Rough prevailing argument of Rhetoric Analysis

Young Millennials and Gen-Z are leading the way into evolving and reshaping the economy we see today by leading a revolution, a digital and crypto one. As of 2021, an overwhelming majority number of millennials and Gen-Z kids have expressed interest in investing, but not in traditional stocks, but cryptocurrency. With this Rhetoric analysis, we’re going to be looking at two artifacts that demonstrate this nearing change in our country’s finical redevelopment. One is an article from credible writers at the New York Times who breaks down the concept of cryptocurrency and why it is the talk of the market in today’s world. The other artifact we will be looking at is a Twitter post from the richest man on the planet, Elon Musk. Elon musk’s tweet will give us a more in-depth look at cryptocurrency as Elon uses his market influence to promote Dogecoin, a popular cryptocurrency that started as a meme amongst the Gen-Z demographic. The point of this rhetorical analysis is to explain what cryptocurrency is and how it’ll shape a future the world has never seen. A cryptocurrency is a form of digital currency that is a competitor to the USD and other physical forms of currency and can be used to buy and sell goods. Cryptocurrency, unlike USD, also has the benefit of growing in value. While the USD $1 will continue to be worth $1, Dogecoin which is worth 26 cents at the time I am writing this article, is projected to be worth almost 5$ in the future. Other popular forms of bitcoin are becoming the official currency of the country and replacing the old physical currency that once sat on the place it sits in now. As governments, organizations, and more Influencers like Elon continue to endorse crypto in our time, this future I am discussing will be the reality decades from now.

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  1. I think you should refrain from utilizing the first person plural pronoun because one convention of scholarly discourse is the use of third person singular pronouns. Also, name the credible writers from the New York Times that you will cite. When you write about the rhetorical analysis metacognitively, do not write the letter r in “rhetorical” in the upper case in the middle of a sentence.

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