Comment: centralization of money comes with regulating transactions

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centralization of money comes with regulating transactions

If VC becomes rare nothings and still competes with the abundant nothings of paper dollars then price speculation will drive VC up when mining obligations become finite, there's the zero sum endgame...ponzi bubble, prices will be based on fractions of nothings until each individual realizes zero and the next currency outcompetes it or the government steps in and demands more of it and more regulations of its transactions... back to square zero...playing with short term nothings in spite of plenty long term somethings worth stacking physical.

I don't see how someone could not believe in intrinsic value yet can buy silver and gold... well then for what?

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