So bits are like solid gold right?
That's like well over 3 million dollars worth right there, for apples.
I don't think any of us can afford to live in equestria.
Value is determined by how much the item in question is credited by the people using it. Gold only has value because of its scarcity and people believing that it has worth. Gold is probably less rare in Equestria, so the price of it is less than it would be on Earth.
>"Gosh Anon, I thought you said you were wealthy where you come from. You're barely above the poverty line with that income, maybe you should go back home."
>But I bet it's just chocolate wrapped in foil.
>Equestria's currency is chocolate
>they just wrap it up in gold tin foil to make it less messy
>yfw Pinkie is a greedy bitch with all the chocolate milk she takes in
Well I mean it explains how she pays for her parties.
Well, we can already alter matter in a sub atomic level to make whatever we desire artificially anyways.
The greedy cunts that are in charge just keep it all together so they stay in charge, but an utopia is literally a step from us now.
The only issue was lacking enough power, but I investigated about it and I found out that some scientist solved the energy issue by producing energy from the rotation of the Earth.
We have infinite energy, infinite matter and infinite resources for everybody and we don't even know it.
Are you seriously condoning leaving millions of people to die for the sake of one faggot becoming rich? Wow, this is a new low. You are sure of how many millions of people have died because of the lack of food, energy and water? just because of the greed of a few many. You really are a monster.
I don't condone it, I weep for the future and all that.
Just keeping it real. People disappear all the time even in the first world, and they've proven to not be above sending a message with a "suicide".
Also, actually, I don't blame the evil gubmint jews for doing what they do.
In the end they're both human and part of our collective inept madness.
Golden dollar coins are worth, well, a dollar despite being gold-colored though
It's valuable because it's more expensive to make than it is to dig up tonnes of Earth, transport, extract, refine, transport and handle by thousands of people.
Then it's valuable again because it is a key component of our high technology.
No, no. The US Dollar isn't backed by gold whatsoever, not since the 80s.
Gold is valuble...but the Dollar is only valuble because the government says it is. it's called fiat money.