Question: “How are you going to control inflation when large sums of money come into a country if you’re not going to float your currency?”

In answer to Kaperoni … According to the C.B.I People that have Dinar all over the world will bring it to there local banks and exchange it to their country’s currency (they have 2 years to turn it in). Their Local Banks will sell it to their country’s Central Banks and they can hold it up to 10 years. From there the C.B.I. can call in the bills as they need them OR the Central Bank that is holding the bills can can exchange them at their leisure depending on the rate if it is up or down. AND before you get all bent out of shape…ALL Currencies around the world go up and down on a daily basis and NONE of them are on a FLOAT and remember the C.B.I. said NO FLOAT. I hope this helps you.