But it’s remarkable that Coinbase was first to push the case forward – and it seems like it has found a doozy of a lawsuit to back. First of all, as a Texan, I have to say that finding people in West Texas to stand as plaintiffs is genius. Even if you’re not an old, wizened husk like me, you probably still associate Waco with one of the most disastrous and tragic exercises of federal government power in history: the apocalyptic raid on the Branch Davidian compound on Feb. 28, 1993. And Texans were extremely skeptical of the Feds well before the lawmen of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives opened fire on a building full of people, including children.
Over two-thirds of U.S. parents and college graduates with an understanding or involvement in crypto believe that crypto should be taught in schools in order