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|Posté le: Mer 23 Mai - 06:59 (2018) Sujet du message: energy currency?
after seeing the documentary "money masters" i got to thinking of what would make a good currency.
fiat currencies generally don't last very long. the 43 years the dollar has been off the the gold standard and still considered valuable is a new record.
gold would be problematic at this point though, for two reasons. one, there's such a limited supply that getting a good velocity of money would be difficult. two, the u.s.a. owes most of its gold reserves to foreign banks already. but if we don't use gold what could we use? my thought, electricity.
by backing our currency based on how much electricity the government produces, we could have a currency that's valuable, predictable, infinitely divisible, and be able to produce is sufficient quantities as to make spending it a net gain. also, since the government owns some power plants, the government itself could print some of it, rather than leaving it all to the federal reserve. what do you think? good idea? bad idea?
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
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