If you’ve already read part one, then you know the just of this theory. It is that we are currently at a cross roads in he financial marketplace. It states that to a degree, this is a battle between the crypto bulls- those who are looking for a rebuild of the financial ecosystem, a revamping of its infrastructure and an overall mixup in the balance of power. Against the bears- current banking institutions, the business titans and in part, the mainstream media.
However, there is a flaw…
A fair rebuttal is that in the long run, such companies may suffer, whether it be a result of these firms cutting ties in order to save costs, or if their collaborative projects come to a halt during a reorganization. However the reality is that most ‘new money’ types do not fully understand the difference in currencies and see the ever-changing list of top ten currencies as a safe diversification; not to mention the effect that the media would have and has had in previous price runs.
All of this to say that in the short run, smaller coins with corporate affiliations to blue chips companies would receive the same benefit as those that aim to escape the confines of working with a major, firm.
But I’m not a conspiracy theorist so at the end of the day, only time will tell