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Why Bitcoin Is Technically An Inflationary Currency-Even Though Its Purchasing Power Is Increasing

Inflation is commonly defined as “a general increase in prices and fall in the purchasing value of money.” For example, if a six-pack of beers cost $8 last year, but this year the same six-pack costs $16 then the annual inflation rate was 100 percent. This is because the price doubled for the same quality and quantity of beer.

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