Some may question the latter half of that assertion, given that the latest FUD cycle against cryptos has been one of the most intense that I've witnessed since getting involved in the space in 2013.
Behind the FUD we see actions. We see Russia dumping dollar assets (can you blame them?).
We hear Munger making almost childishly uninformed remarks on crypto, yet BRK is investing in one of the world's most crypto friendly banks.
We see El Salvador as the first country in the world to make Bitcoin legal tender.
In my mind this has not only sounded the starting gun on de-dollarization in earnest, it goes beyond that. Back in the late 90's people like me were about the age of many of the crypto kids today, and we were talking about the Internet Asteroid headed straight at the telecoms and traditional media.
Today, pretty well everybody is aware of Bitcoin. They may have positive or negative opinions on it, but most people are figuring out that it's here to stay and there is a spectrum of sentiment around that ranging from enthusiasm to denial. But I don't get the sense that traditional institutional finance sector sees the other asteroid coming, and it's coming straight at them.