PQC: New toys are always resisted by the very one who later use and love them the most. That’s how the mindset of the mob works. It’s disturbingly funny that everyone uses money everyday all their lives, but very few people, including professors, economists, so-called financial experts etc know and understand what money is. But they all talk about money like charlatans. Except Hitler and his adversaries, the fucking Jewish banksters.
Case in point: people who “condemn ” cryptomoney” do not realize that the plastic cards a.k.a bankcards they have been using for years are crypto-money before Bitcoin was born. Every time they do the “online banking” they do crytptomoney!
But… but… but …my cryptomoney is government controlled , your “evil bitcoin” is not!
Chris HerdMay 3
Money won’t last Forever — that is Guaranteed
It didn’t exist when exchange evolved to become a feature of humanities first economic system, nor will it persist when there is no advantage to using it. That time is approaching far quicker than traditionalists care to admit.
The reality is that our evolution to a largely cashless society is almost complete. I rarely have money on me physically, I can count on one hand the number of times I have had cash in my wallet in the last 3 years. Paper cash and metallic coins are prehistoric.
That is what those who carelessly brandish Cryptocurrency a bubble fail to comprehend. Money doesn’t care what you think. It is simply a means of exchange. When it’s utility is replaced by something more efficient it will become extinct. Right now it is a protected species with a few purists trying to revive it. Unfortunately, the poachers are pulling down each pillar which underpinned the system one by one.
Soon it will fall.
With Fiat valuations no longer tied to any commodity — with its price being entirely independent and it’s valuation contingent on what we collectively believe it to be — give me one sincere and serious argument which convinces me fiat isn’t also a bubble.
Give me a coherent reason why that if we stopped believing in the value of paper money today it would be worth anything tomorrow. Without resorting to the argument of historical precedent, the size and scale of central banks or the promise these institutions have made to maintain a certain valuation what do you have to argue against it?
Fundamentally it is still a question of trust and belief. This forces you to consider that there might be a technological solution which forces a level or trust and believe that is inconceivable in a human-led system.
Your argument might still be that cryptocurrency is a bubble, but I raise you the perspective that all money is. It is a product of our beliefs married to our hope that its value will remain. Ditto stocks, shares, and bonds.
Money is, and has been for the last 30 years, an intellectual construct centered on humanities trust in Governance — but trust in these institutions is at a historical low. We don’t trust the reasons they give for the decisions they make, they’re incentives to act in our best interests or their ability to deliver a better future.
Cryptocurrency isn’t just the future because that is what a committed band of dreamers would have you believe. It is the future because it is a new operating system for a decentralized world.
It is the future because it takes back control of the things we are most dependent on for us to subsist. It is the future because it is already here making a difference in how we act. Bitcoin has enabled a whole generation of Venezuelans to have an alternative to crippling inflation left unchecked by corruption.
- No longer do we have to trust a government to reign over us and carelessly prescribe dangerous monetary policy which we must accept.
- No longer must we accept situations of austerity forced upon us due to government intervention in a financial collapse where there was no punishment for any of the individuals who caused it.
- No longer is our future dependent on the whims of governments.
You can make any argument you like about Cryptocurrency being overvalued, about it being manipulated, about it not being a viable medium for high-frequency transactions to occur.
That’s fine but what price do you place on control?
What price would you put on trust programmed into an immutable ledger where those participating hold the keys to how the platform develops.Unilateral arbitrary decision making is replaced by consensus.
If you don’t understand the implications of that you’re not paying attention.
If you don’t understand how fiat money works, you’re not qualified to judge whether cryptocurrency will be successful or not, period. Equally, if you don’t understand the mechanisms for mining, the underlying technology that powers cryptocurrency or the economics of scarcity you aren’t qualified to tell anyone why it is a revolution.
So educate yourself and understand why things are changing, appreciate the technology underpinning the revolution. They can positively impact the progress this new system can make. Otherwise, you’re just another uneducated quack speculating to make a buck doing more damage than good.
With all that being true, if you believe in Crypto let the market come to you. Understand that the success of the system is contingent on an unwavering belief that throughout history innovation has always disrupted what currently exists.
If a system is better, exponentially so, then nothing will ever be able to stand in the way of progress. For the same reason, Google destroyed Yahoo, and Facebook vanquished MySpace, Bitcoin and Ethereum will destroy money.
In the same way Amazon has brutalized physical retail, Cryptocurrency will eradicate banks. If you don’t see this coming you aren’t paying attention.
Let the non-believers have their day, but the moment central banks pushed the button on quantitative easing they signed the death warrant of capitalism operating system that monopolized the world.
Capitalism isn’t going anywhere though. Cryptocurrency is simply a more efficient vessel which allows for its manifest destiny to be realized.
Progress is relentless.