Forget the corporate messaging. It’s a great video:
Hypothetically speaking, if hyperinflation occurs and the value of the dollar becomes worthless, is it feasible to trade sterling silver jewelry as monetary value, as opposed to pure silver bullion? I ask because it seems you could have smaller increments of “value” with sterling silver. For example, rather than trading an entire pure silver coin for food I could simply break a necklace in half to have more “exact change”, without having to worry about getting equal change back so to speak. Would this be acceptable?
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