Why Protecthor and crypto currencies are the future!
The state monetary systems are 100% based only on trust. Since the abolition of the reinsurance of currencies by gold reserves, there is no longer any real value behind the state currencies. However, confidence in states is declining around the globe and with it confidence in state currencies. The future lies in decentralization and smartcontracts. The limited quantity of tokens and coins and the unchangeability of conditions create the security that people want. Due to the decentralized structure, cryptocurrencies are not only independent of states, but also from banks. Cross-border transfers, some of which still take several days today, are possible in seconds with cryptocurrencies.
In areas such as Africa, where the banking infrastructure is underdeveloped and the majority of people do not have a current account, cryptocurrencies can only be used to make money transactions by mobile phone. The blockchain and crypto currencies will change the world. In order to replace dollars, euros, yen etc. as everyday currencies, it is important to avoid the mistakes of today’s currencies, so it is extremely important that a crypto currency has a value and real application possibilities. Whether the Bitcoin meets these conditions can be doubted.
The 5 biggest mistakes about Bitcoin and other crypto currencies!
- Cryptocurrencies are only a temporary fad and will be gone in a few years.
- Cryptocurrencies like the Bitcoin have a value of
- Cryptocurrencies are banned by governments
- It’s complicated to invest in cryptocurrencies.
- Cryptocurrencies are anonymous and only for criminals.
Why 95% of all coins and tokens will disappear! But not our Protecthor Token
As of September 2018, there are 1988 coins and tokens listed on coinmarketcap.com and they are increasing almost daily. BTC-Echo already speaks of a tokenisation of the economy. But do all coins and tokens really make sense and do they have a future? Probably 95% of all coins and tokens will disappear again because their practical use is not given. A second reason is that the coin is designed for everyday use, e.g. for everyday payment transactions, is too slow or too expensive.
It is precisely this problem that makes it so difficult, for example, for Bitcoin to be accepted as an everyday currency. If a crypto currency, like the Bitcoin, is not used in everyday life by millions of people, it remains a pure object of speculation. But the Bitcoin has no intrinsic value, but only a price that people only pay in the hope that somebody will offer them more for it later. Here it is like with government FIAT currencies, the Bitcoin loses the confidence of investors, it is worthless. Therefore in the future only coins and tokens will prevail that have clear application possibilities with benefits for people who have a real value and not just a price and that can be easily used in everyday life. An example of such a token is the PTX token.
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