We don’t trade we accumulate…
Bitcoin is more than a new asset to trade. And it isn’t a fad that will soon fade away. It’s a new way of working that’s powering the next generation of innovative technology.
Think of it like this. It’s the technology of Google Maps that has enabled the growth of companies like Deliveroo and Uber. In the same way, Bitcoin, and other cryptocurrencies, are the building blocks for a whole new wave of tech.
Bitcoin is set to become the one of the most valuable assets in the world and will play a critical role in the development of technology across the next 10 to 20 years.
Think beyond ‘internet money’. Bitcoin has the potential to address social issues, reduce poverty and close the inequality gap.
Our current financial system is broken but Bitcoin has the power to transform it.
So, how can Bitcoin help fix our broken financial system?
One way it does this is through preventing manipulation: no party around the world can increase total supply.
Currently, governments and banks are able to create money, which devalues currencies and leads to inflated prices of products, services and goods.
Inflation disproportionately affects those with less wealth and assets, who are hit harder by increased prices.
However, Bitcoin cannot be created from nothing in the same way as traditional currencies so….
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