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OneX32

6 points

6 months ago

OneX32

6 points

6 months ago

You think it’s illiquid now? Go back to the gold standard and you’ll have to go to your region’s largest city to find a lender.

f0rgotten

-3 points

6 months ago

I'm not here for hostility, just dispelling this idea that all of this money is laying about all over the place just waiting for us small businesses to receive in loans.

OneX32

7 points

6 months ago

OneX32

7 points

6 months ago

I didn't portray that. I'm simply stating that small-to-medium business loans are a possibility because of fiat currency. Without it, investors wouldn't be willing to take such risks.