How Our Agreements Can Bond Us Together as we Transition Through The Currency Chaos

Anna Margolis
6 min readApr 8, 2021
Weimar Germany during the Hyperinflation of 1922
Weimar Germany during the Hyperinflation of 1922

When I saw this video on a friend’s wall recently, it got me thinking….. What happens if I acknowledge this to be completely true?

What if the signal coming from Zach, who is a credible and relatively well received expert in the field of both living and dying natural systems, is an indicator of and invitation into, our individual and collective metamorphosis?

I’ve been paying particular attention lately to the Bitcoin landscape.

Its rapid acceleration in recent months has been compelling viewing, and even moreso with the added dimension of having skin in the game.

It’s become something that our team chooses to put our attention on, at least a little bit each day (including Diana and I), and is increasingly becoming part of my daily vernacular and how I’m /we’re sense-making in the world.

And it’s funny how it switches to the dollar appearing to be losing value fast when you’re focussed on Bitcoin as the stable store of value.

We’ve watched a couple of Robert Breedlove videos, who is a deeply convicted, razor sharp and exceptionally articulate Bitcoiner of my generation, and the ground he covers in his videos and his perspective have supported me to understand more about the nature and origins of the current fiat system, the status of inflation and the pitfalls of centralized governance.

If the information that Robert is sharing is correct, one example of which is that the amount of interest that is payable by the US to other nations on its national debt (and it’s just the repayable interest we’re talking about here from my understanding, not even the capital repayment) will surpass what the US collects in taxes by 2022. Things keep going that way for much longer and we’re talking a kind of national bankruptcy, that appears to be being attempted to be stemmed at the central levels by simply printing more money and creating more inflation and a devaluation on the dollar.

If that’s true, then it seems more likely than ever that we’ll experience an increasing sense of instability and rising discomfort by staying tied to a rapidly depreciating US dollar (or other fiat currencies ultimately for that matter).

Anna Margolis

As a former lawyer, Anna merges material world memories, tales of transformation and embodied experience in articulating the future of collaboration