Crypto an Alternative to Inflation Across the Globe, Now Philippines

Sometimes, the only thing that drives progress is a kick… in the bottom. That’s why economic crises have been a most effective factor for encouraging cryptocurrency adoption. First Venezuela, then Iran, and now the Philippines may follow suit. The Philippines are currently seeing the highest inflation rate (6.4%) in almost a decade as an outcome […]

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Bitcoin Is Ideal for Countries Adopting a Passive Monetary Policy

Julio Gil-Pulgar · March 31, 2018 · 2:00 am One of Bitcoin’s inherent virtues is being inflation-resistant. This unique feature might be essential to help countries interested in adopting a passive monetary policy. Bitcoin Controls the Inflation Rate Only 21 million bitcoins will ever be mined. Therefore, Bitcoin is illiquid. However, Satoshi Nakamoto, purportedly the […]

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