I think the answer takes me back to 2008 when I felt like I really needed to research the banking system and how money is created. I bought a few books. At the time I wanted to understand how the older generation had allowed the debt to rise so rapidly. I was bothered by the ease in which banks and politicians could create new money, effectively placing a hidden tax on poor people. Block Collider is an alignment of like-minded philosophies for me. When people are in control of a monetary system, it inevitably leads to corruption, despite the best intentions of the systems founders. It took me a while to discover bitcoin, but when I fully understood the implications that a decentralized system had on the future of money, I was hooked. I spent quite a lot of time researching cryptocurrencies, and when I found Block Collider, I thought that I had found something that aligned with my views on bitcoin. As my understanding of Block Collider grew with BCE1 and other bits of information, I found myself more and more attached to the core principles of Block Collider, and how these principles never wavered.
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