Short and sweet rag today. We talk a lot about the improvement of aesthetics under a Bitcoin Standard due to the fact that opportunity costs will significantly rise; reducing the misallocation of capital that has led to the high velocity trash economy which has produced a world with terrible aesthetics. When the market is forced to allocate capital more efficiently, the world can expect things with better aesthetics to be constructed.
If this is a topic that interests you, I highly recommend you subscribe to Kelly Lannan's Substack, Bitcoin Urbanism. It is filled with a slew of great pieces that highlight problems in urban spaces that have been caused by a Fiat Standard and how a Bitcoin Standard can fix poor city planning, road construction, and public spaces.
The idea may seem like a stretch at surface level, but when you come to understand the compounding negative externalities that emanate from an economy fueled by debt and constant consumption, it becomes obvious that a sound monetary standard is our best shot at bringing a more durable and aesthetically pleasing reality to fruition.
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