Monetary Prepping; Survival Currency

A topic that is often overlooked is money, how do you prepare for a monetary collapse, what are the options, what is the history? This video is sort of a intro to monetary prepping/recovery, just some basics and some of the history, not so much in the how to prepare but more here are different options for trade after the crash, which a person needs to understand in order to prepare.
If you don’t care for a somewhat smug told you so set up skip to 09:30 or so for the real start of the presentation.
https://www.corbettreport.com/solutions-survival-currency/

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Ive wondered about this with the way with inflation is going to ruin the value of a dollar here soon. I really feel they are aiming to get us all in on e-currency and further the power banks have over people.

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The goal is a cashless society, and from there almost all control is theirs.

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Hence the need for alternatives our communities will accept. Barter will happen but to get real growth in a community there needs to be something to circulate.

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Guns and Ammo

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.22 LR, 9mm and small silver coins (like Liberty dimes).

Salt, seeds and fish hooks are traditionally useful as well.

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The link won’t open for me so I don’t know if this was included. I would think liquor or the ability to produce it would be in very high demand.

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Not sure it will be here long, the first link still works for me?

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More to chew on;

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Great ideas and post :+1: I always try to buy local which is not easy in a town of less than 3000, seems like half the stuff in the stores here are from Chins anyway, I see a lot of bare shelves still. Local farmers or green markets for what we can’t grow are always on the list as well. This is sometimes a good resource as well The Freecycle Network the barter system is pretty viable in this area I see no reason it should not be everywhere.

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Im starting to buy everything i can locally. Also trying to move away from grocery shopping at Wal Mart or Safeway but with a family of 4 sometimes that difference in price is too significant, when I did the math for two weeks of groceries it damn near doubled. During the summer its easier with farmers markets and our own garden though.

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