Its market capitalization is approaching $97 billion. If bitcoin were a company, its market cap puts it in the same league as some of the world's biggest corporations.
"It will eventually frighten every nation state, but it doesn’t matter what they do, there’s no way you can create a law or to legislate something that will stop Bitcoin or any cryptocurrency because technically, you cannot."
While all supporters of individual liberty and sound economics should support tax cuts, the Republicans’ failure to cut spending means that their tax plan will do little to increase liberty or prosperity.
No matter what Jamie Dimon may say, bitcoin’s durability can be expressed by one simple fact: With a market cap of $100 billion, digital currencies have become too big for banks to ignore.
According to the Tax Policy Center, the number of taxpayers with a tax increase rises over time.
In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on the privatization of the U.S economic stock market, with the latest trends and analysis from Max Keiser.
Mannarino says that U.S. debt has reached such extreme levels that when foreign creditors and investors finally decide to pull out of the U.S. dollar the system will collapse to such an extent that it will have a devastating impact not just on our way of life, but may lead to a massive bursting of what he has dubbed “the human population bubble.”
Despite all these early signs of trouble, the market marches on with euphoria as if the current bull run — one of the longest in history — can go on forever.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen announced the bank would begin selling assets it has relentlessly bought since the Crash of '08.
Stefan Molyneux and Peter Schiff discuss the massive debt the United States has acquired and what it means for the US.