However, what we can surely all agree on is that leaving your money in cash is a poor medium to long term move, assuming you want to retain some wealth.
Gold has always been mentioned as a safe asset and store of value. And it is. But bitcoin too, although much more secure and scarce. The only fundamental difference as a reserve value in the intrinsic sense is that the appreciation of both assets, which is very different according to their unique or technological qualities.
In this article I solidify the basis of the current S2F model by removing time and adding other assets (silver and gold) to the model. I call this new model the BTC S2F cross asset (S2FX) model.
Bitcoin is therefore the perfect antidote against the Cantillon Effect to which the decisions made by central banks and governments expose you.
My goal in writing this blog post is not to advise whether you should buy bitcoin, but hopefully to introduce a new perspective on how to think about bitcoin’s value.
We have a 5000-year history with gold, whereas Bitcoin is only 11.
But as we’ve seen, the properties given to Bitcoin by its pseudonymous inventor Satoshi Nakamoto make it the best money in existence.
Give Bitcoin another 11 years and we’ll truly begin to see its full potential.