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A crack-up boom is the total depreciation of a currency resulting from both a continuous rise in its supply and a fall in its demand.

Is it at least theoretically possible for such a process to exist for deflation, where a drop in the currency supply causes a rise in its demand, making its purchasing power skyrocket to the point where prices drop to 0 and no one wants to trade in the said currency anymore?

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