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What is Numismatic Collections?

Numismatic Collections is a Proof of Work/Proof of Stake cryptocurrency created to facilitate the investment in antique coins for users in Japan.

Genesis Date: 0001-01-01

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Milton Friedman Speaks - Myths That Conceal Reality
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Five myths cloud our perception of both the past and the present. (1) The "robber baron" myth, which holds that in late nineteenth-century America there were ....

  • Great listen. Smart man.
  • Brilliant
  • His views although having some truth are nearly all very biased mis-truths of a very narrow perspective. Very misleading. Of course it is us that pays for everything. No matter if it's socialism or complete free enterprise. The trick is to streamline all waste and the middle men. We still have to pay but only what we should. I can't believe people love paying those skyrocketing health premiums caused by insurance companies and rich doctors and that perpetuate obesity and bad health by promising a fix for everything over a government run RIGHT program. Economics is a very intertwined subject to talk about there is no single answers to it at all. Everything is a system of compromises and should and could be worked out to a equitable balance. Good he brings up a lot of interesting points but what he leaves out pretty much makes his talk a series of false supposititions..
  • Friedman believes in the greatest myth of all: that the government always gets it wrong and the less of it the better. I wonder what he would say about China. I like his analysis of USA in the 70s though.
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