- Simon Dixon is a believer that bitcoin will be the only exit from the international reset of finance
- This will give central banks the ability to destroy itself and potentially the whole banking system.
- Dixon gave his views during the latest episode of the Keiser report.
- He discussed the pandemic of the coronavirus and its impact on the financial world.
The CEO of the crypto funding platform BnkToTheFuture, Simon Dixon is a believer that bitcoin will be the only exit from the international resets of finance which will give central banks the ability to destroy itself and potentially the whole banking system.
Dixon gave his views during the latest episode of the financial news program, the Keiser report. He discussed the international pandemic of the coronavirus and its impact on the financial world as a whole.
He further warned that the health aspect of the crisis was by no means its worst. Speaking to Max Keiser, the host of the news program, he said that he didn’t want to be dramatic, but this is a global reset in the financial system.
Following this, he said that there was a massive fight for power by many governments and central banks. However, the people that will face the repercussions the most are the taxpayers and those who are forced to rely on Fiat money.
Dixon further said:
“I think we’re going to see a real attack from central banks on traditional banks as we inevitably experience the ginormous consequences of essentially the world’s largest regulated Ponzi scheme.”
It will be interesting to see how this situation plays out. For more news on this and other crypto updates, keep it with CryptoDaily!
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