The Great London Horse Manure Crisis of 1894

In the 1890s, the Industrial Revolution had people flocking to the city, and more people equals more horses, and more horses equals more manure. And it was predicted that by the middle of the next century, there would be nine feet of manure covering the streets. But what no one saw coming, was a new technology that would completely obliterate those concerns. The car. Over night, the manure problem vanished. And the Banking system, as we currently know it, is rife with identity theft, and inflation and hacking. So, it's manure, and we believe that, in success, an entirely de-centralized currency, will be just as significant as the car.

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