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Through their partnership, Mulligan Mint and the Free Lakota Bank have produced a secure, tangible, voluntary, alternative currency for the Lakota Nation in South Dakota.
The Lakota Indian Nation recognized that fiat currency was being used as a tool by the government to manipulate wealth and enforce servitude; with the help of the American Open Currency Standard and Sovereign Economics, they declared their sovereignty and economic independence by forming the Free Lakota Bank. Founded in 2008, The Free Lakota Bank is the first bank on record to offer commodity banking- issuing, circulating and depositing silver bullion currencies.
Mulligan Mint worked closely with the Free Lakota nation to design a medallion that could be used as a national currency. The finished product- Lakota Currency- is available in one ounce increments of copper, silver and gold, and can be used for private trade within the Lakota nation, as well as authorized global sales and exchange of the currency.
By creating an independent monetary policy, the Lakota Nation has taken a necessary step towards becoming a sovereign nation. People all over the world purchase Lakota currency because they know that these medallions represent more than just the freedom claimed by the Lakota people—they represent the re-birth of a sound monetary policy that frees us all from being slaves of debt.
We will be officially retiring the Crazy Horse design on December 31st, 2013 in order to make way with the Lakota Nation currency.