The Trump Train Goes to Washington; Three Ways Trump Helps Bitcoin

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As I went over in an Op-Ed on Sunday, Hillary Clinton could not be allowed to become President of the United States. Call me crazy, but the world does not need openly corrupt, lying, World War 3-threatening politicians controlling Washington. Donald Trump wanted to “drain the swamp” and he is a man who gets things done, starting at the head of state. He’s already done more in one night than President Obama has done in eight years. Thank you America, for joining me and the rest of the liberty movement on the right side of history. Ok, enough about me being so right all the time…..what does this mean for Bitcoin? I’m going to give you three fast ways Trump helps Bitcoin and provides Bitcoin a much better future than the corrupt alternative. Bitcoin price should go up even faster for the rest of the year Bitcoin has proven to be just like Donald John Trump, a winner, from jump street, and 2016 has been no different. Bitcoin was up by over 60 percent this year going into election night, and these results will only build upon that growth throughout the coming weeks and months ahead. Bitcoin has proven to …

Making Sense of Hillary Clinton’s Bitcoin Rejection

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 For Hillary Clinton’s campaign, accepting bitcoin was “too libertarian”. That’s what we learned last week when it was revealed senior campaign aides for the US presidential candidate considered taking bitcoin campaign donations, but dismissed the idea. The email was part of the cache released by Wikileaks, but came to light via a social media thread dedicated to sharing noteworthy content from the many thousands of leaked messages. For some market observers, the content of the conversation raised questions about the Clinton campaign and its knowledge of the technology. That’s because, back in June, the Clinton campaign declared that its candidate supported public service blockchain applications. The claim implied some familiarity with the mechanics of bitcoin (it’s the first implementation of blockchain technology, after all), even though the policy seems more likely to have been written by a tech-savvy advisor. So what is the Democratic hopeful’s position on bitcoin? The campaign did not respond to requests for comment, but other analysts shared ideas. Brian Forde, former technology advisor to the White House and a senior lecturer at MIT, believes the potential future president has a genuine commitment. Forde told CoinDesk: “Clinton has been a fierce advocate for Internet freedom, and I think, similarly, she will make the right decisions …