Bitcoin Renaissance 2.0: Humanistic Alternative to Technological Salvation
11-16, 15:00–15:30 (America/El_Salvador), Auditorium
Language: English


With the weakening of Western liberal democracies, along with infinite money printing creating high inflation, we are facing a crisis of our political and economic systems. As Bitcoin continues to be adopted globally, international non-governmental organizations like the World Economic Forum (WEF) aim to re-engineer economies, using central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) as a critical tool. Now, Bitcoin and CBDCs race toward a wider adoption. The crux of this competition concerns the two divergent visions of the world and its outcome determines the future of humanity.


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Nozomi Hayase, Ph.D., is a prolific writer in the Bitcoin space with a background in psychology and human development. She is a contributing writer to the Bitcoin Magazine. She focuses on Bitcoin’s incentives and its psychological and philosophical implications. In her independent publishing platform, “The Way of the Heart”, she explores the Bitcoin rabbit hole experience as a cultural phenomenon that fosters profound individual transformations.

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