Why Bitcoin Is Generational Wealth

The short film “Bitcoin Is Generational Wealth” by Matt Hornick and Tomer Strolight premiered on November 1, 2021, to shed light on the true value proposition of Bitcoin. While many projects in the world today seek to enrich their founding members and provide palpable profits in U.S. dollars for anyone who joins, the world’s most secure and robust monetary network aims to propel humanity forward based on the fundamental rights to property and freedom.

As people around the world watched the film, many different reactions emerged. Bitcoiners, aware of the goal for which Bitcoin was brought to the world in 2009 as a direct response to the bailouts of central banks to financial institutions the year before, got emotive when seeing the future reality that proper sound money could enable.

“The film stirred many emotions within the community, Twitter exploded with feedback and people sharing that they had been moved to tears,” Daniel Prince, host of the “Once BITten” podcast, said. “Hope was the main emotion shared in our home, a feeling so devoid in that place we call “normie” land.”

Driven by the desire to change the world, Bitcoin evangelists already preach that hopeful reality today; however, skeptics often fall for fallacious narratives instead and dismiss the nascent monetary network for some characteristics inherent to its early monetization stage.

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