Money Monday with USA 1st Sec of Treasury

impersonated by Scott Mac Scott


Join us in this amazing opportunity to talk to one of America’s greatest Founding Fathers.

Each Monday at 8pm EST(COT) America’s first Secretary of the Treasury (the man on the $10 bill) talks about money, past and present.

Now more than ever, society can benefit from understanding the nature and value of money directly from the man that created the monetary system of the United States. Bitcoin, stable coins, fiat currency and the Fed’s new cryptocurrency are again changing the nature of money. Learn from the past in order to benefit in the future.

Alexander Hamilton was a poor illegitimate that immigrated to the colony of New York just before the War for Independence and rose to prominence through his bravery and intelligence but lost it all in a duel of honor. Mr. Hamilton was a lawyer that helped shape the separation of the American legal system from the long established British system. His contributions in the Federalist Papers helped convince New Yorkers and others to ratify the US Constitution creating a more perfect Union which continues to serve as an example of Democracy to the world. Most importantly, as America's first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton created the monetary system that fueled America to become the world’s largest economy.

Today the US dollar continues to serve as a world currency for most of the largest markets of goods, commodities and securities.

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