Money Peter Thiel warns: Bitcoin might become the Weapon of China
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billionaire and PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel recommends that the US government to regulate bitcoin strictly. Otherwise, it can not be ruled out that China uses the Bitcoin to damage the US financial system.
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The well-known investor Peter Thiel is invested in Bitcoin, but still advises care. In his opinion, there is a risk to be underestimated that the People's Republic of China could address the Bitcoin as a weapon against the US dollar.billionaire Thiel and again criticizes China and again clearly
on the occasion of a virtual roundtable call with ex-foreign minister Mike Pompeo at the Richard-Nixon Foundation on Wednesday, Thiel did not make a secret from his skepticism. He was in general for Krypto in general and maximum for Bitcoin in particular, but asked if China could not address the Bitcoin as a weapon against the US financial system.
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"Even Though I'm a Pro-Crypto, Pro-Bitcoin Maximalist Person, I do Wonder Whether at this point Bitcoin Should So Be Thought of In Part As a Chinese Financial Weapon Against The U.S." SaysCo-Founder Peter Thiel.
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The fear is nourished by China's announcement of its own digital currency, which is due to the local central bank will be controlled. Thiel sees nothing but a "totalitarian measuring instrument" in the form of an "internal stable coin" of the state. This cryptostrategy should assess the US government under geopolitical aspects and react accordingly.China skepticism spreads in the US
China skepticism Thiels is not really new. Already at the end of 2019, Thiel had invested $ 50 million in Startup Layer1 from San Francisco. Ther, Thiel wanted to strengthen the meaning of the US as a bitcoin mining site compared to the China to be called.
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China's strong position in bitcoin-mining not only drives thiel the worries on the forehead. Recently, the prominent investor Kevin O'Leary refused to accept Bitcoin, which were scheduled in China. Such "blood coins", which, reject, he left .
at O'Leary, however, plays the political aspect, which conjures Thiel, no role. He would easily accept Bitcoin if she dautened in China from renewable energies. Peter Thiel, on the other hand, is known as a political Heat's head. In the course of the conversation with Pompeo Criticized Thiel, who had already heard the Ex-US President of the Ex-US President Donald Trump, the Tech-Giant Apple and Google for theirs - in his opinion - too close relations with China.
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