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The Sound Money Project Video Contest, 2012

Posted by Gonzalo Schwarz
February 22, 2012

DEADLINE EXTENDED to April 7th, 2012

 

Money shouldn’t just be Sound, it should be Seen.  Show us why Sound Money is important, and hear the wonderful sound of money in your pocket.

 

Rules:  The Sound Money Project Video Contest is open to any person or persons interested in producing a video focused on Sound Money principles. There is no required length for the video, but it is highly advisable to keep the submissions between 5 and 15 minutes long. The videos can be new videos or videos previously produced.

How to Submit:  Just post the video to YouTube and send us the link at [email protected]

 

Deadline: March 30th, 2012.

 

Viewership will be taken into consideration during the judging evaluations. We will consider viewership up until the deadline of March 30th.

 

Topic suggestions: The submissions do not have to be on any specific topic. Some of the subjects that may be covered are:

•Inflation, Price Inflation, Currency debasement and devaluation;

•Central Banking, it’s history and role/effects on the economy;

•Alternative Monetary Regimes, e.g., Gold Standard(s), Free Banking, etc.

Possible questions to answer (these are merely suggestions):

•“How has inflation eroded our standard of living?”

•“What is the relationship between government fiat money and war?”

•“What is the history of Central Banking, and how does it affect the economy?”

•“Why is Sound Money the most important tool for limiting the growth of government?”

 

 

Prizes: 1st place: $1,500

2nd place: $ 750

Honorable Mention: $ 250

 

For more information please contact us at:

[email protected]

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