You wake up, time to make some coffee. You get on your PC and first thing you look at is how much revenue your solar powered miner had gotten you last night, 13.37 Satoshis, nice! You look at some news on Steem, you look at the comment section for validation; World Hunger and Overpopulation are officially not a problem anymore. You lay back on your chair while drinking the rest of the coffee and think back to how things used to be. A failing economy enslaving the population through debt, imbalances and conflicts between most countries, no control or any idea about what is going on and where it was headed. Looking back you're scared of the thought of having lived in that universe another 20 years, you can't and don't want to imagine a universe where a new trustless monetary invention hadn't happened. You think to yourself how quickly things changed once adoption started rolling in. All the problems in the world it fixed. Imagine if we hadn't invented this tech then and there. What would the people be doing today when the bots took all of their jobs? It's kind of hard to imagine, so much time has passed. It would be just as hard as imaging the future in the present. I guess, not for some, for some it was crystal clear ever since they laid their eyes on it, or should I say their brains considering how few didn't _really_ get it. Once it got going, people started to feel empowered once again, it was like this power they had all along but it's been leeched out of them more and more over time. The power of holding your own money, the money that took all their powers away. The powers of the people currently in charge, the power of the people in the middle and the power of the big buildings in your cities.