My argument is before the wisdom, math, technology, or what have you in the argument of Banks vs Block Chain.
When the two respect each other in true meaning of respect we will enter a collective psychological shift that will bring us in closer to an age of controlling Nuclear Fusion.
The bodies will go through a process of dissolution or a letting go of ego. This will translate into more efficient investments and a broader appreciation and respect of society. Arts, Science, Education, all will benefit.
My theory is
In a “controlled” environment if a bank like a Bank of America were to adopt something like a Cardano (and vice versa) and let it be its worse enemy from the inside it would serve parties to their strength, illuminating their weaknesses. *Arguably not without resistance.
‘Every government…contains within itself a principle common to all, which is that of a sovereign power, or a power over which there is no control, and which controls all others" Thomas Paine
In this theory it’s searching for the “God Particle”, “the Force” “Qi”
If interested i put a few other quotes underneath from the Stanford Encyclopedia on Thomas Paine.
“In Common Sense Paine opens his account with the contrast between society and government: ‘Society is produced by our wants and government by our wickedness; the former promotes our happiness positively by uniting our affections, the latter negatively by restraining our vices’”
“Dissertations on Government, a pamphlet written in 1786, defending the Bank of America and the principle that contracts formed by government ought to be respected by subsequent occupants of power. ‘Every government…contains within itself a principle common to all, which is that of a sovereign power, or a power over which there is no control, and which controls all others….In republics, such as those established in America, the sovereign power…remains where nature placed it—in the people. …This sovereignty is exercised in electing and deputing a certain number of persons to represent and to act for the whole. But he goes on to insist that”
“What is called a republic is not any particular form of government. It is wholly characteristical of the purport, matter, or object for which government ought to be instituted, and on which it is to be employed, res-publica, the public affairs, or the public good….Republican government is no other than government established and conducted for the interest of the public, as well individually as collectively.”