8-bit coin group (BTC) Enthusiasts have launched a kickstarter campaign to publish educational books for US federal policy makers to reduce their reliance on traditional media stories about cryptocurrencies. The campaign managed to raise $ 23,151, almost five times the goal of $ 5,000.
This book was conceptualized shortly after the US House of Representatives Passed $ 1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill, Mandates strict reporting requirements for the crypto community. according to To the author:
“We started writing a book to help policy makers understand where Bitcoin users are from and what they care about. We think it’s geek money. I want to get rid of it and show how it affects so many people in the United States. “
Kickstarter was launched by Texas-based crypto entrepreneur and experienced writer Jimmy Song. Other authors include Analyese Wiederspan, Gary Leeland, Petritzzo, Amanda Cavaleri, CJ Wilson, Charlene Faddy Repo, and Lamar Wilson.
According to the schedule, the manuscript of the Bitcoin book will be drafted and will be completed by the end of 2021. By January, the author will be able to sell audiobooks and paperbacks. This is supported by the “Book Launch Event”. In Washington, DC to promote this book. “
The author of the Bitcoin book has already booked an initial $ 5,000 for the book’s production, but additional funding will be invested in the book’s launch party.
“As the author of this book, we realized that Washington’s impression was far from reality and tried to correct this perception.”
In support of Bitcoin’s book effort to explain the regulatory ecosystem in an easy-to-understand manner, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said there was no concern that crypto would disrupt the country’s financial stability. I hinted.
As Cointelegraph reported, Powell also states that Stablecoin has the potential to expand “especially if it is associated with one of the very large tech networks that exist.”