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You might have noticed the world has been facing a bit of a fiscal and monetary problem of late. Bitcoin devotees are certainly aware of this as it has been the search for solutions which has stoked much of the recent interest in Bitcoin.


To some of these problems Bitcoin does offer a real solution. To others, not so much.


The big benefit of Bitcoin is its remedy to fiat currency and the inevitably ensuing inflation . Inflation is a terrible problem that impoverishes most people. The exception being the well placed interests - such as the big banks and their favored customers - who are first.

 

 
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