What Bitcoin Is Teaching UsJeffrey Tucker
Apr. 10, 2013
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"Thanks to Bitcoin, I am now living debt-free, just today managed to pay off all of my credit card debt! so reports a poster on Reddit, and the statement was echoed by many others. A currency that not only discourages debt, but earns enough money to pay off previous debt, plus encourages saving?
It seems unthinkable to people today. Thats because none of us in living memory has had experience with a currency that rises in value. The emergence of Bitcoin a digital currency that has grown in purchasing power over time has changed that experience dramatically. As a free-market currency, it does what currency should do, which is increase in value over time.