BitBoy Crypto reports that Circle, the crypto company that offers the stablecoin USD Coin (USDC), is backed by some of the most evil people in the world. The author claims that Circle, whose investors include Goldman Sachs and Baidu, is trying to get rid of Tether in the US to usher in USDC as the future digital dollar. He also notes that Circle’s CEO, Jeremy Allaire, is a socialist who is friends with Noam Chomsky. The article argues that by introducing USDC, Circle is trying to take over the US dollar, and states that the company has just announced plans to go public in a $4.5bn blank-check deal.
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The Evil Backing Behind Circle
Who Is Behind Circle?
Circle’s Main Backers
The Introduction of the BitLicense
Circle’s Plans for a Crypto Version of the US Dollar
Circle Goes Public in $4.5 Billion Deal
What if I told you that one of the biggest companies in crypto is backed by some of the most evil people in the entire world? Would you believe me? Well, you’re going to find out today. Let’s get it! Welcome to BitBoy Crypto! My name is Ben. Today, we’re going to be taking a look at Circle and the evil backing behind it and what that means for the future.
The Evil Backing Behind Circle:
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Who Is Behind Circle?
Let’s check out Circle. What is Circle? Right? You may have– that’s a circle. Everybody knows that, right? But this is the company Circle. When you hear Circle, you should hear one company. Goldman Sachs So, here, this is the website here.
Circle’s Main Backers:
Now, who is behind Circle? This is the CEO. Jeremy Allaire Now, who is this guy? He is the co-founder, chairman and CEO of Circle. You can find out a lot more stuff about him.
The Introduction of the BitLicense:
Remember that date? Remember that date? Seven years ago would have been 2015. It doesn’t have the exact date that this was published.
Circle’s Plans for a Crypto Version of the US Dollar:
Goldman Sachs-backed startup Circle introducing a crypto version of the US dollar They’re not even trying to hide what they’re doing, folks.
Circle Goes Public in $4.5 Billion Deal:
Breaking: Stablecoin firm Circle– this is July 2021– To go public in $4.5 billion blank-check deal Who’s the only people out there that can write blank checks like that? That’s right. Goldman Sachs.