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India versus China (round 1?)


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The history of civilizations always demonstrates the great clashes between two or more of them: military, territorial, philosophical, cultural, technological and monetary. Whenever a great civilization arises, in opposition, inevitably, another one appears in opposition, there is some point of the first. In time: Chun=li, in SF2, is China´s representant and Dhalsim is India´s representant, Street Figther 2 is a immortal game!

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In the sequence, medium powers appear that orbit these great powers, which are normally the main problems of the great powers and where the fields of action occur. In other words, at first, in the geopolitical field, the great powers are never facing each other. As in a chess game, the great powers "guide" the other powers that have affinities to make moves. And then, in these microcosms, these clashes become experimental laboratories to see macro behavior from the micro. Three great post-World War II examples? Vietnam (back in the early 1970s, with a communist gain) and Afghanistan (back in the late 1970s, with a capitalist gain), as well as Iran and Iraq (back in the 1980s, whose tie still causes diverse echoes). In the case of the last clash, there is the future seed of the fall of the twin towers, of ISIS, of all the instability in the Middle East (if you want, leave it in the comments that I expand on this geopolitical subject - which is not the focus of this article). Speaking of the world of cryptos, this is also reproduced. But, unlike physical geopolitical issues, borders or even the predominance of finite and expensive resources, in the case of cryptocurrencies, which invariably depend on technology and the transnational reach that comes from the intrinsic philosophy of the internet, the fight is for time, for money, by the best crypto, which can offer more advantages. In this case, the number of people in a given country, in a given territory, is as vital as the economic analysis on the potential of a consumer market for exports. Translation: the more people in a country friendly to cryptocurrencies, the easier it is for the cryptoeconomy network to leverage real monetary capital and overvalue this or that crypto or this and that DefI. This is the mechanism common to crytocurrencies that brings them closer to the traditional financial market: the relation of demand for the price and the volume offered values, or not, the apres de cryptocurrencies. Whoever gets the most money stands out, distributes more rewards, and values ​​more, just like physical stocks on the stock exchange. Given this explanation, there is information among large world populations: while China begins to ban and tightly regulate its 1.6 Billion people on cryptos, in order to strengthen its own currency, the news has just come out that the RBI Indian regulation), revokes 3018's understanding on illegality of crupto-currencies and legalizes full operations in crypto-currencies, making its 2.1 billion people have legal and unrestricted access to cryto. This clash over whether people have access to crytos or not will begin to be critical, it will begin to define geopolitical strategies between nations. China versus India, crypto state intervention or global crypto liberation, who had gained the upper hand? What is certain is that closing a crypto-currency consumer market by releasing another as large, but with a much less regulated market, will do well for cryptocurrencies in general, as it will keep the wonderful world much more sustainable and sustainable. In addition, from a mining point of view - mainly bitcoin, which causes a lot to change the price - India has greater potential than China because the internet is much less closed and access to computer equipment is very widespread, state-owned, in India . It is worth remembering that, in India, there are programs for the popularization of information technology, programming languages ​​and internet access. (which is what makes India so attractive as an exporter of programmers and call centers!) In China, however, in addition to the heavy hand of the government, the internet is not free and, outside the special zones, access to technology within China is very restricted. In this clash, the crypto win, in this clash, it ends up giving a stabilized, balanced force that begins to dispute space with small direct investors. Time will tell, but whenever a step is given to freedom of options, we move towards a more just and civilized world, of course, as long as there is consensus and equal regulation for all. China: 5000 years of history in the world.

India: 5000 years of history in the world.

Time will tell! Dhalsim versus Chun-li...who will win? 


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