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3 examples of Seigniorage or Inflation. None involving supply chains, price gouging or Russia

When you stack gold or silver you are a threat to the government. How is that you ask? Government wants total control of money and total control of YOU!

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1. Seigniorage - a "convenient source of revenue for our government."

Seigniorage gives the government increased purchasing power at the expense of the public's purchasing power by imposing what is known as an inflation tax on the public.

2. The term ‘seigniorage’ comes from the Old French word ‘Seigneuriage’, meaning ‘right of the lord (seigneur) to mint money’. The word can also be spelled ‘seignorage’ or ‘seigneurage’. is the difference between the value of money and the cost to produce and distribute it.

3. Seigniorage is the difference between the face value of money, such as $10 bill or a quarter & the cost to produce it. The economic cost of producing a currency within a given economy or country is lower than actual exchange value, this profit goes to governments who mint the money.

Then it gets more complicated It's easier to understand by looking at the graphics above than below.