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The Nilar Gold Currency, the key to African development

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News Date: September 13, 2022

Fiat money damages African economies and lives.
A common African gold currency, a long-held vision that many Africans still hold, is a way to effectively achieve monetary and thus economic independence.
Why Nilar? The Nile is Africa's and the world's longest river.
Zimbabwe, an unstable and inflationary economy, has finally made the sound decision to introduce gold coins to solve the persistent problem of rampant inflation.
Also, a multipolar world is inevitable and may be approaching.
Africa should not remain underdeveloped and dominated in that world. The nilar is the key.
Author: Manuel Tacanho is founder of Afridom, a sound money based digital banking startup for Europe and Africa.
Source: mises.org

The Gold Standard Monetary Reset

Did Russia Intentionally Trigger A Monetary System Reset?
Russian central bank to restart buying gold from banks will pay fixed price from March 28.
Russia Central Bank Announces Ruble Bound to Gold! 5000 Rubles per Gram.
By pegging gold to the ruble, Russia has just wiped out the dollar's clout from the world markets.
Moscow Will Consider Bitcoin, Gold, and Ruble Payments for Natural Gas.
Lavrov pushes for more active Russia-India-China cooperation, calls it 'Troika'.
Iran wants to trade with Russia in national currencies.
Lavrov: Russia, China Moving Towards Multipolar 'Fair World Order'.
Source: tfiglobalnews.com, youtube.com

US Mint increases prices on silver products

The United States Mint recently adopted a new strategy for pricing products in its silver numismatic products portfolio. Prices for products containing silver will change EFFECTIVE October 13, 2020-applicable to silver products already on sale/those yet to be released.
In order for the United States Mint to cover rising costs, meet its fiduciary responsibility to operate at no net cost to taxpayers, and return money to the Treasury General Fund, re-setting silver prices is necessary.
The Mints goal, as a financially responsible Federal agency, is to always provide the best quality numismatic products while maintaining fair prices.
The first objective is to ensure that the numismatic portfolio (all product lines together) be self-sufficient and cover all associated costs. The new silver prices reflect a sound business decision aimed at meeting these obligations.
(No tax dollars are used to fund numismatic operations.) The United States Mint will continue to look for operations optimization and cost reduction efforts to deliver superior quality numismatic products at a fair price.
Sources:www.federalregister.gov, twitter.com, www.coinworld.com

What is the Gold Standard

Gold standard, monetary system in which the standard unit of currency is a fixed quantity of gold or is kept at the value of a fixed quantity of gold. The currency is freely convertible at home or abroad into a fixed amount of gold per unit of currency.
In an international gold-standard system, gold or a currency that is convertible into gold at a fixed price is used as a medium of international payments. Under such a system, exchange rates between countries are fixed; if exchange rates rise above or fall below the fixed mint rate by more than the cost of shipping gold from one country to another, large gold inflows or outflows occur until the rates return to the official level.
President Franklin Roosevelt suspended the gold standard in 1933, a move which is widely credited with helping the country climb out of the Depression.
Sources: youtube.com, www.cbsnews.com

Ramaswamy supports Trump and commodity-backed currency

Billionaire entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy claims BRICS is developing a gold-backed currency to replace the U.S. dollar as the world's primary reserve currency.
"This is a major problem for the United States.
This would permanently increase our borrowing cost if the dollar is no longer the established reserve currency of the world.
So yes, actually, that does matter. The right way to deal with it, though, is not to try to swat that down, but increase the value proposition of the dollar itself by pegging the dollar to hard commodities," he stated in a press conference.
Vivek Ramaswamy dropped out of the presidential race and endorsed Donald Trump. Known for supporting currencies backed by commodities, his alliance with Trump suggests a shared vision for economic stability and challenges to traditional fiat systems.

China will forgive 23 loans for 17 African nations

China has pledged to forgive 23 interest-free loans for 17 African countries and will also provide food assistance to the struggling nations, China's foreign minister Wang Yi said at the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation.
Mr. Wang also announced to increase imports from Africa, support the greater development of Africa's agricultural and manufacturing sectors, and expand cooperation in emerging industries.
Sources: news.com.au

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