The End of Money and the Struggle for Financial Privacy

[Richard W. Rahn] æ The End of Money and the Struggle for Financial Privacy ↠ Read Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. The End of Money and the Struggle for Financial Privacy The full benefits of digital money will not be realized unless people are left free to move their financial assets around the globe in a private fashion.. Imagine a world in which: you make all of your purchases without ever handling currency - bills or coins - or even writing checks; most money is issued privately and digitally, rather than by governments; inflation is largely a relic of the past; you choose which transactions you wish to be on record and which you wish to be anonymous. This wo

The End of Money and the Struggle for Financial Privacy

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Rating : 4.86 (700 Votes)
Asin : 0963865420
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 224 Pages
Publish Date : 2017-07-26
Language : English

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The full benefits of digital money will not be realized unless people are left free to move their financial assets around the globe in a private fashion.. Imagine a world in which: you make all of your purchases without ever handling currency - bills or coins - or even writing checks; most money is issued privately and digitally, rather than by governments; inflation is largely a relic of the past; you choose which transactions you wish to be on record and which you wish to be anonymous. This world is not science fiction, but the world that increasing nu

This is the route to FREEDOM OK, so you have your guns, you've studied the law and you've got your gold and 10 years of food stashed.Guess what?It's not necessary. Not now. Not anymore.No violence, no protests, no writing your congressman.This is a revolution that is happening one person at a time, anonymously, securely, privately and instantaneously. Each individual volunt. Roy said Bold and Intriguing Forecasts. Rahn has made a bold attempt to predict the impact of technological and financial innovations on the economy and society in general. The technological developments are the Internet, electronic money, and freely available cryptographic software of a very high standard, specifically PGP. Other commentators have also speculated on the problems thes. David R. Burton said Serious & interestinganalysis of money and financial freedom. This book examines in depth and with clarity the implications of the electronic revolution on the institution of money. It shows how the electronic revolution is likely to make governmental attempts to monitor financial transactions less and less successful. It shows the tax system will have to adjust to compensate for the new electronic reality

Rahn, Senior Fellow of the Seattle-based Discovery Institute, is founder of the Novecon companies whose products range from advanced semiconductor substrates and devices to international financial services. and lives in Northern Virginia. Richard W. Dr. In addition to his business role and Discovery Institute position, he serves as an adjunct scholar of Cato Institute and an adjunct f

Mattingly, former US Senator and Ambassador. Manne, founder of the Law and Economics Center, and former Dean of George Mason University Law School"Richard Rahn persuasively argues how the coming digital money revolution will make lower tax rates and radical tax simplification inevitable." -- Jack Kemp, Co-Founder of Empower America"The End of Money is a call to arms to defend individual liberty. Get the latest dope, in plain language, on the world banking and currency crisis, the techniques and importance of "foreign" bank accounts, and how modern technolog

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