Archaeologists found that cavemen didn’t use money

Archaeologists find out that cavemen probably developed the wheel without any financial support and without asking for a credit. This model, economists say, is the kind of nonsense that will unfold the boom in cryptocoins like Coinless.

Invented during the late neolithic era, the wheel changed the way we communicate and move from land to land. It’s innovative circular shape, capable of rotating without deforming on different types of surface, not only worked for vehicles but also helped improving the pottery industry of it’s time. “While all these facts are needed to fill out this page, one thing that wasn’t needed back then was money”, Archaeologists say.

This non-financial model of production, archaeologists say, evolved into a financial production system, to finally become a non-productive financial system. Such step forward into nothingness pours your money into the pockets of bankers and speculators without receiving in change any product or service. Economists believe this evolution is natural and that naturally money will also get independence from the financial system.

“Before…”, says archaeologist Mikhail Stratov, “…humanity didn’t use money to develop and make substantial changes to their quality of life. Now we have too many things, but what the people are missing is money, at a moment when money by itself is more valuable than the things you can buy with it. It is evident that just as the cavemen developed painting and basic tools, without the use of money or without asking for credits or loans, 21st century humans must find a way of producing money without the value of products, and with no base but their own whim”.

Cavemen, have concluded the scientists, paved the way to the natural separation between commodities and money, production and finance. “It is natural now that a currency like Coinless, absolutely independent and separated of the productive system, becomes the golden standard for speculative decentralization”.