Curiously enough, the structures that humanity relies upon have been upended by humanity itself. The monetary system, much of our social fabric and our relationship with the State at large have been fractured by problematic abuse.
And yet, Bitcoin promises something different through the various ways in which it optimizes human resourcefulness.
By eliminating inflation, the work necessary to maintain standards of living constantly decrease, rather than increase. By doing away with cheap access to near unlimited credit, capital will be more efficiently allocated. This is the optimization of human resources on a grand scale — all working components of the economy, from the little to the small, will be returned to their natural, uninflated state.
“When you don’t have resources, you become resourceful.”
-K. R. Sridhar
Bitcoin, rather than requiring you to trade your time for capital to be expensed on living, allows one to accumulate capital sufficient to allow for focus beyond living expenses. This grand freedom is inexpressibly important to the future of humanity. Only by allowing people to do what they believe they are best at (and, therefore, most efficient at) will we achieve the optimization of human resources. And people can only do what they believe they are best at when they no longer feel it is necessary to expend their time by accumulating constantly-depreciating fiat capital.
Bitcoin Is Humanity Concentrating Its Resources
Humanity, at large, has been crushed for productivity ever since the Industrial Revolution. To produce such immense technology and industry, an immense sacrifice of time has been required. In a modern digital world, one in which we constantly dematerialize various aspects of our lives, we must dematerialize the sacrifice of our time for wage-labor. Only through these digital media in which profit margin is infinite and goods are shipped instantaneously across the world can humans produce…