The economy moves in cycles.

An economy’s productivity increases over the years. This progress is measured in the growth of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Due to the use of debt the growth regularly overshoots the sustainable path of productivity growth. This inevitably leads to phases where we have a contraction in GDP growth and fall below the sustainable productivity growth path.

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The debt is at record highs.

The debt of the biggest nations (G7) is at historical record highs. On average their debt is higher than their annual GDP. That's unprecendeted.

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Debt in % of GDP


Ultimately someone has to pay.

Debt doesn't go away overnight - it's a tedious process. Debt can be reduced by higher taxes, a haircut or inflation.

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Printing money.

History has shown that by far the most prominent tool to decrease debt is inflation, i.e. printing of money. This process is also called "monetisation of debt". The extent of this process is documented by central bank balance sheets around the world.
Federal Reserve Balance Sheet



Inflation leads to a loss of purchasing power, i.e. goods are getting more expensive. 1 US Dollar has lost around 50% of its purchasing power over the last 30 years.
Purchasing Power of USD 1.-


Inflated asset prices.

The printing of money has also led to an unprecendented asset bubble. Stock markets around the world are trading at record highs. The broadest US stock market (S&P500) has risen 5 fold over the last 30 years.



New assets emerge.

Coincidentally a new asset class has emerged right after the great financial crisis of 2008. Bitcoin has  launched January 2009 and has risen exponentially ever since.
Bitcoin Price


Algorithmic Monetary Policy.

As opposed to the discretionary monetary policy of central banks, Bitcoin has an algorithmic monetary policy.


Limited Supply.

The supply of Bitcoin is limited at 21 Million. Through the process of mining all Bitcoins will be distributed until the year 2040.

Bitcoin Supply Schedule


DLT* Boom.

The advent of Bitcoin with its Blockchain in 2009 has led to an unprecendented boom of Startups and Venture Capital investments in the DLT* space.
* Distributed Ledger Technology, commonly also referred to as “Blockchain”
Venture Capitalist Investment
in DLT Startups


Each of them disrupting.

Each one of these startups is disrupting a specific part of the value chain in the finance sector. Together some of them will constitute the future of finance.

Why. Summary.

The economy, driven by debt levels and monetary policies around the world, moves in cycles. Historically elevated debt levels, asset prices and central bank balance sheets indicate the end of a major debt cycle. Leading up to this end phase a new asset class has emerged: Digital Assets. Investors have for the first time in human history a valid alternative to the current, indebted monetary system.

Invest in financial
assets as cash loses slowly its value.


Diversify into Digital Assets as old monetary system is inflating.


Benefit from opportunities as new financial system is built.


For each Why. exists a Schlossberg&Co offering. And each offering consists of a variety of sub-assets.

Graph does not depict current portfolio but only an example universe of assets.

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