Max Keiser goes insane at Nexus Conference Part 2: closing statement is an own-goal against BitCoin

Yesterday, I refuted Max Keiser’s most unemotional, well-thought out argument during the Keiser vs. Schiff debate at the 2017 Nexus Conference.

Today, I’m posting a correction.

Keiser’s most unemotional, well-thought out argument actually happens in his closing statement, where he made a strong case against BitCoin:

You didn’t bring up the best use case for gold and silver: in your own home, where you live in Puerto Rico, just got scraped and there’s no energy; there’s no electricity. So clearly in that circumstance, it would not be ideal for BitCoin. [Schiff: And all the cell phones are down.]

Max Keiser, September 22, 2017 (View full debate)

There’s nothing more to add really. He’s right.

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