Cathie Wood: Ethereum Wealth Transfer! in 2022

laatste update: 08-2022


Cathie Wood of Ark Invest shares how Ethereum is disrupting the banks and how a wealth transfer is taking place from savings accounts and bonds to crypto.

With Ethereum being the market leader in Defi & stablecoins, people are no longer choosing banks for high yield saving accounts and loans. And if you can get a risk free yield from staking, why invest in bonds?

In this video we will be looking at:
0:00 – Intro
1:32 – Banks Under Attack
4:35 – Cathie Wood on Ethereum
7:23 – Crypto Just Getting Started
8:49 – Summary

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30 gedachten over “Cathie Wood: Ethereum Wealth Transfer! in 2022”

  1. WARNING: Hi guys, please be careful. The SPAM is out of control! Also someone is CLONING MY ACCOUNT and posting comments below PRETENDING TO BE ME. I will NEVER ask you to “email me” OR text a “spammy WhatsApp number”.

  2. This is so idiotic. It doesn’t even try to show any supporting metrics. Just emotional blather. Cathy’s book shelf reads like a display at a furniture store.

  3. Nobody should be surprised. The rich have all but taken control of the supply of Bitcoin. Eth is next. It may be decentralized, but it's worthless if a select few own it.

  4. Ethereum does seem to be really embracing developers from all backgrounds and languages which is also important!

  5. There’s a difference between loan growth and loan rates being negative. JPMC’s loan growth is negative, not the rates they are receiving on those loans

  6. This must be some kind of scam channel right? You can't just take money and convert it to crypto, all you can do is buy crypto from someone else, but that money never leaves the market. She is just trying to lure people into buying ETH so the price would go up, because it's the only way to increase its price, crypto in it self is worthless.

  7. Don’t be fooled… Money has to go somewhere. Those who are selling crypto putting the money into traditional financial assets.

  8. Needs to get cheaper though. If the ETH scaling plan doesn't work out well cheaper options will eventually eat it's lunch. Dash has smart contracts on it's roadmap now and it's about as cheap and fast as coins get. ETH has a huge disadvantage in that all the data gets stored on chain. That makes sense for transaction data, but not all data for every app anyone writes. The Dash model allows less critical data to be changed or deleted when not needed anymore.

  9. The ETH market cap is 500Bn. That is absolutely nothing compared to what the banks are working with. Kathy is managing 50Bn (she could own 10% of all ETH)…

  10. everything she does do opposite.. she does not know macro economics. So I am selling all alt krptos before its too late.. The fact the average person loves krypto.. not understand currency is only currency if you use it and spread it and not hold it..say how ignorant they are…

  11. I'm losing count of all the Brits on these threads being experts with a degree in Economics, a Masters in some science, and a Law Degree……….from the Univ. of Western Samoa. Gotta hand it to them, though. They 'INFEST" media really well and are experts at everything.

  12. Successful people don't become that way overnight. What most people see at a glance-weath, a great career, purpose is the result of hard work and hustle over time…

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