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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

The future of funding companies could shift from stock and IPO's to crowdfunding and cryptocurrency token ICO's

With the blockchain suddenly becoming much more than simply a platform able to run the over 700 different cryptocurrencies, there is growing talk that the technology may also be the catalyst to replace how companies receive funding in the future.

Today most startup companies rely upon venture capitalists and brokers to grow to the point where they can apply for an Initial Public Offering (IPO) on a given market exchange.  And in exchange for cash, investors receive stock shares in that company.

But a few recent events are providing a conduit for businesses that may no longer require stock exchanges at all to receive capital, and the rewards to investors may come in the way of cryptocurrency tokens rather than in the old form of shares and stock certificates.

Ever since Bitcoin first appeared on the scene several years ago, fans of the cryptocurrency have been searching for a way to apply the idea that might capture the public imagination and broaden the use of the technology beyond just geeks and programmers. 
Now, some believe that application has appeared with the rise of the "token" economy, in which companies or startup ventures fund their operations by handing out units of cryptocurrencies. Some companies have even done what are known as "initial coin offerings" or ICOs, in which they distribute tokens instead of shares to investors. 
The cryptocurrency market is seen by some as a bubble with hugely inflated prices. Some observers say bitcoin and other similar ventures are similar to Linux, an open-source alternative to Microsoft's Windows operating system that has never really achieved mainstream success. 
But entrepreneur and investor Balaji Srinivasan, a partner at Silicon Valley venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, believes that token-based systems "may eventually create and capture more value than the last generation of Internet companies." - Fortune
Ironically it may have been actions taken by the banks themselves following the 2008 finance crisis that could see the demise of the traditional way in which companies receive capital to expand and grow.  This is because most commercial banks have shut off lending to small businesses and projects that would have otherwise been their bread and butter in the past, and this has led to the creation of capital sourcing through mechanisms such as Crowdfunding over the past eight years.

With the advent of Initial Coin Offerings (ICO's) being used in place of Initial Public Offerings (IPO's) to fund new enterprises, markets could be seeing the beginning of a new paradigm shift, where stocks no longer hold the same value as they did in the past, and where cryptocurrency tokens replace them as the asset for short and long-term investment.

Saturday, May 20, 2017

ZenGold is the newest gold backed crypto-currency to hit the markets as ICO set for May 26

Last week the nation of Dubai announced the creation of a blockchain based crypto-currency that would be backed by physical gold, and would be compliant with the new dictates of Sharia law finance.  And this gold-backed crypto-currency idea was quickly followed by a plan between the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) to do the same with physical gold backed by the UK Royal Mint.

Now a third company is seeking to get off the ground by creating a new gold-backed crypto through an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) on May 26.

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ZenGold, a project developed on Metaverse Blockchain, announces its ICO campaign on Friday, May 26, 2017 3:00 PM (GMT+8). 
ZenGold aims to create crypto assets that are backed by physical gold in order to enable investors to instantly buy and transfer even a very small fraction of gold anywhere in the world while having pertinent asset information securely stored onto an unalterable Metaverse Blockchain. 
The ICO will last for 15 days. The closing date is Friday, June 9, 2017 3:00 PM (GMT+8). The total number of 63.000.000 ZGC tokens will be distributed within the campaign (if the set sum is achieved before the closing date, the campaign will end before June 9). 
BTC, ETH, ETC and ETP will be accepted during ICO campaign. The “Early bird” bonuses (up to 20%) will be announced by ZenGold for those contributing at the early stages of ICO. 
ZGC tokens will enable its holders to use gold as an effective payment mechanism and credit system while benefiting from the transactional functionalities of Blockchain technology. The gold-backed tokens will be minted into existence only by the purchase of an actual gold. Thus 1 ZGC token will always represent the ownership of 1 gram of the physical gold securely stored in Shanghai Gold Exchange. The developing team has set its sights on establishing ZGC token as a better alternative to the traditional form of storing value and making a strong case for reshaping the financial service industry in the future. 
By providing efficient governance and security strategy as well as clear business vision, ZenGold invites the investors to become early holders of ZGC tokens. Those interested can invest via three different channels: 
www.zengold.org(accepting payments in BTC, ETP and ETH).
www.ico365.com(accepting payments in BTC and ETH).
www.btc9.com/ico(accepting payments in BTC). - Coin Telegraph

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Palestine could create a sovereign crypto-currency to help break away from Israeli hegemony

As countries like Japan and Australia rush to embrace crypto-currencies like Bitcoin into their economic and monetary systems, one nation that has lived in poverty and in the shadows of a strong economic power is looking at creating their own sovereign crypto-currency as a means to break away from Israel's hegemony over them.

The Palestinian government, and in particular their Monetary Authority, on May 12 announced that they are looking at a Bitcoin type solution to function as their primary currency for the future.

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Palestinian officials are planning for the territory to have its own digital-only currency within five years, a move designed to safeguard against potential Israeli interference, the head of the Palestine Monetary Authority (PMA) told Reuters. 
Palestinians have no currency of their own and use the euro, U.S. dollar, Israeli shekel and Jordanian dinar in their daily lives. 
But with limited control over money supply and ultimately, inflation, authorities are mulling a bitcoin-style solution, Azzam Shawwa said. 
"That is something we would like to see," Shawwa said. "It will be called the Palestinian pound." 
Shawwa spoke to Reuters on the sidelines of the annual meeting in Cyprus of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. The EBRD said during the meeting it would start investing in the West Bank and Gaza via donations 
The PMA says on its website that it aimed to become a "full-fledged and modern central bank" for an independent Palestine. 
But it is unclear how the planned e-pound would skirt the 1994 Paris Protocol agreement which gave the PMA the functions of a central bank but without the ability to issue currency. The protocol recommended the use of the shekel and gave Israel an effective veto over a Palestinian currency. 
There are practical reason why Palestinians might consider a digital currency. The authority has no money-printing facilities of its own so all cash and coins currently come in from elsewhere. 
"If we print currency, to get it into the country you would always need clearance from the Israelis and that could be an obstacle," Shawwa said. "So that is why we don't want to go into it." - Reuters

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Did the CME ditch the London Gold Fix to instead start its own gold blockchain trading platform?

About a month ago, the CME Group along with Thompson-Reuters ended their contract early with the LBMA in which they ran the daily benchmark auctions to fix gold prices in the Western markets.  And while there has been speculation as to why they chose to summarily leave their five year contract with the LBMA two years early, there have been few evidenced reasons for their cutting ties with the daily gold fix.

Until now?

On April 12 the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME Group) announced they were in the final stages of testing for a new gold trading platform that will run using Blockchain technology, and will open up the buying and selling of paper (digital) gold that is reportedly backstopped using physical gold from the British Royal Mint.

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Model using Digital Gold Tokens in lieu of physical gold
Pretty soon, pension funds and other institutional traders will be able to buy and sell gold using a trading platform inspired by the digital currency bitcoin. 
U.S. futures and options exchange CME Group announced on Tuesday that it is in the final stages of testing a platform for spot gold that’s based on the blockchain, the pioneering distributed-ledger technology that powers the bitcoin network.
CME built the platform in partnership with the U.K. Royal Mint, which has helped supply $1 billion in gold bullion to back transactions executed on the network, and blockchain company AlphaPoint. 
The platform isn’t expected to launch until later this year, according to news releases from the CME Group and AlphaPoint. 
Physical gold will be represented on the platform by tokens called RMGs—short for Royal Mint Gold. The platform is the first digital gold product targeted at institutional investors, and its also the first to work with a government entity, according to the releases. - Marketwatch

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Major bond settlement house seeks to have gold trading on the blockchain by the end of the year

On April 11 one of the world's largest bond settlement facilities announced they have completed the initial phases of a gold trading platform on the blockchain that they hope to bring fully online before the end of the year.

Euroclear is one of two primary clearing houses for securities in Europe, and has acted as a major player for the U.S. Treasury as countries began dumping their dollar denominated bonds over the past five years.  And with the advent of the blockchain and its potential as a virtual platform for a myriad of financial products, Euroclear decided to use the technology as a way to bring gold trading fully onto the digital sphere.

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Clearing and settlement services firm Euroclear has expanded the scope of its blockchain-based gold trading platform project, eyeing a full launch for later this year. 
The company announced today that it completed the second stage of testing for its platform, developed in partnership with blockchain startup Paxos, with a group of 16 financial institutions including Citi, Scotiabank and Société Générale. More than 100,000 bullion settlement transactions were conducted over a two-day period. 
The pilot comes months after Euroclear announced the completion of the first phase, during which about 600 transactions were conducted. Euroclear first unveiled the platform in June. 
According to the firm, the successful test paves the way for a full production launch sometime in late 2017. - Coindesk

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Bitcoin may not have a 'central bank', but it does have small groups seeking control over monetary policies

In the ongoing battle between two groups over control of the future of Bitcoin, a more important question needs to be raised regarding the true 'decentralization' of the crypto-currency.  And that is, if a small oligarchy of individuals (programmers) have control over the blockchain platform that runs Bitcoin, then does this same group have the power any time they see fit to institute monetary policies similar to the way the Federal Reserve does for the dollar?

Right now there are two opposing factions fighting over what is being termed as the 'Bitcoin Fork', and each have differing agendas for the future of Bitcoin.  One of the groups is known as Segregated Witness (Segwit), and is interested primarily in expanding the blocks that facilitate Bitcoin transactions and casually speeding up network functionality.  And while this group seeks dominion over the process, another group that calls themselves Bitcoin Unlimited has a much more aggressive agenda as they want to perform a complete overhaul of the current Bitcoin network.

And because of this inability to come to a consensus between the two factions, Bitcoin has the real possibility of splitting into two unique crypto-currencies running under the same umbrella.


But for holders and users of Bitcoin, just the fact that a small group of programmers can have control over the technology and institute changes as they see fit should bring about a note of caution since this means that anything, including the number of total coins mined, could be changed dependent upon the desires of the winning faction.  And in the end the ability to determine 'monetary policy' for Bitcoin means that there is a centralized body that has the power to dictate the direction and future of the crypto-currency.

Right now Bitcoin also acts as a corporation of sorts, with Bitcoin miners acting as a 'Board of Directors' and able to participate in voting for and against future policies.
Vogel explains that the ability to vote for changes to Bitcoin is essentially proportional to the computing power that each miner contributes to the Bitcoin network. This explains the fact that Bitcoin is based on Proof of Work (PoW). Vogel also notes that there is no preset voting period, so miners can vote for changes to Bitcoin at any time. In theory, this is a very elegant and unique way of handling the evolution of Bitcoin, although it does mean that the interests of miners guide the direction of Bitcoin. 
This explains why statements credited to top miners within the industry regarding Bitcoin scaling usually have a significant impact on both Bitcoin price and its general behavior. - Coin Telegraph
In the end, Bitcoin is not as decentralized as many believe, with decisions able to be made by the most powerful 'miners', and carried out by programmers who are not always in consensus on how the future of Bitcoin is to be determined.  And this also means that if either of these factions are one day co-opted by a government, a Wall Street entity, or some other group that doesn't believe in the ideals laid forth by Satoshi in the creation of the crypto-currency, then Bitcoin can very easily lose its fundamental benefits and morph into just another fiat currency no different than the dollar, the euro, or the yen.

Monday, March 6, 2017

Bitcoin vs. gold? How about a new crypto-currency that will be backed by gold

As the USD price of Bitcoin reached and then surpassed the USD value of gold last week, there has been a great deal of discussion over which is a better form of wealth protection to own.  In fact, both Bitcoin advocates and gold bugs alike agree at the foundation that both are better alternatives to holding one's money in fiat currencies like the dollar or euro, and in financial institutions that are only solvent because central banks have been printing money to prop them up.

But this is where the similarities end as at their core, one is no different than all sovereign based fiat currencies created and backed by nothing while the other is a physical tangible asset that has a 5000 year track record of being used as both money, and a globally recognized store of wealth.

So the questions that have to be addressed regarding the rise of Bitcoin at the present are; is Bitcoin actual money, is it a viable medium of exchange, does it function as a store of wealth, and lastly, does its volatility make it more of a speculative investment rather than a currency able to be used in all types of commerce?

Yet rather than try to argue and debate each of these points regarding the future use and acceptance of Bitcoin, what if the future of crypto-currencies was to actually back them with something tangible?  And that is exactly what is now emerging between a U.S. and Australian company as the two have created a new crypto-currency called OZcoinGold that provides all the decentralized and secure features that are intrinsic with most other forms of digital money on the Blockchain, but it is also being backed by physical gold at a ratio of 1 oz to every 100 OZcoins.


A US company, in partnership with an Australian publicly listed mining company, will launch the world's first crypto-currency backed by gold. www.ozgld.comThe launch will be at the South By Southwest (SXSW) on March 10th, 2017 in Austin, Texas. 
The creation of OZcoinGold, a crypto-currency developed on the 3rd Gen. blockchain, was conceived by CTO Joh Breytenbach when he realized that capital intensive public listed commodity and resource companies experience excessive expenses when raising capital for expansion as well as high regulatory restrictions and high loan costs. 
Further Ira stated "An advantage to the owner of OZcoinGold is that gold is purchased at the regular Gold price Benchmark, thus ignoring the Bid - Ask variation, which can be significant." 
The value proposition is that the gold mining company has a proven reserve of 600,000 ounces of gold under the international geocode which is sufficient as a security over any financial instrument. Further "assayed reserves" are estimated at more than 10 million ounces of gold. The mine has given OZcoinGold security over 100,000 ounces of this gold reserve. 
The OZcoinGold is issued in the ratio of 100 OZcoinGold per one ounce of 24 karat gold. So each ounce of Gold backs one hundred OZcoinGold coins. - Yahoo Finance

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

As India's Reserve Bank works to create a cashless society using the blockchain, they are also looking to outlaw Bitcoin

There is a famous axiom that goes, don't steal as the government hates competition.  And this appears very much to be in play in the country of India where the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), or the nation's central bank, is working hard to bring about a cashless society using blockchain technology while at the same time issuing edicts to try to outlaw Bitcoin.

Last November, India's Prime Minister suddenly and without warning started to redeem currency bills from the public and the country's monetary system.  And in a speech given during his monthly address to the nation, he explicitly said his end goal was to bring everyone under a cashless or near cashless monetary system.

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"I want to tell my small merchant brothers and sisters, this is the chance for you to enter the digital world," Modi said speaking in Hindi, urging them to use mobile banking applications and credit-card swipe machines. 
"It's correct that a 100 percent cashless society is not possible. But why don't we make a beginning for a less-cash society in India?," Modi said. "We can gradually move from a less-cash society to a cashless society." 
More than 90 percent of consumer purchases in India are transacted in cash, Credit Suisse estimates. While a smartphone boom and falling mobile data prices have led to a surge in digital payments in recent years, the base still remains low. 
Modi urged technology-savvy young people to spare some time teaching others how to use digital payment platforms. - Zerohedge
Fast forward to Feb. 5...

The RBI issued a statement and a warning on Sunday where the central bank acknowledged that they, along with member banks, are pursuing a digital monetary system to replace the cash economy with a digital system primarily using blockchain technology.  And one of their largest points of emphasis was to severely admonish the use of Bitcoin, which is in line with a similar warning they issued on the crypto-currency back in 2013.
“The RBI advises that it has not given any license/authorization to any entity/company to operate such schemes or deal with Bitcoin or any virtual currency. As such, any user, holder, investor, trader, etc., dealing with virtual currencies will be doing so at their own risk.”
The Indian government, as well as the central bank, are fighting a populist rebellion against their war on cash, and their push towards an all digital cashless society.  And Prime Minister Modi has continually issued policy edicts over the past few months in an attempt to try to halt citizens from dispensing of their currency in the forms of gold, jewelry, and even Bitcoin.

And although governments around the world for the most part have tried benign capital controls to slow down the use of Bitcoin, none as yet have actually considered the crypto-currency a threat, and have attempted to ban or outlaw its use by the people.

Until now.  And this should tell you that India's push to ban cash from the hands of the people is more a battle against freedom than it is a battle against corruption, money laundering, or even the spurious claim of 'fighting terrorism'.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Forget Bitcoin, Swift may soon put the dollar itself on the blockchain

As financial institutions and think tanks work overtime to create new financial platforms using blockchain technology, one of the most unlikely of these announced on Jan. 12 that it is in the planning stages of creating a process to function in cross-border payments using the global reserve currency.

Known as SWIFT, or the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications, it is the network that facilitates the exchanging of the world's currencies for dollars to aid in the function of global trade and commerce.  And in a release made on Wednesday the institution reported that they are planning on using blockchain technology to replace older infrastructures in their processes of servicing the global reserve currency.

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A global platform that connects the vast majority of the world's banks has begun building a blockchain application to simplify cross-border payments. 
Announced today, The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (Swift) is integrating open-source blockchain technology with its own products to build a proof-of-concept that might one day replace the so-called "nostro" accounts it keeps filled with cash all over the world - just in case they need it. 
If successful, the blockchain application has the potential to finally achieve a longstanding dream of Swift, to free up the cash stored in those accounts so it can be invested in more profitable measures. - Coindesk

Saturday, December 24, 2016

2017 will see the world's paper gold markets move to the blockchain as banks try final gambit to control prices

If Bitcoin has proved one thing, it is that the future of finance will be fully merged onto the net, and built on the foundation of the blockchain.  This is because the blockchain not only solves many long-standing problems such as security and encryption, but it also is malleable enough to function in any segment of the markets.

Just a few decades ago markets, along with the global financial system, changed forever with the advent of electronic trading, with perhaps the two most visible features being the ending of fractional price quoting, and the ability for the common investor to trade without the need of a broker.  But this platform also birthed the rise of high frequency trading, and algorithms that make equity in trading a thing of the past.

This is one of the reasons why banks in the West are dedicating tons of money and resources towards research on the blockchain, as they believe it is their best shot towards seizing absolute control over the monetary and financial systems, and in being able to control prices in whatever markets they choose.

And entering into 2017 it appears that one of the first environments they are close to getting put on the blockchain is the Western gold trading market where earlier this week, a group of Western banks announced they have completed the first portion of a new gold trading system that will be run using blockchain technology.

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A group of global banks and financial institutions has completed the first pilot of a new blockchain-based gold trading platform. 
In total, 600 test bullion trades were settled on a platform being developed by Euroclear in partnership with blockchain startup Paxos. The group of financial institutions included Société Générale, Citi, Scotiabank, among other banks. 
Transaction settlement service Euroclear first disclosed that it was working on the initiative earlier this year. The project is aimed at providing faster settlement and cheaper services for unallocated gold on the London bullion market. - Coin Desk

Saturday, October 1, 2016

LBMA in process of modernizing Western gold markets with blockchain based electronic trading

With the rise of the one true physical gold market coming out of Shanghai, China in the past year, the London Bullion gold market has been seen to be both antiquated, and no longer of significant relevance as it primarily trades in paper contracts and rarely delivers physical gold.  And with their paper based trading and gold derivatives making the institution little more than a mechanism to protect fiat currencies by beating down the fair market trading of gold, the both the LBMA and other European gold markets are now looking to modernize through the potential of blockchain technologies.

The London Bullion Market Association has started negotiations with two financial technology firms to create a trading platform for precious metals, according to two people with direct knowledge of the matter. 
The partnership between Autilla Ltd. and Boat Services Ltd. was selected for further talks, according to the people, who asked not to be identified because the discussions are private. 
“It would be premature to comment at this stage as no legal agreements have been signed with any provider,” Ruth Crowell, chief executive officer of the LBMA, said in an e-mail to Bloomberg News. 
The LBMA, which represents London’s gold market, is seeking to modernize the world’s largest gold-trading hub, an over-the-counter system that clears more than $5 trillion a year. Regulators are pushing for more transparency and tighter controls. In other cities, such as New York, transactions take place on an exchange. 
The LBMA’s platform would mean deals between two parties can be posted and stored in a database, and eventually lead to the publication of a forward price curve.
Companies including the London Metal Exchange, Intercontinental Exchange Inc. and CME Group Inc. submitted proposals for the platform, people familiar with the matter said in February.- Bloomberg
And over in the rest of Europe...
Euroclear, the world’s largest Belgium-based asset and securities settlement cooperative founded by J.P Morgan & Co., attended the SIBOS Annual Conference in Geneva, Switzerland with Paxos to announce their joint project and explain the importance of a secure and efficient infrastructure in unsystematic gold markets. 
The Paxos-Euroclear gold market-focused Blockchain settlement solution will be the first of its kind and most likely the only Blockchain settlement platform to be integrated by a major market like the London Bullion Market. 
Paxos CEO Charles Cascarilla believes that a robust and secure Blockchain-based infrastructure will enable the London Bullion Market as well as other leading gold exchanges to autonomously process trades and increase the efficiency of the post-trade process. - Cointelegraph

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

U.S. Postal Service could create own crypto-currency as they study the blockchain for corporate use

Blockchain technology is a revolutionary advent which has opened the door for a return to peer-to-peer transacting after decades of centralized control.  In fact, besides the most well known use of the blockchain through the crypto-currency called Bitcoin, banks such as J.P. Morgan are coordinating with a former employee (Blythe Masters) to help expand the digital construct into applications which could be used in the financial sector.
But the blockchain also has attributes that go far beyond just banking, and one agency is now looking at the technology to help them with their own business model, even going so far as investigating whether a unique crypto-currency could be feasible for use by the U.S. Postal Service.
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Friday, March 4, 2016

Bitcoin: first they ignore you… then you win

The great civil rights activist Mahatma Ghandi once said, first they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.  And for the Bitcoin community, the day of capitulation by the banks may have finally arrived as a new report out shows that 40 of the world’s top financial institutions are deep into research to use the blockchain technology that underwrites the Bitcoin currency.
And perhaps most ironic in these revelations is the fact that for several years, banks have been vilifying Bitcoin and trying to use every means possible to deter or destroy its use in the global financial system.

Monday, October 5, 2015

Got Karatbars? The battle is on for gold or bitcoin after the coming currency reset

A global currency reset is inevitable, and will occur no matter what governments and central banks do in the interim to try to kick the can of their fiat currency system down the road a little bit longer.  But the important thing to determine is what will come out of this reset, and which form of backing, either physical or digital, will win out as the foundation for the next monetary system.

Former head commodities trader Blythe Master left J.P. Morgan Chase under the dark of night to begin a new company that seeks to integrate the entire paper market system under blockchain technology.  Blockchain of course is the system that brought the world Bitcoin, but Masters believes it can also provide the banking elite the means by which to control the entire financial system using a digital footprint.

But the world is both not ready for, nor enamored with, a completely digital form of money, and as such there is a second driving force that seeks to return monetary systems and currencies to what had worked for thousands of years.  This system of course is based on physical gold, and the battle is on between those that have gold and want a gold backed system (East, BRICS), and those who do not and want a digital one (US, Eurozone) to win this all-out battle for monetary supremacy.

The problem of course is that the majority of producing nations as well as consumers believe more in gold than than they do in digital money backed by nothing.  If you take the BRICS nations alone for example, they represent a lion's share of actual producing nations, and over 40% of the global population.  So while a small portion of Pacific Rim nations along with the U.S. and Europe hope to keep the ponzi fiat scheme going by transitioning into a blockchain and digital technology, if they have nothing to sell, and are unable to buy from nations that don't want zeros and ones for payment, then all that will come of this is a way for Wall Street and Western governments to perform limited transactions among themselves while the majority of their populations experience shortages in just about everything, including food, energy, and of course, Chinese made goods.



A switch to a digital monetary system will cost you nothing, as it will simply transition your paper dollars into electronic code.  But if the new system that wins out is one that is backed by gold not code, then you will lose everything as your dollars will be worthless, and your standard of living will become third world.

So with shortages in precious metals occurring all across the world as the East sucks up every ounce they can find in the gold markets, what is available for you to be able to purchase affordable gold, and protect yourself from the outcome of the next reset?

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And as added perks to signing up with Karatbars, as a customer or affiliate, you can have the power to move your money into a free e-wallet that functions just like an offshore bank account, and is outside the authority of the banking system.  From there, you can take your fiat currency in any denomination... dollars, euros, yen, etc... and purchase physical gold which can either be delivered directly to you, or stored for free at one of Karatbar's vaults.

Additionally, any gold that you buy can easily be sold back to Karatbars, or any metals dealer, and if with Karatbars it is then exchanged for currency that is uploaded to you through a pre-loaded debit Mastercard which is connected directly to your e-wallet.  And as we know, MasterCard is recognized in nearly every country around the world, and usable in any currency that accepts it.

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The global financial system, along with dozens of respected economists, are telling us that now is the time for the end of our current form of money, and the beginning of the transition into a new monetary system that is expected to be backed by gold.  And with banks, governments, and even Harvard professors mandating that central banks have no choice but to eliminate cash from usage by the people to stave off collapse, will you wait until it is too late to make a decision on how you will protect your wealth, and be able to function within the coming new monetary system?

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Thursday, September 10, 2015

Gold backed commerce is now here outside of government and central bank policies

For years there has both a political and financial debate regarding a return to the gold standard, and a transition away from debt based fiat currencies.  However, because both the elites and the government have become addicted to increasing money supplies to accommodate their greed and political agendas, this argument has at best been tabled in ‘committee’, or held back from entering into a real national debate.
But as is the nature of the free markets, entrepreneurs, and men (and women) of ideas, will still seek alternative ways to conduct commerce despite the manipulations of those in power.  And while government and financial policies work hard to retain the status quo and fight against any form of gold backed money, three companies are now doing just that and allowing the common man to function in the marketplace with their own independent versions of a currency that is backed by precious metals.