Ron Paul wants Bitcoin to be fully legalized to compete with the dollar and let people decide

Former US Congressman Ron Paul said he wants to legalize competition for dollars, including bitcoin, and let the people, not the government, decide which currency to use. "Freedom of choice will solve this," he said. Ron Paul wants to legalize Bitcoin as money to compete with the dollar Former presidential candidate Ron Paul discussed Bitcoin as an alternative asset in an interview with Michelle Makori of Kitco News on Wednesday. Paul is an American author, physician, and retired politician. The former Texas congressman launched the Ron Paul Liberty Report in 2015 to "bring provocative insights and analysis on key issues affecting our lives and finances," whose website data is. When asked about his opinion on Bitcoin, Paul replied that he knows more about precious metals as money than cryptocurrency. "I was fascinated by it for a long time. But I am also affected by what will happen," he said. The former congressman added that "people should have as much freedom as possible to make choices." The Fed should also repeal the legal tender law.” Announcing that at this point the government would not allow anything to compete with the dollar nationally, he continued, "My goal is to legalize competition and the public will fix it. Freedom of choice solves the problem. My concern is governments. For ages they've been very eager to take control of money. Believe me, money is money." They won't give up control over it.” Paul was asked to explain what he meant by legalizing competition. He said, “Right now, if you buy and sell Gold you get taxes, they can do that. When you make a profit in Bitcoin, you read stories about people being taxed. You can't tax money, tax If you bought a dollar a year ago and it fell 10%, you can't afford to lose because your dollar has depreciated." So will Paul

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