The U.N. & Central Banks: A Rockefeller & Rothschild Coup

The U.N. & Central Banks: A Rockefeller & Rothschild Coup By Spiro Skouras The central banks have recently become obsessed with two things. As Zero Hedge points out, one of these objectives is climate change. The other is blockchain technology and the digitization of currency. But why would the global central banks suddenly be obsessed with climate change and blockchain? Shouldn’t they, instead, be concerned with debt and insolvency? In this report, we take a peak behind the curtain, as we examine the connections between the United Nations, the central…

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John McAfee Plans to Tokenize All 535 Members of US Congress

John McAfee Plans to Tokenize All 535 Members of US Congress By Jamie Redman On Saturday, the notorious John McAfee revealed a new project he’s launching that aims to tokenize all 535 members of U.S. Congress in order to sell them on the open market. McAfee said that the U.S. representative tokens will be listed on his exchange McAfeedex so people can find out what their “representative is really worth.” Buying Politicians The former antivirus tycoon John McAfee is at it again with a new project that is directed at…

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YouTube “Christmas Purge” Has Content Creators Pointing to These Alternate Platforms

YouTube “Christmas Purge” Has Content Creators Pointing to These Alternate Platforms By Graham Smith Recent widespread video removals have crypto YouTubers searching for greener and more dependable pastures for content production. While reports have since emerged of YouTube claiming the incident was an accident, and that videos are now being restored, the “Christmas Crypto Purge” of 2019 has nonetheless burnt an indelible memory into the minds of dedicated YouTubers. Many are now looking to back up their content or even migrate elsewhere, and suggesting more decentralized and censorship-resistant platforms for…

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CBD Coffee Company Leverages Censorship-Resistant Nature of Crypto

CBD Coffee Company Leverages Censorship-Resistant Nature of Crypto By Jamie Redman On December 8, the U.S.-based coffee firm that uses cannabidiol (CBD) in its product, Crazy Calm, launched a promotion that aims to send $5 per order to the charity EatBCH. The founder of Crazy Calm, Matt Aaron, also detailed that the startup wanted to leverage the payment processor Shopify but the company closed their account because they sell CBD infused goods. Aaron notes that bitcoin cash is quite helpful because of its censorship-resistant benefits by removing the middleman from…

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What Bitcoin Can Teach Us

What Bitcoin Can Teach Us By George Gilder The great Austrian economist Friedrich Hayek said it best: “The root and source of all monetary evil is government control of money.” Ironically, most fully developed by free market economist Milton Freedman, monetarism has become the source and root of the current evils of the world economy–runaway debt, widespread stagnation and the revival of socialism. These evils of top-down money face serious challenges from digital alternatives on the Internet and from the perennial case for gold. Both these forms of money offer…

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Google Confirms “Quantum Supremacy” — Completes 10,000 Year Calculation In 200 Seconds

Google Confirms “Quantum Supremacy” — Completes 10,000 Year Calculation In 200 Seconds By Tyler Durden Google has officially confirmed that they’ve achieved quantum supremacy. While the breakthrough leaked last month, the company provided new details with the publication of a new article in the scientific journal, Nature. The company says that their 54-qbit Sycamore processor was able to perform a calculation in 200 seconds which would have taken the world’s most powerful supercomputer 10,000 years. Unsurprisingly, IBM, the company that operates the supercomputer that Google claims to have beaten, and a key quantum computer competitor,…

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Two Blockchain Breakthroughs That Will Change the World

Two Blockchain Breakthroughs That Will Change the World By George Gilder When I say the word “blockchain,” most people immediately think of bitcoin. Of course, they’re right. Blockchain provides a secure framework for bitcoin transactions. But the technology’s reach goes far beyond just bitcoin. Blockchain holds the key to an entirely new system of the world. Its expansion in the coming years will trigger major changes in the way we live our day-to-day lives. And there are two areas in particular that will experience major breakthroughs as blockchain technology continues…

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3 Steps to Save America From Economic Collapse

3 Steps to Save America From Economic Collapse By George Gilder [Editor’s Note: The following article has been adapted from the book The Scandal of Money, written by George Gilder and originally published in 2016.] I am more convinced than ever that if we ever again are going to have sound money it will not come from government. It will be issued by private enterprise. Liberal economist Friedrich Hayek said that in 1977. Yet it rings more true today than ever before. Our Federal Reserve System, which gives twelve bankers…

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The Biggest Internet Security Breakthrough in Decades

The Biggest Internet Security Breakthrough in Decades By George Gilder The current internet infrastructure was built for a simple purpose: sharing information. The information superhighway was launched by academics to allow researchers on various projects around the world to collaborate. But as you know, the internet is now used for much more than sharing ideas. We send money. We log in to bank accounts. We enter our social security numbers. We make video conference calls with colleagues. Clearly these new tasks require an upgrade right? Yet the infrastructure of the…

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The Rise of Internet 2.0

The Rise of Internet 2.0 By George Gilder “The computer of the future will be as portable as your watch and as personal as your wallet. It will recognize speech and navigate streets, collect your mail and your news.” I wrote that in 1990 in my book Life After Television. Seventeen years later, the iPhone was announced in California to the amazement of the world. How did I know that smartphones would exist almost two decades before the first device launched? Simple. I followed the advice of Caltech’s Carver Mead:…

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