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Banking Rules & Blockchain Fears

(12/28/23) Newly proposed rules for raising major banks' reserve requirements are raising the ire of Bank CEO's like JPMorgan/Chase's Jamie Dimon. Boo-hoo. either get completely under government control, or exist as independent private business, and be allowed to fail without bailouts. Why the government wants to force banks to hold more reserves: Buy more bonds. Bitcoin: Why is Dimon so opposed? The alternative to banking. The difference between Bitcoin vs Blockchain; Crypto is the ultimate fiat currency, backed by nothing. Why Dimon should fear blockchain.

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