Let’s say that there’s an imaginary dividing line. People 40+ years old are way too attached to fiat to allow anything to replace it, and people under 40 are much more flexible on this subject.
So at least for the US, today only 5.5% of congress is under 40 (no US senators under 40 btw), and around 22% are under 50.
So today there’s way too many people hopelessly attached to fiat to make life easy for bitcoin laws, since fiat is what they have been pursuing all their lengthy lives.
If bitcoin can hang in there for another decade, then the under age 50 members (they should still be flexible in 10 years since they’ve already been exposed to it before age 40), should represent a percentage of Congress that will be nearly impossible to push around. Lindy effect for Congress you might say.