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The War on Cash Is Still Good for Gold Prices

In a world where nothing larger than a $10 bill exists, hoarding cash would be highly impractical. As paper currency is phased out, gold prices will rise. Were cash eliminated and interest rates plunged underwater, gold’s role as a store of value would become even more apparent and demand for the yellow metal would turn red hot, despite its price appreciation.

The Escalating War on Cash and What It Means For Precious Metals

While bureaucrats can theoretically win the War on Cash because they have complete control over the issuance of paper money, they cannot win a war on bullion. Physical gold and silver is private and off-the-grid – a nightmare for regulators. The push to eliminate cash will inevitably push people into cash alternatives including physical precious metals.

The $100 Bill Could Be the Next Victim in the War on Cash

When banks implement negative rates, they literally charge customers to hold their money. You’re not likely to save money in the bank if it’s costing you to do so. Central planners believe this will motivate you to spend, thus stimulating the economy. But in order for this scheme to work, it has to be impossible for you to hide currency. That’s what the war on cash is really all about.

Marc Faber on Cashless Society Insanity & Why Wall Street Hates Gold

Basically, everybody – the media, the government and the financial sector – detests and hates gold because it’s honest. You cannot print it and double the supply of gold overnight. They want to move into cashless society so they can control you. If they introduce a cashless society, I think it’s going to be very likely that the government will try to take the gold away from you.

Changes On COMEX As Bankers Increase War On Cash & Gold

The Chase Bank in US advised its clients who rent safe deposit boxes there would be some policy changes. “Contents of box: You agree not to store any cash or coins other than those found to have a collectible value.” When Chase refers to “Coins” they mean gold and silver bullion coins. This has caused a new demand for storing cash & precious metals outside the banking industry.

The War On Cash: Why Now? What Does It Mean?

A war on cash means, governments are limiting the use of cash & a variety of official-mouthpiece economists are calling for the outright abolition of cash. Authorities are restricting the amount of cash that can be withdrawn from banks & limiting what can be purchased with cash. Who ultimately benefits by this war on cash? Government & central banks – pure and simple.

The War On Cash: Officially Sanctioned Theft

Why are governments suddenly declaring war on cash, the oldest officially issued form of money? Governments say – Physical cash has the potential to evade both taxes. The real Reason: Physical cash can evade officially sanctioned theft via bail-ins and negative interest rates. In short, physical cash is extremely difficult for governments to steal.

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