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If millennials and the Internet savvy around the world simply run the math, it's clear that fiat serves no one aside from the people who create it and their friends, whereas Bitcoin and gold (and silver) are mathematically rare forms of "commodity money" easy for disparate communities and cultures to adopt en masse... as has been done in the past! Commodity money (usually Gold) has been used successfully for thousands of years; big government fiat money has been used, disastrously and often unfairly, for 45 years. Which "tokens" will endure?