Cryptocurrency adoption is on the rise globally…
While decentralized cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology have the power to set us free through giving individuals the ability to mint money, develop communities, and decentralize government—there are nefarious forces at work.
Namely the statists and globalists who wish to issue CBDCs…
CBDCs are distinct from decentralized cryptocurrencies in that they’re issued by governments, which nullifies all the benefits distributed ledger technology uses as a selling point in the first place.
A truly decentralized digital currency is worth far more and will always be worth far more than any money the state issues from now on.
Larry Fink, the current C.E.O. of Blackrock, recently touched on the idea that cryptocurrencies will see accelerated global adoption due in part to the war in Ukraine.
Fink doesn’t name a private digital currency that he believes will take the lead going forward, but he did mention CBDCs, which are a major portion of the great reset new world order agenda:
BlackRock CEO Larry Fink Says Russia-Ukraine War Is Upending World Order And Will End Globalization Some of Wall Street’s biggest investors warn that there could be a permanent shift in the world order. https://t.co/BYW4R5JQVO
— mycrypto news (@My_CryptoNews) March 25, 2022
.@BlackRock CEO Larry Fink has said that the Russia-Ukraine war could accelerate adoption of digital currencies and that the asset manager is exploring them in response to client demand, according to a report.
— CoinDesk (@CoinDesk) March 24, 2022
ProCoin News explains:
At the time of the announcement, the leading digital asset, Bitcoin, had once again closed above $44k again which may be a sign of the increased interest in the past few months.
Other leading digital assets have also increased significantly in the past month such as XRP and Ethereum with XRP now surpassing 80 cents despite its ongoing lawsuit with the SEC.
Larry Fink, CEO of investment management firm BlackRock, said the war has pushed foreign transactions’ settlement shift to crypto and digital currencies from banks and foreign-exchange settlement companies.https://t.co/kU6buQCMsJ
— Michael (@val5linx) March 24, 2022
BlackRock’s Larry Fink sees Ukraine-Russia war “accelerating digital currencies” as Bitcoin hits $44K. 🚀
— RealCrypto (@RealCrypto4) March 25, 2022
CNBC featured Fink’s theory:
“The war will prompt countries to re-evaluate their currency dependencies,” he said.
Fink cited the U.S. Federal Reserve as an example, which recently published a white paper examining the pros and cons of a potential U.S. central bank digital currency.