Don't worry if you "don't understand Bitcoin" - I do.
And honestly, just like a microwave oven, you don't have to actually understand how it works to make it work
At present, a single Bitcoin is worth more than most people worldwide make in a year, and (by design) less Bitcoin are being produced
every year. This means that the overall supply is dwindling and at the same time the demand for Bitcoin ownership is exponentially
increasing. Often touted as a "deflationary currency," many people are seeing the value of allocating a percentage of their
savings - and especially retirement - into Bitcoin.
Something to Note: Because a "broker" is not needed to buy Bitcoin, and financial managers cannot yet earn commissions from
recommending Bitcoin, take it with a grain of salt that most of them still discuss bitcoin in about the same way that taxi drivers
speak of Uber, or how a Blockbuster Video owner/manager might "recommend" Netflix! That, and they don't understand it either.
Despite this, many cities, states, and countries are increasingly preferring Bitcoin as a means of exchange. You've no doubt seen
the many Bitcoin ATM machines popping up in gas stations recently. What you might not know, is that El Salvador has adopted bitcoin
as a legal tender. Now Arizona is likewise proposing "Bitcoin as legal tender" in a new bill, and Texans are having the
exact same conversation. Before this movement becomes saturated and mainstreamed by the end of this decade, we have our one chance
to get ahead of the curve. Don't let me down, Fancy.
Elect Guy Malone to ensure that widespread Bitcoin adoption and Bitcoin wealth finds a home in Roswell.
If elected, and with permission of the City Council, I will contact and authorize "remote" bitcoin mining contract(s) to
start immediately, before ground is even broken on any new facilities. My plan is for the initial wave of proceeds to go to
either reduce or eliminate the property taxes of our citizens over the age of 65. This idea isn't original, of course. Many
states have reduced tax burdens for their retired citizens. I share their belief that those on fixed incomes are
already burdened enough with inflation, cost increases, and existing taxes. Putting their home in jeopardy just feels... wrong.
As time passes, and as we learn together how to generate and designate the proceeds from Bitcoin mining, I believe we can lower
the age to 60 and then eventually 55. Truly smart investment in the Bitcoin space can allow us to make changes that are usually
reserved for wealthy cities. In fact, Frances Suarez, the Bitcoin-famous mayor of Miami, Florida is leveraging his crypto knowledge
to float local discussions about "a city that runs without taxes."
I'd like to serve the people of Roswell by helping us look more into the 21st century's technology as a means to aid us in securing
our own economic future. I've helped countless friends and family members to get on board with small weekly bitcoin purchases, and
the same principals, combined with my experience, certifications, and industry placement, can work to grow Roswell's economy as well.