Haha Money Printer Go Brrrrr

The memic response to irresponsible instances of monetary policy implementations, particularly quantitative easing.

Haha Money Printer Go Brrrrr is a phrase that humorously mimics a printer making copies of money. The origin of the phrase is the announced decision of the US government via the Federal Reserve to increase money supply to ease the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. This decision, parallel to the economic principle of quantitative easing, was not well received by expert economists, so a meme was created with the punchline, Haha Money Printer Go Brrrrr.

The memic phrase is no longer in popular usage. Nevertheless, it is used once in a while to describe seemingly irrational monetary policies, especially in the face of contemporary financial models such as the decentralization system of blockchain technologies.

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