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@grossefreiheitt: Degussa Chefvolkswirt Polleit: Bitcoin, Futures, EZB Geldmanipulation und Target2

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Degussa Chefvolkswirt Polleit: Bitcoin, Futures, EZB Geldmanipulation und Target2

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Good Money, Bad Money—And How Bitcoin Fits In: Thorsten Polleit

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Degussa's Chief Economist Dr. Thorsten Polleit (Iconic German gold bar manufacturer) having a positive stance for Bitcoin in their latest Market Report dated 22.Nov 2013 welcoming it as a new competitor to the currency market.

http://news.degussa-goldhandel.de/newslette62EF77FR39.pdf
If you don't know what Degussa is: http://www.goldbarsworldwide.com/PDF/HB_4_Degussa.pdf
Unfortunately only available in German, so bear with me while I try to translate the important bits:
It basically gives a short overview about Bitcoin, how it works and becomes value, what the benefit is, how it compares, what its risks are that it faces, challenges that it needs to overcome and the opportunities, it's written fairly neutral, not taking any bias, yes, it even gets fairly positive on Bitcoin, pointing out that through the formation of Bitcoin a new form of currency competition might arise, welcoming it to society as a constructive development due to two factors
1) Competition of currency types, which enforces pressure on stricter currency discipline, indicating that central banks should become more concerned about "better money", implying that through competition, it would become more difficult to increase FIAT money quantity and hence decrease FIAT money value. Stating that if ignored, demand for FIAT money could most likely decrease, due to losing its market ability.
2) Competition among currencies would not only increase traction for Bitcoins but would also also strengthen other types of money, as precious metals like Gold.
He then continues to speculate that in future depositories for precious metals could offer custodian and payment services, by securitizing precious metal deposits utilizing vouchers as money substitutes, he also muses about the ability to dispose about precious metal deposits through internet payments, creating some form of digital gold-currency.
He is also indicating that in a totally free market, it could be possible that the relative attractiveness of Bitcoin vs. gold and silver could actually decrease over time, saying that a digital currency based on precious metal that you can utilize freely without limitations, which is secured against governmental policies could even have important advantages over Bitcoin, solely on the physical properties of gold.
he concludes that regardless what comes to fruition, the competition through Bitcoin is a trusted and desirable process in order to get back to good money, determined through demand from the market.
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Prof. Dr. Polleit: Future Money System could be mixture of competing private currencies incl. Gold and Bitcoin

German Interview, go to 9:15 min:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lbcm1_D-Hz8
Professor Dr. Thorsten Polleit from Degussa Goldhandel is pleading for an end of today's monopoly of money and says that with a future free competition of currencies we don't know today what will be the final outcome, and it could be that gold, silver or even bitcoin, or a combination of a small number of different means of exchange of value, would fulfill the role of money.
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Prof. Dr. Thorsten Polleit Wider das staatliche Geldmonopol: Mit Thorsten Polleit im Gespräch (Herrengedeck 57) Bitcoins: Konkurrenz für etablierte Währungen?

Dies betonte Polleit erst vor wenigen Wochen auf Einladung in einer englischen Rede auf der internationalen Bitcoin-Konferenz „Unchain Bitcoin and Blockchain Convention“ in Frankfurt am Main. Wir hatten die Gelegenheit mit Throsten Polleit über Bitcoin, die finanzpolitische Entwicklung und die Zukunft des Geldes zu sprechen. Faktenreiches und transparentes Gespräch mit Dr. Thorsten Polleit über die wahren verwurzelten Ursachen unserer globalen Krisen, Leiden und Symptome im Rahmen der Hayek-Tage2019 in Wien: das in Kollusion mit den Regierungen obsessiv kontrollierte Zentralbanken-Fiat-Geld-System. "Thorsten Polleit kritisiert das ungedeckte Geldsystem (Fiat-Geldsystem), das ökonomisch und ethisch defekt ist. Polleit: Ja, Papiergeld lässt sich beliebig vermehren. Gold oder der Bitcoin nicht. Deswegen sind in der Vergangenheit Papiergeldsysteme immer gescheitert, wenn sie keine Golddeckung hatten. Gold ... Die Zahl der Bitcoin-Anhänger wächst. Aber kann Bitcoin überhaupt zu einem allgemein akzeptieren Tauschmittel werden? Zumindest geldtheoretisch steht dem nichts im Wege.

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Prof. Dr. Thorsten Polleit "Blockchain Disruption, Möglichkeiten für digitales Goldgeld

Good Money, bad money – and how Bitcoin fits in Prof. Dr. Thorsten Polleit - Duration: 24:12. Value of Bitcoin 839 views. 24:12. DW - Deutsche Welle Live TV (Deutsch) DW Deutsch 135 watching ... Geld, Gold und Bitcoin - Vortrag von Thorsten Polleit - Duration: 44:29. misesde 1,460 views. 44:29. Jeffrey Epstein: The Game of the Global Elite [Full Investigative Documentary] - Duration: 56 ... Bitcoins haben in der letzten Zeit an Bekanntheit und Wert zugelegt. Doch reicht das aus, um den etablierten Währungen Konkurrenz zu machen? Oder droht hier ...

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