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MathematicianBulky40

Countries with an incredibly low GDP would drag the average value of the currency down.


nobodywilleverkno

Cause 1 us dollar is 20 pesos.


mck09008

Why don’t we just use apples as a form of currency


-_sus_-

Because they decay over time and you dont want your money to just become dirt over time.


cnnxn

Just like real currency?


-_sus_-

Well they do too,but not as fast.


Background-Chapter80

Because it would lead to an economic crisis


pbgod

Like the Euro?


Whiter-White

maybe, or USD.


finance_controller

Or Euro, maybe.


Sea_Syllabub_7545

Or perhaps, the usd


pbgod

the Euro is an international currency, most of the EU uses it, around 20 countries.


mxmnull

It mostly comes down to aggressive tribalism and disputes over national superiority. The fact that much of Europe was able to agree on a communal currency is fucking miraculous.


skwolf522

We do, it is energy. The more you create yourself the better. When you cant and have to buy it from other countries your currency falls. Look at euro and pound right now.


Have_A_Great_Month

Because not all counties want to give up their own monetary management ability


pontetorto

Its gold


Ordinarypanic

Would fight over what currency and the more involved the harder it is to organize.


arianleellewellyn

Wouldn't work unless every country was equally rich or poor


CoolIceCreamCone

People who are in charge of banking who live in a country where they'd have to have a new currency really don't want to give up their power


MentallyMusing

I think it's not only doable it would allow us to really straighten out who owes who what and hold the appropriate humans accountable for their own productivity that we find necessary to hold accountable AND it could be done by a group consisting of the entire World's Chosen Representatives for those particular announcements. We'd also finally have a good reason to announce flawless translation technology


tky_phoenix

Individual countries would have to give up their own ability to manage their currency. It also means you would have one interest rate. That’s a problem when different countries have different levels of creditworthiness. That’s already a problem in the EU. Countries like Greece have the same interest rate as for Germany. Imagine banks would have to give the same interest rate to all their customers… wouldn’t go well.


Dry_Fun_1935

Bitcoin could be it. It needs to be decentralized…