Follow the link below to watch the full video from this panel and the rest of this year’s Monetary Conference:
CATO’S 32ND ANNUAL MONETARY CONFERENCE —brings leading scholars together and advocates for fundamental monetary reform to discuss:
- The bitcoin revolution and future of crypto-currencies
- How technology will drive further innovations so that private currencies become a reality
- The role of gold in a decentralized monetary regime
- The steps necessary to return to constitutional money based on the convertibility principle and free banking
When the Federal Reserve was created in 1913, its powers were limited and the United States was still on the gold standard. Today the Fed has virtually unlimited power and the dollar has no backing. Limited, constitutional government requires a rules based, free-market monetary system with a stable-valued dollar, not the topsy-turvy fiat dollar that now exists under central banking. This conference examines the case for sound money and the reforms needed to realize it.
Video produced by Blair Gwaltney and Theresa Terrible.