Is crypto a Hedge against Inflation?

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Inflation is the rate at which the purchasing power of the money you hold decreases over time. In this context a hedge is a protection against or a way to avoid the impact of inflation on your money.

In this video,  I explain the effects of inflation on the money that you hold and assess the levels of interest being offered to savers by banks and building societies in the UK. I then compare these interest rates with possible returns from investing in Crypto assets and give my opinion about whether Crypto is a hedge against inflation. This does not constitute financial advice.

After you have watched the video, please let me know your thoughts in the comments under this post or under the video on YouTube.

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