Hello Paul, thank you for your insightful response. You touch many subjects here, I'll try to respond to some of them.

It's not too late. At 1–2% adoption the sky is the limit. We all would have loved to buy at $1 but that's gone forever. If we don't buy now we'll regret it when it gets to $1 Million.

The children born in 2054 will have to work hard and earn in Sats. Will BTC be more expensive than now? for sure but that's also the case for housing, gold, and any other scarce asset that get measured in an inflationary currency like the dollar

People in Tonga will benefit by holding a currency that appreciates in value rather than going to zero like most fiat. This is what happens in El Salvador where GDP is growing at 10% a year and most people are benefiting from Bitcoin adoption.

We can make this sound as complicated as we want but at the end of the day, Bitcoin is a scarce asset in high demand with a transparent and immutable blockchain and a growing network of nodes that secure the system. The fundamentals are way more solid than the fiat system and that's why success is inevitable.

The Grapes of Wrath. Great book!

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