Bitcoin is made for machine-to-machine payments. Sooner than most are aware, machines will be autonomously conducting transactions triggered by predetermined conditions.
The properties of money change the consumption patterns of its users.
Trillions upon trillions of different private keys make for an incredibly secure payment network.
There are as many different private key combinations as there are physical atoms in the known universe.
No fiat currency has stood the test of time - nor is it designed to.
Bitcoin may become a global reserve instrument as individuals begin to use it both as a ledger for financial and informational assets.
The financial landscape in developing economies such as Africa is well positioned to leapfrog traditional banking and move directly to a bitcoin-enabled financial paradigm.