Why Bitcoin Was Created

Bitcoin is the development of a global monetary system based on transparency, accessibility, and censorship resistant economic expression. Bitcoin aims to disrupt the inefficiencies of today’s monetary systems, which are dominated by government entities and quasi-governmental central banks through their use of policy decisions and money printing to facilitate global exchange.

By constructing a free market solution to an otherwise monopolistically controlled enterprise, bitcoin seeks to eliminate drawbacks which consist of, but are not limited to: inflation, bailouts, national debt, etc.

Bitcoin removes control from select institutions and distributes it across a global network of voluntary participants.

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