03 Nov '12, 4pm

ECB: "Roots Of Bitcoin Can Be Found In The Austrian School Of Economics" via @jonmatonis

Bitcoin fully embodies the spirit of denationalized money as it seeks no authority for its continued existence and it recognizes no political borders for its circulation. Indeed according to the report, proponents see Bitcoin as “a good starting point to end the monopoly central banks have in the issuance of money” and “inspired by the former gold standard.” It's good to see the knowledge that Bitcoin early adopters have now going mainstream.

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