In the fifth entry of “The Future of Money,” Alec Torelli delves into how game theory can be applied to better understand how we as a society make decisions related to money.
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In the fourth entry of the Future of Money series, we dive into the difference between money and currency. Though often used interchangeably, these concepts are distinct.
Money allows for a universal medium by which society can attribute value. Put another way, money is a story which only humans believe, and paradoxically, it has value precisely because we attribute value to it.
I’ll be the first to say that some should limit their exposure to BitClout. Others should avoid it all together. It’s up to us to monitor ourselves and be conscious of how we’re feeling. While it may be helpful to treat this all as a game, sometimes the stakes get too high.