Comment: Then you haven't studied

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Then you haven't studied

Then you haven't studied enough apparently. There are ways to prevent an idea of being duplicated. Yes, even digitally. BC is the prime example of this, since it has special algorithms preventing this from happening. Of course, these can be hacked, but it would take the power of a government to do it and money to build a super computer vastly more powerful than current supercomputers (more than 100 times). They would never be able to hide such an attempt and I would even welcome such an attempt, cause it would damage their own cause if they did so.

Besides, was it the characteristic of being created from thin air that allowed fiat currencies to fail? No, it was the ability to DUPLICATE the currency without limits. BC does not have this problem.