Ampl, as a stable currency, should anchor the long-term depreciation of US $1, which is generally accepted by the market. Is the $1 in 2019 down from $1 in 2019, as long as ampl is stable relative to the current situation. The unit price of ampl does not need to be increased, only needs to be equivalent to the current $1, so as to achieve stable general purpose. The unit price of BTC is value-added. Does the unit price of ampl also need to increase?? Suppose that 1ampl is anchored at 103.5usd in 2050, how can 1ampl compare with 1usd in universality and stability?
In the future, ampl can anchor the inherent long-term devaluation of any one or more of the world’s mainstream general recognized common, which must be the unit price of 1 yuan, instead of anchoring 1.035usd, 1.135usd, 2.135usd, etc
This is interesting, but I tend to think that AMPL’s under-recognized value proposition is as a hedge against inflation.
Already we’ve seen the benefits in purchasing power preservation with the USD inflating over the past year. Having the price target increase as it has, has already benefited AMPL holders who purchased and held their positions over this period.
If inflation continues to increase at a 2% level, which is the current acceptable target of the U.S. Federal Reserve, we can expect to see AMPL’s value as an inflation hedge even more apparent to those seeking assets that guard against buying power depreciation due to the inflated dollar.