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Old 01.09.2017, 07:14 PM   #88
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Originally Posted by tesla69
the experts just don't get it

https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2...shfree-society

"“The beauty of cash is that it’s a direct and simple transaction between all kinds of different people, no matter how rich or poor,” explains financial writer Dominic Frisby"

The beauty of cash is it: 1. is transferable without expense 2. does not require electricity for transfer and 3. the value is directly in the item and held by possessor
i like packing paper money and the occasional coin, but refusing to see that there's a cost attached to its printing and management is just being pigheaded. especially as the state no longer has an interest in keeping it around.

let's be honest. the real beauty of paper money is for crime and to avoid taxes.
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