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More than money: aspirations of a more equitable world
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Believe it or not, one of the goals of crypto
is to create a more equitable world...
...through decentralization. It's really at the heart of this whole "crypto experiment." A world where access to money and information is democratized and free... for everyone.
real world examples of bitcoin benefits
as protection against gov't blunders
In America, the idea of a government corruption tanking the value of the dollar or just flat out stealing our money, seems far fetched. But that's not the case everywhere. The Turkish Lira lost 37% of its value in 2021 and in 2013, the government in Cypress couldn't pay its debts and took the 17 billion Euros it owed directly from citizens' bank accounts. These are just two of many examples where individuals were exploited by centralized monetary policies.
Bitcoin, the first and most valuable crypto
was made after the 2008 financial crisis
The idea: creating a fixed-supply, peer-to-peer cash system that's not controlled by any single entity would protect people from fallout created by government and institutional financial misconduct.
It's about seeing how tech is changing
what we consider to be valuable
We're used to thinking that in order to have value, a company must create a product. Example: Ford is valuable because it makes cars. But the data economy is the future. Facebook and Google make billions from your data. And companies pay billions for things like views and clicks...all of these things are valuable, but aren't made in a factory. Crypto currencies create "token economies" that are created to better reflect the value of tech-based interaction than the current system.
using blockchain to stymie corruption
one quick example, election results
This one feels timely. From "losing" ballots to hacking the computers that register or tally the votes, there are a lot of hypothetical ways to tamper with election results. Once information is recorded on a decentralized blockchain, it can't be changed...and NFTs can be used to ensure the identity and ballot of the voter is impossible to forge.
At its core, Crypto and decentralization
are all about trust and independence
The goal is to eliminate third party intermediaries when exchanging anything valuable... goods, services, assets, etc. With decentralized blockchains and the crypto that powers them, strangers doing business can trust code to facilitate transactions as intended, without the need to pay a government or bank to ensure terms of the agreement are met.
Crypto supporters believe there shouldn't be
fees to send and spend our own money
Whether we use Venmo to send a few bucks to a friend across the dinner table or Western Union to send cash to family across the world, these companies charge us to spend and send our own money...in a decentralized world, they're obsolete.
its about the power of many
overcoming the will of a powerful few
At this point, there's no stopping crypto. Not only does the decentralized nature of the tech prevent it from being "shut down" but the proposition of more freedom, independence, autonomy and democratization of money and information is sure to resonate with the masses.
Crypto is so many things to so many people
and there's a coin for each belief
There are over 15,000 cryptos that power blockchains that do everything from sending money to creating decentralized power grids.
We love this stuff, are well educated on it and can explain it to you in simple, easy to understand terms.