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This too, the fiat money created by this is restricted by how fast money can be spent, so it will grow gradually…

…and I’m not sure what you mean by that, because the instant we went off the gold standard, money became fiat money, and the only gradual was how long it took other currencies to follow, though admittedly it had been quietly in existence for quite some time prior.

Oh, and the inflation we have experienced in recent history is caused by manipulation and rent seeking, which can only be reduced by the increased competition enabled through the availability of sustainably priced credit to finance it… (note the lack of expected inflation from QE)

While this would be more of a concern with fiat unrestricted, that is why we restrict the fiat credit available to a per capita value, because we seek a stable level where there exists sufficient money for the sustenance of each, and familiar methods of control will still exist