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That's like saying that

That's like saying that because the euro is like the dollar, adding euro's to the dollar supply will inflate the dollar. Makes no sense whatsoever.

There already exists multiple BC copies. Some of them have only minor differences. But they aren't considered as part of the BC supply. And there's a very easy way one can see this: the price mechanism. Really, I can make one long ass post detailing the differences, but I have yet to see any economic theory even SUGGESTING that two currencies that have price differences are one and the same currency. The very idea itself is contradictory and devoid of any logic.