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What do you mean when you say that money will be a constant when cryptocurrencies replace traditional ones? Is it because it would be generated in a predictable rate (would it?)? I’m just confused, I really don’t know what predictability you’re referring to, and I’d thank you if you explain me that.

Money today is not a constant. Its supply is increasing through inflation which is an increase in the supply of money, not an increase in prices. Money being a constant means that the supply of money is fixed and cannot change. It is literally a natural constant, like the speed of light.

Bitcoin is being generated at a predicable rate now, but around 2140 there will be no more Bitcoin generated. The longest lasting fiat currency on record was the Tally Stick, which ran for 724 years. When the Bitcoin distribution process ends, It will run for at least that long as a natural constant that cannot be changed. It will be more robust than the Tally Stick, and will have further reach, being a global standard.

And an side note, if you let me: there is the physical world, where opinion and beliefs do not shape reality. And there’s our shared reality, where subjective concepts like being a woman used to be as concrete as rocks and are fundamentally linked to the how a society believes a woman is, behaves and thinks. I see that your point, if I get it, is that economics would make the transition from subjective to objective reality, but to say that opinions do not shape reality in any case is a fallacy.

I don’t think you know what a fallacy is. And for ceartain, there is no such thing as a “shared reality”; there is only objective reality, and that is not subject to opinion. Being a woman is not a subjective concept at all, no matter what the magazines and websites you read tell you. The definitions of Man and Woman are natural absolutes, like right and wrong, and are not matters of perspective, opinion or alterable by surgery, or redefining words.