In light of the recent bailout of Silicon Valley Bank, it seems appropriate to review Rule 11 of the game of Monopoly:
11. What if the bank runs out of money?
Some players think the bank is bankrupt if it runs out of money. The bank never goes bankrupt. To continue playing, use slips of paper to keep track of each player’s banking transactions, until the bank has enough paper money to operate again. The banker may also issue “new” money on slips of ordinary paper.
So we find ourselves in a real world game where the federal government and various adjacent institutions manipulate banking, and money at its core. While some people have to work for their money, others just have to be in the right place at the right time for a handout. That probably doesn’t sit well with most people who work hard for their money, try to save for themselves, their loved ones and their future.
Fortunately, you can exit this unfair system and be your own bank. Bitcoin allows you this option, where you don’t need to be dependent on a third party to have access to your money.
This is just one of the benefits of Bitcoin and money that you own without government control. We encourage readers to learn more and opt out of this unhealthy financial game.