Will there ever be an economic system that works for everyone?
It's a totally decentralised financial system. A full implementation of satoshi nakamotos writings on smart contracts. It eliminates the need for banking and insurance and auditing and a whole slew of financial industries.
It enables cutting out the middle man at all levels and gives people control over their own money and the product of their labour and capital.
Thats why /biz/ hates it because they're all deeply authoritarian refugees straight from the comments section of liveleak.
Satoshi nakamoto is a pseudonym of hungarian-american academic and polymath Nick Szabo. Who's condensed collection of papers is available on his personal homepage
No. Just like government systems where all of the systems are shitty with Democracy being the least shit, the Keynsian free market economy is the least shit of all the systems residing in a sea of economic theories only applicable in an economic vacuum assuming perfect competition.
Economic systems don't "work" for people in the same way gravity doesn't "work" for you. Countries don't decide on an "economic system" like you choose milk at the supermarket. Different economic systems are simply descriptions (or attempts at descriptions anyway) of the way things work. Capitalism is not a conscious decision to provide value through competition, it's simply a description of what happens when a market is allowed free reign to decide prices, production, and consumption.
You should be happy i'm here to btfo nocoiners left right and center and show you the errors of your ways.
Bitcoiners seemingly got chased out of /biz/ by a bunch of adolescent intellectual lightweight nocoiners.
Handle your shit bitcoiners or ethereum will handle it for you.