Here's the how :
1. You move somewhere in their general neighbourhood.
2. You start turning tricksi in exchange for Monopoly dollars. You advertise this in the local newspaper, maybe even put a sign on your door.
3. You will be arrested, and once you are, everybody who has a Monopoly board in the house, or else has participated in a game of Monopoly is now guilty of about fiddy million federal crimes.
Did they mortgage Park Avenue ? Whoa, illegal. Did they play the bank lending people Monopoly dollars ? Also illegal. The list is literally endless, and a prosecution by the "hard on crime"ii SEC not entirely impossible.
Here's the why :
Some retard in the poorest part of Texas came up with this brilliant piece of nonsense. The best parts :
First, the Court must determine whether the BTCST investments constitute an investment of money. It is clear that Bitcoin can be used as money. Therefore, Bitcoin is a currency or form of money, and investors wishing to invest in BTCST provided an investment of money.
And since it is clear hammers may be used as dildos, it therefore follows by this kangaroo court's contorted logic that hammers actually are dildos. For that matter since children can be used as prostitutes it probably is the case that children are prostitutes. You know, in Texas, East District.
Since paper could in principle be smoked it then follows that all paper sold anywhere should be charged the tobacco excise. If there's any doubt on the matter one could always roll up the court's docket and smoke it, resolving the problem. Because water could be drunk it is therefore imperative all public fountains get on the phone with the FBI, as it seems they are publicly dispensing alcohol without the proper permits.
It's sad they took away the requirement that magistrate judges go to school at all, obtain as much as an equivalence degree or even have the most cursory understanding of the law whatsoever. At least nurses (the approximate equivalent of the magistrate judge in the hospital environment) are expected to have some cursory understanding of medicine past what the average McDonalds cashier might display. It is generally the case that TAs are at least marginally versed in the subject matter of the professor they assist. Why exactly are magistrates extempted from having a clue in the US ?
But all that aside : the relevance of the United States is still slipping away, exactly for the reasons explained before. Like it or not like it, I am the regulatory authority of Bitcoin to a much larger degree than the SEC ever was or ever will be. As tempting as it may be, butthurt and posturing is not the solution to this set of problems. The actual solutions are described in that same place : shut up and start investing.———