Assembly candidate: New Jersey should mine Bitcoin to pay off its debts | Opinion

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By Kevin Ryan New Jersey ranks 50 out of 50 when it comes to its financial state. According to Truth in Accounting, New Jersey has accumulated $189.6 billion (as of September 2020) in debt. Ballpark best guess, we each owe $57,900 — and we have Trenton insiders to thank for this ever-escalating burden. The state’s financial grade is an F and we are going to have to get creative to settle our accounts. I’ve not even mentioned the over $225 billion in retirement benefits promised. It should also come as no surprise that the state did not fund the $95.7 billion in pensions and $76.8 billion in re…

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