Saturday, November 26, 2022

Crypto 9/11 is now under way… a “controlled demolition” event to usher in HEAVY regulation

by Mike Adams, Natural News:

9/11 was a catastrophic event that, in many ways, was allowed to take place in order to justify the expansion of the Patriot Act which legalized intelligence community spying on the American people. It also set off decades of expansion of the U.S. police state that has since morphed from a “war on terror” to a war on the American people. This was always the plan, of course. 9/11 was allowed to take place so that public outrage would accompany legislative and executive efforts to enslave the American people under a surveillance state.

NEW – Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum has scrubbed the page about the FTX crypto exchange from its website.

FTX Founder Spent $40 Million As Democrat Midterm Megadonor

by Paul Joseph Watson, Summit News:

Leading up to Sam Bankman-Fried’s spectacular implosion – in which his firm FTX evaporated billions in wealth after the now-bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange allegedly commingled client assets with his trading firm into a liquidity crunch – he became the sixth-largest donor in this year’s midterm election cycle, giving some $40 million to mostly Democratic candidates and causes.

All The World’s A Stage: Let The Next Gen Social Engineering Show Begin!

from DollarVigilante:


‘They Will Torture Me to Death’: Crypto Pioneer ‘Drowns’ Hours After Tweet on Discovering CIA Pedo Ring

by Matt Agorist, The Free Thought Project:

“CIA and Mossad and pedo elite are running some kind of sex trafficking entrapment blackmail ring out of Puerto Rico”

Puerto Rico — “CIA and Mossad and pedo elite are running some kind of sex trafficking entrapment blackmail ring out of Puerto Rico and Caribbean islands. They are going to frame me with a laptop planted by my ex gf who was a spy. They will torture me to death.” These were the last words put on the internet by Nikolai Mushegian, the co-founder of the highly successful cryptocurrency lending platform MakerDAO and a major player in the cryptocurrency community.

Another Big CBDC Flop… Here’s What Really Comes Next (Hint: It’s Not What the Elites Hoped For)

by Nick Giambruno, International Man:

Last year, Nigeria launched its much-ballyhooed eNaira, Africa’s first central bank digital currency (CBDC).

Central bankers, academics, politicians, and an assortment of elites from over 100 countries hoping to launch their own CBDCs have closely followed the eNaira.

They used Nigeria—Africa’s largest country by population and size of its economy—as a Petri dish to test their nefarious plans to use CBDCs to enslave the people of North America, Europe, and beyond.

WEF launches digital currency project to ‘reward’ climate action

by Keean Bexte, The Counter Signal:

The coalition includes 30 different groups and institutions merged to investigate how to leverage Web3 tech like cryptocurrencies and blockchain to help the world become carbon neutral.

“An important and unique aspect of Web3 is that it uses technology to support and reward direct community engagement and action,” said WEF head of digital assets Brynly Llyr.

The coalition will examine how to add “carbon credits” to the blockchain. Partners include Accenture, the Crypto Council for Innovation, Rainforest Partnership, the Sustainable Bitcoin Standard, Zero Labs and others.

How Many Bitcoins Are Irretrievably Lost, and What Does that Mean?

by Mish Shedlock, Mish Talk:

Let’s discuss the role and meaning of lost Bitcoins on future price actions.

How Many Bitcoins Will There Be?

The maximum number of Bitcoins is 21 million. But if 30 percent of them are lost the actual available supply of usable Bitcoins is 21 – (.3 * 21) = 14.7 million.

The Ministry of Finance and the Central Bank as a whole agreed on a draft law on cross-border settlements in cryptocurrency

from TASS:

The document “as a whole writes out how you can buy cryptocurrency, what you can do with it, and how you can or cannot make cross-border payments,” said Alexei Moiseev, Deputy Minister of Finance.

KAZAN, September 22. /TASS/. The Ministry of Finance and the Bank of Russia as a whole agreed on a bill regulating cross-border payments in cryptocurrency.

Biden Regime Wants More Regulations on Cryptocurrencies

by Shane Trejo, Big League Politics:

On September 16, 2022, the Biden regime announced that  agencies of the United States government must crank up the pressure on the cryptocurrency sector.

The Biden regime wants agencies to identify holes in cryptocurrency regulation and strengthen “digital asset sector enforcement”, per a Reuters report.

Bank of Russia agrees to legalize crypto for cross-border payments

from Strange Sounds:

Historically opposed to the idea of using crypto as a payment method, the Bank of Russia has reportedly agreed to allow cross-border payments in crypto due to geopolitical changes.

The Russian central bank has been rethinking the approach to regulating crypto and agreed with the finance ministry to legalize crypto for cross-border payments, the local news agency TASS reported on Monday.

Deputy finance minister Alexei Moiseev reportedly said that the Bank of Russia and the finance ministry expect to legitimize cross-border payments in crypto soon.

Coinbase Crackdown

by Martin Armstrong, Armstrong Economics:

Comment: I use Coinbase to hold some crypto. They sent me an email saying that my account that I had for years would be limited to withdrawals only if I do not give them updated government ID and download the latest version of the application. I use this on my PC and do not have the application. I worry they’ll take what is left of my failing cryptos. Luckily I only put “play money” into these holdings but I imagine others will experience losses and frozen accounts in the near future. The deadline they gave me was October – not sure if that is for all. I messaged out to Coinbase for help updating my account but cannot fully verify it after many tries.

Canada to review the “risks” of cryptocurrencies after Freedom Convoy protesters subverted crackdown

by Cindy Harper, Reclaim The Net:

The review will take two years.

After freezing bank accounts during the Freedom Convoy protests earlier this year, citizens in Canada began to use cryptocurrency to support the civil liberties protests.

This week, Canada’s Department of Finance launched a review called the Financial Sector Legislative Review On The Digitalization of Money. The purpose of the review is to assess the risks to “monetary sovereignty” posed by cryptocurrencies and other digital assets.