To think that a hard monetary asset, with a perfectly inelastic supply, could go from a $0 market with no infrastructure, liquidity, or demand, to a global monetary instrument with vast infrastructure, the highest market liquidity, demanded by billions, but that this could somehow occur *without* volatility in the price, is an absurd & deeply ignorant claim. Thoroughly debunked by Parker Lewis in the continuation of his amazing “gradually, then suddenly” series at Unchained Capital.
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