Nov 12, 2022
Did you know? It costs the Federal Reserve only 20 cents to print one hundred dollar denomination, leaving $99.8. Experts often say that because of the hegemony of the dollar, these become the minting tax of each country. For every piece of “green paper” printed by the United States, the world has to pay for the U.S. government with ninety-nine.8 dollars of goods. However, such a situation may no longer exist in the future!
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