Interview With NY’s Bitcoin Regulator Benjamin Lawsky

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Luke Rudkowski interviews Ben Lawsky at New York State regulatory bitcoin hearing about the future of government intervention with Bitcoin. Benjamin M. Lawsky is New York State’s first Superintendent of Financial Services who called for Tuesday’s special proceedings.

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  1. You can't stop cryptocurrencies just like you can't stop people from trying to be free. People will always find a way to get around the system, it's mans' mission to set himself free from people who think they can establish a system and justify it through rhetoric and force.

  2. We must accept NO regulation of crypto currency, the truth is they cannot do it. Money laundering is the act of taking money from illegal activity and placing it into banks or financial institutions to legitimize it. Banks are more dangerous than we are at money laundering. They do it all the time and issue money they don't have!

  3. Government is a centralized business. Regulation is a tool to manage it's subordinates… Bitcoin is NOT one of these subordinates why because bitcoin is DECENTRALIZED. if government wants to make regulations it should regulate ITS OWN CURRENCY BETTER.. that boys and girls is called competition… my 2 cents

  4. They CANNOT control the system, thats what they dont get ! these people are incredible ! like literally they're trying to regulate something that they have NO idea about, even on the most basic level, on the surface, if money from a bank account went into a BTC address, they'd never know who owned it, and all that would have to be done is it would be transfered to a Cellular wallet and then somewhere else, the only trace being the wallet address, i think …well , obviously, theyve become too used to the old system and how things work, there is no controlling the system, because youd have to control every single Crypto address in the world , it just cannot be done

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