Bitcoin, the lighthouse

The World in Chaos and Bitcoin’s Emerging Stability

The current global situation seems straight out of a thriller novel: confrontations between nations like Russia and Ukraine, Hamas and Israel, and China and Taiwan; coupled with economic concerns ranging from national debt to inflation. And, as if that weren’t enough, the growing distrust in traditional media makes us question where to seek answers.

Take a look at this comparison between BTC and GOLD:

Central Banks to the Rescue? In times of uncertainty, there’s a human desire to act, to try to take control. Central banks, in their effort to stabilize economies, constantly react to global shifts. If they see a bleak future, they lower interest rates and start the printing presses; if prospects are bright, they do the opposite. But, is this truly the solution?

The Challenge of Human Understanding The reality is that we’re quite bad at understanding complex situations. Ask a group of experts how to handle the situation with Russia or inflation, and you’ll get as many answers as there are people in the room. That’s one of the reason I’m so excited with AI, this may be the tool that will help us lead with multiple components and complex problems like the global economy.

Bitcoin: The Beacon in the Storm? This is where Bitcoin comes into play. This decentralized currency benefits from an algorithmic monetary policy that doesn’t change, regardless of what happens in the world. In a world filled with seemingly adrift central banks, the idea of a “disciplined central bank” becomes appealing.

A thought-provoking fact: Bitcoin’s price has risen by over 20% in the past week. While there are multiple factors behind this rise, its growing relevance on the world stage can’t be ignored.

Reflecting on the Future Bitcoin has been the best-performing asset of the last decade, and the increasing chaos and undisciplined global monetary policy suggest it will remain pivotal in the next.

My advice? Take a moment to study and understand Bitcoin. Whether you love it, hate it, or are indifferent to it, it’s essential that you take the time to re-evaluate what’s happening. Because sometimes, in financial markets, you simply have to find the most important thing and get it right. And I have a feeling Bitcoin is that.