Bitcoin is antifragile and the more it proves this, the more attractive it becomes to investors. But what exactly does antifragile mean?
We all know what fragile means, and one might think antifragile is something that simply isn’t fragile.
And while that may be partially true, antifragility doesn’t just mean resistance against things. Antifragility means it actually improves itself throughout all the external mess.
What is Antifragility?
Antifragility is an idea popularized by Nassim Taleb, and it doesn’t just equate to ‘robust’ or ‘resilience’, but more describes systems that actually gain strength from disorder.
While the opposite of fragility means it is robust and resilient, antifragility actually benefits from ‘volatility, randomness, and disorder’ and comes out the other end blooming.
This is exactly what Bitcoin is. The decentralized nature of the Bitcoin network, which is growing rapidly, ensures that the majority of the network can withstand anything macro can throw at it. Read More