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Oct 07,2021

Edward Snowden Says Bitcoin Up 10x Since He Tweeted About Buying It, China's Ban Makes BTC Stronger

Security dissident and informant Edward Snowden says that bitcoin is up multiple times since he tweeted about getting it. Bitcoin is more grounded "notwithstanding an organized worldwide mission by state-run administrations to sabotage public comprehension of — and support for — cryptographic money," he said.

Edward Snowden Says Bitcoin Stronger Despite Governments' Anti-Crypto Campaign

Previous PC knowledge expert for the National Security Agency (NSA) and worker for hire for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Edward Snowden, tweeted about bitcoin Sunday. It references another tweet he made last year that peruses, "This is the initial time in some time I've wanted to purchase bitcoin."

"Once in a while I recall this and can't help thinking about the number of individuals who purchased bitcoin then, at that point," Snowden composed Sunday. "It's up [about] 10x since, notwithstanding a planned worldwide mission by states to sabotage public comprehension of — and support for — digital money. China even prohibited it, yet it just made bitcoin more grounded."

The cost of bitcoin rose from around $5K when he tweeted on March 13, 2020, to about $50K at the hour of composing dependent on information from Markets.

Snowden has for some time been an ally of bitcoin, tweeting about the cryptographic money on numerous events.

At the point when El Salvador made BTC legitimate delicate close by the U.S. dollar, the protection lobbyist expressed: "There is presently tension on contending countries to secure bitcoin … Latecomers might lament wavering."

When Onlyfans said it would restrict clients from posting physically unequivocal substance because of mounting strain from banking accomplices and installment suppliers, Snowden tweeted, "Bitcoin fixes this." Furthermore, when President Joe Biden divulged a generally huge $6 trillion 2022 spending plan in May, Snowden expressed: "Six trillion dollars? This is useful for bitcoin."

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