Why Bitcoin is Suppressed and SO Misunderstood, With Monero Magazine [VIDEO]

Would you agree that twelve years of government indoctrination schooling has wreaked havoc on society’s future, the youth? Probably…

But, would you agree that years of Bitcoin indoctrination have had an equal or far worse effect? If you’ve been paying attention, then the answer is likely, yes.
I just appeared as a guest on the Monero Magazine podcast hosted by Michael Fitzgerald and decided to shed light on this topic.

He asked, “What are the problems that you see in society?” I replied, “Bad information.”

I explained, “With crypto, we have the ability to cut out the bullshit noise and focus on honest signals. And I think that Satoshi actually gave us the tools to focus on honest signals.”

Anyone being honest can admit that Monero (XMR) is everything that Bitcoin (BTC) desires to be. But, as Michael and I agreed, BTC will never be able to compete with the fungibility of XMR.

While the need for sound money for our society has never been greater, the need to have control over our personal information is increasingly evident by the day.

The solution can be found in Bitcoin’s original design. For this reason, the truth has been suppressed.

Watch this interview now for a deep dive into what may soon become common knowledge.

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Michael asked, “So, what is Bitcoin (BTC)?”

I shared, “To me, BTC is a psyopa dead end. If you really have the ambition of creating sound, digital gold, and digital cash, then you need to be private by default, like Monero. BTC cannot exist without kissing the ass of Big Tech, Wall Street, and Silicon Valley.”

Satoshi gave us more than just a digital currency. With Bitcoin sCrypt, Bitcoin Virtual Machine, and the miners as the backbone of our online infrastructure, we have the ability to exchange value and data on the blockchain in a scaleable, interoperable, and open-source way.

This is the key distinction.

The crypto sector is awash with dishonest noise because participants are not only building outside of the blockchain, but the protocols they are building with cannot even scale!

I share, “Bitcoin was created to destroy Silicon Valley from a big-blocker perspective because I don’t need a back end. Bitcoin is my back end.”
This is what has the tyrants shaking in their snake-like skin.

It is sad how attacked and misunderstood Bitcoin’s original design really is.

While Monero, Pirate Chain (ARRR), and Dero (DERO) solve the need for sound digital money, Bitcoin SV (BSV) solves every other need for our society that I can imagine.

If you truly do not want to live at the mercy of Big Tech’s web infrastructure and the government’s fiat blood money, then it is imperative to pursue technologies that work. In doing so, you will gain the discernment to NOT distract yourself and waste time on inferior projects.

I was able to discuss all of this in less than 30 minutes. In just a few weeks, I will be sharing even more on the main stage at Anarchapulco.

However, you don’t have to wait to be first. Watch the full interview now!

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Rafael LaVerde

Rafael LaVerde has a background in private equity and venture capital. He discovered Bitcoin in 2012 while volunteering on Ron Paul's presidential campaign. He served as board member of a Libertarian Super PAC while doing post-graduate work in economics, and was also a member of the University of Texas’ Mises Circle. His formal education includes graduate degrees in continental philosophy and psychology. He has been a Bitcoin miner since 2014. Rafael also managed investor relations for the BitAngels Network, which helped finance the vast majority of early Bitcoin startups, and was also part of the DApps Fund team that revolutionized funding structures that eventually became known as ICOs and STOs. He was also the founding partner of what became one of the very first Bitcoin venture capital funds.