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Trace Mayer: Bitcoin can become a reserve asset

Section: Daily Dispatches

By Valentin Schmid
The Epoch Times, New York
Friday, January 19, 2018

After the spectacular run-up in bitcoin in 2017, there are many people who claim to be "early" bitcoin investors -- early meaning 2013 or even as late as 2016.

But bitcoin has been around since 2009, and there are few people who have been following the space since then, let alone investing in the volatile cryptocurrency. Trace Mayer, host of the Bitcoin Knowledge Podcast, is one of them. He has invested in bitcoin since 2010 and started publicly promoting it in 2011.

Even more impressive than the number of bitcoin he holds from the early years is the knowledge he accumulated in the eight years since he has been following bitcoin.

The Epoch Times spoke to Trace Mayer about bitcoin's value proposition, its geopolitical significance, and the idea of monetary sovereignty. ...

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