Bitcoin or Ethereum? Which one to invest in now?
When it comes to money, unity is important. After all, money is a form of organization. Better organization requires universality. On the other hand, different currencies are a form of chaos. In a way, it is a return to prehistoric tribalism. Countries seek to eliminate fragmentation with a common language seeking universal understanding. In the same way, a common money is sought for a better commercial exchange. For these and many reasons, states maintain a monopoly on money. Can and coexist in the same universe? Are they rivals? Are they add-ons? Are they pears and apples?
In the beginning, Satoshi created Bitcoin. There was nothing else. And the intention was that nothing else could exist. Bitcoin was created as a native internet citizen currency. The idea of a citizen coin is not entirely original. The idea of using a limited supply currency is also not original. Nor is it original to promote a free banking system. A free banking system refers to a world without central banks. Well, none of that is original. The past is rich in experiments of this kind. Here the original is the environment: The Internet. Social networks organize like-minded groups very well. They have the ability to create global communities. And blockchain technology allowed the creation of a peer-to-peer system without intermediaries. Something relatively easy to do in the physical world, but very difficult to do in the digital world before the advent of Bitcoin.
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