The collateral that backs decentralized virtual stable currencies consists of volatile virtual currencies. Their value as collateral, just as any other form of collateral, is endorsed by the market participants that, as Adam Smith would say, drive the “Hand of God” through supply and demand. Although collateral seems to be a necessity for paper money to have value, when the world of finance dared separate money and collateral into two distinct forms, they found quite the opposite. The value of money, it would seem, is more of a function to the flows within the currency market than it is the value of the underlying of the collateral or stocks of currencies (King, Osler, & Rime, 2011). Unhinged from their underlying collateral by the loosening of the Gold Standard, while also being tamed by prudent economic policies, fiat currencies with favorable exchange rates have led to the greatest economies ever seen.