This is an opinion editorial by Mark Shut, a startup founder, educator, and content creator.
The conversation around economic policy and regulatory changes in addition to outdated money standards is one rooted in freedom and liberty through a new Bitcoin standard. The push for political involvement is not only necessary for freedom, but unavoidable in a revolution urging fundamental change of the monetary system.
At the forefront of this revolution are organizations dedicated to pushing Bitcoin and positive policy standards that provide greater liberties to citizens. They aim to correct inefficiencies and corruptions of the outdated monetary systems currently dominating the United States.
The whole purpose behind the creation of Bitcoin is to provide a new payment system free from central control, giving everyday people the opportunity to be involved in a decentralized financial system. The hope for this new currency is one of responsible financial systems and that begins with responsible legislation.
Lee Bratcher, president of the Texas Blockchain Council, led a conversation on the importance of political involvement, speaking with Bitcoin advocates, Bruce Fenton, Dennis Porter, and Jimmy Song on their involvement