Future generations that are free to transact globally, instantly and securely with a money that’s always on and incorruptible will look back on this period of fiat history and wonder how some could’ve ever been stupid enough to think that Kelton economics, in which 2 + 2 = 435, would last.
Keynesianism hates freedom and savings. It is for this reason that you will not see or hear anything good from Keynesian economists when talking about bitcoin.
The bitcoin economy is splitting in two: compliant and non-compliant. Learn what makes them different in this overview.