Blockchain: the revolution we’re not ready for
Haseeb Qureshi
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Given that Bitcoin is inherently a finite supply, could governments with a strong interest in thwarting competition with the petrodollar, for instance, buy up so much of the supply that very little of it will still be in circulation for general use, in much the same way that market speculators buy up the supply of things people need in order to drive the price up beyond affordability for ordinary folk, like housing? I think if there is a weak link in the chain, govts or opportunists will find it.

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