The collapse of the U.S. dollar will be accompanied by the further erosion of the fading G10 bloc countries and their economic power, preparing the way for an world which will eventually be completely changes in focus and power.
Even so, the U.S. dollar will fall the most of the currencies like the yen, euro, Swiss fran, British sterling, among others.
Some think the regional currencies of larger countries will be the new safety valve for smaller countries, while the U.S dollar will assume the role of Japan in "carry trade" status going forward. That's not a good thing.
While this was happening before the economic crisis, the crisis has actually temporarily hidden this reality, but when growth truly resumes, the growing disparity between emerging markets and old money will come to light even further as that chasm continues to grow.
The U.S. dollar is expected to be hit the hardest, and the misguided policies of the U.S government from administration to administration, culminating in the total lack of control of the Obama administration and the Federal Reserve, will only hasten the downfall and make it worse going forward.