In this issue, Phantom Sentinel has decided to look into the economic powers of the world. We are into Day 21 of the beta, and major world players are beginning to distinguish themselves. To date, there are 30 playable nations in Dominacy. Of these 30, 5 have placed themselves on the top of the world as places of economic growth, job opportunities, and educational opportunities. But, before we get to those....
Slovakia is printing Money
A vote is going through the Slovakian Congress as we speak. This is the first time a nation is having to print money, and while the effects of printing has been widely discussed, nobody knows exactly how wide ranging the impact will be for sure. We reached out to Slovakian President Lazza, who proposed it for an interview, but, unfortunately, he did not respond to our message in time. This story will be updated if he does respond within a reasonable time. If not, we will be sure to include it in our next article.
Edit 19h31 est, 23h32 DST (Dominacy Standard Time)
Romania is printing Money
This is just in! Romania has just begun a vote to add 100,000 RON to their budget. Proposed by their Minster of Finances, Risky, we expect it to be passed without any opposition. Phantom Sentinel will be reaching out to key Romanian officials for more details.
Learning the economic mechanics of Dominacy has been like trying to put together a 1000 piece puzzle. For governments, there is a lot to pay attention to. Some have been successful, while others, not so much. Here are the 4 nations we would like to highlight for their economic successes:
As a reminder. This article is not meant to be an in depth article on the economies of each nation. To do that on 5 nations would make for an extremely long and potentially boring article. Each of these 5 nations has organized itself in a way to help lead them towards economic success. There are a couple of things to keep in mind as we continue forward. To start, Slovakia's addition of 100,000 SKK to their economy. Will that stimulate their economy or lead it to economic ruin? The UK's economy seems to have recovered after the turmoil of inter-party conflicts seemed to cease, publicly, at least. Is the recovery permanent, or is it simply a bubble waiting to burst? France has been struggling economically. Will they be able to recover? And finally, The U.S. has done well for itself during the Energy Crisis, but unfortunately, it's not quite over yet, as even yesterday, we saw the daily energy budget run out earlier in the day than usual. Can the U.S. government continue to successfully lead the most prosperous nation in the world to financial stability? Here at Phantom Sentinel, we believe they will.
Thanks for reading! Comment down below your thoughts on what you've read. If you'd like us to do an article on something/somebody, let us know! Most importantly, don't forget to subscribe! Remember, JOIN PHANTOM BLOOD!
This article includes a section restricted to subscribers. You can access the full article by subscribing now.Subscribe