Crypto dystopia: bitcoin archives the most dantesque bull run ever in 2035

By Flinston

Crypto dystopia, What will our world be like in 2035? – Will our beloved cryptocurrencies vanish, or will they become even more central to our lives? Will the Bitcoin blockchain have altered the global landscape? Through short tales, we enjoyed picturing our world in the not-too-distant future. The following narrative is fictitious and makes no attempt to predict the future. Have fun with us and go to the year 2035 in the DeLorean JDC!

Bitcoin, Towards a Revolution in Working Methods?

2035, the peak year for statehood adoptions?

Thomas enjoys his morning coffee on the patio of the Café du Théatre while listening to the radio with headphones.

As you remark, Bernard, the United States’ adoption of Bitcoin as legal cash is a surprise.

“We anticipated it, Jerome. There had been rumours for months… They would not remain behind permanently.

Except that Europe is now in the middle of it…

Oh, we will not alter Europe. It is not because we did not warn our leaders. We have said for years that adoption is inevitable. And last, we redo Internet two.

Thomas, with his eyes glued to his smartphone, analyses the news one by one. In his innermost being, he rejoices. His long-term wager won. This morning, Bitcoin’s price has doubled. This digital gold is becoming an increasingly scarce commodity… Uncommon and pricey. Quite costly.

In 2035, will co-working spaces emerge?

10 a.m. — Make your way to Le Paon, a coworking space a few metres away. Due to the surge of new entrepreneurs, the number of these locations has increased over the last decade. People desire the freedom to work independently, without a supervisor to influence their behaviour. This propensity develops significantly among adolescents who do not want to live the lifestyles of their parents.

Work for the same employer his whole life and be rewarded with a terrible retirement at age 70? No thanks. Thomas is a member of this group.

10:05 a.m. – Thomas welcomes his colleagues at the workplace. Marie-Cécile, a digital artist, and Rodolphe, a blockchain startup’s coder. Thomas, for his part, is in transition. He quit his profession as a trader in order to create instructional material on finance.

His purpose? Transfer the investor’s enthusiasm to high school pupils. Once a person obtains their first job, they develop this reaction. Due to increasing inflation and stagnant earnings, it is difficult to survive without investments in modern times. Investing is so commonplace on the other side of the Atlantic. These ideas, according to which one should not approach this terrible beast that is money, must be dismantled. While the financial market has performed well for years.


In 2035, will young people have a better grasp of the economy?

12:30 p.m. – Thomas and his classmate Richard approach the Place du Marché aux Fleurs while peacefully conversing in the sun. They are headed to the Saint Raph for lunch.

Thomas screams, “You see, Richard, the concept of investment is terribly absent in education!” Our politicians often assert that investment is risky. So much so that folks have accepted this concept.

– You must know what you’re doing anyway. Richard responds with scepticism.

— Precisely, just as one cannot determine the hypotenuse of a triangle by flipping a coin. We just need to educate our youth.

Thomas rushes down the Esplanade Charles de Gaulle at 14:10 hours. He has an appointment with the Joffre high school principal. He crosses his fingers and hopes to get a few teaching hours before the conclusion of the school year. Or for the next academic year. He has a great deal to instruct these blondes on. Finance, DCA, digital wallet use… Today, it is indispensable.

And despite this, young individuals are entering the sector because they are drawn to it. Therefore, if they are prepared.

Thomas enters the principal’s office at 2:25 p.m.

“Greetings, Mr. Toquatchope, Please, take a seat. If I understand you properly, you want to instruct my pupils in finance, correct?

Thomas launched his argument after greeting his interlocutor…

4:15 p.m. – Thomas is nearly astonished to find himself jumping for excitement as he strolls towards the Espace Polygone for some retail therapy. In mid-June, he located a spot. By instinct, he glances through the teachings. The cryptocurrency market has risen since early morning. What a day !

6:30 p.m. – Thomas settles down for a few minutes in the gardens of the Promenade du Peyrou to take advantage of the sun and the wonderful temperature of the day, his arms laden with bags of clothing. Certainly, this Tuesday is unlike any other.

In 2035, will the old world be replaced by the new?

8:15 p.m. – Thomas returns home and begins live Décrypt l’1fo, the new Twitch news channel that has replaced TF1. Many Twitch streams now carry news 24 hours a day, fueled by a variety of media, whether independent or not. The ancient television stations TF1, FR2, and M6 no longer exist. They have not been able to refresh themselves and attract young people due to a dwindling audience.

Web corporations such as YouTube and Netflix are now the rulers of entertainment.

10:30 p.m. – Thomas falls asleep while he watches Season 9 of The Rings of Power, the flagship series of Amazon Prime Video, on his mobile phone, which displays a notice. This is a tweet sent by the Journal du Coin.

“Important Breaking News: Europe Adopts Bitcoin as Legal Tender!”

Bitcoin legal tender in several nations inside a few years? Even the most extreme Bitcoin maximalists do not believe it. It is very impossible to envisage the United States voluntarily relinquishing their control over the currency. Despite this, the effect of cryptocurrencies and the web3 may transform our civilization in some manner. Through the change of our working methods, acquainting ourselves with the world of money and its tight ties to politics. Among the younger generations, awareness increased significantly. Similar to how Covid 19 altered our conceptions of health, cryptocurrencies may alter our conceptions of the economy. Could this be the start of a rising desire among people to retake control over their data, money, and eventually their liberty?