I was living in Rome when the Euro was introduced. I cursed the day, the Euro, and the inflation it caused, knowing well that it would bring nothing good.
Not long ago I read that Spain may be quietly printing their old peso again against the day.
I read now:
(Reuters) – Banks are quietly readying themselves to start trading a new Greek currency. Some banks never erased the drachma from their systems after Greece adopted the euro more than a decade ago and would be ready at the flick of a switch if its debt problems forced it to bring back national banknotes and coins.
When the financial systems and governments collapse in Europe, domino by domino, we had better be ready for the fall out.