Gold is nature's money.
Many businesses take payment only by card or phone, but a pro-cash movement is urging people to 'Resist! Defy! Don't comply!'
The entire financial system will soon be OBSOLETE
The United States once had the finest monetary system in history. It was a system that the U.S. Constitution established. It was a system in which the official money of the United States consisted of gold coins and silver coins.
The unencumbered realist concludes that there are no solutions within a status quo structure that is itself the problem.
Governments with the power to print money on a whim can avoid accountability and pursue corrupt agendas.
Any suggestion of returning the monetary system to a gold standard is immediately met with howls of protest. "It's impossible!" were told.
As told in the movie The Big Short, a group of hedge fund managers who saw the housing crash coming used Credit Default Swaps (CDS) to make a fortune.
In 1739, Benjamin Franklin sought to tackle the issue of counterfeit money in America, using a printing press and leaves to create unique raised patterns on the colonial notes.
Here is analysis that makes that case that collapse of the FTX exchange and the FTT token ponzi is a faster version of what will happen to the japanese Yen and the UK Pound.
The current monetary system is on its way out.
Money is one of the most misunderstood topics of our time, and we're seeing the implications of this play out every day.
The Federal Reserve was no doubt troubled by July's decline in the US unemployment rate to 4.5 percent and increase in job openings to 11.2 million.