That's why I said they a SIMILARLY divisible. You cannot say gold can't be divided down to say 0.1g, it's indisputable that it can. The theoretical limit of divisibility of gold is down to a single atom. It isn't as practicable as with Bitcoin and it's way more limited than it is with Bitcoin. But it is possible and that's all I was trying to say with the adjective similarly. If I was trying to claim there is no difference I would have used the adjective EQUALLY.
And to answer that other question, you're damn right if I had no other choice to buy some food and all I had was 50g gold bars I would have shaved one off a bit.
But my main point in mentioning the divisibility was that art and diamonds in comparison aren't at all. Meaning art and diamonds you either own them or you have to sell them while gold and bitcoins you can save the majority but only sell a small portion if you need to which spreads them around which is something the OP was arguing isn't happening because people are hoarding.
Now can we stop this on the level of the intelligence of a 9 year old discussion, pretty please?
Why so hostile. His point is it is hard to accurately divide, and you haven't countered that point. Yes, it is theoretically divisible to a single atom, but practically it is a pain in the ass to divide.