Economy: Fleeing into the virtual //
Prices are rising while growth is not forthcoming and commodity prices are no longer even contributing to inflation. The quality of products and services is decreasing. The points of growth are running away towards a decentralised e-economy linked to the first steps of the Web 3.0. Will this e-economy be enough to support purchasing power and therefore the real economy in a second phase? Yes, if there are still people to keep it going. If not, we are approaching a strange gap between two economic paradigms… Our recommendation is to continue to participate in the real economy while discovering and taking advantage of the opportunities offered by the virtual one.
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