This is a very interesting video about money from banks and how it could be done for charity. It’s not very popular on YouTube in terms of its ratings, but somehow the points made do make some sense.
During the financial crisis, the central banks of the United States, United Kingdom and Japan created $3.7 trillion in order to buy assets and encourage investors to do the same. Michael Metcalfe offers a shocking idea: could these same central banks print money to ensure they stay on track with their goals for global aid? Without risking inflation?