United States National Debt Hits 23 Trillion — Over $1M Per Bitcoin
The United States national debt is now over $23 trillion or almost $70,000 per each American citizen and growing.
The United States national debt is now over $23 trillion, according to website U.S Debt Clock.
It is also worth noting that the debt per United States citizen is $69,724 and that the debt to gross domestic product ratio is 106.65%.
The milestone has been pointed out on Nov. 1 by Bitcoin advocate Twitter personality Rhythm, who also said that every dollar of U.S. national debt is, in fact, a reason to buy Bitcoin (BTC). Another user presented another interesting take adding:
“That’s more than $1,000,000 debt per 1 Bitcoin.”
“All fiat money will die”
Host of the Keiser Report and cryptocurrency entrepreneur, Max Keiser, also says that central banks are contributing to Bitcoin’s success in a recent interview with tech news outlet Hackernoon published on Nov. 1.
For instance, the impact of the U.S. Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing monetary policy on the price of Bitcoin:
“It bottomed when the Fed signaled ‘Infinite QE’ recently at around $3,300 BTC. Global Central Banking is about to go bust. [...] All fiat money will die.”
As Cointelegraph recently reported, Bitcoin proponents rang the alarm bells, pointing out that since mid-September, the U.S. Fed has effectively created hundreds of billions in new money — more than Bitcoin’s entire market cap of $165B — in a just a matter of days.