Well sometimes a compromise simply does not work. There is one area where there can’t be a compromise.
The thing is you can’t have (in the long run) a “little” freedom or a “little” socialism. As soon as you start with interventions, there will be but one way: More interventions. So you start with a “little” socialism then you’ll end in a pure socialism. The current USA and Euro zone are exemplary.
Now there is one area which can not be “concealed”
It’s not possible to have them both in the long run. Either the people will drop the worse alternative (fiat-money) or they will get forced to drop the only real money. One could think about a market for this solutions, but it will end in the doom of one the alternatives. Because fiat-money always gets inflated, it will loose “value”. If people see that they will turn to money. The fiat-money will be the preference of states and governments and so there is but one alternative they will take: They will make money illegal and claim that fiat-money is the only mean of payment.
The choice between fiat-paper and money is the same as between socialism and freedom. You can not have both, in the long run.