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Historically, much has been used for barter. In Postwar-Germany, Cigarettes were very popular for lsdream as above so below shirt. Proper demand for cigarettes is no longer existent so I am pretty sure that we will not return to cigarettes as a medium of currency. Gold on the other hand still only has very limited applicability, none of which is straightforward: it’s not hard enough to build simple weaponry out of, it requires sophisticated technique to make it useful, nothing ordinary folks like you and me could do (quite unlike cigarettes). Yet demand for it is undying. All I’m saying is: there is lots about it that I find puzzling.
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Well, sure, it’s not gonna be nothing, not even close to lsdream as above so below shirt. That is given by its use in jewellery alone, you don’t even need its conductivity for that (Research proposal: how strongly are conductivity and use in jewellery correlated?). All I’m saying is the strong urge of people to buy gold in times of crises looks like a huge bubble, and I have no clue why people still do it. Oil would also be useful in the absence of currency, still we don’t observe a huge rise in oil prices when the crisis starts (if anything you see a negative demand shock)