IMF hints at introduction of Global Digital Currency
Simon Dixon (co-founder of BnkToTheFuture.com and author of Bank To The Future Protect Your Future Before Governments Go Bust), holds an emergency broadcast as news just released about the IMF calling for Bretton Woods Monetary Renegotiation. This is exactly what Simon Dixon has been predicting all along.
The Bretton Woods Agreement was an international accord from 1944 that established a modern, global cooperative economic system, with gold-backed currency exchange markets ("gold standard"), and a central banking system to assist in currency flow around the world. This also marked the founding of the IMF itself, as an agency to bring stability to international circulation of capital and currencies. The Bretton Woods Agreement remained in effect until 1971, when President Richard Nixon replaced the gold-backed US Dollar with the fiat Dollar, and all other currencies were free to peg against the Dollar or any other backing entity EXCEPT gold; this is how the currency exchange system is structured to this day.
The original Bretton Woods Agreement was a critical juncture in economic history that would shape global finances for decade. So. when the IMF uses such language ("A New Bretton Woods Moment") to describe how they plan on implementing future monetary policy, it is bound to capture attention, particularly from folks who have been predicting the arrival of a world-wide, digitized currency, "One Cryptocurrency to Rule Them All"
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