I am writing this with a heavy heart.
For I know a decision has been made to follow a dangerous script for civilization.
That script includes, among other things, what is known as the fourth industrial revolution with financialization on the blockchain (the distributed ledger).
That globalism script requires supercomputers, algorithmic platforms (algo or automated trading), “big data”, bots, smart cities, smart contracts, digital money, and every citizen digitally connected.
That script and advanced technologies are funded and managed by the globalists with their skilled technocrats.
What weighs on my heart is that so many individuals want to go down that path without removing the “money masters” and technocrats.
I call them the “money masters”, but you could call them the hidden hand, or the plague, or the Lucifer worshiping, human sacrificing, dark occultists, making worldwide policies for what is known as “governance”.
The influential hidden entities have many names.
According to the Bank For International Settlements (BIS – commonly referred to as the Central Bank of central banks) national cryptocurrencies are CBCCs (Central Bank Cryptocurrencies).
“New cryptocurrencies are emerging almost daily, and many interested parties are wondering whether central banks should issue their own versions. But what might central bank cryptocurrencies (CBCCs) look like and would they be useful? This feature provides a taxonomy of money that identifies two types of CBCC – retail and wholesale – and differentiates them from other forms of central bank money such as cash and reserves. It discusses the different characteristics of CBCCs and compares them with existing payment options.” –BIS
Central Banks Will Add Cryptocurrencies to Reserves, cryptovest.com writes:
“Central banks around the world will hold cryptocurrencies as part of their reserves, and several monetary authorities could issue their own cryptocurrencies in 2018, says Blockchain CEO Peter Smith.”
National Cryptocurrencies Announced:
Ecuador: Recall back in Feb 2015 it was widely reported that Ecuador was the first central bank to issue a digital currency as part of their newly adopted policy to dollarize their currency. Sistema de Dinero Electrónico (electronic money system), apparently is not a blockchain cryptocurrency, but was tied to the U.S. dollar as a experiment to help Ecuador’s economy and testing how a national cryptocurrency could work. Ecuador outlawed bitcoin and that effort was not entirely effective and revealed that Bitcoin continue to be purchased and sold illegally in Ecuador bypassing the new law.
As a test case Ecuador reveals much to central banks before the IMF begin international enforcement for blockchain regulations. I have said from the beginning that when the banksters are ready, they will throw the emergency switch, enforce the new policies and if bitcoin is deemed to be too competitive against the IMS on the blockchain they will remove Bitcoin entirely.
We are headed into an electronic currency regardless of what people say. Bitcoin will not survive, but it is useful to get people accustomed to a cashless society. -Martin Armstrong
I think it is important to note that Martin Armstrong was, as far as I am aware, the first to say Bitcoin is only there to get the world accustomed to the blockchain and will be terminated after the IMS issues national cryptos. The cashless society has been the globalists’ plan from the beginning and now the markets are getting acquainted and accustomed to it thanks to Bitcoin and the other cryptocurrencies. ~Ronmamita
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See trials for National Cryptocurrencies:
[Note, that the names are likely to change when adopted for enforcement.]
Which Countries Run National Cryptocurrencies? [December 6, 2017 by David Kariuki]
[@ronmamita Ed. I do not know all their sources but they detail the price and launched date of these national cryptocurrency trials and it is stunning to realize how much is happening worldwide that is not discussed on social, alternative, and independent media outlets! ]
Saudi, UAE Central Banks Team Up to Test Cryptocurrency …
The central banks of the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia are reportedly launching a pilot initiative that will see the two institutions test a new cryptocurrency for cross-border payments. Regional news sources such as The National and Gulf Digital News report that Mubarak Rashid al-Mansouri, the UAE central bank’s …
Russian Cryptocurrency Bill Is Ready – Regulators Share Details On the subject of Russia’s national cryptocurrency, the cryptoruble, “both the finance ministry and the central bank equally negatively assess the prospects for the creation and release of the national cryptocurrency,” the publication described. Moiseev said …
“The Venezuelan government has published a decree outlining the operation of Venezuela’s national cryptocurrency, the Petro. It details the government’s plans for the new currency, including its issuance, mining, and trading. In addition, the Petro will be backed by 5 billion barrels of crude oil.”
China‘s (PBoC) Cryptoyuan
A research unit established by the Bank of England (BoE) is investigating the introduction of a cryptocurrency linked to pounds sterling. The team involved … ” Like current financial infrastructure, a widely used [central bank digital currency] would likely be considered critical national infrastructure…
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I think there is a big difference between cryptocurrencies like the one Ecuador is issuing (tied to the US dollar) and those issued by Venezuela and Russia, which are backed by their own resources (oil, gold and other minerals). In my view the Venezuelan and Russian cryptocurrencies are form of sovereign money outside of the global banking system.
Ecuador’s digital currency is not technically a cryptocurrency but it is a test case revealing how a digital national currency with encryption functions in society.
The IMS financial/social engineers can learn a lot about how citizens react with Bitcoins illegal and their digital money.