Charles Hoskinson warns investors of an economic “collapse”

Charles Hoskinson has taken to Twitter to broadcast a live video warning people of a “dystopian future” surrounding hyperinflation in the crypto market.

On Tuesday May 12, the  Ethereum and Cardano founder told investors to “wake up” when considering the world’s economy and the ongoing crypto crash.

Between Wednesday May 11 and Thursday May 12, the total market cap took a 10% nose dive, according to CoinMarketCap

The decrease has revealed the divide between retail and institutional investors. Hoskinson says that retail investors are now using crypto to dodge “a global system that’s unfair”.

“Institutions have been dumping their crypto… most are looking at it as a high-risk, high-return asset. This was always the danger of inviting the Wall Street types in”, he said.

Due to the rise in inflation and financial strategies concerning such changes, Hoskinson believes bankers and VCs are “playing musical chairs” with the global economy, claiming it “will collapse” as it is unable to sustain itself.

When considering crypto to be part of an economic solution, Hoskinson continued to stress the idea that it's the manipulation of cryptocurrencies that drives down prices in the global market, not the currency itself.

“The entire point of cryptocurrencies is to restore some trust, credibility, and stability into the world money system”, he said.

Meanwhile, actor Adrian Grenier voiced views not dissimilar to that of Hoskinson's, claiming that cryptocurrencies can “fix” many of the problems that traditional financial systems face.

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Written by Isabella Aslam


Isabella is an experienced writer in B2B and B2C journalism. Alongside crypto, Isabella writes and discusses the topics of relationships and psychology. Isabella holds a first-class degree in music journalism and often interviews electronic artists and DJs.

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