Coppola is doubtful that Bitcoin will succeed as a store of value due to its high volatility that, according to her, is an immediate effect of the strength's adjusted supply rate.
"Having a fixed rate of growth of distribution (...) that the one thing which could adjust to fluctuations in demand is cost", she explained.
McGlone, on the other hand, thinks the fixed distribution of Bitcoin will direct the volatility to decrease over time.
"The basic rules of markets would be that you have demand and supply. Both are unclear. That is what generates volatility", '' he clarified. "If you've got a particular resource program, that means 50 percent of the input for volatility has already gone (...) Thus, by legislation of economics, volatility at Bitcoin should fall".
Another subject of disagreement were the allegations which stablecoin Tether could possibly be employed to control the Bitcoin marketplace. In accordance with McGlone, these allegations"do not make any sense", since the market cap of Tether is just a tiny portion of Bitcoin's.
"It is like stating that tiny fish is yanking on the whale round", he contended.
"What Tether is affecting is that the leak, not the inventory", she said"I believe that Tether might actually move the cost".
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