The future of digital money is not Bitcoin, Ethereum or Dogecoin, currently the most famous cryptocurrencies, but “Govcoin,” as The Economist calls digital currencies issued by central banks.
In its latest issue, the British magazine emphasizes that technological change is changing the world of finance, for example in the case of Bitcoin, which has gone from an “anarchist obsession” to an asset class with a capitalization of more than a trillion dollars, which many mutual fund managers insist should be part of a balanced investment portfolio ”.
In addition, digital traders represent an established force on Wall Street, and PayPal already has 392 million users, according to the magazine, a sign that the US is catching up with China’s digital payment giants.
However, but on the border between technology and finance, there is a little-known glitch: the issuance of digital currencies by the world’s central banks. This change, the magazine stresses, is potentially the most important, as these currencies (the digital version of money already in existence in the respective countries) will allow people to deposit their money directly with central banks, bypassing intermediaries and sources of credit.
Govcoin, as the magazine generally calls it, will be the new incarnation of money: it promises better financial performance, but it also changes the center of gravity, transferring it from people to government, changing global geopolitics and changing the way capital is allocated. Therefore, according to The Economist, the impending emergency should be treated “with optimism and humility.”
As you can see, everything is in order with the design: there is a pyramid with an eye, and other important paraphernalia.
However, the main thing is that the time between the issue of The Economist glorifying “Govcoin” and another famous issue of the magazine from 1988 is 33 years, 3 months, 3 weeks and 3 days:
Such coincidences do not exist in nature – we are dealing with a specific indication of the future currency of the New World Order. Most likely, its introduction may also be timed to coincide with some important and symbolic date