According to Kempis, governments have an “excess of power” that is already crossing over into “abuse.”
Indira Kempis clarifies that “there is no messiah” for the global adoption of bitcoin.
“Prince Charming does not exist and no one is going to come to save you.” This is how Mexican senator Indira Kempis summarizes the idea about the adoption of bitcoin (BTC) and cryptocurrencies in the world. For her, the massive use of these assets depends entirely on the community.
during a conversation With CriptoNoticias on Twitter Space on May 24, the bitcoin enthusiast stated that it is necessary to study the way in which the control that the world’s governments have over the emerging market can be stopped.
This, since he considers that “the excess of power is affecting us and doing damage.” In addition to the fact that “it is resulting in an abuse of power”, in your opinion.
A recent and close case of this excess of power is in the north of Mexico, in the United States. A few weeks ago, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) caused the bankruptcy of Bittrex, a cryptoactive exchange, according to the community, as reported by CriptoNoticias.
According to Indira Kempis, State figures and institutions should be used to promote the adoption of the Bitcoin ecosystem. “Because that’s what they are for, they have been conquered, they have cost us entire revolutions,” she reflected.
“But we have to reconsider the entire institutional fabric that exists around the adoption of bitcoin, because if we are going to wait for the government to do it, well, that is not going to happen. I understand that ‘Prince Charming’ does not exist and nobody is going to come to save you”.
Indira Kempis, Mexican senator.
“There is no messiah”
For Kempis, the adoption of bitcoin from governments should be seen as one of the options to consider and not just the only one. “We have to get rid of the idea of a messiah, the savior. No one is coming to do it. We have to provoke it ”, he insisted.
“In the end we are a community and bitcoin is people’s money (…). With the government, without the government and despite the government, don’t expect us to have only one alternative. You have to look for all possible ways for that to happen. You don’t have to wait for someone to come in and just do the job,” Kempis said.
Kempis also criticized that the entire debate regarding bitcoin “it is practically monopolized” by the laws and the Bank of Mexico. In this sense, he exalted that they want the conversation to “get out of those walls, so that the community and those who make the decisions can share this openness to the future.”
Indira Kempis You already have time in the cryptocurrency ecosystem from his political trenches. As CriptoNoticias has reported, the senator presented a regulatory proposal to give bitcoin legal tender in the Aztec country.
As he told this medium in June of last year, the adoption of bitcoin in Mexico will take place “with or without the political class” of that country. This will allow that nation become a “pioneer in a new way of understanding the world”.