Crypto enthusiasts around the globe, see with enthusiasm how Bitcoin became a part of the Paris protests. The provocative mural this time shows the French Romantic artist Eugène Delacroix burning a 100 euro banknote.
This is the third Mural Pascal Boyart has done during the Paris protests. Pascal Boyart is an incredibly innovative artist with solid political perspectives. The mural raises flags about the centralized institutions that impoverish people by devaluating their savings and controlling their monetary freedom.
— Le Crypto Yannick 🇨🇦 🇫🇷 ₿ (@ymorin007) March 18, 2019
A photo with one of the Yellow Vest with a phrase on his back saying “Buy Bitcoin”, gone viral on the internet turned up that the movement was not just about unemployment or taxes.
The protests in Paris are an interesting development for economic inequality around the world.
People are fed up with governments using the printing press to increase the cost of living, while driving more folks into poverty. pic.twitter.com/z9lgA7cx9n
— Pomp 🌪 (@APompliano) December 2, 2018
Many think that it is more about cryptocurrencies, a movement against the monetary systems, to spread the Bitcoin revolution.
Some days ago the European Central Bank (ECB) said that Bitcoin is not money because it can not be issued! Without intention outlining Bitcoins deflationary nature, unlike fiat money that can be printed creating inflation and stealing money from the people savings.