WHY MONEY IMMUTABILITY MATTERS

Until Money became an Immutable Measure of Value in the 17th century, humanity had never produced enough wealth to launch The Middle Class.

Immutable Money got established between the early 1600s; when the Bank of Amsterdam began controlling its municipalities for bill-printing and coin metal-content; and the early 1700s, when Isaac Newton formulated the Gold Standard.

Nonetheless, Newton’s Gold Standard, after having enriched the world for 200 years, got dismantled at the start of the 20th century and eventually replaced by FranKeynesntein!

Told exclusively from Central Bank Charts, in this video or you can access the original Prezi directly.

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