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  • No, social media does not add value to money.

    I do not find the correlation between social media and adding value to money. I find it hard to believe that social media would actually add value in United States currency. People using social media at an alarming rate should not have much effect on how much value there is in the dollar.

  • It does not.

    Social media does not add value to money. Social media does almost nothing for people or anything else, and most certainly does not add value to money. If anything, social media site decrease the value of money, because people are pending it on stupid games instead of things they need.

  • No, it is the people who add value.

    No, social media does not add value to money, because it is deflation that adds value to money. Social media is valuable because it attracts an audience. There is nothing inherent about social media that makes money more valuable. Rather, it is economic systems and stability that make the value of money inflate and deflate.

  • Inflation, Deflation Add Value to Money

    Social media doesn't add value to money. Inflation, deflation and currency exchange rates add value to money. Social media is a great way to communicate with each other as it saves time and save money from having to send written letters through the mail. Social media isn't a national bank that can regulate the amount of currency in circulation.

  • Social Media Doesn't Add Value to Money

    It doesn't make sense to say that social media adds value to money. However, social media sites are worth a lot of money on their own. These sites are often valued around a billion dollars or more, and the larger sites are worth far more than that. Still, social media doesn't make our money any more valuable.


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