I'm not looking at this in hopes of getting rich. I've succumbed to thinking that money isn't even important anymore. I'm more focused on who is trying to control the system and how to end that.
I think this will usher in the era beyond scarcity in which abundance takes over. If you do the math, there's really no other conclusion one can come to. After all, 40-60% of our economy is stolen from us between the banks and unnecessary government. If we stopped that, the wealth of each worker does not simply double. Our 'gross' income may double but we actually measure our so-called 'happiness' in disposable income after the bills. When that goes from $500/month to $4500/month, what's that going to do to the entire economy?
We just have to keep on this path of no more monopolies. Eat, live and govern local.
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