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Chapter 92 Part 2 - The Founder of Great Financial Family

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Bishop Verkis frowned and replied.

Leaving that aside, why specifically the 2nd prince? There's the diligent 1st prince, and also the 3rd prince, who has a deep connection with the Lyon Guild. It would be better to support them instead."

"Those sides already have forces attached to them, so there's not much benefit we can expect. And the most important thing is that whoever it is, eventually the one we push will sit on the throne."

Upon hearing that, Bishop Verkis reluctantly opened his eyes.

As he nodded his head, it seemed as if he somewhat agreed.

In the meantime, Rockefeller's words continued.

"Currently, the 2nd prince is almost devoid of any support. Due to past wars with two families, he cannot hope for Ismail's support. If we approach the 2nd prince first and extend our hand, won't we have a lot to gain when he ascends the throne?"

"It's a gamble. That's a very dangerous gamble."

"Yes, your Grace. This is a gamble."

But this wasn't a gamble.

Because there was a protagonist in the novel, the winner of the crown war was almost predetermined.

"But if we can win that gamble, it's high risk, high return. Won't we also gain a lot? Especially since your Grace could greatly benefit from it."

At those words, Bishop Verkis showed a different reaction than before.

"Why do you think so?"

"I think you can probably guess how this can be beneficial to your Grace without me saying it."


Still, Bishop Verkis's expression remained displeased.

"It's difficult. It's a very difficult task. Not anyone else, but the 2nd prince. Tsk tsk."

However, Rockefeller's words had made Bishop Verkis stop questioning further.

Perhaps a miracle might happen for him, just as Rockefeller said.

'Yes, the greater the risk you take, the greater the rewards that follow.'

"You handle that yourself. I don't think I should keep arguing about it here."

Rockefeller bowed his head lightly.

"Thank you for your consideration."

Then, he raised his head and addressed everyone in the room.

"As such, I plan to support the completely unexpected 2nd prince, not the existing 1st or 3rd prince. This way, we can naturally reduce the threat from Ismail as well."

"What are you going to do about the Sinclair family, who has been helping us? They will ask for help with the 3rd prince."

Rockefeller was as sharp as a knife in response to that question.

"I plan to maintain the minimum level of loyalty."

"Will that work? They won't sit still."

"You seem to be misunderstanding something. From now on, we will take a different path. From today onwards, we shouldn't be looking at anyone's face."

"We don't have that kind of power."

"If we don't have it, we'll create it."

Rockefeller, who had finished speaking, took out a loan certificate from his pocket.

"I want to ask you all a question. Where do you think our power comes from?"

Answers came from all directions.


"Gold coins."

"You're asking the obvious."

Rockefeller shook his head at these words.

"You're all wrong. Our power will come from this in the future."

Everyone's eyes focused on the loan certificate Rockefeller was holding.

"That's not just an ordinary loan certificate."

"Do you plan to make everyone in the world indebted?"

"What are you thinking?"

Rockefeller smiled at them.

"This is no longer just a loan certificate. Of course, it is a loan certificate. But from now on, it will be a completely different concept."

"A different concept?"

"What concept?"

The following words were enough to shock everyone.

"Paper currency."

The term "paper currency" was unfamiliar, and everyone looked at each other's faces with expressions of incomprehension.

"Until now, the currency we knew was made of metal materials like gold coins and silver coins. But you all probably know this already. At some point, people have been using these gold storage certificates, or loan certificates that promise to return your gold coins someday, as money."

Rockefeller's words continued.

"And some of you have even secretly lent out non-existent gold coins and collected quite a bit of interest."

At this, several bankers coughed awkwardly.

It seemed they had their own tricks.

Rockefeller smiled as he glanced at them and continued.

"I am not trying to blame those who have fallen into moral decay. What I want to say here is that it's time for us to move on to a more advanced form. That is, paper currency."

It was still a concept that didn't quite hit home.

Most guild members wore bewildered expressions.

Of course, as Rockefeller said, loan certificates issued by banks were used as money in some places.

However, it wasn't used throughout the entire empire.

"From now on, we will become a different concept called a bank, a union of banks, and we will unify all the loan certificates that have been issued separately so far and create a completely new paper currency that will replace the Empire's Dallant."

The guild members were buzzing.

"The name of the currency that we will create anew and spread infinitely on this land is..."

Like the Federal Reserve, which appeared as a mere scam in the novel and deceived everyone as a national institution.

Rockefeller also devised a completely new paper currency that seemed to be based on the credit of goblins in order to deceive everyone in the world.

"It's Goblin Dollar. After all, Goblin's credit is better than ours."

Rockefeller didn't forget to say that.

"Perhaps the other factions will think that this paper currency comes from Goblin Bank. After all, it was named with that intention in mind."

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