Though very much a peripheral candidate, Andrew Yang has garnered a great deal of attention of late. He recently qualified for the first presidential debate and is famous for his Universal Basic Income proposal. Though his website hosts an impressive swath of policies, many simply know him as the UBI guy. His concerns about automation in the near future come really close to setting him apart from the pack. But his solution? Absolutely gutting the crypto industry, setting back what the world needs most in an increasingly global society. That’s right: he’s after your Bitcoin.
Since Bitcoin’s rapid rise to and subsequent tumble from just shy of $20,000 in December of 2017, many investors have been asking if crypto is dead. After all, the price of Bitcoin as of Thursday at 11:00 PM EST is just $3914. This represents an over 80% reduction in value from its peak just over a year ago. But recently, the gears of the crypto market have been whirring to life again, with some coins showing immense promise.
By Mason Mohon | @mohonofficial
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