The U.S. dollar has enjoyed status as global reserve currency status for decades, but with growing discontent for the greenback around the world in recent years, some speculate that a cryptocurrency could take over that role. Could it be Bitcoin or Ripple? The arguments that some experts are making aren’t as farfetched as you may think.
Following in the footsteps of the Federal Reserve creating $210 billion out of thin air, Bitcoin edged even closer to its hard cap of 21 million tokens. If you’re not thinking about the implications for both the dollar and Bitcoin, find out here why this is so critical for the long-term prospects of each.