RMB will be allowed to float if we still have a fiat system. But some experts on money and economics see the US will be backed by a gold again in the next 5 years.
If this is the case, USD must has been crashed. My reason is this, the rest of the world is holding more than 40% or more of the USD, treasury. If USD is backed by gold again, all of the foreign country holding the dollars will exchange the worthless USD for gold.
Gold and silver have value. It has been money for thousands of years. Of course, value need to be determine by the free market. Example, if you are in the middle of a desert and dying of thirst, you will trade a ton of gold for a cup of water.
hehe, I have Jap yen ( cold cash ) and want to change them into Euro.
What would be the best way, bank or Berlin ?
Roughly how much? And how much would it cost you to get to the nearest branch or your bank vs getting to Berlin Exchange? For a few hundred Euros the saving from going to Berlin isn't likely to be much more than the cost of getting there.
100k, roughly thousand Euro, I was more curious about the rates and fees.
Travel costs to Berlin, (THE Berlin in HK, not Berlin in Germany, to be precise)
can be left out of the equation as I can combine it with other pleasures.
And is Berlin "trustable" ? I mean any prob. of getting fake notes ?