It's amazing to think that we're merely two weeks away from the one-year anniversary of the M2 bankruptcy, after a year of [mostly losing] the battle for my life, fortune and sacred honor. But today, what remains of our team is back doing what we do best - creating value and profit by pushing forward decentralized commodity monetary systems. Towards the end of 2013, I decided that I'd be more effective a continent or so away from the drama. I needed some time to clear my head, take a step back, … [Read more...] about The end of the American Open Currency Standard?
After nearly a year-long hiatus, the Deluminati Coins return for a limited engagement. Visit the website today to learn the incredible stories behind these coins! … [Read more...] about Deluminati Coins – The Return
As recently reported on Zerohedge.com it is rumoured that Russia will not take kindly to the proposed U.S. sanctions. If Russia does in fact move to decrease it's dependency on the U.S., it could have a drastic effect on the dollar. As in times past, a weakened dollar could send prices of gold and silver through the proverbial roof. If the situation escalates, will we see an end to cheap gold and sliver? … [Read more...] about Are the days of cheap gold and silver numbered?
You can’t say “bomb” on an airplane, as Ben Stillerfound out the hard way in Meet the Parents. Apparently, you can’t say “Bitcoin” on your website, either, without eliciting the same hysterical reaction from the banking establishment. Presently, Mulligan Mint does not accept Bitcoin in exchange for any of its products. As an alternative currency, Bitcoin actually competes with the American Open Currency Standard. However, we do respect and admire Bitcoin and it’s community for taking a … [Read more...] about Just saying Bitcoin is like saying bomb on an airplane
By Andrew Turck Big Horn County News Nearly a thousand tribal members in colorful powwow regalia surrounded the arbor Friday night at Crow Fair, the largest gathering of Native Americans in the Northern Plains, as Chairman Darrin Old Coyote put a new economic currency to the test. The “scout,” by way of executive decision, is now the official mint of the Apsáalooke Nation. “As the great Creator guides us forward,” Old Coyote said to the crowd, “may this action help to ensure our prosperity for … [Read more...] about Big Horn County News: “Launching Scouts”…
Community currencies benefit the community as a whole on several levels, both social and economic. They foster a sense of pride of ownership in the community and encourage local cooperation. They protect individuals against inflation, meaning their accumulated wealth can help them realize their own dreams instead of being redistributed to politically-connected corporations. They even benefit community leaders, who benefit from the job-creating and other economic effects of establishing a local … [Read more...] about Community merchants benefit from community currencies