Bitcoin is plummeting in value. Why is anyone surprised?
In the meantime, the Federal Reserve Bank, Obama, Romney and their supporters brush away Paul's comments as though his warnings were gnats.
Anti-Fed testimony before the House is just one more example of the spread of Paul's libertarian economics.
A fascinating new site allows people to exchange fiat money for Bitcoins directly with each other without having to use a third party exchange.
Unlike secession, the state currencies movement is not a form of protest but a wise protection of the states' citizenry against having their economy reduced to a Stone Age barter system.
While Japan embraces inflation, Virginia wants to issue its own money. These are signs of the decay of fiat currencies (especially the dollar) and people's confidence in them.
In the latest bitcoin news, the largest bitcoin exchange has had its U.S. bank account seized by Homeland Security Investigations for failing to register as a "money transmitter" in the U.S.
Switching from dollar bills to coins could save the U.S. $4.4 billion. That may not dent the federal deficit, but with the fiscal cliff looming it's time to pinch pennies — or dollars.