I see this as valuable knowledge for prepping. If/when the economy tanks. Large stockpiles of cash may become virtually useless. This isn't pie in the sky fantasy. It is real world, real time. https://www.wral.com/swamped-in-inflation-venezuela-will-cut-five-zeros-from-currency/17774600/ Excerpt; The tactics have left Venezuelans like Yosmar Nowak, the owner of a coffee shop in Caracas, convinced that there is no solution in sight and that the government cannot even bring down the price of a cup of coffee, an eye-watering 2 million bolivars. Just food for thought. It may pay to think about bartering. Consumables like coffee, candles, food, will all retain value, even if currency does not. I don't see this in our short term future. But I have been studying Venezuela for about five years now. It was a slow slide to get where they are now. It will be an ever slower path to recovery.