AH Asked Chat GPT-4 Contd. “Does Bitcoin fix this?”

We asked Chat GPT-4 how to save the financial system, as promised, we took it a step further. If you have been following you can see the bot’s idea’s on saving the US Financial System here.

This one is for the crypto bros. With every bank failing, they are getting more sprung. They’re salivating and can’t wait to see the next bank fall or the Federal Reserve turn the money printer back on. Both strong catalyst for Bitcoin’s use, case and mass implementation while people are starting to see the writing on the wall in terms of our monetary policy. Without further ado here is the bots opinion of “if Bitcoin can save the US Financial System.”

The Output

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies can potentially address some of the issues in the traditional financial system, but they are not a comprehensive solution. Here’s how Bitcoin could help and where it falls short:

Potential Benefits:

  1. Decentralization: Bitcoin operates on a decentralized network, which means it is not controlled by a single entity such as a central bank or government. This could reduce the risk of centralized power and decision-making, which has historically contributed to financial crises.

  2. Transparency: The blockchain technology that underpins Bitcoin allows for greater transparency in transactions, as all transactions are publicly recorded on the blockchain. This can help reduce fraud and corruption.

  3. Financial inclusion: Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies can potentially provide financial services to people who are unbanked or underbanked, thus promoting financial inclusion and reducing inequality.

  4. Lower transaction costs: Bitcoin transactions can be cheaper than traditional banking transactions, especially for cross-border payments. This can benefit both consumers and businesses.


  1. Price volatility: Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have experienced significant price volatility, which can create uncertainty and make them unsuitable as a stable store of value.

  2. Energy consumption: Bitcoin mining consumes a large amount of energy, which raises environmental concerns and questions about its long-term sustainability.

  3. Regulatory challenges: The lack of clear regulations and legal frameworks surrounding cryptocurrencies can create uncertainties and risks for both consumers and businesses.

  4. Limited adoption: While Bitcoin has gained some traction as a means of payment, it is still not widely accepted by merchants and businesses, limiting its potential to address broader financial system issues.

  5. Scalability: Bitcoin’s transaction processing capacity is limited, which can result in slow transaction times and high fees during periods of high demand.

  6. Cybersecurity risks: The digital nature of cryptocurrencies makes them susceptible to cyberattacks, hacks, and other security breaches.

In conclusion, while Bitcoin has the potential to address certain issues in the traditional financial system, it is as if the model positions Bitcoin as a part of the solution, but not THE solution. Addressing the problems in the financial system will require a combination of policy changes, regulatory reforms, and technological innovations, including but not limited to cryptocurrencies. Well last sentence is the most true statement it provided as in the current state of the US Financial System, we face problems such as greed, incompetence & corruption.

We will continue to leverage Chat-GPT4 as we have found this tool to be like an on call expert.


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