The brilliant bitcoiner and entrepreneur Balaji Srinivasan has just published a scathing critique of the American state in its handling of the FTX case. According to him, the SBF case reveals the immense level of corruption within the establishment.
Inflation has been galloping for almost two years, mainly due to the profligacy of central banks. Since then, central banks have turned around and become a little more vigilant. Nevertheless, they face a colossal dilemma: the peril of debt or the peril of inflation. It's reasonable to assume that central banks will react this time, as they have every other time: by rearming their monetary bazooka. If so, it could well be the return of happy days for bitcoiners. Let's talk bull run.
The Bitcoin ecosystem is a real anthill of innovation, constantly pushing back the boundaries of what's feasible. While some are inclined to portray Bitcoin as an outdated protocol, relegated to the shadow of Ethereum, the reality is quite different. Ambitious initiatives such as Fedimint, Magma and Miniscript are at the forefront. These technologies have the potential to catalyze large-scale institutional adoption of Bitcoin, redefining the contours of finance in the 21st century. At last, you'll have the arguments to answer the shitcoiners.
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