Opinion: A halving of BTC may trigger a shock in Nakamoto after three years, as gold rose after the cancellation of the dollar gold standard.

In an interview with CNBC Crypto Trader, Raz Gerber, global customer director of data analysis company Dremio, said that bitcoin halving may affect its price in the next two to three years, and by May 2020, bitcoin was halved. It will make its inflation rate equal to gold, about 1.7%. And four years later, we will have the scarce assets that humans have since gold, and the inflation rate will be 0.9% or 0.8%. If we look back at the 1970s, we have seen that 48 years have elapsed since Nixon cancelled the US dollar gold standard (Nixon Impact). Looking at the price of gold, it did not peak immediately after the impact of Nixon, but it took a while to start rising, and it rose 16 times in just 8 years. In the summer of 71, it was $40 for gold and now it is $1,500. The dollar has depreciated by 95% against gold. Raz Gerber said that he believes that Nakamoto's shock may occur in the next few years and may take three years. Therefore, over time, people will have an increasingly scarce asset. Basically every 10 minutes (one block every 10 minutes). If this happens, then Nakamoto's shock may be equivalent to Nixon's impact 50 years later.