing, the US dollar was close to reaching the end of its life cycle as a fiat currency anyway. Corbyn explains the ‘long term debt cycle’ here, and how the U.S. dollar was easily calculable to be reaching its fiat dollar twilight years in and around the year 2020. But when we reach the end of this cycle, what happens next? 

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Canada’s Central Bank Attacks Bitcoiners For Opposing Financial Centralization

The Bank of Canada and Globe and Mail justify their argument using emotionally based ideological attacks disguised as logic. One of their key points boils down to the vilification of men, with the Bank of Canada stating that ownership of Bitcoin is “concentrated among young, educated men with high household income and low financial literacy…”

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What Country Might Recognize Bitcoin as Legal Tender Next?

There is no rule that says countries must declare their intent to make Bitcoin legal tender at the annual Bitcoin Conference. It could very easily happen sometime even this year that more countries follow the path El Salvado has set out, and here’s a list of strong candidates in contention.

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