Saturday, January 9, 2021

A Theory on the Future Money Supply

 A Theory on the Future Money Supply

The current global GDP is approximately $150 trillion.  The maximum supply of Bitcoins that can be mined is 21 million. Therefore, the possibility exists that the new economic model will have a Bitcoin valued at 150T/21M = $7,150,000.00

At present Bitcoin represents 75% of the entire cryptocurrency market, so the revised value would $7,150,000 x 75% = $5,350,000.00.

But a global reset would also mean a significant drop in global GDP. That would lend credence to the new financial and economic model that would be proposed by the globalists. A model that moves from the doctrine of obsolescence to one of sustainability. From the very onset, it was prognosticated that Bitcoins would have a maximum value of $100,000.00. To achieve this end, global GDP would have to drop over 98% (1 - 100/5350).

We must then conclude that the revised global GDP will approximate $150 trillion x 2% = $3 billion.

Currently, there are 7.5 billion people on the planet, each on average contributing $20,000.00 in GDP.  Should the globalists achieve their end-game and eliminate 90% of the population, then only 750 million people would remain.

$3 billion / 750 million = $4 or virtually zero.

Zero would represent the absolute value of the new economy. The intrinsic value of money would then be the value of each remaining “human being”.

The globalist agenda is then focusing on how quickly they can eliminate 90% of human life? One may conclude that cryptocurrency values are a temporal barometer for the extinction level event. When Bitcoin hits $100,000 the end-game and the depopulation agenda will have been completed.

To my knowledge the largest holder of Bitcoin is Satoshi Nakamoto (Japanese creator of Bitcoin. His existence, however, is in question). I would then conclude that Russia, China, the FBI/CIA, and the Winklevoss twins are the next largest holders.

Thank you,
Joseph Pede

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