Luckily there is Bitcoin. Because for the first time in the history of humanity, there is a good that is demonstrably finite just like the human lifetime. With mathematical certainty, it can be shown that never more than 21 million units of digital gold will circulate. For the value storage function of a fund, this is an unbeatable argument. After all, at the time of purchase, investors know exactly what proportion of a finite asset they have accumulated with the purchase. Thank the transparency of Blockchain.
For example, those who currently own only a single Bitcoin know that there can be a maximum of 21 million individuals who hold a similar share. Members of the “21 Million Club” already belong to the wealthiest 2.3 percent of all Bitcoin owners.
Difficulty adjustment as scarcity guarantee
All historical funds have one thing in common: as soon as humanity agrees to use them as a store of value and medium of exchange, their course logically increases. Finally, as the number of users increases, so does the demand and thus…