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  • So I just got off a live broadcast with Jeff booth who wrote an entire book before the pandemic about this concept of deflation and that it's the only thing that's going to save us from our own self destruction as humanity Now.

    是以,我剛剛結束了與傑夫-卡斯特的直播,他在大流行之前寫了一整本書,講述了通貨緊縮這個概念,並說這是唯一能把我們從現在人類的自我毀滅中拯救出來的東西。

  • Look, a lot of you have heard about printing money and about how when governments create money and they give out furlough chicks like here in the UK or they pay out subsidies.

    聽著,你們很多人都聽說過印鈔票的事,也聽說過當政府創造貨幣時,他們會像在英國一樣發放休假的小雞,或者發放補貼。

  • It actually hurts the lower income people the most and actually benefits some of the wealthier people, the people that own assets, that own real estate, etcetera.

    它實際上對低收入者的傷害最大,而實際上對一些較富裕的人,擁有資產的人,擁有房地產的人等有利。

  • And while that is true, Jeff claims that at the end the rich get richer and then they lose as well.

    雖然這是事實,但傑夫稱,在最後,富人變得更富有,然後他們也會失去。

  • Because in a long enough time line 80 120 years, there ends up being a revolution anyways and that people take back that wealth and then the cycle continues and the cycle continues and inflation is used as an instrument that all governments do in order to just continue pumping money into the system to give us all that drug that we're addicted to.

    因為在一個足夠長的時間線80 120年,最終會發生一場革命,人們奪回財富,然後循環下去,循環下去,通貨膨脹被用作所有政府的工具,以便繼續向系統注入資金,給我們所有人提供我們沉迷的藥物。

  • But it's just not practical.

    但這是不實際的。

  • And especially when you've got technology coming through, making everything cheaper, just look at this phone that I'm broadcasting on.

    特別是當你有了技術,使一切都變得更便宜的時候,看看我正在廣播的這個手機就知道了。

  • It makes everything cheaper.

    它使一切都變得更便宜。

  • Almost everything free.

    幾乎所有的東西都是免費的。

  • And yet prices go up every year.

    而價格卻每年都在上漲。

  • Why is that?

    這是為什麼呢?

  • It's only because the governments are printing money and it's all gonna end in tears.

    這只是因為政府在印錢,而這一切都將以淚水收場。

  • And when this current cycle ends, if it is, does end that way, it means the entire world going into a, you know, default situation or a lack of anything happening situation, which means everything shuts down absolute mayhem, et cetera, and this would have been a very depressing conversation if it wasn't for Bitcoin and Jeff season Bitcoin, something that can literally save humanity.

    而當目前這個週期結束時,如果它是,確實以這種方式結束,這意味著整個世界進入一個,你知道,默認情況或缺乏任何事情發生的情況,這意味著一切都關閉了絕對的混亂,等等,如果不是因為比特幣和傑夫季比特幣,這將是一個非常令人沮喪的談話,這個東西實際上可以拯救人類。

  • And again, Jeff is not a guy who is prone to exaggeration, he's actually a quiet guy, very mild mannered guy, very intelligent guy, had already been a successful entrepreneur and he wrote this book for his kids and he says that Bitcoin because it's deflationary by nature and it's distributed and decentralized.

    再說一遍,傑夫不是一個容易誇張的人,他實際上是一個安靜的人,非常溫和的人,非常聰明的人,已經是一個成功的企業家,他為他的孩子寫了這本書,他說,比特幣因為它的性質是通貨緊縮,它是分佈式和分散的。

  • Nobody can control it, nobody can ban it, including the Chinese government and nobody can tell it what to do.

    沒有人可以控制它,沒有人可以禁止它,包括中國政府,也沒有人可以告訴它該怎麼做。

  • And since it by definition can never create more than 21 million bitcoins, it's something that will save us.

    而且,由於它的定義永遠不可能創造出超過2100萬個比特幣,所以它是能拯救我們的東西。

  • And he said, if you look at the price of everything in the future in Bitcoin, it's always gonna go lower.

    他說,如果你看一下未來比特幣的一切價格,它總是會走低。

  • Everything is going to get cheaper in the future.

    未來一切都會變得更便宜。

  • And this is the new paradigm that we all need to adopt in order to save ourselves from ourselves, which is just the continue printing of money, which is the problem for everything in this world.

    而這是我們都需要採用的新範式,以拯救我們自己,這只是繼續印錢,這是這個世界上一切問題的根源。

  • He even says global warming is because we encourage the system to always do more create more.

    他甚至說全球變暖是因為我們鼓勵系統總是做得更多,創造更多。

  • He implies that you the reason you're unhappy with your life and you're working two jobs to buy things that you can't afford, right, a little fight club reference there, um it's because of this system and you don't even know you're in the system.

    他暗示你,你之所以對你的生活不滿意,你要做兩份工作來買你買不起的東西,對,有點戰鬥俱樂部的意思,嗯,這是因為這個系統,你甚至不知道你在這個系統中。

  • So if you're one of the poorest people here, when they try to take away your furlough check or your universal credit here in the UK, of course you scream and kick because it's going to change your life.

    是以,如果你是這裡最貧窮的人之一,當他們試圖拿走你的休假支票或你在英國的普遍信貸時,你當然會尖叫和踢,因為這將改變你的生活。

  • But you don't see that that universal credit actually dis empowers you.

    但是,你沒有看到,全民信貸實際上是剝奪了你的權力。

  • It hurts you, it stops you from advancing and uh, the only savior to this narrative was the fact that Bitcoin can change all of this and it will change all of this and it's being adopted and it's being decentralized and it's growing and it's deflationary by nature.

    它傷害了你,它阻止你前進,呃,這種敘述的唯一救星是比特幣可以改變這一切,它將改變這一切,它正在被採用,它正在被去中心化,它正在成長,它的本質是通貨緊縮。

  • And so we might be at this really crazy point in human history, but we might be able to save ourselves from ourselves.

    是以,我們可能處於人類歷史上這個非常瘋狂的時刻,但我們也許能夠從自己身上拯救自己。

  • Go figure.

    去想一想。

  • And if it wasn't for Satoshi Nakamoto, whoever he she or them is creating this idea and it getting the uh, you know, the critical mass that it has, We might be literally staring down a barrel of 10-20 years or 2-3 years in Jeff's mind of total collapse in anarchy.

    如果不是中本聰,不管是誰,她或他們創造了這個想法,並得到了呃,你知道,它的臨界品質,我們可能真的盯著一個10-20年或2-3年的桶,在傑夫的想法中,在無政府狀態下完全崩潰。

  • Um, and then we'll repeat the cycle again because inflation by definition is something that is controlled by others and not practical.

    嗯,然後我們會再次重複這個循環,因為根據定義,通貨膨脹是由他人控制的,並不實際。

  • So it's a fascinating episode.

    是以,這是一個迷人的情節。

  • Uh it's up on our website right now.

    呃,它現在就在我們的網站上。

  • It's up on youtube.

    它在YouTube上發佈了。

  • Uh, the end statement was this, go buy some Bitcoin.

    呃,最後的聲明是這樣的,去買一些比特幣。

  • Even if it's 50 bucks for 100 bucks.

    即使是50塊錢換100塊錢。

  • Get a cold wallet, store it on there and just start to understand this whole idea.

    拿一個冷錢包,把它存放在上面,然後就開始理解這整個想法。

  • You don't have to understand it for what it is today, But just appreciate it for what it become become in the future.

    你不必理解它今天的情況,但只要欣賞它未來的發展就可以了。

  • I sent an email back in 1989 from mit and at the time I sent it to my brother at stanford and I didn't use the internet for five more years because I thought that's boring.

    我在1989年從mit發了一封郵件,當時我把它發給我在斯坦福大學的兄弟,我又有五年沒有使用互聯網,因為我覺得那很無聊。

  • That's what Bitcoin is now.

    這就是比特幣現在的情況。

  • We don't see what it could be.

    我們沒有看到它可能是什麼。

  • But trust the process and trust the tech and get some and that's what I push everyone to do in my academy.

    但要相信這個過程,相信技術,並得到一些,這就是我在學院裡推動大家做的事情。

  • That's what we're doing with our broadcast these days.

    這就是我們這些天在做的廣播。

  • And trust me this is all very London real because I do think this is the solution that we've all been looking for a chance to be the best version of ourselves and to bring that version every single day in a way that's transparent for everyone else.

    相信我,這都是倫敦的真實情況,因為我確實認為這是我們一直在尋找的解決方案,有機會成為最好的自己,並以一種對其他人透明的方式,每天帶來這個版本。

  • That is ultimately for the greater good.

    這最終是為了更大的利益。

  • It's the version of ourselves, we want to be every day, but it's the version that doesn't show up every day because we don't have to and no one's watching us and we take the easy way out in some weird way.

    這是我們自己的版本,我們每天都想成為這樣的人,但這是一個沒有每天出現的版本,因為我們沒有必要,也沒有人看著我們,我們以某種奇怪的方式採取了簡單的方式。

  • Bitcoin Blockchain, et cetera is a way of forcing our best version to show up and to do the right thing.

    比特幣區塊鏈等是一種迫使我們最好的版本出現並做正確事情的方式。

  • Spike lee would say.

    斯派克-李會說。

  • So there you go.

    所以,你去那裡。

  • Amazing broadcast.

    驚人的廣播。

  • Thank you Jeff, go check out his book as well.

    謝謝你,傑夫,也去看看他的書吧。

  • And, um, keep thinking forward to the future.

    還有,嗯,繼續向前思考未來。

  • If you don't own Bitcoin yet, where you've been, go get some and learn about this space because it will change the future.

    如果你還沒有擁有比特幣,你在哪裡,去買一些,瞭解這個空間,因為它將改變未來。

  • And it's the best thing you can give to your Children and grandchildren.

    這也是你能給你的孩子和孫子的最好東西。

  • Um, it's the best thing you can do right now for humanity, strangely enough, it's not about getting rich, it's about a paradigm shift and it's time to adopt it.

    嗯,這是你現在能為人類做的最好的事情,奇怪的是,這不是關於發財,而是關於範式的轉變,現在是時候採用它了。

  • So that's it, big love.

    是以,就是這樣,大愛無疆。

  • Uh, and we'll see you next time.

    呃,我們下次再見吧。

So I just got off a live broadcast with Jeff booth who wrote an entire book before the pandemic about this concept of deflation and that it's the only thing that's going to save us from our own self destruction as humanity Now.

是以,我剛剛結束了與傑夫-卡斯特的直播,他在大流行之前寫了一整本書,講述了通貨緊縮這個概念,並說這是唯一能把我們從現在人類的自我毀滅中拯救出來的東西。

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