This week on Good, Bad, or Bull$#*! Beau, Michael, and Crofton discuss the pros and cons of converting our concept of currency as a tangible note based on guaranteed value backed my a nations wealth and into computationally certifiable tokens used for trade of good and services. Is leveraging the power of computers to improve our approach to currency a benefit for mankind, or is this is system of currency, while arguably having the potential for convenience, over-reliant on obtuse technical knowledge and systems only a relative few really understand?
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