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The Fed could lose $100B — Does this spell catastrophe for Bitcoin?

On this week’s episode of “Macro Markets,” Cointelegraph analyst Marcel Pechman delves into a thought-provoking discussion on the United States Federal Reserve’s financial woes. Pechman opens by highlighting how the Fed is grappling with staggering losses and emphasizes a fundamental macroeconomic principle: that overall wealth cannot be universally enhanced as demand for goods and services grows.

This discrepancy underscores the challenges posed by inflation, real estate prices and the consequences of the Fed’s policies. Pechman concludes that the Fed is now paying the price for its loose monetary approach during the pandemic, prompting a grim outlook for the U.S. Treasury Department’s finances.

Shifting gears, Pechman moves on to discuss European markets, with a spotlight on Novo Nordisk’s remarkable ascent. The Danish pharmaceutical company has momentarily overtaken luxury goods giant LVMH as Europe’s most valuable company. Pechman notes that the astonishing success of Novo Nordisk, particularly its weight-loss drugs Ozempic and Wegovy, caused Denmark’s gross domestic product growth forecast to be revised upward.

In a final intriguing twist, Pechman touches upon the intersection of traditional companies and cryptocurrencies as he speculates on the potential for traditional companies to adopt cryptocurrency-based revenue distribution methods through smart contracts. While he acknowledges the promise of this concept, Pechman underscores the current immaturity and complexity surrounding such endeavors, emphasizing that the sector is still in its infancy. 

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This article is for general information purposes and is not intended to be and should not be taken as legal or investment advice. The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed here are the author’s alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph.

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