I just had the unfortunate experience of listening and watching a video. Elijah the interview man from SGT had two gentleman on. A Mr Duane and a Mr Hoffman who I would bet my life never took a programming class in their life. Then the premise is that because Chris Duane say’s he has a internet conversation with a friend who was called in by the CIA and asked a few question’s. In his mind that translates to. The C I A has something to do with BitCoin. The most absurd accusation I have ever heard in my life. I was rolling on the floor. I am surprised he could keep himself from laughing. Elijah called him on nothing I began to think he was mute letting Chris get away with a comment like that. My point is this the two gentleman have no ability to speak to anyone about complex algorithms without knowing exactly how to program them by themselves. But they took to BitCoin a coin that sells at an average of $1,000,000 See every 5 minutes. See www.fiatleak.com. I so wish I was on that panel as I would have at least known what to ask. So BitCoin crashed SO DID THE NEW YOUR STOCK EXCHANGE. It means nothing. I sent Mr Duane my e mail address and my phone # and I would almost guarantee he has NO proof that the C I A had anything to do with the development of BitCoin. We have two guys up set because BitCoin is doing better than silver, because that’s what they sell, and if they were honest they would admit it. Sure I bought Gold sure I bought Silver and sure I bought BitCoins. And they my friends will out perform both. Silver and Gold. Elijah balance your panel. My friends don’t look to people with a vested interest in a product. Go to a person that will evaluate all commodities. BitCoin will hit $1,000,000 and the pack of three will still be saying the CIA did it. What was not grasped is that BitCoin is the way of the future? Like it or no! You see if they really had any smarts they would be pushing BitCoin as that is what is helping bring down the banks. But nope. They just don’t get it. Buy 1 BitCoin get rich and drive the too big to fail banks to the graves.