Finally, it’s the bitter end of the Bitcoin 2022 coverage.
The weekend was just a disappointment for us.
Some people think that there should be a panel called “The Intellectual Dark Web” at this conference.
It doesn’t make sense that both Jordan Peterson and Eric Weinstein completely missed the point.
Are the authors interesting people? Definitely. They’re well known in the cryptocurrency community and are involved with many blockchain-related projects.
Nathalie Brunel a natural host, and her style is charming and friendly.
Even though she was not as good as she used to be, Brunel kept it classy and kept it moving.
This was an incredible panel featuring all the top bitcoin developers, who shared a wealth of information and gave us hope for the future.
Bitcoin 2022 * Fail
- “Jordan Peterson Fireside” with Jordan Peterson.
This guy didn’t even talk about Bitcoin. Host Tuur Demeester did absolutely nothing about it.
- “Mike Novogratz Keynote” with Mike Novogratz.
Who is that man again? Pompliano interviewed him about Bitcoin 2023’s first day.
Did he really need to come back? Did he have a special announcement or a mind-blowing idea to share?
Of course. He spoke for half an hour and said nothing interesting or noteworthy.
- “Fix the money, to Leave the world” with Eric Weinstein and Abraham (Avi) Loeb.
Eric Weinstein wants to give everyone the opportunity to fund a friend’s space project.
Judging by the reactions on Twitter, he didn’t win their hearts.
They weren’t talking about Bitcoin at all.
Bitcoin 2022 * Rebalancing The World
- “The Unwinding Of The Petrodollar” with Lyn Alden, Fred Thiel, Matthew Pines, Avik Roy, and host Stephan Livera.
This is a forecast from Marathon’s Fred Thiel: We will see countries begin to report bitcoin-related transactions on their balance sheets.
He says that the rise of bitcoin is about to be unleashed on the world. It will change all aspects of trade, finance, commerce, everything.
“We are early on in this game” is the most interesting and useful thing Avik says in this piece. If you want to see if you’re the early adopter of the future and if you can start taking bitcoin and using it.
He said that China doesn’t want the burden of the Yuan, and that they will make their currency stronger, because if it were to become the reserve currency, it would make them lose its value.
The USD is an illiquid store of value and as such cannot be properly considered as a proper store of value and neither is the Euro.
In fact, the entire fiat system is not a store of value. It’s just a bunch of electronic bits that are managed in a way that allows an entire nation state to create money out of thin air at a whim.
When it comes to the US, Roy’s view is not as positive. “What’s coming will be a challenging time.”
Bitcoin Policy Institute’s Matthew Pines believes that bitcoin is the solution to a growing problem that’s only going to get worse.
Bitcoin is an asset that can help the world rebalance its books.
According to Pines, Bitcoin is “a digital currency that uses blockchain technology to enable transactions without a third party.
The US economy is too small for the US Dollar to remain the world’s reserve currency.
Technology is shrinking jobs as well as the exporting of jobs, while competitors grow.
Bitcoin is an extremely versatile digital currency that has been used by hackers, governments and businesses around the world.
And as Bitcoin becomes bigger, it can steal away market share from many other assets, not only Gold as it’s usually described.
Bitcoin 2022 * The Future
- “Bitcoinizing the world: The Future of Lightning” with Elizabeth Stark, Ishaana Misra, and Autumn Domingo.
While Bitcoinist said in our first report that one of the main Bitcoin 2022 topics was stablecoins over the Lightning Network.
There are also many other parts of the equation, including Tari, and that’s why it’s called an “equ
For this panel, Elizabeth Stark, the CEO of the company, brought two of the most young and vibrant bitcoin developers together to do a demo,
They promoted both stablecoins and Lightning Network ideas during their presentations, but it was to be expected that they did so.
Aisha Misra is 14, and she is one of the youngest contributors to Bitcoin Core.
Autum Domingo is 17 years old and founded the “Generation Bitcoin” group.
After talking about their projects, the girls interviewed Stark, the CEO of Bitcoin Black.
The first step Elizabeth Stark suggested for those who want to bitcoinize a verb is to make “bitcoinize” a verb.
That is definitely possible. Stark says that passion is what sets the bitcoin community apart.
How about this? She’s passionate about the Lightning Network.
The best thing about bitcoin right now is that it’s still in its early days, and the best is yet to come. It’s going to be the global transactional currency, and eventually, It will lead up to financial freedom.
Bitcoin’s Lightning Network is faster, cheaper, and more efficient than anything else.
It’s much better and provides far better access.
While starting Stark declared the 20s as “the decade of Lightning.” Two years later, it seems like she was right.
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