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In this YouTube video, Yves De Mombynes is interviewed by a host about his position on Bitcoin. De Mombynes is a magistrate at the Court of Accounts, a philosopher, and a writer. He is best known for his book, "Surfin' Bitcoin," which looks at the world of cryptocurrencies. During this interview, De Mombynes discusses his concerns about the regulatory pressures on Bitcoin and how it can be censored. He believes that Bitcoin will have the best future and views it as optimistic, better positioned to offer stability in the long term than central governments like the Euro. De Mombynes sees Bitcoin as a reference value, a solution for storing and transferring wealth in countries with unstable currencies or high levels of inflation. He also believes that Bitcoin's decentralized nature could provide a solution to the issue of corruption and abuse of power by governments or central banks. The focus on investing in specific industries like Bitcoin can also lead to advancements and valuable insights over time, argues the speaker.