In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss central bankers and governments from Iceland to Argentina attempting to tilt the global pinball game so that the ball goes in the 'right' hole while 'invincibility' tattoos fail to protect from the guns and knives of financial weapons in the real world. In the second half, Max Keiser talks to Tuur Demeester of Macrotrends.be about the recent report from the European Central Bank suggesting they are concerned about the new breed of decentralized digital currencies threatening their seignorage rights. They also discuss the financial jungle of Argentina where capital controls and economic chaos prove a great testing ground for new currencies
someone could lose their Bit coins would be if the Internet collapsed? Is that right? Or the grid failed, ie, no electricity?
Re: Argentina. How the hell can a US Court decide what happens to Arg. bonds? Must be that some US Banksters own some of Argentina's bonds, right? And they've decided to bankrupt them again....taking what they have saved up, right?
I still have a hard time getting my head around Bit Coin. I'll read more. Or I'll go get some Bit Coins and learn by doing.