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nabilnhd
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The Future of Money
How the digital revolution is transforming currencies and finance

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moasul
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Pickpick

A guide to a fiscal knowledge.
An awareness about the financial conduct.
Helpful in developing a mindset of investment and the pros included.

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Sharpeipup
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Everyone should read this!
#blameitonlitsy

Megabooks Truth! 🙌🏻🙌🏻 2mo
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AvidReaderandGeekGirl
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4 stars

Great narration and actually not boring!

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AngelBaby253
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By all of the wonderful reviews given, I was not expecting this book to have been written so long ago lol What I enjoyed most were the different stories about the people. While I agree that your mindset plays a big part in your success, I was honestly expecting more from this book. I will reread it again in the future to see if I get more from it.

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vlwelser
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I really liked this. It was super interesting. It's the history of finance basically. It's a little out of date because it only goes to 2008 when it was published. I'll stop geeking out now before you all get bored.

#BookSpinBingo @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 2mo
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Megabooks
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I‘ve always been interested in the made-up things (government, religion) that grease the wheels of human society, so I was fascinated by this book. Goldstein writes about how the belief in money as an abstract concept (paper, online banking) has jump started change and innovation. He goes back to early China and the Mongol Empire before settling in and tracing the trajectory of money from Industrial Revolution England to today.

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Megabooks I loved his armchair quarterbacking/Captain Hindsight views on past financial calamities. Truly. I learned so much from this book! 3mo
wanderinglynn I love Douglas Adam‘s quote about money in HHGTTG: “This planet has—or rather had—a problem, which was this: most of the people living on it were unhappy for pretty much of the time. Many solutions were suggested for this problem, but most of these were largely concerned with the movement of small green pieces of paper, which was odd because on the whole it wasn't the small green pieces of paper that were unhappy.” 3mo
Megabooks @wanderinglynn wonderful quote and so true! 3mo
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AmyG This sounds fascinating. 3mo
Megabooks @AmyG it was! 3mo
Cinfhen Love that @wanderinglynn 💚💚💚 3mo
Cinfhen Great review, Meg! 3mo
batsy Great review! I was thinking about the utter pointlessness of money & the destruction its wrought the other day because of some tweet involving bond repayments, roubles & dollars. And to think people are having to suffer or even die over it & how it's exchanged 😫 3mo
Megabooks @batsy thanks! Yeah, money is definitely crazy. 3mo
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jeannasser
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The obstacles you face in life are always supposed to make you stronger. Pain makes you a warrior. Use it to your advantage and face life with battle scars

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#ThinkPositiveBePositive

KateReadsYA I love this, so true! 3mo
Ast_Arslan Love this one 😍 3mo
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WJCintron LOVE it!! 💓 3mo
jeannasser @WJCintron me too! This is officially quote of the month 🥰 3mo
jeannasser @Ast_Arslan 🥰🙏🙏 3mo
Gissy Wise words! 🙌❤️❤️❤️ 3mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I totally agree with this!! 💗 3mo
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Kshakal
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1. I loved the concept of the penny doubled challenge
2. What the future brought for the characters

@BethM @JenReadsAlot @peaknit

#two4tuesday @TheSpineView

TheSpineView Thanks for playing! 🌞📚 3mo
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jb72
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Pickpick

Interesting and informative book. Definitely brought attention to finding ways to make money or at the beginning learning financial goals. The author is a bit abrupt, but sometimes we need that to open our eyes to finding a new and better way (in money and other areas of our lives).