Deputy Chairman of the Security Council Dmitry Medvedev believes that fundamental changes in the financial markets should be expected as early as next year. He made his forecasts on geopolitics and finance in his telegram channel (https://t.me/medvedev_telegram/237 ).
There he provided several forecasts regarding what could happen in the world over the next year. How true they will be will be clear in 2023.
Dmitry Medvedev: The IMF and the World Bank will collapse, instead of the dollar and euro there will be digital fiat currencies
According to Dmitry Medvedev, it should be expected that the largest stock exchanges will move from the USA and the EU to Asia, the Bretton Woods system represented by the IMF and the World Bank will cease to exist.
Markets will begin to abandon the euro and the dollar and switch to digital fiat currencies. He also believes that the gold standard will return, the European Union will collapse after England returns to it and the euro will cease to be the official currency of the EU.
In addition, Dmitry Medvedev believes that there will be a partition of the European Union, there will be a separation of Northern Ireland from England, there will be a civil war in the United States, a new state of California and Texas will arise. According to Dmitry Medvedev, Elon Musk will become the next US president during the election race in 2024.
Will Dmitry Medvedev's forecasts regarding the collapse of the IMF, the transition of markets to digital fiat currencies come true?
Next year will show whether Dmitry Medvedev is right or not. But it is an obvious fact that the dollar and the euro are weakening more and more. Therefore, it is highly likely that many countries will completely abandon the dollar and the euro and switch to digital fiat currencies.
A similar point of view is shared by the TMY-Chain ecosystem development team, which offers both its own blockchain and a wallet, a decentralized TMY Swap exchange. They also believe that the future belongs to digital assets as such, and the IMF and other banking structures are useless and should disappear. Decentralized financial systems will take their place.