Establishment Panic? G-20 To Discuss Bitcoin At Next Meeting
Considering the lengths to which the G-20 goes to “not discuss” Japan’s burgeoning debt-to-GDP and monetization scheme, you know the elites are starting to panic when Germany backs France’s call for a full discussion on the regulation of Bitcoin at their next G-20 meeting.
As Coindesk reports, France’s finance minister is planning to push for a discussion on bitcoin regulation at a G-20 summit in 2018.
Citing French news network LCI, Reuters reported yesterday that Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said in an interview that he will ask Argentina, which is set to take control of the G20 presidency, to put bitcoin on the agenda during an upcoming gathering in April.
Le Maire was quoted as saying:
‘I am going to propose to the next G20 president, Argentina, that at the G20 summit in April we have a discussion all together on the question of bitcoin. There is evidently a risk of speculation. We need to consider and examine this and see how … with all the other G20 members we can regulate bitcoin.”
This post was published at Zero Hedge on Dec 19, 2017.