Yeah sure. I believe that Bitcoin will be adopted by the majority of the population and governments because it is a digital currency that is decentralized. Bitcoin is a digital currency that can be used to buy things online without the need for physical money. It is decentralized, meaning that no single entity controls it, so there is no bank or government behind it. Bitcoin is also anonymous, meaning that no one knows who owns how much bitcoin or where their bitcoins came from.
Bitcoin has been around since 2009, but it wasn't until late 2017 that it really started to become popular thanks to an increase in value over time along with some high profile investors like Peter Thiel who became involved with Coinbase earlier this year (2018).
I think Bitcoin will continue to grow in popularity as more businesses start accepting it as payment for goods and services offered online through websites like Amazon or eBay (which already accepts Bitcoin payments). I also think more people will start using it if they see friends or family members using it on social media platforms like Twitter or Facebook which have already implemented support for cryptocurrency trading within their apps.
Yeah! Bitcoin will be adopted by the majority of the population and governments. Actually, it's already happening. There are over 3 million Bitcoin wallets in circulation right now, with a user base that's growing daily. The number of merchants accepting bitcoin as payment has increased exponentially over the last several years, with more and more companies offering their services through cryptocurrency. Even governments are starting to recognize its value. The U.S. Treasury Department recently published an article explaining how they plan to regulate cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, which is a huge step forward for digital currencies in general.
In addition to its increasing popularity among consumers and businesses alike, Bitcoin has some incredible advantages over other types of money: it's decentralized, meaning no one bank or government controls your money; it uses peer-to-peer technology so you don't have to worry about trusting third parties; it's fast and easy (there are no waiting periods or fees), and it can be used anywhere in the world without restrictions from borders or governments (unlike traditional currencies). All these factors make me confident that Bitcoin will be adopted by many people around the globe soon.
Yes, I believe that Bitcoin will be adopted by the majority of the population and governments. Simply because Bitcoin is a natural evolution of currency. It's not just a currency. It's a technology platform that can be used to make all kinds of payments, which means that it can be used in all kinds of ways. And since it's so easy to use and so secure, I think people will come to trust it over time.