I get it, but you don't get that the price of gold is just as controlled. It's value comes from it's immutability, 1 ounce of gold now will be 1 ounce of gold 1000 years from now, 10.000 years from now, exct. It's the value we place on it, not an intrinsic value that gives it worth. We can use it for electronic machinery but you can't plant it, you can't drink it, it makes a shit building material or cloth unless you get super science fictiony. Gold has value because it will always be gold. I know there are some cryptos like cardano and xrp that pride themselves on decentralized organizations, but I understand that nothing like that can be absolutely anonymous and unconcentrated.>Pushed
It's a weird battle, there is a great deal of resistance to crypto even as these institutions accept investment and commercial use, like the majority honestly don't want to but someone has either projected crypto as a requirement or they're trying to adapt it now to take control completely before normies can realize financial freedom from banks.