Voices of Liberty’s Joe Gressis speaks with George Selgin, professor of economics for the University of Georgia; William J. Luther, assistant professor of economics for Kenyon College; and cryptocurrency enthusiasts Andreas Antonopoulos, Amanda B. Johnson and Mark Friedenbach regarding the dawn of a new era in money and how cryptocurrencies could affect the global landscape.
These five individuals respond to the following questions:
At present Bitcoin is not that widely used. In this episode of The Future, Joe Gressis asks what lies ahead that will prompt more people to start using it, what kind of future convenience or technological breakthrough can you see as the tipping point for Bitcoin, what’s the future of government regulation of Bitcoin, if greater use of Bitcoin will make the actions of banks and governments more transparent, and more.
What are your thoughts on the future of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies?