BRICS nations consider creating a new global reserve currency to challenge the US dollar's supremacy.

The US dollar became the world's principal reserve currency after World War II.

Decoupling from gold in 1971 marked the dollar's transition to fiat money.

The petrodollar system secured US dollar primacy, but signs of de-dollarisation emerge.

Saudi Arabia and Russia's military cooperation signals a shift in dollar dependence.

Saudi Arabia announces openness to trading in currencies other than the US dollar.

BRICS nations discuss creating an "international reserve currency" backed by gold.

Central banks stockpile gold reserves, preparing for the new currency's introduction.

As BRICS nations account for a substantial share of global GDP, the US's hegemony faces challenges.

The trend of de-dollarisation may lead to a shift in the world order, with the rise of BRICS' influence.