Craig Bergman, Ex Political Director of Ron Paul Builds New Blockchain Company

From his 'Silicon Prairie' in Des Moines, Iowa, the Ex political director for the Ron Paul 2008 Presidential Campaign, Craig Bergman now operates an Organization named Vortex Blockchain Technologies Inc. (Vortex) as CEO and President. In a phone discussion, Bergman explains how he is merely mining bitcoin and other cryptos while he gets up on filings with the SEC.

According to an SEC filing report, "Vortex Blockchain Technologies, Inc was organized on 14 February 2013, in the State of Nevada as UA Granite Corporation, and a reverse merger with Vortex Network, LLC was completed on 17 October 2018." Currently enrolled as VXBT, 75,500,000 shares are outstanding - all of which are yet privately owned.

Craig Bergman

The new SEC 10-Q Report for the quarter ending Sept. 2019 states, "...the Organization is involved in software and hardware construction, bitcoin mining, cybersecurity, fintech, and Artificial Intelligence, has been revealed a successful concern view, and relies primarily upon the selling of our securities and loans of its CEO and directors to fund works." Bergman said his expectation that his company's securities will begin trading publicly in August.

Almost as impressive as the transactions performed in operating out his blockchain firm to the public is Bergman himself. Of his days going on the College Republicans for Jack Kemp, he immediately got himself within Austrian economic theorists and gold standard champions. Bergman also has a charitable foundation called 'Patriots for Christ' that educates Americans to support their civic duty based on Theology. Eventually, by his work as a movie producer of the documentary' Unfair: Exposing The IRS', Craig Bergman keeps himself occupied.

His leadership for Vortex Blockchain Solutions, Inc., his strength is high, and a variety of interests in the crypto and blockchain space is related to his other efforts. While acknowledging he had initially been dismissed Bitcoin as 'Magic Internet Money,' he presently considers Bitcoin and its pseudonymous creator Satoshi Nakamoto as excellent at business, but poor at math. "Every year, I would start halving and begin with a giant pool. BTC can't make it another 100 years as it is not high enough to take the 100 Trillion dollar world market," states Bergman.

As Bergman regrets, he cashed out early enough to put in new marble countertops in his kitchen in his other experience with Bitcoin, but did not 'HODL' or hold on for dear life. Everywhere in the crypto community express their intention with not trading BTC no matter what happens, based on their long-term positions in the technology. Yet, according to Bergman, BTC has a short time before the currency no longer can control the world economy's capacity that he thinks a new 'Future coin' will be capable of doing. "Cardano is resembling, but it's like viewing Shawshank Redemption where Charles Hoskinson is scratch away at a barrier behind a Marilyn Monroe banner. Will he eventually breakthrough? Apparently, but it will take 20 years."