Dear OP,

There are currently OVER

1,000,000,000,000,000 Satoshi's (bitcoin) - 1 Quadrillion (tbh, I think I did my maths wrong and it should be 10 quadrillion satoshi's atm)

(10 millionx 100000000 (1 btc))

1,000,000,000 billion

100,000,000,000 billion

Thats counting it at 10 million, and as I hope you know, there's over 10 mil btc around atm.

So.... my question to you OP is ..

Do you think 1,000,000,000,000,000, considering the current interest, and that the world population is roughly 7 billion, is enough to go around then?

Or do you still think there's not enough? And if you think that 1 or 10 quadrillion is NOT enough for the current supply/demand, and the upcoming supply and demand, then how much DO you think would be enough?

+10000!!!!

Thank you! hopefully i'm not annoying people with my wild ideas, but here it goes.

here is the math:

Current bitcoin production average 3600 (+/- 400)/ day * 365 days = 1,314,000 BTC/ year * (current value whatever it is, at the moment $130usd) = $170,800,000usd/year)

what if the interest increases? what if people are eager to enter the Bitcoin market? bitcoin will naturally scale so

increase the price to 1000 and you get = $1,314,000,000 USD/year

what if it increases to world wide level demand?

increase the price to $200,000 USD/BTC = $262,800,000,000 USD/year

what if the system tries to take the maximum amount of bitcoins possible all 21,000,000,000,000,000 USD/satoshiBTC? = $27,594,000,000,000,000,000,000 USD/year

There is a lot of zero's past that decimal point.

The system scales my friends, the system scales.

In a way you got to remember that the fiat currencies inflate infinitely.... each coin can be worth an infinite amount of USD... one coin could be worth the entire world economy.

TO INFINITY AND BEYOND!