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Jul 25, 2018 | Wealth Articles

Our society is built on delivering value.

Those, who can provide it, are compensated in the hundreds, thousands, millions, and billions of dollars, depending on their relative contribution.

People receive value in the form of salaries, usually by way of a national fiat currency, which they can hold, as liquid cash, or convert to other types of value, such as stocks, bonds, real estate, collectibles, art, precious metals, or cryptocurrencies.

Some of the value items above are cash flowing assets, while others aren’t.

Historically, the ones, which can generate cash flow, such as dividend stocks, bonds, or real estate have been the most reliable in growing wealth, while those, which do not produce yield, have been able to retain value, such as precious metals.

Only one form of value, a fiat currency, has managed to, at times, zero out completely.

It is because its intrinsic value depends upon the country’s stability more than anything else.

The U.S. Dollar will collapse, as western civilization is in decline.

It will not happen today or tomorrow, but there are two key dates to keep in mind:

  1. 2025: Chinese GDP is set to become the world’s No.1, surpassing that of the U.S., which means that the days of the USD, as the center of the universe, will be numbered.
  2. 2037: China’s military budget will eclipse that of America’s, turning it into the world’s strongest superpower.

Most economies do not trust Chinese policy, so whatever comes after the Dollar will, most likely, not be China-centric.

Pure Blockchain Wealth sees cryptocurrencies as playing a huge role in this new economy, and we will publish the world’s most comprehensive manual next month to make sure you’re prepared.

Best Regards,

Brad Robbins
President, PureBlockchainWealth.com

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