Entry Submitted Anonymously at 7:01 PM EST on November 10, 2016
I am having trouble with all the zeros that have been supposidly infused into the worlds currencies. These vast amounts may have a place in mathamatics, but not in currency valuation. The currencies have to be backed by something of value, so tell me what on earth can back 69 zeros. There is not enough gold, minerals, oil, etc... in the world to come close to covering this number of zeros.
Now, for the Zim being worth $34,000 per zim with no zeros off, is another troublesome valuation. If I got this value for a lone 100 trillion zim note, it would be worth 3.3 quintillion dollars. That would mean I would have enough money from this one bill, to give every person in the world, (7.4 billion), $446 million dollars. Or, I could give every Municipality in the United States, with a population of 1000 or more people (20,000), $165 Trillion dollars each. Now, apparently, that seems reasonable for some, but not for me.