Why Did I Buy Bitcoin as Generation Z?

In a dark world, Bitcoin is a light to a lost generation. I couldn't have said it better myself. So why did I buy bitcoin when I was 18 and why do I continue to buy it now at 21? After graduating from high school, I was no longer a child, I was an adult. Being an adult is expensive. After all, most adults want to buy a car, house, finance their lifestyle, go on vacation, retire, etc. wants. All of this may seem extremely expensive and impossible given the downsides of our generation. As the Federal Reserve prints more dollar bills, especially with the MASSIVE amount printed last year, we've been taught to save our wealth in constantly devalued US dollars. As inflation rises, the prices of almost everything we want to buy (car, house, food, etc.) rise. We hold on to money that has depreciated as the prices of the things we want to acquire are skyrocketing. Double shelf. As we doubled down, most assets have become completely inaccessible to the average person. This puts people in debt to buy the things they need. Taking large debts has been disastrous for one's financial life in the past. It destroys you and can have undesirable consequences in other areas of your personal life. For example, one study found that "couples with no assets at the beginning of a three-year period are 70 percent more likely to divorce than couples with $10,000 in assets at the end of a three-year period." Imagine losing your partner due to money stress; These are life-changing results. Buying Bitcoin solves this by having a fixed supply of 21 million coins that no central bank, government, company or individual can print. I can sleep peacefully at night knowing that no one is wasting my savings. Over time I buy more bitcoins, the price of BTC skyrockets and everything around me gets cheaper. Bitcoin price surpasses the US

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