I guess we can come back in three months and see who was right.
Chris Parnell

Bitcoin’s ability to scale will be important in the long term.

Today, it’s just a store of value that’s used to convert into other assets or fiat. It’s doing it’s job just fine and dandy. And I’m happy to hodl as long as possible. I sell only when I want something more than long term wealth.

Credit cards in the developed world do a fine job handling transactions on a global scale (with someone else taking risk). Ultimately, consumption must come from credit for it to work.

Very few people actually create enough value to justify their consumption. You can thank fractional reserve banking and easy credit for our glutenous lifestyles.

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