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Get to Know Us. It oscillated between the two different registers of value like capitalist money between being a medium of exchange and a store of value. The protection of the monetary function of a medium of investment is dependent on securing its rapid accessibility, achieved by giving out credit.
Capitalist money is therefore both homogenizing and fragmentizing. The centralization of money creation e. Fragmenting the creation of money e. Regarding the objects of exchange, homogenization contains the danger of irrational overestimation e. Fragmentation, on the other hand, brings with it the problem of a confusing multiplicity of money-forms. This inhibits the participants of a monetary system from identifying the appropriate money-form and regularly causes the problem of an asymmetric distribution of information, which, for instance, can culminate in credit bubbles.
Comparable to the 17th century balance between pre- and para-colonial situation, the sociocultural perception of temporality in finance capitalism is characterized by the incomprehension of volatile amassments of gains and losses and simultaneously a longing for stable fixation and timeless standstill Sewell This contradiction has to be mediated by the materiality of money as the main form of value both in an iconic and indexical way Turner It is forced to oscillate eternally between spheres in which it has to create confidence and non-economic spheres that create confidence in it.
Both money and wampum are at heart political and mediate contradictions of a socioeconomic system whose perils cannot be resolved but merely sedated.
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Nevertheless both wampum and capitalistic money can only do so by containing within themselves the capability of eroding and subverting the system they emerge from. Money and wampum are both the glue which bridges normative gaps as well as the scissor that cuts the bridge. As Mauss writes in a short remark on the revolutionary potential of monetary manipulation: An Introduction to Melanesian Currencies. Agency, Identity, and Social Reproduction.
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