Pompliano Believes Satoshi Should Get The Nobel Peace Prize For The Creation of Bitcoin


Anthony Pompliano, the founder of Morgan Creek Digital, a large digital assets company, has recently affirmed that the creator of Bitcoin, the person who created the alias of Satoshi Nakamoto, should receive the Nobel Peace Prize for his contribution to the world.

According to the executive, Satoshi has created the first global reserve that could be fully used without anyone ever needing to engage in

“violence”.

Pompliano’s idea of violence comes from the view that national fiat currencies only hold value because they are centralized and backed by the coercion of the State. Because of this, a truly international currency that had no central control would be non-violent in his view.

During the current U. S.-China Trade War, his argument can be seen in how countries use their currencies as “weapons” to achieve economic policies and to fight for power. The whole world is shaken because of the tumultuous policies enacted by the two countries.

While China is using its fiat to hurt the U. S. economically, the U. S. is using the dollar to control the finances of the world for decades. Fiat currencies are from being only a store of value, they are a tool for power and for enacting policies. Only Bitcoin, in Pompliano’s vision, would be exempt from that and a more non-violent form of money.

Obviously, it would be hard to give Satoshi the price since he disappeared in 2010 and there is not a single trace of him anymore. People such as Craig Wright and others have been claiming that they are the real Satoshi Nakamoto for years, but no one was able to actually prove it yet until now.

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