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Serious question about bitcoin use in 30 years - If bitcoin stabilizes and becomes a deflationary currency, what will incentivize you to ever lend your bitcoin to a new small business owner?

If the rate of deflation is such that the value of your bitcoin increases a certain percent every year, let's say 15%, why would you ever bother lending bitcoin to new small business owners?
I'm curious how the economic system would work in this situation. What would it actually look like?
Is this just a case of higher interest rates for lending out bitcoin?
For example. If you can get 15% through deflation without lending your money, then you would need to lend out at a high enough interest rate so that your return would exceed the automatic deflationary increase of 15%?
Is that the basics of it? So the interest rate of borrowing bitcoin would effectively always be related to the deflation of bitcoin and the inflation from new supply. Whatever that balances out to? (Assuming overall demand has somewhat stabilized through the economy by then so you don't get huge price swings.)
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Serious question about bitcoin use in 30 years - If bitcoin stabilizes and becomes a deflationary currency, what will incentivize you to ever lend your bitcoin to a new small business owner? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Humans value stability because that's one of the rarest thing in this universe. That's why they valued Gold as currency and why they will value the Bitcoin protocol if it remains stable.

Some people try to argue that "Nothing is ever set in stone" as if it was a good thing, but the entire course of human history has been about looking for more stable things.
About Gold, isn't it strange how this thing that changes THE LEAST of all elements has become the most stable Store of value & currency over all of human history, isn't it ?
Now think about what that tells you about the best path for Bitcoin going forward.
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Stability of Fiat Challenged Again as Bitcoin Outperforms 3 National Currencies Despite a Decline

Stability of Fiat Challenged Again as Bitcoin Outperforms 3 National Currencies Despite a Decline submitted by Nammalogy to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Humans value stability because that's one of the rarest things in this universe. That's why they valued Gold as currency and why they will value the Bitcoin protocol

Humans value stability because that's one of the rarest things in this universe. That's why they valued Gold as currency and why they will value the Bitcoin protocol submitted by zhell_ to btc [link] [comments]

Prominent Academic: Bitcoin and Crypto Not True Currencies Until They Can Establish Stability - newsBTC

Prominent Academic: Bitcoin and Crypto Not True Currencies Until They Can Establish Stability - newsBTC submitted by prnewswireadmin to cryptonewswire [link] [comments]

Prominent Academic: Bitcoin and Crypto Not True Currencies Until They Can Establish Stability - newsBTC

Prominent Academic: Bitcoin and Crypto Not True Currencies Until They Can Establish Stability - newsBTC submitted by ulros to fbitcoin [link] [comments]

Prominent Academic: Bitcoin and Crypto Not True Currencies Until They Can Establish Stability

Prominent Academic: Bitcoin and Crypto Not True Currencies Until They Can Establish Stability submitted by ThrillerPodcast to thrillerpodcast [link] [comments]

Prominent Academic: Bitcoin and Crypto Not True Currencies Until They Can Establish Stability

Prominent Academic: Bitcoin and Crypto Not True Currencies Until They Can Establish Stability submitted by leftok to atbitcoin [link] [comments]

Yesterday the Washington Post said bitcoin needs a central bank to stabilize the currency. Today a decision by the Swiss National Bank caused the Swiss franc to spike 25% vs the dollar and euro.

Yesterday the Washington Post said bitcoin needs a central bank to stabilize the currency. Today a decision by the Swiss National Bank caused the Swiss franc to spike 25% vs the dollar and euro. submitted by kyletorpey to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Microsoft Halts Bitcoin Transactions Because It's An "Unstable Currency": Is this why Charlie Lee is stressing "price stability" with LTC so much?

Microsoft Halts Bitcoin Transactions Because It's An submitted by Slapmeislapyou to LitecoinMarkets [link] [comments]

Humans value stability because that's one of the rarest thing in this universe. That's why they valued Gold as currency and why they will value the Bitcoin protocol if it remains stable. /r/bitcoincashSV

Humans value stability because that's one of the rarest thing in this universe. That's why they valued Gold as currency and why they will value the Bitcoin protocol if it remains stable. /bitcoincashSV submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Fed's Quarles warns that digital currencies like bitcoin pose 'serious financial stability issues' as they grow

https://www.cnbc.com/2017/11/30/feds-quarles-warns-that-bitcoin-poses-serious-financial-stability-issues-as-it-grows.html
What do you guys think? Central banks getting scared? :)
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Google queries for "buy bitcoin" now surpass "buy gold" as the currency's price has surged from under $1000 at the start of 2017 to almost $20,000 in December. Prices dived just before Christmas, dropping almost 30% from its dramatic highs. However, it appears to be stabilizing.

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Bitcoin Price Watch: Currency Remains at $7,200, Shows More Stability

Bitcoin Price Watch: Currency Remains at $7,200, Shows More Stability submitted by remivee to tribetica [link] [comments]

Is bitcoin a threat to state currency monopolies? Russian authorities propose 4 years jail time sentence for trading bitcoins. "Cryptocurrency jeopardize financial stability and fiscal sovereignty of Russia" says Duma deputy Andrei Krutov

Is bitcoin a threat to state currency monopolies? Russian authorities propose 4 years jail time sentence for trading bitcoins. submitted by phieziu to Freethought [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Price Watch: Currency Remains at $7,200, Shows More Stability https://ift.tt/2MKVTIK

Bitcoin Price Watch: Currency Remains at $7,200, Shows More Stability https://ift.tt/2MKVTIK submitted by bitnewsbot to bitnewsbot [link] [comments]

Bitcoin’s Rise Reflects Governments’ Failure To Stabilize National Currencies

Bitcoin’s Rise Reflects Governments’ Failure To Stabilize National Currencies submitted by Crypto_Daily to btc [link] [comments]

How Long do you think it will be before Bitcoin stabilizes to the point of pegging products to Bitcoin rather than local currency?

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How will bitcoin shift into a stabilized spendable currency?

I probably have no clue what I'm talking about but...
It seems like a lot of the hype driving bitcoin is the end game of it being a stabilized currency that can be spendable on a day to day like any fiat currency. My question is though, currently bitcoin seems to be an investment for the majority of owners. This doesn't mean that people don't believe in it and are just in it for the short term, but the majority of bitcoin owned is seen as an investment. In the long term however bitcoin is going to have to shift from an investment to a spendable currency correct? Which means all of the investment money currently in bitcoin is going to start to leave as it stabilizes and, ideally, will be replaced with peoples spending money. However, it seems hard to believe that this transition will be so smooth as if the spending money coming in does not line up with the investment money leaving there will be an increase in the volatility which will cause a decrease in the demand for bitcoin as a spendable currency?
Thanks!
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Ex-PIMCO CIO El-Erian says "Bitcoin's success ... ultimately depends on it attaining sufficient stability to perform the most essential function of any currency ... providing a relatively predictable medium of exchange."

Ex-PIMCO CIO El-Erian says submitted by AKWAnalytics to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Google queries for "buy bitcoin" now surpass "buy gold" as the currency's price has surged from under $1000 at the start of 2017 to almost $20,000 in December. Prices dived just before Christmas, dropping almost 30% from its dramatic highs. However, it appears to be stabilizing.

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