In today's modern world people still have to deal with three main factors impacting
negatively on international payments and access to credit. Transactions across international
borders using traditional money, referred to as fiat money are normally complicated, time consuming and expensive.
In 2009 Satoshi Nakamoto introduced Bitcoin as a digital analogue to gold: limited in supply, but secured by modern cryptography. Digital money, referred to as cryptocurrency is
an electronic payment method which can be transferred between users with the help of computers, smartphones and the internet..
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The history of fiat currency, also called traditional money, is characterised by uncertainty,
unpredictability and volatility. The average lifespan of fiat currency is as short as 27 years.
Inflation poses a serious threat to fiat money. Inflation causes a general increase in prices
and a fall in the purchasing power of money. Central banks have the power to print as much
money they feel fit. This phenomenon together with the destructive effects of inflation cause
the purchasing power of fiat money to experience a steady decline. The British pound, the
world's oldest fiat currency is an excellent example of this. For example, it has lost 99.5
percent of its value since inception approximately 1200 years ago.
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The team believes in a top-down asset management approach. This means that a variety of economy-wide phenomena (macroeconomics) such as inflation, price levels, rates of growth and unemployment and the gross domestic product (GDP) of a country will be thoroughly evaluated before considering any prospective project.