"Be not ye afraid of them: remember YHWH, which is great and terrible, and fight for your brethren, your sons, and your daughters, your wives, and your houses." -Nehemiah 4:14
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard wrote: “But if a metal-based currency ever emerges to end the reign of fiat paper, it is just as likely to be a ‘Copper Standard’ as a ‘Gold Standard’.”Unlike copper, nickel does not rust. Per gram, nickel is more valuable than copper.One disadvantage with gold as a standard is that it is too high-value for small-change circulation coin, unless low-percentage-gold alloys are used. Some people prefer purity, and pure gold is too soft for coins that circulate.Pure nickel is hard enough for circulating coins.
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