The $200 - $300 trillion addressable problem
According to Michael Sayler, CEO of MicroStrategy, there is currently a $200–300 trillion addressable problem – money is not sound.
If he is also right that Bitcoin is becoming the world’s preferred monetary network this leaves one major unresolved component to the creation of a new economy - a stable, tamper-proof means of exchange.
Sound money means money with stable value.
By definition Bitcoin cannot fulfil the role of stable money. As BTC transitions from being a speculative asset to a function of global GDP its value will continue to rise.
So what can? And how can people be incentivised to adopt the new money?