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2 months agoSteemit5 min read

There's a lot to be said about United States "Collector" Coinage...
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These "Proof" One Ounce $100 Platinum Coins with a West Point Mint Mark, are only 1,445 of today's Fiat USD's each, plus Postage...

If sold at today's prices on the other side of the Reset, it would cost $14.45 in Electronic Coinage each, plus Postage...

Who wouldn't pay $14.45 for a $100 U.S. Platinum "Collector" Coin...

This is how I've been looking at everything lately...

It's easy...

Just Divide the price of anything by 100 to know the "after Reset" price...
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There is a limit of 3 of these "Collector" Platinum Coins per household, and there will only be 12,000 Minted...

Their $100 Face Values will look pretty good, on the other side of the Reset...

Anyway...

"We the People" are going back to the Coinage Act of 1792 and Correcting our Monetary Mistakes...

We were "Bamboozled" by Agents of the Central Bank Owners...

I can't believe we actually fell for their Weights and Measures for "our" U.S. Monetary System...

There was no need to copy the mistakes that existed at the time...

The Numbers 1 through 100 would have worked so much better than the Numbers 1 through 10...

We used Weights that few people understood and Numbers that were set too low...

Our Silver and Gold Coins ended up with a range from 10 Cents to 20 Dollars...

We had Pennies and Nickels to help make change for anything less than 10 Cents...

It took 20 Silver Dollars to obtain a 20 Dollar Gold Coin...

No wonder we had to remove our Silver and Gold Coins from Circulation...

Anyway...

I come up with a Solution to the Mistakes we made with our Coinage...

As simple as my Solution is, people seem to have a hard time understanding it...

That part puzzles me, because anyone who can count to 100 shouldn't have any trouble understanding it at all...

Our Circulating Silver and Gold Coins will range from $2 to $100...

Our 1/10 ounce $1 Silver Coins and our 1/10 ounce $10 Gold Coins will only be issued as "Collector" Coinage because of their Small Size and Huge amount of Spending Power...

Don't let that worry you because we will still have $1 Clad Coins and $10 Silver Coins to take the place of the $1 Silver "Collector" Coins and $10 Gold "Collector" Coins...

This time around, we'll have more than Pennies and Nickels to make change for our Silver and Gold Coins...

Start thinking Paper Coinage, Electronic Coinage and our Common Coinage...

Their Range will be from $0.0001 to $1...

We can use our Paper Coinage, Common Coinage, Silver Coinage and Gold Coinage, to buy as much Electronic Coinage as we want...

I have a feeling, most people are going to want to use our Electronic Coinage...

I personally like using Physical Currencies because of the Privacy Factor...

But I'll still be using our Electronic Coinage for paying Bills or making change for anything less than One Cent...
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How else did you think we were going to "Make Americans Great Again"...???

Feel free to question anything I write...

I have some good news to report in tomorrows blog...

It has to do with "Gold Backs" denominated in 1/1000 of an ounce of Gold and up

But let's concentrate on the 1/1000 of an ounce "Gold Backs"...

I suppose I could tell you in this one...

As a Commodity, the Melt Value of Gold is currently Fluctuating up and down...

But "Gold Backs" will work in a pinch, or when all Hell Breaks Loose...

The Gold Backs are actually quite clever, since the Melt Value of Gold "will" become "Stable" on the "other side" of the Reset, at $90 per ounce...

The Melt Value of One Ounce of Gold will be $90 in Sound Money, which comes to 9,000 of today's Fiat USD's...

These Gold Backs get my approval as a Monetary Tool that can either Circulate as 10 Fiat USD's or 10 Cents in Sound Money...

The $90 per ounce "melt value' won't happen until the U.S. Monetary Correction comes to pass...

So...

Each 1/1000 ounce of Gold will contain either 9 Cents in our "Future" Sound Money, or 9 of today's Fiat USD's...

Add on a 10% Premium, and each one will probably Circulate as 10 Cents in Sound Money or 10 of today's Fiat USD's...

It fits in perfectly with what I've been writing about...

Multiply 10 Cents by 1,000 and One Ounce of Gold comes to $100 in Sound Money...

Perfect...

I'm sure "Collectors" will pay some nice "Premiums" for the Gold Backs...

It makes me want to run to the Bank to see if I can't obtain some Rolls of Dimes...

It's getting close to posting time, so I better stop here...

Let me know what you think about the Gold Backs...

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