Bitcoin was released in 2009 as peer-to-peer digital cash for use by everyone, bypassing banks and governments. In 2017, Bitcoin (BTC) was co-opted and transformed into a store of value, dubbed ‘Digital Gold,’ rather than serving as cash. Since then, traditional and central banks have surpassed BTC with innovations such as Venmo, Zelle, Apple Pay, and Google Pay. Currently, 133 countries are in various stages of deploying Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs). Roger, who has been involved with Bitcoin since 2010, has released a new book titled “Hijacking Bitcoin.” This book details the process by which Bitcoin was hijacked and offers hope for a better alternative, backed by facts.