Deutsche Bank report: By the 1920s, demand for assets such as cryptocurrencies may surge

According to Bloomberg, Deutsche Bank strategist Jim Reid said in his report "Imagine 2030" that as inflation rises, people increasingly doubt the sustainability of government-backed currencies, which may prompt more people to buy digital assets . The report analyzes 24 alternatives over the next 10 years, and points out that the power to sustain the current fiat currency system now looks fragile and may disintegrate by the 1920s. If so, it will start to create resistance to fiat currencies, while demand for alternative currencies such as gold or cryptocurrencies may skyrocket.