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So, you think that the

So, you think that the central bankers -who control the central banks of the world- are just going to let some currency replace their money making machine? You cannot be seriously thinking that scenario is an actual possibility. Also, the governments are never going to accept bitcoin for payment of taxes or fines, and therefore it automatically puts bitcoin at a disadvantage. As I've stated before, the big corporations are not going to accept bitcoin if the government doesn't want bitcoin to succeed; and without the major corporations accepting bicoin, then the vast majority of people will not be using bitcoin, for there would be no purpose for them to do so.

Just trying to say that I'm wrong with my analysis is not evidence of a logical problem with the analysis.

Why don't you try to use logic to explain how the inverse, of my analysis, is even a possibility?