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Fairly keen commentary, SerT,

Fairly keen commentary, SerT, particularly Because - even if we have a rival to the dollar, if most of the assets/resources are traded in the dollar, no one will accept the rival currency. As well, dealing in a currency tied to the dollar, meaning the dollar controls its worth, is meaningless, pointless. Might as well use the dollar.

Above a couple spaces, what you said about gold standard (and silver use? -- or any other decreed/fiat currency), it appears to be a good point. It's a little confusing because your second half that sentence was its first half worded differently, a repetition. Mind clarifying what you said?

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