That's right, bitcoin. I've been following bitcoin for years, almost bought some when it was around $10, and should have, I'd be rich. Bitcoins been getting a lot of exposure recently since it's been covered by some mainstream media outlets and due to Congressional hearings about it. It looks like the U.S. government wants to control, regulate, and perhaps tax bitcoin, which kind of goes agains some of the underlying principles of bitcoin. What are your thoughts in bitcoin? Does it have any real value? Will the U.S. government succeed in regulating or destroying it? Does it, or other decentralized quasi-anonymous digital currencies, have the potential to become a dominate currency, perhaps even more commonly used than the U.S. dollar? Image a world where governments couldn't control how much money was printed, couldn't compulsorily tax their citizens, and where transitions could be done anonymously and instantaneously from/to anywhere around the world.