Read About 2 Men Who Predicted Bitcoin In A Way That Will Shock You

While Clinton was beginning his second term, and Titanic was making box office,  2 men were also making predictions on what is happening 20 years after.

James Dale Davidson and Lord William Rees-Megg wrote an Audacious, weird and creepy history book that pointed to a great transition and which described a currency so sinilar to our Bitcoin;The Sovereign Individual:
Mastering the Transition to the Information Age
( TSI ).

At almost the exact middle of the book, a subsection says :“Now the advent of the Information Age implies
another revolution in the character of money,”
cybercommerce begins, it will lead inevitably to
cybermoney. This new form of money will reset the
odds, reducing the capacity of the world’s
nationstates to determine who becomes a Sovereign
Individual. A crucial part of this change will come
about because of the effect of information
technology in liberating the holders of wealth from
expropriation through inflation,” they write.

Lord Williams was  67 when he and his partner continued in TSI in the 1990's.“Soon, you will pay for almost any
transaction over the Net or World Wide Web at the
same time you place it, using cybercash. This new
digital form of money is destined to play a pivotal
role in cybercommerce. It will consist of encrypted
sequences of multi-hundred-digit prime numbers.
Unique, anonymous, and verifiable, this money will
accommodate the largest transactions. It will also
be divisible into the tiniest fraction of value. It will
be tradable at a keystroke in a multi-trillion-
dollar wholesale market without borders,” they

His partner, Dale Davidson who is much younger and known as a Clinton hater met Lord William  nearly forty years back and both bonded and became friends and developed a working relationship which evolved from writing newsletter to books.

Continuing on TSI, they said “Inevitably, this new cybermoney will be
denationalized. When Sovereign Individuals can deal
across borders in a realm with no physical reality,
they will no longer need to tolerate the long-
rehearsed practice of governments degrading the
value of their money through inflation. Why should
they? Control over money will migrate from the
halls of power to the global marketplace,”

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This though, has become a subject of debate as most suggestions are about what the government should be doing not how less they should exist.

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