Q&A on Deflation & Bitcoin: Part 2 - E231
Why so much disagreement on inflation versus deflation? I answer that plus, can we trust CPI? What are the alternatives? Lastly, I discuss why bitcoin doesn't need inflation.
Hopefully this episode helps you understand the monetary system and some of the arguments for a future outlook that is deflationary.
Questions were sent in by long time supporter Rob. They are below. We cover the first three in this Part 1 and then tackle the last two here in Part 2, along with a general discussion on CPI and asset price inflation. I finish by explaining why bitcoin doesn't need hyperinflation or even inflation to get adopted. In fact, it is better to that it will be a deflationary grind, because that preserves as much capital as possible in a transition.
Check out Part 1 first.
- Jeff Booth talks about how we should have massive DEflation due to technology and productivity advances, yet we don’t, why not?
- Is it possible to have both inflation and deflation in different types of goods and commodities, is that what is happening?
- With the fed expanding supply of reserves dramatically, why don’t we see consumer inflation. Where do we look to measure it?
- How come there is no consensus on what is or is not inflation, and what is or is not likely to come in the next 12-18 months?
- Gold has a reputation of being a hedge of inflation, has that proven true or false over time? Bitcoin?
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