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7cba27  No.3474911

Continue to discuss.

Previous bread:

>>2221598

https://archive.fo/xjjZM

For those new to these breads, consider checking out the previous bread and the notables.

Your question may have already been asked/answered.

Previous Bread Notables

Gold, Silver, and other traditional money systems.

>>2688221, >>3267576, >>3329569 :: Synopsis of the situation with Gold/Silver and currencies backed by them, pros and cons

>>3362892, >>3365305, >>3366277, >>3428053 :: Thoughts on rehumanizing the stock market. Patriots are in control, but things might get bumpy

>>2511855, >>2512431, >>2512462, >>2521142, >>2921259, >>3301790 :: On Bonds, Dollars, and the stock market. Be careful what you hold. Correction soon?

>>3269241 :: Eyes on the 10yr Treasury. It's happening

>>2763137, >>2732489, >>2689736 :: What to do if SHTF

>>2859369 :: Why S probably won't HTF

Cryptocurrencies, are they good or bad?

>>2391183 :: Bannon on crypto, a video

>>2689933 :: How Cryptocurrencies might fit in with the plan and the storm

>>2691167, >>2698335, >>2763858, >>2767906, >>2794689, >>2828056, >>2857505, >>3070357 :: NSA/Q and Bitcoin connections. Did Q make Bitcoin?

>>2897611, >>2700561, >>3265882 :: NESARA/GESARA, the financial reset, and Bitcoin

>>2527461, >>2797519, >>2805367, >>3471043 :: Bitcoin and the Bible connections

>>2445380, >>2451914, >>3147730, >>3289947 :: Road to Roota and Bix Weir, how whitehats may have been planning Bitcoin for a while

>>2713320, >>3288371 :: Cryptos might be resistant to SHTF based on unreleased tech (muh EMP)

>>2840295, >>3459194 :: Are cryptos the mark of the beast?

STRUCTURE - Q's crumb and possible connections to Bitcoin and the FED

>>2260304 :: Q & FED. Find and build the "structure"

>>2382758, >>2388235, >>2398952 :: Q, CSW, "Structure", and Bitcoin connections

>>2613838, >>2635108, >>2645805, >>2650835, >>2655671, >>2658642, >>2660816 :: Digs on the FED, Powell, Faust, and Bitcoin

>>2661057, >>2673366, >>2682208, >>2682219, >>2682238, >>2682247 :: Digs on the FED Pt 2

>>2685151, >>2688831, >>2698274, >>2698327, >>2712747, >>2724002, >>2724007 :: Digs on the FED Pt 3

Crypto Coincidences: You have more than you know

>>2650464, >>2660545, >>2668777, >>3341315 :: 9/11, 444, The Great Awakening, CSW's Twitter account, Bakkt and Bitcoin Cash

>>2402902, >>2520727, >>2527461, >>2526332, >>2602866, >>2679859 :: 3301, Phoenix, The Bible, The Plan to Save the World, Covfefe, and Bitcoin Sign Guy

>>2636339, >>2856344, >>2856320, >>3437742, >>3440933 :: Dr. Wright, Oct 31/CSW's father, 21 and BCH stress test, Nouriel Roubini, CSW & 17/Q

>>3267120, >>3267312, >>3268325, >>3294904 :: More coincidences having to do with the number 21 and the Cicada group

PROOFS

>>2388444 :: Q's "structure" comment and the Bitcoin whitepaper

>>2398952 :: Q's "structure" comment and Bitcoin Cash

>>3332119 :: STRUCTURE proof. Connecting Bitcoin to Q and the FED

>>3120033 :: Is Bitcoin a Q/NSA Project?

>>3084808 :: Bitcoin and the Phoenix, new world currency?

>>2512026 :: Bitcoin Cash is the real Bitcoin according to the NSA

>>3069935 :: 'It's Happening!' Bitcoin Proof via Trump's twitter (first image)

7cba27  No.3475097

File: 8935e0d2c1f7379⋯.png (605.09 KB, 1075x923, 1075:923, CurrencyTalks.png)

File: cbf81e6b05bd96a⋯.png (608.52 KB, 641x860, 641:860, Green.png)

File: 7dcfb5a30208c42⋯.png (284.56 KB, 375x444, 125:148, 1534058855444.png)

Looks like the currency talks are beginning like we hinted at in the last bread.

Possible connections to BCH?

Very nice shirt that Mnuchin is wearing, think I've seen that pattern before somewhere.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-imf-worldbank-us-japan/us-to-seek-currency-chapters-in-trade-talks-with-japan-others-mnuchin-idUSKCN1MO00W

https://gulfnews.com/business/economy/imf-members-pledge-to-avoid-using-currencies-as-trade-weapon-1.2289498


ce11e4  No.3475106

File: 5cfb29eae411c0b⋯.jpg (39.84 KB, 474x587, 474:587, Irish Lass.jpg)

For the turn… ty baker


ce11e4  No.3475132

File: 87c379bcb27995f⋯.png (204.84 KB, 1235x795, 247:159, Abe Xi kicking ass.PNG)

File: 394518bc63dd7f3⋯.png (274.01 KB, 1232x833, 176:119, Abe Xi visit.PNG)

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2018/10/14/national/politics-diplomacy/china-nudges-japan-joining-belt-road-initiative-14th-annual-tokyo-beijing-forum/

Following up on the announcement of Xi and Abe meeting from yesterday 2nd pic. Not since 2011.


1f1f5e  No.3475389

File: b42c0a68fb68b4f⋯.jpg (883.79 KB, 2835x1134, 5:2, RUBLE.jpg)

Russia has control of its own currency. It has gained control over its own version of the "Federal Reserve".


ce11e4  No.3475611

File: fef4e45bbc535f5⋯.png (371.84 KB, 400x486, 200:243, The Roof....The Roof.....PNG)

>>3475389

https://www.rt.com/news/436786-central-bank-moscow-fire/

Published time: 24 Aug, 2018 17:47


1f1f5e  No.3476500

>>3475611

very very interesting, thank you for sharing. I'm glad this place has so many informed people.

Do you have any further knowledge regarding this topic?


aca16f  No.3477010

File: b463cebf561dbd3⋯.jpg (152.33 KB, 800x649, 800:649, 533cacdb86d48eb6a525298181….jpg)

Thank you baker. I saw in the last bread that you wanted a handoff after this one. If you confirm, I will bake the next one. If you have the text and can drop it in a pastebin that'd make it easy.


aca16f  No.3477098

>>3475097

>shirt

>Learn to read our comms

>Trolling is fun!

I have never seen a finance guy wear a shirt like that in my life. Either Mnuchin is more eccentric and less buttoned up than I thought possible or there's deeper meaning…


0f7114  No.3477587

why not bitcoin


aca16f  No.3477688

File: 7596fbe6ab35829⋯.jpg (163.04 KB, 968x744, 121:93, blockstreamconspiracybch.jpg)

File: c8e3102cb86174b⋯.jpg (663.52 KB, 1128x2192, 141:274, Q STRUCTURE BITCOIN SYMBOL….jpg)


ce11e4  No.3477716

Futures

https://www.bloomberg.com/markets/stocks/futures

these markets are VERY thin and can be pushed around easily. You also must match size and price for the most part.

Do not put much into these moves until each mkt opens. The regs in most of the world have been changing and will continue to as ours have done since mid-2017.

I can barely with what's going on here/japan which imo is the key to the entire reset. I don't bother much with europe….THEY ARE FUCKED. Action should not be ignored but as our markets become disconnected they will matter less and less.

Asia stable as more come online.

Europe looking tired and not able to do much.

US is slightly lower


50f132  No.3478256

>>3477688

Muh Craig Wright…

Muh Japan/Roger Ver…Muh US Citizenship…


7cba27  No.3478497

File: 7ce2ef9a4a29f2a⋯.jpg (37.99 KB, 600x600, 1:1, C41FlzwWEAAlSqm.jpg)

>>3477010

Thank you anon.

Consider this post my handoff then. Here's the dough: https://pastebin.com/04i3YYmQ

The gap between lines 8 and 16 is necessary for proper formatting.

The only thing I'll mention is perhaps we shouldn't wipe the notables clean after each bread. I think it'd be a good idea to roll over as many as possible seeing as how they deal with topics that will likely keep coming up/being asked.

I've tried to set up a narrative flow with the notables (gold/silver -> crypto -> Q's crumb -> crypto proofs) and tried to keep it brief as well. I basically wanted them to be a place for newfags to be able to catch up quickly.

But if you find a better way, feel free to do whatever.

>>3477098

Yes I think there is a deeper meaning there as well - as always.

His shirt seems like a pretty big signal towards the Matrix/Bitcoin Pepe I posted on the same post.

He has his hand in the same position and everything.

And as far as what that might mean for trade - based on what we talked about in the other thread it seems like BCH will play a role in trade between countries in the future.

If countries are trading using the same currency, it will alleviate the currency war issues that we currently have.

I didn't want to come out and say it in the post I made because I want others to see it for themselves first.


7cba27  No.3480449

File: 7461df49e901ed3⋯.png (92.44 KB, 684x488, 171:122, KDCWarning.png)


50f132  No.3482750

File: 9a4fedf8862be10⋯.png (337.22 KB, 2192x1220, 548:305, ClipboardImage.png)

Game on.


50f132  No.3482852

File: 3c4847e9f584971⋯.png (229.61 KB, 1164x948, 97:79, ClipboardImage.png)

Happening.


50f132  No.3482855

File: d473e367d2e02c5⋯.png (37.27 KB, 574x568, 287:284, ClipboardImage.png)


103c00  No.3483434

>>3482750

bitcoin exactly 6660.0 atm kek

same shit, ova n ova


ce11e4  No.3483689

>>3482750

and tether just dies….

Good. Soon boys…very soon.


ce11e4  No.3483920

after 8:30am is when we should see which way they want it taken.


ce11e4  No.3484191

File: 3cbe7b5df2a2de9⋯.jpg (112.94 KB, 640x1126, 320:563, Major Kong checklist.jpg)

NFLX is going down after it's 'earnings' release.

That is classic "oh fuck we have to slow this down" action in that stock.


809bcd  No.3485226

File: d311d9634c5febf⋯.png (83.06 KB, 640x1136, 40:71, 840ED7F5-0A92-4BF7-88A6-EC….png)

>>3482750

>>3483689

>>3483434

Interdasting.

https://www.coinscholar.org/question/is-it-time-to-sell-my-fortune-of-980k-bitcoin-btc/


ce11e4  No.3487257

pump and dump all day


aca16f  No.3488303

File: b84de84dfb7fb7e⋯.jpg (142.95 KB, 924x1018, 462:509, Dow_Q4OX0AAl7pA.jpg)

>>3478497

HANDOFF CONFIRMED

Your notables formatting makes sense and I will continue.

>He has his hand in the same position and everything.

Kek


7cba27  No.3488330

File: 5d01bf751199400⋯.jpg (331.69 KB, 1223x1600, 1223:1600, Phoenix.jpg)

File: 33b2b27337fbb1c⋯.png (288.55 KB, 579x285, 193:95, Dates.png)

File: baa64a55afeb7d1⋯.png (111.49 KB, 762x358, 381:179, Perestroika1.png)

File: e305840ad35422f⋯.png (46.64 KB, 672x191, 672:191, Perestroika2.png)

File: e9e1be3f5b0448d⋯.png (331.14 KB, 520x804, 130:201, Remember.png)

Dropping this off as it will come in handy as we move forward.

Dates in the top right of the first image.

Oct 10 - Can Britain Keep Booming? (No, markets begin hinting at plunge before Storm, DECLAS, and Mar.)

Oct 17-20 - Takeshita comes to town.

Oct 21 - Investment banks pull back? (Think mirror)

Nov 4 - Perestroika's first test (Think Oct 35th)

Easy to speculate on meaning, but better to wait and see.

Most interesting thing is that Perestroika is the Russian word for 'restructuring' - fits in with STRUCTURE crumb.

Also led to end of cold war and central planning (FED and Russian collusion narrative).

All leads up to November 5th, V symbol reminded me of phihp.

After that we can look forward to the Hash Wars.

——-

>>3485226

That is interesting.

The coins are supposed to be locked up in a trust, but perhaps with the fork the BTC coins are no longer part of that trust.

I'm not a lawyer but if I were I'm sure I could find a way to loophole that.

This was brought up before, but the trust hodls:

1100111 Bitcoins

This is the binary representation of 103.

And 103 is the Gematria value of 'Bitcoin Cash'.

I know it was suggested in the other thread that time travel is possible.

If it is, it would make explaining all these coincidences so much easier.

I'm open to the possibility but have not dug on it yet.

>>3488303

Thank you anon


7cba27  No.3489043

File: ab14a5c2de71088⋯.png (56.58 KB, 684x213, 228:71, Economist.png)

File: 5865a96f6654aa3⋯.png (1.2 MB, 645x850, 129:170, 2017.png)

>>3488330

Midterms are the day after,

and the Petro launches around the same time.

But putting all that aside, I'd also be interesting in hearing what anons think about this entire thing coming from the Economist magazine, which is 50% owned by the Rothschild and Agnelli families, and which is well known for putting globalist themes on their magazine covers.

Many anons I have spoken to push back against Bitcoin for this and other reasons (world currency = NWO, privacy concerns, etc).

I wonder if anyone here has gone down this mental path before.

Are we heading towards a NNWO?


50f132  No.3489153

>>3488330

structure. great now we have some real digging.

enough with loose connections trying to pump Bcash and Wright to a word with little connecting context to Q's post.

Stroika=Structure.

Try this for time travel. 8.8 miles/hour.


aca16f  No.3489243

File: aa116f0c6f9fce8⋯.jpg (625.49 KB, 1223x1600, 1223:1600, 55.jpg)

>>3488330

>perestroika

>restructuring

Wow that cover is full of coincidences.

>103

>1100111

103 is a prime number. (The 27th prime) Bitcoin algo uses computation of primes. Not much of a proof, but it stuck out to me.

>103 = bitcoin cash gematria

>time travel

Another explanation could be that they knew there would be an attack and a fork was possible. They planned from the beginning for it to be called bitcoin cash?

I also just noticed - Pic related. The two USD bills under the pheonix are both 5's.

>5:5


50f132  No.3489261

File: 062a869b042cbe0⋯.png (749.73 KB, 960x682, 480:341, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 005b002f3e27357⋯.png (1.3 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)


ce11e4  No.3489294

File: 7b31583c1c3ee76⋯.jpg (83.76 KB, 300x180, 5:3, Kid would do better.jpg)

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/netflix-earnings-need-know-markets-tuesday-221014369.html

This report will be closely watched after the company missed on second quarter earnings, sending shares down sharply, while reporting fewer subscriber additions than expected. Analysts expect Netflix to report adjusted earnings per share of $0.81 on revenue of $4 billion for the third quarter, according to estimates from Bloomberg. Netflix said in its second quarter letter to shareholders that it expects to add 5 million subscribers in the third quarter, down from 5.3 million adds in the same quarter last year.

“A second straight subscriber miss would likely be taken very negatively by the Street, and we would expect a more protracted decline in the share price than we saw in seasonally-weak Q2,” analysts at Macquarie said in a note to clients last week."

This is a perfect example of financial 'journalism'.

It is a bit better than most however it fails because it uses too many words to tell you NOTHING.

"It may" or "possiblity" or "looking for direction"

Newsflash…that is YOUR job as a writer to clarify the opacity.

Take a side with your evidence.

The result leaves the reader with more questions instead of a starting place to find an answer for them.

This kid would do a better job then most.


c4173e  No.3489716

>>3474911

A call to 948cfd

[Federal Reserve] Note

A gift for you,

[CANCER]

]10 day water fast[

Study Conducted by USC's Norris Cancer Center

Published in 2012 in the Science Translational Medicine journal

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3608686/#

Key findings:

1. Fasting sensitizes cancer cells, but not normal cells, to toxins (including chemotherapy drugs)

2. Fasting reduces insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) levels, where IGF-1 inhibits apoptosis and protects cancer cells from chemotherapy

3. Fasting retards tumor growth, and two cycles of fasting have been shown to be just as or more effective than two cycles of chemotherapy,

4. In a model of metastasis, fasting alone was 50% more effective than chemotherapy, and the combination of chemotherapy and fasting reduced the incidence of metastasis by 75%

5. Cancer cells are unable to adapt to the extreme metabolic environment (sharp reduction in glucose and growth factors) caused by fasting, leading to DNA damage and cell death of these cancer cells, while normal cells are able to quickly adapt to this extreme environment, specifically, by using alternative sources of fuel, such as fatty acids and ketones, which are sharply elevated during conditions of fasting

6. This study concluded that multiple cycles of fasting could potentially replace certain chemotherapy drugs in the treatment of various cancers.

1. Fasting triggers ketosis

2. More than 90% of cancer cell-types are only able to utilize glucose as fuel and "starve" to death under conditions of ketosis

3. Fasting triggers autophagy

4. Autophagy directly destroys cancerous cells, including ones that can utilize ketones as fuel, while simultaneously protecting normal cells

5. A 72 hour fast completely regenerates the entire immune system

6. Longer fasts produce more profound levels of autophagy and can destroy even metastatic tumors

7. Fasting directly spares muscle via the "growth hormone starvation response" so long as visceral and subcutaneous adipose tissue is available for use as fuel


c4173e  No.3489962

>>3489716

Fasting and Caloric Restriction in Cancer Prevention and Treatment.

"periodic fasting (PF), fasting-mimicking diets (FMDs), and dietary restriction (DR) without a reduction in calories are emerging as interventions with the potential to be widely used to prevent and treat cancer."

Recent Results Cancer Res. 2016;207:241-66.

Annual Fasting; the Early Calories Restriction for Cancer Prevention

"removal of cancer stem cells can be carried out through early Calories Restriction with Annual Fasting (AF) before tumor development or progress."

Bioimpacts. 2012; 2(4): 213–215.

Fasting Cycles Retard Growth of Tumors and Sensitize a Range of Cancer Cell Types to Chemotherapy

"These studies suggest that multiple cycles of fasting promote differential stress sensitization in a wide range of tumors and could potentially replace or augment the efficacy of certain chemotherapy drugs in the treatment of various cancers.

Sci Transl Med. 2012 Mar 7; 4(124)


5e74d8  No.3490163

In today's world, many people misidentify the problems of society as a result of racism, sexism, etc. We are often pitted against each other for oppressing or taking advantage of one another (many minorities believe they are oppressed due to their race, men holding down women, immigrants taking the jobs of current citizens, the poor taking advantage of welfare, etc). We often blame the 1% for robbing the other 99% of their prosperity. In reality, our current monetary system is the actual root of these problems (or at least significantly magnifies the problem). Due to the constant and creeping inflation (often understated considering food, rent, utilities, etc are not counted in the official inflation numbers), the lower class who spends the majority of their earnings on rent, food, etc find every day to be a harder and harder struggle. Contrary, those with many assets find their net worth to increase in value and everyday becomes easier. As a result, the simple function of time in the current system causes the wealth gap to continuously grow wider. There is absolutely nothing wrong with being successful, but there is something wrong with finding success only due to taking advantage of a fundamentally corrupted monetary system. A gold/silver standard puts all people of all classes and backgrounds on a level playing field. This is necessary for a healthy and loving world to exist. Blockchain can be used as a tool for accounting and transacting gold and silver, but will never be money. They may be some of the best currencies out there, but they will never be money. Only gold and silver are money. (Personally believe Kinesis money is the best monetary system. It accounts for gold and silver held in the users title in secured & audited vaults. Minute transaction fees are used to buy silver and gold on the market and then paid out to users as a yield…savings accounts now pay a yield again & its in honest money.)


ce11e4  No.3490960

File: 090babe9da1a668⋯.gif (1017.98 KB, 500x267, 500:267, 2 2 is not 5.gif)

Zero-Down Subprime Mortgages Are Back, What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-14/zero-down-subprime-mortgages-are-back-what-could-possibly-go-wrong

Had to happen…running out of things to monetize.

So who is the counter-party this time?? Kek!

The citizens of this country were last time.


b3ece2  No.3492359

File: 5f86d842ece60b4⋯.jpg (20.85 KB, 300x168, 25:14, marketimages.jpg)

October 2nd, I watched this YT vid [ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtAN8_Bjn2Q ] Video doesn't have much, but a comment does.

Reading the comments, the second comment, from Aggas got my attention. She called it, though I don't believe it's a crash just yet. But, they did the "math" and 10/4 is a known confirm.


50f132  No.3492517

OWLs Everwhere!

>>3492373 main

Also,

Activities since Sept 27...

https://www.coindesk.com/sec-cftc-charge-bitcoin-futures-firm-1broker-with-securities-law-violations/

https://bitcoinexchangeguide.com/1broker/

http://1broker.com/index.html

https://www.fbi.gov/investigate/cyber/information-on-1broker-com-seizure

September 27, 2018

Information on 1Broker.com Seizure

The 1Broker.com domain has been seized by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in accordance with a seizure warrant issued pursuant to 18 U.S.C. §§ 981 and 982, for violations of 18 U.S.C. § 1956 (money laundering), 15 U.S.C. § 78ff (willfully operating as an unregistered broker/dealer of securities), and 7 U.S.C. § 13 (willfully operating as an unregistered futures commission merchant), upon a probable cause finding by the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.

dot IO

https://1broker.io/?c=en/home

https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-futures-firm-1broker-moves-to-renew-trader-access-after-us-charges/

https://www.reddit.com/r/1Broker/


31140f  No.3493347

Ok help the new kid… no more money, no need for jobs, all debt repaid… yet savings, soc sec, pensions in tact. If not working so not earning how do we survive. Just cashing in our govt socialist everyone gets the same monthly check? I happen to like capitalism. Yes, I would love more time with my family and traveling and doing things I enjoy but then where does success play in as to have that you have to be able to ‘pay for it’ snd If everyone can pay for those things then that causes deman to go u- and sully to go down as we all can’t take the next month off and go to costa Rico. I agree change is coming but I’m not understanding this pseudo utopia of no money no need to work. How do we keep what is ours… how do you better your life… or is that the point that materialistic ideals magically disappear and we now spend our time feeding the hungry… because I thought the hungry would no longer exist if everyone is equal. And there are no longer have nots we are all haves….maybe I need to smoke some dope as I’m not grasping. Old age sucks….maybe I’m just too indoctrinated and have no vision


31140f  No.3493359

>>3493347

Sorry… demand to go up and supply to go down


c04b45  No.3495320

>>3493347

Just my personal opinion of what you will see.

Crypto: XRP is a direct competitor w/ SWIFT system and has a market cap of 100B. SWIFT transfers money globally to the tune of about 5 Trillion per day. If XRP took over this transaction as the avenue of choice the speed and security would be enhanced and market cap could go to the amount of $ transferred on a daily basis.

Assets:

Fiat Cash Baseline

US: 20 T in GDP = 25T Broad money (think easily accessible and liquid cash)

Global: 100Tin GWP = 126T Broad money globally

Gold Reserves:

US: 8250 M tonnes = 300M Oz

World: +/- 1B Oz

Silver Reserves:

US: 25000 M tonnes = 900M Oz

World: +/- = 3B Oz

Debts & Liabilities:

US: 22 T

World: 247 T

When the debt bomb goes off and the derivites faulter. The bandaid utilized to stave off the 08 crisis will be revealed, along with JPMC 10 yr immunity to manipulate the markets. Hence the pull back from the short positons on SLV


c04b45  No.3495349

>>3495320

If the goal is to cover the broad based $ alone with bimetallic currency and not address the debt. The numbers align quite closely to the differential in the paper vs the physical market for gold and silver. See COMEX & LME rates of exchange.

233/1 Gold

517/1 Silver

Its like the scammers knew there was a threshold they could not drive the paper market over and cause additional ripples.

If you take he paper rates of these metals and multiply by reserve holdings vs GDP here is what you get

US: Gold 83T SLV 6.7T

But this doesnt line up with physical amounts. Which is why I would propose you could see a max out of around

83,000-150,000 GLD w/ a ration between 5-15 for SLV 5555-15000

83K & 5.5K w/ US reserves would put holdings around 33T. Still not addressing foreign debt, but covering GDP and broad $.

Global #s are similar.


ce11e4  No.3495488

File: c7e6168c143fe0a⋯.png (304.85 KB, 667x1000, 667:1000, FRB sheeple instructions.png)

Bank earnings!!

What a crock of shit. How much of the public float was bought by the famous Share Repurchase Agreements all these banks have?

Decrease shares available and PRESTO!

Instant EPS performance.

The instructions are on the back of EVERY bottle of shampoo.


ce11e4  No.3495657

File: aa4281260449240⋯.jpg (15.58 KB, 334x270, 167:135, HumungButters.jpg)

>>3495488

Surprised if morning pop lasts.


33640c  No.3495797

>>3495320

I was an early XRP adopter, when you could buy directly. So while I have incentive to push it, it's changed and I don't understand it anymore. I fully understand why banks would want a completely independent 3rd party to trust for the transfers as it fits the world banking model and nwo ideals.

What I don't understand is how people think XRP has any value. Lets forget the FACT that banks could create their own sw to do this. I've seen bloomberg's resources toward development and it's intense and not even an institution. Why would banks suddenly buy all xrp like it were digital gold? That would make some people with more money than some banks. In fact it would have to be balanced out to even make sense, how would the xrp already sold suddenly equal an increase to the world balance sheet?

>Gold Reserves:

>US: 8250 M tonnes = 300M Oz

>World: +/- 1B Oz

>Silver Reserves:

>US: 25000 M tonnes = 900M Oz

>World: +/- = 3B Oz

>Debts & Liabilities:

>US: 22 T

>World: 247 T

Also are you suggesting us has nearly 30% of world gold and ~28% of world silver but only 9% total debt?


c04b45  No.3496282

>>3495797

RE: XRP, I am not sure they would buy the XRP outright, but they would utilize the ripple network for fund transfers. As it is a closed corporate block, the XRP held in escrow could be utilized for the fund transactions back and forth stablizing the value of XRP based on the utilization of fund transfers across the ripple net.

RE: 30% Gold reserves. Notincluding the recent ramp by CN, RU, IN, JP, etc. Debt amounts were just scrubbed based on IMF/ FR estimates. Ultimately, the total debt in dereivatives is close to 1 Q.


ce11e4  No.3496947

File: 21b288daad4ff75⋯.jpg (91.52 KB, 600x615, 40:41, 10 stars bro.jpg)

it's lasted so far. I was wrong….today.

It's a slow-motion train-wreck in case you had not noticed.


ce11e4  No.3497899

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-16/what-do-they-know-blackrock-exposes-institutional-exodus-stocks

Tick tock…Retail ALWAYS gets left holding the bag.

Also this affected it as yields needed to be flat to lower so they could push this out the door. New 2 month bill- collected before 2019…………….do I need to mention that again? Kek!

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-16/us-treasury-sells-first-ever-2-month-bill-here-are-details


50f132  No.3498941

Finally, we’re happy to announce that tomorrow (17th October), we’ll be delivering the first part — a Crust Test that will allow you to use your home computer to discover and connect to others by testing hole punching in a real world setting — so that people can immediately get involved with the SAFE Network.

https://medium.com/safenetwork/safe-fleming-our-next-major-milestone-b4a191373f4a

One small calculation for a consensus algorithm, one giant leap for the decentralized web.


c04b45  No.3499468

HU ups its Gold by 10X

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-10-16/hungary-increases-gold-reserves-tenfold-citing-safety-bid

follows PL


ce11e4  No.3499513

File: 4a48d80c917c819⋯.jpg (158.88 KB, 1600x1241, 1600:1241, Bonfire of Wall St.jpg)

>>3499468

Booms coming


50f132  No.3499659

File: 61e87dd431df364⋯.png (1.01 MB, 1111x464, 1111:464, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 59de174067b8d4b⋯.png (261.83 KB, 600x313, 600:313, ClipboardImage.png)


7c286c  No.3503466

Dear fellow anons. I have lurked many thousands of hours here as well as watching my favorite white hat utube financial channels.

1. Global Economic Reset 2018

2. Financial Discuss

3. Economic Predictions

4. Global Currency Reset

5. Economic Predictions

6. etc

These channels emerged shortly after #17 came on the stage and thousands of videos were recorded. As of 22:00 EDT, all of the feeds are now dead. Good thing I archived the good ones offline!


ce11e4  No.3503823

>>3503466

Much content became available after inag.

It really got moving after 72718


ce11e4  No.3507975

File: 89d33870e845668⋯.jpg (58.01 KB, 500x375, 4:3, Mkt traders.jpg)

Looks like the roller coaster continues. Futures down

Treasury is in 'auction' mode so the indexes should be up if they want to push this out with a lower yield.

Something is pushing the 10yr down slightly. It's not organic imo as action in futures says yields should be up slightly.


71ec7c  No.3508159

Indexes are down and some tech stocks way up pre market.


ce11e4  No.3508419

File: 668e1432d032ca9⋯.jpg (37.9 KB, 474x360, 79:60, NFLX Net Neut.jpg)

Since it is the stock du jour and the talking heads can't stop blowing RH and crew. There is actually a decent piece that presents it's reality.

Missing in NFLX's numbers (for a long time in fact) is how much it spends acquiring customers and keeping them. Subscriber Acquisition Costs or SAC.

Key metric on how much it spends to get and keep customers.

This is a case of if you do not like the results just stop reporting them.

If you followed this advice from Monday you did not do very well. GS loves using it's own customers to trade it's prop book against.

Perfect example here:

https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/netflix-stock-price-target-cut-by-goldman-sachs-ahead-of-earnings-report-2018-10-1027617569


c04b45  No.3508815

Odd coincidence guise, but I expect the finance junkies to get this.

Back when the plane was stolen (8/11) I did some digging on Richard Russell (loopDloop pilot).

I came up with an economist Richard Russell and his theory of a synthetic dollar crash (or short pairing)

Low and behold a couple of months later we are hearing about the spread in emerging market hyper inflation. AR, BR, IN, VZ, TK, etc etc etc.

I always wondered if that was some kind of trigger sign to the cabal to let the system slide & crash. JPMC pulled their short on Au/AG in late Aug too.


33640c  No.3519424

>>3488330

Did Satoshi get 980k in that btc-cash fork? Would it matter if Satoshi dumped BTC to pump btc-cash?

>And 103 is the Gematria value of 'Bitcoin Cash'.

Why is everyone using Gematria and not looking into Next, which was supposedly the coin they were using to build in Israel when it started?


7c286c  No.3520762

>>3508815

Great Dig on Russell. His Dow Papers are a fascinating read.

My Dick B Russell search on boogle yielded some highly questionable user commentary alleging the loop-d-loop footage might have been CGI video fakery! Absurd. I'm hopeful the unevil folks at boogle will scrub that asap


ce11e4  No.3520829

told you that NFLX 6 month chart was not pretty


d47179  No.3522120

File: c169576b7f9377e⋯.png (183.77 KB, 1332x1278, 74:71, Screenshot_20181018-142837.png)

Dead cat bounce


ce11e4  No.3522183

>>3522120

That's just desperation. A few more chairs being removed. It has to last more then 2.5 days

Margin call on highly leveraged positions.

Forced sales to cover. It can get ugly quickly if allowed.


ce11e4  No.3524864

File: 8f02989695bac70⋯.png (134.39 KB, 929x768, 929:768, China printing quickly.PNG)

China's New Strategy for Curbing World's Worst Stock Slide

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-10-17/in-china-plunge-protection-goes-local-in-latest-market-slump

Never a good sign. Going all in to stop the avalanche


eefc51  No.3525528

File: 9fd3c8e547026f6⋯.png (86.74 KB, 1629x836, 1629:836, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 6e429a24dc995aa⋯.png (152.63 KB, 588x856, 147:214, ClipboardImage.png)

>>3522120

So Soros gets paid? He doubled his PUT position in Q2 2018 https://whalewisdom.com/filer/soros-fund-management-llc

Thats what is most confusing to me, who is crashing this market, us or the cabal?

Soros broke the bank of england setting up the EURO in 1992, https://www.thebalance.com/black-wednesday-george-soros-bet-against-britain-1978944

Soros already sold his tech holdings.

Anons and their families lose from the market crash while Soros and his family will get BUKU rich AGAIN.

I dont understand why we dont have 5 delta teams roaming the world taking the evil out in the shadows.

We crash, the dems win mid terms, soros gets paid, Trump impeachment proceedings commence, etc.

Something else is going on and the ONLY thing i can think of is that the "white hats" are going to crash the market, blame the FED and end the FED, but i will tell you all right now, if that happens, there will be absolute chaos in the streets. You remove a 100 year old monetary authority and dont think you will have a recession/depression you are dreaming.


ce11e4  No.3525609

File: 2f7229103e109c1⋯.jpg (415.82 KB, 1080x1220, 54:61, Baker boobs.jpg)

>>3525528

At the rate it has appreciated over 10 years it does not need a reason to crash. It is and has been on steroids since early march '09.


50f132  No.3530009

File: c1b9f9f9c8d0d59⋯.png (536.01 KB, 591x595, 591:595, ClipboardImage.png)

https://medium.com/@maidsafe/the-release-of-the-98c63ac43423

First field testing of the decentralized serverless internet.


33640c  No.3530272

>>3525528

All a show. Q is wikileaks v2, when they took WL down Q popped up. Q was suspected to be many people as most messages seem toward itself.

bannedfromqresearch suggests it was taken over in Jan but I can't tell if that means deepstate is wining (taking WL then 8ch) and tightening the noose like that "D" post mentions, to ween out anti-semites (a law tweaked twice this year, once a year 20+ years prior).

It would make sense for all of this to be apart of the show, even allowing anyone to be president this last term because their goal is for us to lose faith in government and adopt 1 world gov and pope/aliens/projectbluebeam for disrupting faith to make 1 world religion, and we already know they want one world currency. It would make sense for a blockchain that the major corporations adopt and replace banks.

It makes sense for me to see companies ruining the world, letting people elect Trump takes the blame, USD crashes, banks aren't needed and neither are charities. Everyone gets an allowance with enough to eat and rent, want more you work your way into the system


ce11e4  No.3536764

Following up with the recent announcement of a 10% consumption tax this will be done for the daily consumables.

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2018/10/19/business/japanese-government-looks-make-daily-goods-eligible-2-rebate-plan-following-consumption-tax-hike/

Imo watching what happens in Japan is important, let alone WW. There are clues everywhere as to how each place will operate. Once we all have sovereignty the world's internal systems(monetary) should operate in a similar fashion.

This 2% rebate is a smart way to not penalize people who will already need to buy food, clothing, everyday things. You should not be spending $5 a day for .50 worth of sugar and coffee-if you do-your choice.

Taxing stupidity or a spending tax of 10% is required imo.

Why do you need a new car every 2-4 years?

Both my cars are over 15years old however driving/looking at them you would never know it.

Take care of the things you have and this spending crap would stop.


eefc51  No.3537806

File: a2dde76f30487ab⋯.png (273.16 KB, 880x584, 110:73, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 1b60ea04838a839⋯.png (121.98 KB, 553x374, 553:374, ClipboardImage.png)

>>3530272

I trust M.I., its the M.I.C. i dont trust, and the cabal has DEEPLY infiltrated the M.I.C (The Company, Deep State, etc).In regards to wikileaks once they doxxed ice the mask was off. IMHO i am giving Q til 11.3 marker confirms, and podesta (either fat tony or skinny john) is arrested on 11.4. Before then i will withhold judgement. What i struggle with is that currently 60% of all assets globally are held in $USD. I agree BITCOIN/Blockchains are cointelpro for the Cabal as "alternative" to the $USD which creates a nice pool of money that you can move into/out of closed economies in CENTCOM/PACOM/AFRICOM etc. and what company has the most blockchain patents? https://www.fool.com/investing/2018/01/21/surprise-this-company-holds-the-most-blockchain-pa.aspx

But still why is the dollar so strong these past few years? Doesn't make sense for the weimer republic model of hyper inflation. I don't doubt the LONG run in the $USD but if the cabal is trusly winning the $USD wouldnt of ripped in 2014, and catch a firm bid again in late 2017.

This is rome collapsing. Gibbons lays it out (pic related) this is combination of cycles all bubbling up at once, from socio-economics, to civil society breaking down, equal application of justice, promiscuity, etc, Also there is a pretty reliable generational boom bust cycle you can find this from neil howe aka the fourth turning (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strauss%E2%80%93Howe_generational_theory) , a generation lives through a crisis (Silent Generation) a generation that is born in the crisis is hardened and sharpened to lead us out of the darkness (Greatest Generation) gives way to the next generation that enjoys the fruits of the labor of the previous generation and begins focusing on the arts, and humanities rather than productive endeavors beginning to sow the seeds of the next crisis. Give way to a rebellious generation hell bent on changing the "status quo" that created the greatness they were born into they come of age during the causing the crisis their parents sowed the seeds of (GEN X/Y). Then the cycle starts again. Problem is that this time is coinciding with many other cycles. Even solar cycles (not fucking climate change) are heading towards a minimum, solar minmums and maximums always tend to cause some crazy weather (what a surprise the sun is fucking ball of massive powerful energy whose waves keep our planet spinning. https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/markets-by-sector/agriculture/solar-minimum-biggest-decline-maybe-ever/

All this with raging rate raising fed, could get ugly, however, IMHO we have not seen the blow off top in the stock market yet, there will be one final dip that will be a 2016 election type rally that moves to 3500 on the spooz, thats my target for the music pausing, if not stopping all together.

The last dark ages lasted what 1000 years?

Hope quantum computing can cause that to cut a few hundred years off.


eefc51  No.3537917

>>3525609

Fully disagree, you traded in a range from 2000-2013 a secular bear market, in the SP500.

In April 2013 you broke out of that secular trading range.

Don't buy that Obama stock market return BS, he took over with the market down 50%, a monkey could of got that thing to mean revert, he stifled the growth, making that trading range longer by at least 2 to 3 years. Last times we broke out of secular ranges were the early 50's and the early 80's, both were pretty good buys.

Apple still makes 40-50b every three months. Is valued cheaper than the overall market, and is the biggest stock in the overall market. Those fundamentals do not = crash. A fake jew hell bent on the destruction of western civilization who has broken one major market before can cause havoc.


ce11e4  No.3538222

>>3537917

Add about 15 years to that on the back end then you are close.

How do you know when and what I traded?

FO


ce11e4  No.3552838

File: b76b52bcce31166⋯.jpg (38.12 KB, 940x485, 188:97, Round 2.jpg)

most financial headlines today are pretty sanguine.

Round 2 starts tonight as Asia opens up.


456547  No.3555878

>>3552838

Interesting at last POTUS rally, he mentions 401ks again, and how good they are doing from him winning. Said market will tank if Dems win. White hats propping it up?


aca16f  No.3555885

File: 8a4e0eb3863aa2c⋯.png (598.67 KB, 853x546, 853:546, 8a4e0eb3863aa2c70e56eafbdf….png)


ce11e4  No.3561086

File: cc860af3d2daf1f⋯.jpg (82.42 KB, 1068x625, 1068:625, eh!.JPG)

File: 4a48d80c917c819⋯.jpg (158.88 KB, 1600x1241, 1600:1241, Bonfire of Wall St.jpg)

This was quite interdasting upon it's open.

Coming soon….KEK!


aca16f  No.3563860

>>3561086

That is quite odd…It would have been extra interdasting if it went to $17…


e449e8  No.3564841

File: bf5cde9a10823a7⋯.png (102.08 KB, 868x671, 868:671, ROUBINI IS A JEW.png)

BUY BITCOIN, NOURIEL ROUBINI, ESTABLISHMENT ECONOMIST FUCKING HATES IT

AND HE'S A FUCKING KIKE, EDUCATED 100% BY KIKE SCHOOLS


50f132  No.3565203

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dollar_sign#Pillars_of_Hercules

A common hypothesis holds that the sign derives from the symbolic representation of the Pillars of Hercules – this representation can either have a banner separately around each pillar, or as in the Spanish coat of arms, a banner curling between them.

In 1492, Ferdinand II of Aragon adopted the symbol of the Pillars of Hercules and added the Latin warning Non plus ultra meaning "nothing further beyond", indicating "this is the end of the (known) world". But when Christopher Columbus came to America, the legend was changed to Plus ultra, meaning "further beyond". The Pillars of Hercules wrapped in a banner thus became a symbol of the New World. The link between this symbol and the dollar sign is more clearly seen in Spanish coins of the period - which show two pillars, each with a separate banner, rather than one banner spanning both pillars. In this example the right-hand pillar clearly resembles the dollar sign, and additionally directly relates to the use of money.

Spain's coat of arms

The symbol was adopted by Charles V and was part of his coat of arms representing Spain's American possessions. The symbol was later stamped on coins minted in gold and silver. The coin, also known as Spanish dollar, was the first global currency used in the entire world since the Spanish Empire was the first global Empire. These coins, depicting the pillars over two hemispheres and a small "S"-shaped ribbon around each, were spread throughout America, Europe and Asia. According to this, traders wrote signs that, instead of saying Spanish dollar (piece of eight, real de a ocho in Spanish or peso duro), had this symbol made by hand, and this in turn evolved into a simple S with two vertical bars. When the US gained their independence from Great Britain, they created the American dollar, but in its early decades they continued to use the Spanish dollar, which was more trusted in all markets.

The United States, even after independence, was still using the pound sterling as currency. This is attested in state legislation of the early 1780s, referring to pounds[1] and pence,[2] which predated the U.S. Constitution and federal legislation.

Given the origin of this theory – related to Spanish (and Portuguese) colonisation of the Americas – it is likely that the cifrão or peso signs share the same origin, and that the double stroke usage is merely a stylistic variant, rather than a distinct character.

"8 The Lord said to Moses, “Make a snake and put it up on a pole; anyone who is bitten can look at it and live.” 9 So Moses made a bronze snake and put it up on a pole. Then when anyone was bitten by a snake and looked at the bronze snake, they lived."


50f132  No.3565218

>>3564841

Old news, faggot. Calm down.


ce11e4  No.3566844

>>3563860

Looks like a hand-off of some sorts..failed or not it was seen. Not an everyday happening


ce11e4  No.3570187

Another example of yesterday's news tomorrow.

https://finance.yahoo.com/m/101aeca3-d8f6-3878-880f-efa8fa9fc8c9/watch-out-for-%E2%80%98dead-cat.html

Hey I think I have seen this somewhere…….about two weeks ago.

These guys are such fucking amateurs and sell-outs.


ce11e4  No.3573374

File: b60525bd789ee7a⋯.jpg (56 KB, 973x268, 973:268, Zappa.JPG)

>>3570187

"it'll bounce….HODL!"

Just another day for these 'professional' hucksters of hope.

Slammed on the open and held down so far.


e0ff17  No.3573871

File: 01b5553cfc112ae⋯.png (39.97 KB, 697x257, 697:257, Screen Shot 2018-10-23 at ….png)

Banks rush to join JPMorgan’s blockchain-based interbank information network

Full article: https://www.euromoney.com/article/b1bfkrj10f1vts/banks-rush-to-join-jpmorgans-blockchain-based-interbank-information-network

muh post-cabal banking.


a32d12  No.3574112

File: c1484171099092e⋯.png (17.08 KB, 583x440, 53:40, youknowwhattodoanons.png)

https://twitter.com/Prime_Politics/status/1052800239541911553


d812fb  No.3587386

File: c989c35911c11fb⋯.png (80.75 KB, 1903x927, 1903:927, Banks Industry Performanc….png)

File: 62382b3549b6817⋯.png (193.04 KB, 1903x927, 1903:927, qest.us - facebook zuckerb….png)

File: a967bb5fff9a937⋯.png (141.55 KB, 1903x927, 1903:927, qest.us google Pichai.png)

File: db3ba2dcec727a7⋯.png (147.52 KB, 1903x927, 1903:927, qest.us Hyatt Hotels - Dum….png)

How ya liking the shorts Fags? All Banks in alphabetical order where the majority are in a sea of RED.

https://www.tradingview.com/markets/stocks-usa/sectorandindustry-industry/banks/

Also some insider dump, pic 2 thru 4


7c286c  No.3597091

File: 024d4b493426a49⋯.png (2.69 MB, 1692x1692, 1:1, Soon.png)


ce11e4  No.3600422

File: c36b8ffa12808fa⋯.jpg (39.82 KB, 842x418, 421:209, Volume drying up...JPG)

File: aa4281260449240⋯.jpg (15.58 KB, 334x270, 167:135, HumungButters.jpg)

Dis not a good sign. The ESF will need four-ply soon


ce11e4  No.3602606

File: 86881cc4776b6b4⋯.png (273.68 KB, 555x425, 111:85, Attention!.png)

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-25/5-billion-hedge-fund-spo-shuts-we-find-it-exceedingly-difficult-deploy-capital

This is the start of the process. The poorly run ones will be the first and it will make it's way to being a systemic problem.

When everyone claims the same set of assets (see re-hypothecation) at the same time…well.

Look for cracks in the system to show up ala IndySmack in 2008. Lines of credit will start to be frozen and money market funds will be locking down any redemptions.

Happened this way in 2008. Go look

Good luck


7cba27  No.3604188

File: ecefdc9206da0a8⋯.png (1.29 MB, 1022x681, 1022:681, PLVSVLTRA.png)

File: 299781a64a68baa⋯.png (1.05 MB, 832x893, 832:893, MV.png)

File: 9b9d845b0893c0b⋯.png (470.47 KB, 642x795, 214:265, KILLUMINATI.png)

>>3489243

>27th prime

Seems like this should be significant for something.

Haven't figured it out yet. Nice catch.

>Not time travel, but just planning for BCH fork.

Yes certainly. I guess it can be said that planning is a form of time travel.

A very basic form. But it still requires visiting the future in your mind, thinking about possible scenarios (timelines) etc.

Whether actual TiTr was used for that particular coincidence is unknowable, of course. It's too simple. Too easily explained.

A more interesting one to consider is in the phrase "Takeshita comes to town".

It was supposedly written in 1988.

One anagram of it is "Make Satoshi to two cent." That's fine.

But another is "Satoshi Nakcmoto tweet." (a->c?.. AC power? Tesla? CSW tweeted about AC recently).

And CSW tweeted the magazine cover out on Phoenix Day, Oct 10th.

So you have to believe that either this phrase accidentally works out to 'satoshi nakcmoto tweet', that people in 1988 knew what Twitter would be, or that TiTr was used for this crumb. Each one is just as unlikely as the other, but only one fits with how the rest of the clues work. After digging on quantum a bit I do think that TiTr is a likely candidate for how this clue works in the way that it does.

In fact if you couple what I just said with the AC clue as well, I'd say TiTr becomes the only possibility. But maybe you have another idea.

>5:5 on dollar bills

Nice find.

That got me thinking and digging.

5:5 can also be represented in roman numerals as VV.

That leads back to V for Vendetta. But also to PLVS VLTRA. St Germain in the main breads showed me this.

With that clue in mind I came up with the three pic relateds on this post.

I basically tried to track down every VV I could find, even in gematria.

This led me to the mason hand symbol, the westside hand symbol, killuminati, the wikileaks logo, and more.

Feel free to take a look.

Also, in the last bread you asked about if /ourguy/ wrote the Bible.

Now I have to say that I am not a huge fan of a lot of the Bible, or what Christianity turns people into, but I did dig and I found someone named Francis Bacon. And this ties back to Plus Ultra as well.


7cba27  No.3604511

File: 33b2b27337fbb1c⋯.png (288.55 KB, 579x285, 193:95, 33b2b27337fbb1c1d60d15f5b4….png)

File: 29f73ed37260073⋯.png (140.01 KB, 968x296, 121:37, BITCQINSV.png)

File: 5f3cdd7e177c534⋯.png (519.27 KB, 1318x653, 1318:653, DieHerdKommt.png)

File: e27564be52c87e7⋯.png (78.59 KB, 454x388, 227:194, ELPETRO.png)

>>3488330

Now that some time has passed, we can continue trying to decipher the meaning of this magazine cover.

I have found some interesting things for anons to consider.

Oct 17-20 - Takeshita comes to town.

On October 17th an article was published about how Bitcoin SV 0.1 finally went live.

If you remember that Takeshita is sort of an anagram for Satoshi, then you can consider Bitcoin 'Satoshi's Vision' going live as Satoshi finally 'coming to town'.

Also, interesting: if you look closely at the logo for Bitcoin SV, besides the obvious 'Dragon Energy' reference that Trump and Kanye talked about earlier, you also see that it is in the shape of a reversed Q (image 2).

Oct 21 Investment banks pull back? (Think mirror)

As I suspected, there was a reason that this crumb was written as being on page 12, but came after the earlier headline that was on page 17. It was mirrored because the meaning itself was mirrored.

I think now that this crumb really meant that 'Investment banks pile in' (to crypto).

Check what I found on twitter to back this up, thanks to /biz/ (image 3).

Novogratz and CZ tweeted about institutions gearing up to enter crypto with interesting timestamps, and mainly on the date of Oct 21.

Seeing them do this really took me by surprise. I wasn't aware of just how big this operation was, of how many players there were in the game.

Novogratz tweeted at ~5:5 and CZ at 10:04, which is another way of saying 5:5.

Very cool.

Nov 4 - Perestroika's first test (Think Oct 35th)

This one has not yet come to pass, so we can't say for sure what it is yet, but I have found some things for anons to consider.

First is that the phrase is an anagram for: PETRO ASSET FIRST STRIKE

And the Petro does launch around that date.

Also I dug on the Petro a bit and found that in gematria it has the same values as Satoshi, and that the logo of the company behind it has the VV symbolism and looks similar to another logo we are already familiar with (image 4).

The Petro 'P' could also be a reference to Phoenix as well.

And the whitepaper is ~12 pages long (a couple extra for cover page and TOC).

https://www.petro.gob.ve/descargas/Petro_whitepaper.pdf

So perhaps this crumb will have something to do with the Petro. Perhaps not.

We will have to wait and see.


7cba27  No.3604611

File: 2164aeff0c08712⋯.png (125.63 KB, 685x365, 137:73, Collapse.png)

File: 7d2f2ea673e98d1⋯.png (92.59 KB, 686x489, 686:489, KDCWarning2.png)

>>3480449

>The PYRAMID game is over.

https://insidebitcoins.com/news/what-happens-to-crypto-if-the-us-dollar-collapses/186382


7cba27  No.3604630

File: c06895a93a042b9⋯.jpg (170.21 KB, 800x600, 4:3, 1540418319688.jpg)

File: e524f954598bbb0⋯.png (28.12 KB, 651x172, 651:172, Happening.png)

IT'S HAPPENING

>1776 will commence again.

1776 = 21


7cba27  No.3604674

File: 9c64fac5702741f⋯.png (619.61 KB, 684x731, 684:731, GOLD.png)

>>3482855 (checked)

Seems like Gold is becoming sexy again.

I wonder if that means the world is coming to its senses again.

That things are being restored to their natural order?

I wonder what this means for the future - with asteroid mining on the horizon.

With future technologies that might be able to create Gold from nothing.

But that is for later.


7cba27  No.3604813

File: a986a77e14626f5⋯.png (149.34 KB, 690x686, 345:343, 12.png)

File: 6c656389b02584c⋯.png (47.81 KB, 693x224, 99:32, 21.png)

File: 54f4597bfd79a46⋯.png (116.4 KB, 690x525, 46:35, 37.png)

>>3604511

Speaking of players in the game.

Or perhaps actors in the show.

Check this out anons.

We've got Roubini back on the stage along with Vitalik and Arthur Hayes.

They are talking about having a debate between Nouriel and Vitalik that Arthur will "pay all production costs" for.

>ENJOY THE SHOW

More interesting is the timestamps.

Numerology is fun.

Arthur tweets at :12 (mirror of 21).

Vitalik tweets at 6:35 (3x5 + 6 = 21).

Arthur tweets again at :37 which is the same as the number of pages in Roubini's crypto presentation (7x3 = 21).

So even more players in the game than I could have ever guessed at.

It's really hard to know if they are bad an controlled, bad and flipped, or were good all along.

But either way, I dug into Hayes a bit and in a video I found he made a good point that the countries that have sanctions on them now will end up being blockchain leaders due to the fact that they are being forced to innovate.

It actually seems like sanctions are a blessing right now for anyone that wants to exist the Cabal financial system.

That is probably why all these countries that we are politically aligned with are getting huge sanctions from us.

>TRUST THE PLAN

Mmm… and also in another video I found, Hayes said that he got interested in crypto for its ability to disrupt the financial system, which is a field he got fired from.

I wonder why he would support BTC if that is the case, since it lost its disruptive potential a while ago.

Things to consider.


50f132  No.3604979

>>3604674

What? Some fake twatter gold bug posing as Space Force and shilling lotto tickets doesn't make gold sexy again.

Make gold from nothing? GTFO.

>>3604630

>>3604611

>>3604511

Are we back to shilling Bcash again? LAME.


7cba27  No.3605076

File: 9812c8ab366dd45⋯.png (4.87 KB, 200x200, 1:1, IMMO.png)

File: ccf3361b7a1d759⋯.png (93.7 KB, 1177x276, 1177:276, LifeRuneVV.png)

File: 9f98d7844efa21d⋯.png (23.21 KB, 434x447, 434:447, NNWO.png)

File: e86cc48dfeeab30⋯.png (45.74 KB, 404x365, 404:365, 55DONALD.png)

>>3604813

Speaking of Roubini, he tweeted about this:

Wondering if anons have heard of IMMO yet?

https://immo.foundation/

It claims to want to be the 'world reserve cryptocurrency' and apparently has ties to the Rothschilds.

Also was connected to bots that were trying to unpeg Tether.

There are some interesting coincidences with this coin, with its name, with its logo, etc.

Check the pictures to see.

Also if you go to their website you will see the word 'structure', some phoenix symbolism, talks of the 'golden ratio' (where phi = gr = 21).

Cool website btw, I recommend looking into it.

Also if you flip the word IMMO over, it pretty much spells out NNWO, new new world order.


7cba27  No.3605374

File: 25348df9eb593a8⋯.png (356.94 KB, 1113x1050, 53:50, RRR.png)

File: e047fe6995c745f⋯.png (2.91 KB, 228x221, 228:221, PenroseMaidsafe.png)

File: d0b16f0a66af93e⋯.png (27.74 KB, 1080x410, 108:41, safenetwork-mainlogo.png)

File: f3a85e0d1fb6293⋯.png (273.58 KB, 720x384, 15:8, GokuCCSpaceship.png)

>>3489962

>>3489716

Thank you for these crumbs anon.

They helped me to put my head on straight.

I followed the R.R.R. clue around the internet, and I understand what I am looking at with respect to both the state of the economy and to TiTr.

Many coincidences - too many. Javana?

I have followed KDC's advice, and my family now knows as well, but they must take care of themselves.

As things get worse, maybe they will be more galvanized to change.

Also I think I understand these gifts more now, or the reason for them.

As far as I know, I have neither [AIDES] nor [CANCER].

My issue; the reason I keep talking about energy levels, is simply a structural issue with my teeth.

Keeps me from eating enough calories - very simple problem. I'm working on it and making progress.

Until it is resolved I will have to be transient as I am now. Once it is resolved I hope to be able to do more.

>>3604979

Don't cry anon, I'm actually about to dig on Maidsafe.

I did realize the importance of it, and am looking forward to a decentralized internet.

In the first bread I sperged out about the penrose triangle being a Cabal symbol, but I've realized that it could also be a representation for 777.

Their new logo is even more blatant with this.


33640c  No.3605393

>>3605076

>immo.foundation

Why do people think crypto will save us?

Fiat allows everyone to earn the same at the same time. USD for example might have milk at different prices geographically but it's relative to the cost of living and livable wage for that area (why NY/SF/LA pay more because it costs more, relative).

No crypto, that I'm aware of, is giving away free after any ICO's. If there's a limited supply that means the banks can invest $5 in every crypto and essentially recoup any stock/market losses instantly and be back in the game as an entity that only gets more and more valuable as the crypto is used.

I think the only way to get this stuff kicked off is either a fixed income for 'needs' and use ledger systems for 'wants'. This way everyone gets what they need and can buy what they want should they want to enter the workforce. To do this we needed a global currency otherwise there's no baseline for need costs geographically.

So while I disagree with war and violence, I think the nwo going around consolidating the world banking system was a necessary evil.

Hopefully a NEW crypto is unveiled where all governments on the USD adopt at the same time, and instead of an ICO we just get our assets put on the ledger. This would flip the poverty script as most minorities preferred bling (because they learned it can't be seized from police as easily) and whites opted for 401k/ and cash balances


50f132  No.3605800

File: 1d1882932e5ab53⋯.png (648.63 KB, 786x786, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 8416dc2f8b11dc1⋯.png (205.24 KB, 662x394, 331:197, ClipboardImage.png)

>>3605374

777, nice. Hadn't seen that yet.

https://medium.com/safenetwork/a-few-thoughts-from-web3-summit-2018-9966b184519d

>>3605393

See Chart.

Early adopters will get rewarded. Price will find dynamic equilibrium once fully adopted.

There are lots of scenarios. There could be a stable USD coin that the Treasury puts out and then cancels all debt to the FED and all loans to bad actors, while at the same time recouping trillions because of the Dec. 21 E.O.

Legit Cryptos could replace stablecoins/USD, but it could just be an add-on. They aren't mutually exclusive. Plus, some have utility beyond just payments.


7cba27  No.3608451

File: 2844d203c03fb4a⋯.jpg (386.83 KB, 1200x1600, 3:4, v1.jpg)

File: 4d8d588f7a77f23⋯.jpg (66.94 KB, 474x618, 79:103, v2.jpg)

File: 091f66885af29af⋯.jpg (169.37 KB, 1600x900, 16:9, v3.jpg)

File: a6867da9de5b2c2⋯.jpg (164.88 KB, 900x1600, 9:16, v32.jpg)

File: 05db1e2937faf53⋯.png (96.65 KB, 1025x198, 1025:198, 17K.png)

>>3604188

>TiTr theory

Hinges upon that magazine cover being real, of course.

Searching online I found multiple versions of the cover - suspicious.

Glitch in the Matrix?

Also note that a seller on Ebay is letting one version of the magazine go for 17 thousand dollars.


ce11e4  No.3610242

File: 86293c7c81045eb⋯.jpg (68.88 KB, 524x794, 262:397, Root A Boston Fed.JPG)

>>3608451

These are worth moar…..

try and find the original from 1981..none at any price.


ce11e4  No.3611302

File: 6eb14a707d74fd3⋯.jpg (138.38 KB, 1474x686, 737:343, Equity Volumes 5day avg 10….JPG)

File: 2e6885a162119fa⋯.jpg (90.7 KB, 986x617, 986:617, Crap on monday.JPG)

Corps and Banks (fee's collected) are in a panic to push as much debt into the system as it implodes.

Pic 2 is scheduled for monday from Constellation Brands and KeyCorp 'bank'

Notice the coupon rate.

That would be nice for a CD or savings account right?

No soup for us.

1 st pic is 5 day avg of equity vols

https://www.nyse.com/trader-update/history#110000109457


ce11e4  No.3613311

File: d8f88cbb851de41⋯.jpg (75.46 KB, 795x762, 265:254, Stick save.JPG)

That's a big stack of paper….


33640c  No.3615318

>>3611302

Anyone notice ANY currencies on ANY markets going up? Anything to suggest destinations where things are being moved to?


ce11e4  No.3615566

>>3615318

Out of paper-based everything.


7cba27  No.3617401

File: 344e99d27737edc⋯.jpeg (133.66 KB, 724x724, 1:1, DnynQq1XcAAT7wG.jpg_large.jpeg)

File: 51054f64ba595d9⋯.png (242.13 KB, 520x418, 260:209, image.png)

File: c8ac86ec1e58e49⋯.png (16.33 KB, 377x305, 377:305, 1538156705669.png)

>>3604188

On the topic of Tesla and VV.

Pics.

I've checked closely.

I don't think that it is actually him - perhaps a relative.


7cba27  No.3618109

File: 34ebe53515fd6bc⋯.png (576.06 KB, 981x554, 981:554, VV.png)

File: 912f39d98471a5c⋯.png (515.46 KB, 959x532, 137:76, EYE.png)

File: 9b8bbfde8eb46e0⋯.png (273.16 KB, 597x801, 199:267, 17.png)

File: 37ccd5776986805⋯.png (212.03 KB, 640x360, 16:9, ヴイツー.png)

Revisiting Dorian Nakamoto.

Finding things.


ce11e4  No.3618120

File: 0587da11b5f2355⋯.jpg (10.93 KB, 202x293, 202:293, Age of Bitcoin hehe.jpg)


7cba27  No.3618127

File: faa51a22eaee7df⋯.png (156.62 KB, 993x269, 993:269, WishesAndRainbows.png)

>>3610242

I found some on Ebay.

Is this not the right one?

Seems to be going for a decent price considering the age and rarity.

We're in luck too, it's going for 17% off.


2e257b  No.3619192

>>3618127

Road to roots has an interesting take on this one


2e257b  No.3619204

>>3619192

Edit: road 2 roota box weir


50f132  No.3619334

File: e0213d09c655a0a⋯.png (520.7 KB, 889x499, 889:499, ClipboardImage.png)

https://cointelegraph.com/news/chinese-edition-of-book-mastering-bitcoin-appears-on-state-tv-with-sanitized-title


50f132  No.3619341

>>3619334

https://bitcoinist.com/bitcoin-permitted-law-china-court/

"Chinese court confirms Bitcoin protected by law. Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration ruled a case involving cryptos. Inside the verdict: CN law does not forbid owning & transferring bitcoin, which should be protected by law bc its property nature and economic value."


ce11e4  No.3620835

>>3618127

No way that is real…..


50f132  No.3621051

File: 1a66bb74fea398d⋯.png (355.22 KB, 2354x558, 1177:279, Screenshot 2018-10-26 at 1….png)

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2018/10/26/is-bitcoin-secretly-messing-with-the-midterms-221915


80264e  No.3622831

If we truly rid the world of the Cabal I see no reason not to go back to the gold standard. Or even the gold and silver standard. This would require governments around the world to cooperate and that is very damn well possible for the first time in our lives.

If we do go to crypto, I would at least want to go to the gold standard first , stabilize the market and then transition to crypto maybe in select markets first.

When the Fed collapses, I want to see us go to a system we know works before jumping straight into crypto.


50f132  No.3622883

>>3622831

What's with the assumption that crypto and gold are mutually exclusive?


17e3d0  No.3622953

>>3490960

Watch the water…


e0b573  No.3623002

File: d83da2c6aeb5aa9⋯.png (373.98 KB, 639x619, 639:619, titor logo.png)

>>3617401

my body is ready


50f132  No.3623174

>>3622953

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-26/shall-we-add-little-lithium-water-supply


a1c280  No.3623250

>>3622883

They don't have to be, as long as the values either stay at a set price, or if traded the ratios are set.

One thing I'm not sure about are the assets seized from that EO. From what Q has pointed us to, the Rothschild Austrian Forest, they put it on the market and sold it. Where did the money go from the sale? It should go to the people of Austria, not to the Roth's.


7cba27  No.3623946

File: a6ff05d9add8afb⋯.gif (7.32 MB, 346x756, 173:378, TITOR.gif)

File: 45fb5e5f72bc47c⋯.gif (925.59 KB, 540x360, 3:2, CONTACT.gif)

>>3623002

Hmm, what's this?

It's animated.


50f132  No.3624280

File: 4cb8c4c10f68c2d⋯.png (265.12 KB, 888x499, 888:499, ClipboardImage.png)


21bef5  No.3624316

>>3623002

both paths are equally acceptable.


bb6204  No.3624365

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>3624280 GAY like "Happy, Happy-Happy! Joy JOY JOY ! " or frotting and strap-on gay?

EYE get confused - SORRY !

kNOT.

Simon Parkes talks about Blood Djinn: at 00:21:39 he says, "The djiin SEES the hu-man as a PET…"

Is that GAY to you too?


bb6204  No.3624423

>>3617401 therr's sumpting 'bout Dudes that de-knacker dem-selves for Peaceful reason - and then gift the same "Peaceful reason" (Tards) a weapon that can destroy the Earth and more… !

124875 ! y cum so few kNOW DAT?


50f132  No.3624498

>>3624365

I think that's just called projection and externalization of the shadow.

“Where ‘IT’ was, there shall ‘I’ become.”

- Freud

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gestalt_therapy

No need to invent spooks. Enough clowns around here anyway.


bb6204  No.3624506

>>3619341 I bet the Falun Gong say, " '…and IT'S GONE. " (in Chinese LOGICALLY :) - like their organs -FU.

bitconnect, bitcoin, blockchain, datachain,

Proof-of-authority, Proof-of-space, Proof-of-stake, Proof-of-work…

too much "proofs"

BLOOD and SHIT Proves Past Action.

I-AM:NO-CONTRACT:

Shall we "play'a game?


bb6204  No.3624517

>>3624498 Yes, IF - as Simon Parkes says - you haven't harmed Children…

Religari Tards better anoint Simon Parkes with D45 - least they be in CONTRADICTION…

Pray tell: (please) r u in CONTRADICTION with LIVE?


50f132  No.3624530

>>3489243

TAKESHITA

Tekashi69

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/tekashi69-daniel-hernandez-gets-4-years-probation-child-sex-case-new-york-city-2018-10-26/


bb6204  No.3624682

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>3624498 "WHO r da queens?"

ME-ow <:> !


bb6204  No.3624730

>>3624280

>> hey quint - talk to my bitch http://www.louisecypher.com/


ce11e4  No.3628254

File: 320b2a13f64f6db⋯.jpg (22.63 KB, 1111x114, 1111:114, IMF dutch boy finance.JPG)

File: 83e35fc5d446bb3⋯.jpg (42.03 KB, 274x366, 137:183, What me worry.jpg)

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-27/imf-approves-upsized-563bn-bailout-loan-argentina-here-are-implications

IMF Approves Upsized $56.3BN Bailout Loan For Argentina: Here Are The Implications

ex

On Friday, the IMF Executive Board completed its first review of the Argentine 3-year Stand-By Arrangement (SBA). As a result, the revised SBA was upsized to $56.3 billion (SDR40.71BN), up from $50bn under the original program of which $15bn were disbursed in June. With the approval, the IMF will disburse $5.7bn (SDR 4.1bn) immediately, and likely another $7.7bn before the end of the year.

As reported before, the revised SBA augments and frontloads the access to IMF funding: compared with the original SBA access to IMF funding was increased by $19 billion through the end of 2019, to $36.2bn total (up from $17.5bn in the original June SBA). Specifically, US$13.4bn will be disbursed during the remainder of 2018 (on top of $15bn disbursed in June), and another $22.8bn in 2019 (≈$5.7bn/quarter). Finally, $5.9 billion are planned for 2020-21

Furthermore, Goldman notes that the IMF program would no longer be treated as precautionary and the authorities intend to use IMF funds for budget support.

On fiscal policy the new program envisages a zero primary fiscal balance in 2019 and primary surpluses starting in 2020 (although in a curious concession by the IMF, the press release does not mention the 1% of GDP surplus for 2020 that the authorities announced a month ago).

Under the new program, the main innovations relate to monetary and FX policy: in order to “decisively reduce inflation” and inflation expectations the Central Bank will shift toward a “stronger, simpler, and more verifiable monetary policy regime, temporarily replacing the inflation targeting regime with a monetary base target”. The monetary authority will now target zero nominal growth of the monetary base from now until June 2019 (the targets for December and June will be adjusted for seasonal factors given the usual pick up in money demand in those months).

According to Goldman's Alberto Ramos, the new program restrains activism in the FX market. The IMF press release states that “in the event of extreme overshooting of the exchange rate, the BCRA may conduct limited intervention in foreign exchange markets to prevent disorderly market conditions. Such intervention would be unsterilized.”

FX policy will now have a clear rules-based framework: as long as the ARS/USD trades within pre-set moving bands there will be no FX market intervention (which the authorities label the no-intervention zone). Starting October 1, the central bank set the ARS/USD lower-limit at 34 and the upper-limit at 44; the limits will be increased daily at a 3% monthly rate until the end of the year. If the currency starts to trade above the upper-limit the central bank would automatically sell up to US$150mn/daily (a non-sterilized intervention which would imply a contraction of the monetary base).


33640c  No.3629131

>>3623174

>https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-26/shall-we-add-little-lithium-water-supply

Problem with this and fluoride is the average american is fat from getting all their water from soda. Water used for soft-drinks brought through a reverse osmosis process to keep flavor consistent.

The people killing themselves aren't health nuts, they're fat asses unable to consume their woes away so all of this is going to only effect babies, mothers, and organic people that enjoy living stress free lives.

But if they admitted that the solution would be to reduce soft-drinks and NYC knows how well that works. But they can't ignore the problem so they masquerade it and figure out a way to profit from both lithium sales and making those living a quiet life much less independent.


33640c  No.3629149

>>3623946

>It's animated.

It'd be an even more boring movie if it wasn't


fc8439  No.3629307

>>3474911

I feel like post cabal banking will be based on an energetic measure which allots resources based on increasing the underlying efficiency to constantly increase sustainability.

+++++

Yeah that sounds nice, grasping the mechanism though is a problem which I think we be resolved upon release of tech and theory.

+++++


ce11e4  No.3630574

File: a801e236cb4ba6d⋯.jpg (107.11 KB, 1175x709, 1175:709, HYC to infinity.JPG)

Don't be one of these people.

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-27/paranoid-traders-have-seen-market-only-twice-1970s-stagflation-and-global-financial

"Paranoid" Traders Have Seen A Market Like This Only Twice Before: The 1970s Stagflation And The Global Financial Crisis

It's just spoon fed media crap. No humans are involved in trading so these pictures you see of the 'professionals' being worried on the floor has been a movie for a long time.

The first chart is proof that an infinite amount of credit creation simply cannot continue.

The divergence between HY credit and bond market is and has been well-documented however we have never gone this far in a Bull mkt cycle.

Just overlay the DJIA from 1960-64 with 2015-present

We have always had more than we know.


9b9449  No.3631534

>>3629131

If anything went into the water, I think iodine is better than flouride or chlorine. Saw a picture of a canal or something in China where they had a man with some kind of tub or something positioned over the water so he could slowly drop iodine into the water. It might make people smarter though and we can't have that! It's probably not a good idea to use the water supply to medicate people. Something about the ethics of it.


9b9449  No.3631890

File: db94d8dfd073dfd⋯.png (307.92 KB, 600x1024, 75:128, Screenshot_2018-10-27-19-4….png)

File: 1419d19c6804bc4⋯.png (156.79 KB, 600x1024, 75:128, Screenshot_2018-10-27-19-4….png)

I remember this company from seeing its name on money in Central America more than 40 years ago. They also printed US money before the federal government did. Relevant, interesting or both?


7cba27  No.3635714

File: 23e27128ae7ec98⋯.png (847.62 KB, 918x517, 918:517, Takeshita.png)

File: eaa7455a993f04e⋯.png (622.96 KB, 924x517, 84:47, RockMarket.png)

File: 065c29808cb8d0e⋯.png (507.63 KB, 924x514, 462:257, KaBOOM BOOM.png)

File: e3fa09b230a3390⋯.png (483.33 KB, 917x516, 917:516, HEDGE.png)

>>3624530

The prophecy is beginning to unfold.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5O6U2Gus_o


7cba27  No.3648857

File: 518b939e2499b58⋯.png (560.48 KB, 1202x1140, 601:570, 1540786617573.png)

File: ac32f7ee6ae67ef⋯.png (53.42 KB, 772x163, 772:163, GovVSBank.png)

File: 36d4f8aa853b1c7⋯.png (862.32 KB, 866x596, 433:298, LOGO.png)

File: 72ae6ca597e5c63⋯.png (201.18 KB, 498x868, 249:434, RothBanks.png)

Happening


33640c  No.3652933

>>3648857

Anyone else make plans to abandon the USA if the USD doesn't crumble soon? I've got a one-way ticket for Argentina in Jan, and I plan to take my gold&silver with me and never come back.

I've hit the point where I believe everyone just treading water is complicit with supporting a shit system. Two years of MAGA and frankly I don't see the improvement. You can MSM the numbers all you like, they're just more fluff numbers I don't see any proof life has gotten easier.

Everyone's miserable and giving 10% to their jobs. The amount of times I've stood in line while I wait for someone to give a shit to do their job is at least once a day and the only sting I seem to have is to get irate when someone refusing to do more than 10% of their job calling me impatient. I don't even know how to respond to people because they ALL just seem to expect me to meet then 90% of the way. Fuck america and fuck americans.


ce11e4  No.3653129

>>3652933

Don't let the door hit you on the way out.


7f41c8  No.3653261

>>3652933

Please go to Argentina renounce your US citizenship with your gold and silver one less scumbag on social security called KING DOLLAR for a reason fuckface


33640c  No.3653891

>>3653129

>>3653261

>Please go to Argentina renounce your US citizenship with your gold and silver one less scumbag on social security called KING DOLLAR for a reason fuckface.

LOL. I would never renounce my citizenship. You have to pay to do that and it's been worth less than nothing, so why buy in more to get out? SocialSecurity is something I'll never see. No one born after 1970 will see social security despite paying into it their entire lives. What's retirement 65 today, 55 yesterday, and 99 tomorrow? How's your FDIC gonna work out with 99 years to repay? It's all a scam and funny that you idiots are here to 'prepare' for the collapse, yet I'm the prick for calling you out on it.

You're all NPCs. This site's been good for one thing, to find all you jesus loving "critical thinkers". You're not independent thinkers, you're just idiots on a bible questioning everything and waiting for someone to save you other than yourselves.

Any of you have businesses that mean anything or are you all incels with jobs in your mothers basements with 8ch and marvel forums in your bookmarks?

Go try and start a business and tell me america is great. Mine were successful until you need the government to do it's job and regulate your enterprise competitors.


50f132  No.3656853

>>3653891

Ché, blocked.


57b181  No.3657166

>>3653891

>I've hit the point where I believe everyone just treading water is complicit with supporting a shit system. Two years of MAGA and frankly I don't see the improvement. You can MSM the numbers all you like, they're just more fluff numbers I don't see any proof life has gotten easier

I have started two businesses with my wife and family helping out and find that I have dedicated my time and effort far more as a self employed individual than I ever would working for someone else. Perhaps your frame of perspective is dragging your successful endeavors down more than any systemic problem- why do you expect immediate respect without giving it first? Try looking at your fellow man as capable instead of feckless and incapable of success. Maybe people see your low expectations and react to it.

And if you are looking for easy- there is no easy buddy… Life is about the struggles you face and how you react to them. You can set yourself up for a fall, trying to reach an unreachable goal. People living together with as little conflict as is possible is a reachable goal and America is where you will find that more than anywhere else. But enjoy Argentina Sen`ior! XD

>>3653891


ce11e4  No.3658240

File: 1633bb7c6a6ce56⋯.jpg (65.9 KB, 800x486, 400:243, Charlie don't surf.jpg)

eventually our adversary's would come here.


d25d03  No.3658710

File: 8c2f261fd4bc854⋯.mp4 (1.56 MB, 640x360, 16:9, videoplayback-2.mp4)


7cba27  No.3659022

File: 2b2a23ccfa3b4a0⋯.jpg (177.2 KB, 1405x1124, 5:4, SN.jpg)

>>3653891

>>3652933

Anon, I share in the spirit of your frustrations.

I know the pain you describe.

That is exactly why I am so interested in Bitcoin.

My intuition tells me a world running on HARD money would be something amazing and unbelievable.

Money is the lifeblood of any society. A transactional language that shapes the way people value reality itself.

If society runs on worthless money, then the society itself will become worthless.

The people in that society will become worthless too.

'THIS IS WHY I STRUGGLE ON BEHALF OF CRYPTO

Imagine if society ran on a hard currency that could not be debased. Imagine what that would mean.

People would think twice before spending. Companies would think twice before creating.

Products would be forced to become higher quality.

People themselves would be forced to become higher quality.

Society would transform.

This is the reality we are trying to build.

An anon in the last thread asked the critical question:

>>2766886

>What would the World be like if...

The answer is better. Much better.

Most people don't get it yet.

They will.

They are shortsighted.

But soon they will see as I do.


7cba27  No.3659089

File: 2730009bfe0dcb4⋯.jpg (51.3 KB, 696x449, 696:449, initiativeq-696x449.jpg)

File: ee2656e6ccbd500⋯.png (142.15 KB, 1025x449, 1025:449, WhatisInQ.png)

https://initiativeq.com/

Here come dat gesara

Looks like,

Could be.

2M stash.

Valued at 1M per.

In line with: >>2766886

Any lurkers here, I'd recommend checking this site out.

>Q

Q

Q

No coincidences?


50f132  No.3659709

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-29/greyerz-china-just-took-delivery-massive-amount-gold-london-new-york

Eric King:

“Egon, they (the money managers for the elite in China) have virtually all of the high net worth clients into (physical) gold.”

Now why would we want to do anything to make gold go up? Gold bug rek.


7cba27  No.3660205

File: 62e84baf593894c⋯.png (207.07 KB, 770x950, 77:95, Reserves.png)

File: f77fc6f6efdf34b⋯.jpg (113.29 KB, 780x438, 130:73, 180518160717-01-pdf-steve-….jpg)

File: bcafce0708da3ba⋯.jpg (118.04 KB, 961x490, 961:490, 20171002_gold2.jpg)

>>3659709

That is a good question anon.

Should we burn down the house in order to kill the infestation?

Maybe there are better ways.


50f132  No.3660512

>>3660205

Needed to roll up his sleeves? Or no A/C in Fort Knox?

No need to burn. How to catch a dangerous animal? Smoke them out.

These are CB transfers of gold. They think they will go to safe keeping. They' find that all they have are IOUs and a debt ledger of the treasury, i.e. no real assets and power ties cut.

REKT


4393f5  No.3660888

Gold and Silver are the only money. Bitcoin is just giving control to someone else.

While I do believe electronic money is here to stay, it has to be 1-1 backed by precious metals, just like paper money used to be.


50f132  No.3660900

>>3659089

Saar Wilf is a flat earth mossad propagandist. GTFO.


33640c  No.3662191

>>3657166

>I have started two businesses with my wife and family helping out and find that I have dedicated my time and effort far more as a self employed individual than I ever would working for someone else. Perhaps your frame of perspective is dragging your successful endeavors down more than any systemic problem- why do you expect immediate respect without giving it first?

Great. I can start 2 businesses in 5 minutes right now. I thought i made it clear starting a business is as simple as a TID and name not in use. You can start a business in any country in a couple minutes thanks to the internet. What makes america great? The legal system it advertises. That system is unusable unless you have lawyers on staff or millions to invest. Ever get a contract where you needed to hire more employees to complete, then not get paid? That's where the banks come in and that's when you're done.

Ever have to hire a lawyer, or a firm, and spend $50k to hear it's not worth pursuing even though they think/know you'll win your case you won't get your money? Ever sell a company? Ever need the police to investigate something?

I'm not going to go into specifics because frankly I don't think 8ch is so anonymous but I've had to rely on the police exactly 3 times and they just don't do anything but write tickets and ensure they're making money. There is no law and order, they just ensure there's no organizations gaining ground to contest them. That's it, they exist to serve themselves not citizens or the law.

Like the social security system? Like the fact it's been hacked and you're no liable for anything done with your SSN? I love it. My sister had her info stolen when government employees were leaked. My info was apart of that credit hack a couple years ago and I've got two marks for accounts I never opened and I now need to wait years for it to disappear. No matter what you're told you can't contest derogatory marks, there's no burden of proof to put debts on a credit report.

America is great for work, not to live. It will not support you back unless, like I wrote, you're not small business and that's a nearly impossible feat. Good luck getting to $500m in yearly revenue and staying a decent person. This system is not going to help you so WTF are you paying for.

This guy knows https://hooktube.com/watch?v=L-zjGMT06hE


33640c  No.3662215

>>3658710

Aside from Jurassic Park, this was the only movie I watched multiple times. Most of you are just geeks with jobs. Kudos if you're smart enough to be contractors. Just wait until you mingle with big business and think the law will represent you.

>>3659022

I love the idea of crypto but I don't trust it because I know encryption is a joke and internet is 99% NWO organizations. Look at gab's struggles. Think that comcast bittorrent meddling won't fuck up bitcoin when it really threatens a currency? Wonder why net neutrality isn't in effect? Would it matter when NN does get implemented if we're already living in a "ends justify the means" era? Government controls internet more than you know. Encryption doesn't exist and the only reason you don't know this is they want you trusting your information with it. Once money moves to the internet people will start to see how futile it is to HOLD. Public ledger is the only way but banks work on a system of trust, people can be corrupted, and people make tech. There's no way to have an opensource system compete with a government and close sourced. This board is a great example to show how even btc was quietly taken by big business.


50f132  No.3662231

>>3662215

Seriously, shut the fuck up. You clearly have no idea what you're talking about. Say something intelligent that shows you've done your research or get the FUCK out. You have no business here except to slide. BLOCKED.


ce11e4  No.3662626

File: a7f0e6502ff94ee⋯.png (190.65 KB, 600x456, 25:19, BIS.png)

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/theres-bearish-myth-going-around-earnings-season-192854410.html

HODL ;)


82c774  No.3669690

File: cc47e1521702f9c⋯.jpeg (138.24 KB, 640x910, 64:91, CC765E70-7597-477D-AD30-8….jpeg)

>>3660205

Interdasting.

Been wonder if official gold holding stats can be trusted or not.

Came across this:

https://www.silverdoctors.com/gold/gold-news/11-tons-of-gold-missing-from-australia-and-now-england-denies-australia-access-to-its-gold/


ce11e4  No.3670113

>>3669690

untrustworthy for many years

MANY


4404c0  No.3670336

>>3670113

Unfortunately very much so. Paper vs physical last count gold x213 silver x533 on zerohedge. Shitstorm a coming


ce11e4  No.3674073

File: ebc7f7372240725⋯.jpg (95.54 KB, 1163x662, 1163:662, GM Sales numbers.jpg)

File: fffb98de837c26c⋯.jpg (58.65 KB, 500x416, 125:104, Fuckin idiots.jpg)

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-31/gm-soars-10-after-beating-dramatically-lowered-earnings-bar

I'm sure cash for clunkers and channel-stuffing has nothing to do with your 'beat'. Pulling all that demand forward while still being able to rent almost every available lot to put your 'sales' on.

pic shows trend up to 2012.


ce11e4  No.3674897

seems we have some issues with baking today on the /research side. Currently no available bread.

Fuckery afoot


ce11e4  No.3675614

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2018/10/31/business/economy-business/japan-looks-use-pacific-trade-pact-shield-tough-u-s-demands/

ex

Now that the year-end launch of a trans-Pacific free trade framework has become official, expectations are growing that it will provide Japan with a much-anticipated line of defense ahead of bilateral trade talks with the United States.

The 11-member pact, once envisioned as a check on China’s clout but abandoned by U.S. President Donald Trump as part of his “America First” agenda, will kick in on Dec. 30, economic revitalization minister Toshimitsu Motegi said Wednesday, after Australia became the sixth country to ratify the deal.

Frantic behind-the-scenes, Japanese-led diplomacy kept a slimmed-down version of the pact alive among the remaining members after the U.S. withdrawal in hopes of a change of heart in Washington about eventually rejoining the deal.

Even without the participation of the world’s largest economy, the deal, known as the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, has been described as a game-changer.


e3e6c2  No.3676629

Question for you $$ guys:

Military TSP safe to get into?


aca16f  No.3677496

>>3659089

Did a mini dig on this.

One of the cofounders is Professor Lawrence H. White who is very anti-Fed and is also a big fan of FA Hayek, an economist who laid out how terrible government economic planning is.

I searched a few places to see if I could find any connections to J. Powell or Jon Faust and didn't turn anything up.

The Q is indeed interesting. It looks like their twitter was created in April 2018, which is after Q. Maybe one of both of the founders are Q fans.

Of course I am biased as a bitcoin proponent, but the issues I see with their system is that it requires no "skin in the game". That is, it's free to join. When the critical mass of people are established, who have had to do nothing other than sign up, will they be able to encourage merchant adoption on a global scale? Or will it be another niche community.

Bitcoinanons will have been fighting for years in the trenches, trying to make their hard earned and carefully made investment worth something.

Just some thoughts for anons' consideration.


50f132  No.3677761

>>3677496

Looks like just another variation on a classic crypto scam. We've been through what in 10 years? 3-4 waves of this garbage?

If there's any relation to Q, it's only a hijacking attempt trying to profit off the momentum of the real thing. I'm not a BTC maximalist, but this type of stuff drives me in that direction.


aca16f  No.3677851

File: f3b2e8fb76a6ee5⋯.png (336.46 KB, 661x390, 661:390, contactreleasedate.PNG)

File: f3af1111ee49c24⋯.png (639.25 KB, 937x565, 937:565, foster.PNG)

File: bc787b03444ec28⋯.png (289.77 KB, 542x678, 271:339, fosterdch.png)

>>3623946

>CONTACT.gif

That whole movie is based.

Themes from Contact (spoilers):

>We are not alone

Obvious

>Trust the plan

Ellie could have been killed by a mod they added to the alien craft that wasn't in the aliens' original plans.

>Secret white hat plans exist

A second craft exists after the first one is blown up by terrorists

>Have faith

>God is Real

Ellie is an atheist until her ineffable experience with a greater power. It is a very nuanced explanation of God Is Real IMO

>Release date: 7/11/97

7 + 1 + 1 + 9 + 7 = 25 = 5 x 5

>5:5

7 days after 7/4/97 = 221 years since 7/4/1776

221 = 13 x 17

>Matthew Mcconaughey

>Jodie Foster

Both are tight-lipped about their political beliefs. (unusual for hollywood folk)

Foster did have one interesting take on the 2016 elections (pics related). Take note of the way she calls it absurd and says it was too absurd for a "movie". Clever language without denouncing Trump. Talks about banking system problems.

https://dailycaller.com/2016/05/10/jodie-foster-on-the-presidential-election-its-absurd/

>learn to read our comms.

>you are watching a movie.


aca16f  No.3678103

>>3608451

Interesting that there are multiple versions of this.

I played with the letters from the "Afghan Exit" version as if it were an anagram. You can make but are left with a variety of seemingly useless letters thereafter:

>ALAN GREENSPAN SATOSHI NAKAMOTO BITCOIN PHEONIX MATTHEW SEVEN

Alternatively, you can do

>ALAN GREENSPAN SATOSHI NAKAMOTO BITCOIN PHEONIX MATTHEW

and be left with 21 (kek) unused letters that contain the word "seven"

I can't confirm 100% that my solves are accurate. Only 98% if an anon wants to double check.

Lastly, thank you for your digs anon. I have been working on other things, but I read this thread every day.


aca16f  No.3678118

>>3678103

Also, I should have added, I only used the letters from the top right "headline" section of the cover, no place else.


aca16f  No.3678312

File: a24c5ccca4977fb⋯.png (150.45 KB, 772x480, 193:120, a24c5ccca4977fb0e73ffd1cc3….png)

>>2527461 (lb)

In playing some more with the gematria, I seem to keep noticing that there seems to be some importance to primes. E.g.:

>Satoshi Nakamoto = 181

181 is the 42nd prime and is also 21 x 2. Pic form lb.

>>2805367 (lb)


c4173e  No.3678477

File: c436f7169afa9f7⋯.jpeg (12.44 KB, 198x250, 99:125, Mathematics Proves Holy ….jpeg)

>>3678312

The brilliant Chuck Missler, was the student.


50f132  No.3678493

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>3678312

Book of Matthew

Donald "John" Trump

Jair "Messiah" Bolsonaro (voting number "17")

God is Brazilian…

Brazilian banks just unblocked two Bitcoin exchanges' accounts at local banks yesterday.

What else?


1b4587  No.3678708

>>3604674

>Gold from nothing

You mean transmuting it from other elements? Maybe in the distant future, but at this point, it's so far beyond cost-effective that we might as well assume it's impossible.

>asteroid mining

Certainly a good source of gold, and an even better source of platinum and its neighbors. Asteroid mining would remove one of the major escape hatches for inflation. But they will have to be careful with this, because the serfs cannot ever be allowed free-range access to space. What if a mining colony revolted? How would the elite be able to control the evolution of those people? They could not… and the scary thing is that in the long run, living in the asteroid belt would be a lot better for our genetic health than living in the commie favela shithole they have planned for us.


ce11e4  No.3682781

File: a7f0e6502ff94ee⋯.png (190.65 KB, 600x456, 25:19, BIS.png)

File: 2e62246ccb0a74d⋯.png (224.88 KB, 1600x900, 16:9, BIS Lean 14Q.png)

File: b37a0b4cb7887b4⋯.png (237.98 KB, 1600x900, 16:9, BIS Lean 2.png)

These docs dropped today show the complete takeover by tech of the bay area.

Lock, stock and everything else not tied down or defended.

What I see here is 2 sided. Not only does it create a call on virtually everything in this country…pretty obvious there.

It also allows the note holder to create more debt because it can book this receivable now as an annuity going forward.

This is key in understanding how our system is put together. All of the regulations that were removed after 1982 were just setting us up for what we now have. A black hole of debt and money creation to support it. Wall Street decided

'hey we need some of THAT shit too"

Enter Donald Regan ex ML CEO/CBOD

https://www.economist.com/obituary/2003/06/19/donald-regan

The almost comical nature of this document for what it really does and conveys is………..staggering. Filing a response to any court document is more time-consuming than this.

Can you execute someone more than once?


6c76db  No.3682847

bump


50f132  No.3684865

File: 9c77e2f59bfc51b⋯.png (487.48 KB, 1214x1144, 607:572, Screenshot 2018-11-01 at 0….png)


ce11e4  No.3685105

Futures up, no surprise. Now the sacks of crap the system moved around to themselves towards the qtr close are moved back to the original owners.

hence the flow is sustained for another qtr.


53c946  No.3685413

File: 8cbdc214839efbd⋯.gif (16.82 KB, 630x410, 63:41, silver this am.gif)

Here is an interesting jump this am


c4173e  No.3685856

>>3474911

North: https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/ci37409762/executive

West: https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/nc73104206/executive

Singularity.


ce11e4  No.3686443

>>3685413

Been a few of those recently.

found this:

https://exploreoakridge.com/blog/calutron-girls-of-oak-ridge

ex

During World War II, thousands of women moved to the newly established city of Oak Ridge in search of a better life. With many young men serving overseas, there was a demand for a new female labor force. Women were drawn to jobs at Clinton Engineer Works (a front for the Manhattan Project) with promises of good pay and affordable lodging. A former calutron girl, Gladys Owens, recalled that the rent at her dormitory was $10 per month.

While many of the women who moved to Oak Ridge were from nearby towns in Tennessee, workers came from around the South and even from towns in the Midwest and cities in the Northeast. By 1945, 75,000 people were living and working in the Secret City.

Overall market is toppy and volume declining.

NAS vol better

I'd snif around for a short here but not much.


53c946  No.3686888

>>3686443

What are your thoughts on the murmur that JPMC got a 10 year immunity deal to "manage" the AU/AG markets after it acquired Bear Stearns & its physical stash? Seems to me that if Hussein wanted to pause the fiat collapse or a decade until the 2nd phase of the 16 year plan, it seems like a means to the end. Especially considering COMEX Chicago connections post 2012 I check CFTC daily for any kind of news. But Im not sure it will come b4 the 'POP'


ce11e4  No.3687005

>>3686888

I think you are spot on. They also acquired the legacy short position. That has been handed off every 10-12 years for decades. Can't recall the sequence but it's been in or on the books of some familiar names. Sal. Bros., Drexel BL, to name a few.

The run up smashed on the same day we 'catch' OBL plus birth cert drama just stank.

They short it at the top and drive it down collecting phys and it's short profit to boot.

As far as the evil plan….perhaps they were going to take it with them and bail to China or SouthPole or who knows Mars bitches!


599f37  No.3687056

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Great overview of manipulations of commodities


33640c  No.3687122

>>3686888

Where's the source for this? I'd like to know when this rumor started so we know when the clock is up. 10 years could be 2021. Silver has only declined since 2011, after peaking at 50, so we're talking 3 years after bear stearns shorting finally took effect. You're all here planning for a immediate collapse based on what, insolvency?

I don't understand how you're ALL q followers, hence the qresearch board, which must mean you trust the message of Q, but Q's message is trust Trump yada yada and think he's going to just fold the economy and ignore the message of "some will never know because they don't choose to". If the economy were to collapse there wouldn't be anyone in America that didn't know.


af4161  No.3687959

>>3687122

Plus POTUS keeps talking good about 401ks. If the market crashes from White hats or black hats, people are going to freak.


ce11e4  No.3688016

>>3687122

Source: Your own eyes

Starting place: treasury.gov


33640c  No.3688033

>>3688016

You're a neckbeard cis virgin with no job or friends. "where's the proof" "right here on the internet"

Useless fucking twat


4404c0  No.3688187

>>3687122

The jpmc acquisition was 10 years last month. Look at jpmc's short since then.


33640c  No.3688195

>>3688187

So it's done and nothing happened. Why continue speculation it clearly had no impact


4404c0  No.3688206

>>3687122

A financial rest i.e. systemic collapse is neccessary to remove the fiat, fed, bis and cabal. Think of it as the 2nd phase


53c946  No.3688731

>>3688195

The impact comes when JPMC stops shorting the market i.e. Oct 18 when the immunity ran out. The measures to control the price are now no longer protected and runs cannot be dragged down with manufactured shorts any longer.


50f132  No.3688775

https://www.forbes.com/sites/lelalondon/2018/11/01/is-initiative-q-the-new-bitcoin/#9efee6f783fd

Libtard author. Careful who you follow. Cucked ass send me free money scam.


ce11e4  No.3689587

File: 24e9a77a692cdc8⋯.jpg (13 KB, 207x210, 69:70, Hussein 420.jpg)

>>3688033

Smoke up buddy


0c8cf7  No.3697931

>>3659089 muh graphene :)


26cd00  No.3698049

File: ed5c64363ada815⋯.png (24.65 KB, 1144x429, 8:3, ClipboardImage.png)

>>3687959

Do you think the white hats have a new sysem ready to go without causing too much pain?

Any thoughts on the quantum financial system?


26cd00  No.3698100

>>3677761

Precisely. This resembles the same pyramid scheme scams such as Bitconnect and others. What is the source of trust? Who gives value? What are the best technological advancements in the payment industry for the past ten years? Do decentralized blockchains figure in that scope?

If not, what's the fucking point of this?


50f132  No.3698229

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>3698100

>If not, what's the fucking point of this?


50f132  No.3698249

>>3698049

No predictions.

Only future proves past.

Good filter for shills.


ce11e4  No.3699177

File: 14b83ff9e0ea095⋯.jpg (68.87 KB, 1017x465, 339:155, Think mirror.JPG)

Not unusual thing to see repeating patterns in this over years.

Not usual times at present. ^…..^


33640c  No.3699481

A way to get VZ gold cheap, gobble it up, then roll to GLD standard?

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-11-01/trump-orders-sanctions-on-venezuela-gold-to-pressure-maduro


50f132  No.3700773

File: b82d2b5f290afdf⋯.png (40.41 KB, 976x294, 488:147, Screenshot 2018-11-02 at 1….png)


c4173e  No.3704605

>>3700773

Jack Dorsey = Bad Actor

10/10, Cash was inseminated

11/15, Cash is born

10/31, S.N. info. dump:

https://twitter.com/satoshi/with_replies


ce11e4  No.3712321

File: bca44444c7d7344⋯.jpg (33.43 KB, 640x360, 16:9, PR.jpg)

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-01/tether-says-it-has-18-billion-offshore-bank-account

ex

It has been two weeks since tether, the "stablecoin" of choice for crypto day traders who need to quickly enter and exit positions in different alt coins, broke below its $1 peg to trade as low as 85 cents as long-simmering doubts about its dollar backing exploded back into view, stoked by rumors that several prominent exchanges were preparing to de-list it.

While tether has recovered, skepticism about the feasibility of tether, and "stablecoins" in general, has continued to fester, stoked by the fact that tether's parent company has never bothered to publish an audit of its holdings to prove to the public that it has the necessary dollar reserves to guarantee convertibility. Tether also found itself at the center of a separate controversy back in June when a University of Texas academic published a paper alleging that shady traders were using tether to manipulate the price of bitcoin.

moar ref

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/02/technology/cryptocurrency-puerto-rico.html

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-03-14/mysterious-crypto-billionaires-taking-over-puerto-rico


ce11e4  No.3712332

File: a8eeec1bdc58b05⋯.jpg (78.1 KB, 640x531, 640:531, Your money with these douc….jpg)

>>3712321

Of course I would trust money I had in that system (EOS, BitFinex, tether, Noble bank) since this guy was involved in it.


50f132  No.3712493

>>3712321

>>3712332

They're not mysterious. It's Brock Pierce's Hollywierd pedo cult. Dan Larimer and his dad's derp state MIC buddies with Ratheon and Lockheed. Who else?


ce11e4  No.3712642

File: 7f5f76fb7d3fb40⋯.jpg (20.82 KB, 400x236, 100:59, 400px-Alpha_Theta_chapter_….jpg)

>>3712493

never said they were mysterious…pretty obvious what these 'people' were up to..years ago.


50f132  No.3712728

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Which are you?


ce11e4  No.3712866

File: a77e92eef371b34⋯.png (90.87 KB, 255x191, 255:191, You lost now fuck off.png)

>>3712728

you don't shadow bot..nothing else to do but follow us around?


50f132  No.3713334

>>3712866

Nothing else to do but MAGA.


50f132  No.3718783

File: b1b9967deefb87a⋯.png (121.5 KB, 1542x550, 771:275, ClipboardImage.png)

TBL


9e4218  No.3728071

File: c64066735968739⋯.jpg (153.38 KB, 1211x1346, 1211:1346, csw.JPG)


50f132  No.3728144

>>3728071

Haha Bcash sucks. Divide and conquer.

BUY BTC!


c4173e  No.3728985

>>3728144

You are a Bad Actor.

Conflict, 10/10

Enter Crypto (BCH),10/31 (after Golden State Quakes)

Exit Crypto, 11/11 (the day everything changed)

You have 1 chance.


50f132  No.3729454

>>3728985

English please.


50f132  No.3729529

https://medium.com/@pierrechevalier83/safe-and-solid-the-internet-as-it-should-be-5f9bdee42685

SAFE and Solid: the internet as it should be

In his talk: “An introduction to the Solid ecosystem” last weekend at Mozilla Festival 2018, Ruben Verborgh laid out very clearly the case for Solid as a tool to give people back their choice on the Web.

The talk was very accessible and inspirational, so I thought I would try and spread the message in blog format for those who couldn’t attend.

I am a member of the SAFE Network community. In the second part of this blogpost I share my personal opinion on the synergy that I see between the Solid project and the SAFE Network project to make the internet at the service of its users.

The vision

In the original vision for the internet, users would be empowered to access their own data or data that was shared with them at their own leisure. If they decided to share data with someone, only that person would have access to the data. A World Wide Web.

Somewhere along the way, the reality took a sharp turn away from the vision as a small number of large companies started to place themselves between different users of the internet to harvest the extremely invaluable resource that is user’s data. This led to today’s state of affair where the large majority of all data on the internet is stored in the datacenters of a handful of humoungously large companies which design their applications with two objectives: harvest as much data as possible; sell adds.

The Solid ecosystem enables the individual to use the apps they need, while storing their data wherever they want. They own their data, and share it with the apps and people they choose.

In today’s world, to make an app that is profitable; one must enter the data silo game or place advertisement from one of the internet giants, hence reinforcing their oligopoly. Given the headstart these companies have, it is nigh impossible to compete. This means that the apps ecosystem suffers from a sever lack of competition which limits innovation.

With Solid, some companies can sell data storage and other companies can develop applications. This enable application developpers to have one goal in mind: provide value to the users. The users can then pay a fair price for the value they received and don’t have to enter a contract whereby they give away every piece of data that’s dear to them for the purpose of analysis by robots that try and optimize their ability to get into one’s head to coerce one into buying so and so’s latest product. The price will be fair by necessity as any programmer who can provide better value will be able to enter the competition.

On the other side of the equation, some companies would sell access to servers. No data mining necessary: just plain and simple access to a computer in their datacenter. This computer would run the Solid server software and act as a data pod. These would also be able to compete fairly as a mountain of data wouldn’t be a prerequisite to profitability. In fact, the barrier to entry would be so low that technically savy individuals could decide to host their own data themselves.

Decentralization

“Decentralization” in Solid is not needing centralized platforms to enjoy the Web.

As everyone gets back control of their data, a completely new paradigm becomes possible: a single web application can access and display data from many different sources.

For instance, a news application could show an article hosted on the news outlet’s pod, display the writer’s profile hosted on the pod the author uses for their professional persona. Comments and likes on the article would be hosted in each different individual’s data pod.

This allows an unprecedented level of granularity in access granted to applications. A news application may access the information about which news articles I like and no other information about me.

Every piece of data can link to any other piece of data and the application is only a vessel to display meaningful relationships between different pieces of data. In other words, the fact that I liked a blogpost about Solid doesn’t belong to the blogging application. It belongs to me. I can grant access to that information to any application and they can display this information in the most meaningful way.

How does this even work?

The Solid project is not a company or organization. It is not just software. It is an ecosystem: a set of standards used to describe how different instances should cooperate. It is a movement: the mindset about the very essence of a web application is evolving. It is a community: people, companies and organizations are building Solid together.

1/3


50f132  No.3729537

>>3729529

Anyone can build or host software for Solid.

The Solid server acts as a data pod that stores and guards one’s data. The data pod is a regular Web server with support for access control and Linked Data (two new web standards that are part of the Solid ecosystem).

The Solid data pod is application agnostic. Any application can be built using data from any data pod. All application specific logic resides in clients.

A typical data pod can contain any data an individual creates or needs online: user profile, photos, comments, likes, blogposts… The list goes on.

Solid clients are browser or native apps that read from or write to user’s data pod.

Users can choose very precisely what part of their data pod any application can access.

Who’s behind it?

Solid started as a MIT project lead by Tim Berners-Lee. Its development is now accelerated by the newly created startup: Inrupt.

Taking it to the next level: SAFE and Solid?

David Irvine, inventor of the SAFE Network and Tim Berners-Lee, co-inventor of the world wide web and head of the Solid project at the Decentralized Web Summit 2018.

I am convinced of the potential Solid has to disrupt the established order of the internet by enabling application developers to materialize their vision without having to compete with corporate giants on who can gather the most data and mine it most efficiently.

A Solid internet would align the incentives of web developers and users for the first time since the very early days of the internet.

The point in this vision that I think can still be improved on is the pod:

There are two possible ways to store one’s data in a pod:

The user may be sufficiently technologically savy to run and administrate their own server, with appropriate measures to ensure data security from theft or loss. This is a task that only a small elite will have the competence to undertake.

Alternatively they must delegate this task to a pod provider. They must then place their trust in a company. That is they must trust the company’s competence and good intentions.

Enter the SAFE Network, a protocol to store any data on a secure and distributed peer-to-peer network. Data on the SAFE Network is split into chunks that are distributed onto a network of people’s computer. Each chunk is encrypted and stored in multiple locations to make data-loss practically impossible. No trust is necessary as the encryption key for a user’s data never leaves this user’s computer. Unlike traditional peer-to-peer networks, no identifiable information is shared as peers only know of other peers through an opaque identifier.

Using the SAFE Network as a store for user’s and company’s data, one could replace Solid servers with a serverless, trustless autonomous network. This would make data security a first class feature of the Solid vision.

When will the web be SAFE and Solid?

Solid is still in early stages of development, with an implementation of the Solid server and a small number of applications being already available. Progress of the project can be followed on their website: https://solid.inrupt.com/how-it-works

The SAFE Network is currently in alpha stages of development with still a significant amount of work ahead of it. The progress can be followed here: https://safenetwork.tech/timeline/

Both projects have already proved the viability of their vision through protocols and working code that have been released and developed in the open over the last 12 years for the SAFE Network and 5 years for Solid.

Communication between the projects has accelerated over the last year, culminating in a proof-of-concept social network on the SAFE Network using RDF, a standard from the Solid movement.

Re-inventing the internet is no small feat, so a significant amount of engineering is still required before the vision can be fully realized. Individuals of any level of knowledge and skills can find ways to help either project get closer to their vision.

Both communities have discussion forums where they welcome newcomers: https://forum.solidproject.org/ and https://safenetforum.org/

Join us in creating an internet by the people, for the people!


50f132  No.3729541

Sorry, just needed 2/3.


ce11e4  No.3736616

been awfully quiet out of treasury lately, Nothing.

SM real allegiance is still under a cloud. Have never trusted him due to indymac/onewest/frb dealings.

Would love to see what transpired in the meeting from last week.


6735c8  No.3736779

I hope that a new office is created in the Treasury whose sole purpose is to ensure no Cabal/Luciferian/OldFamily/Illuminati symbolism shows up on the new US TREASURY currency. Fuck those guys. They’re all fags.


ce11e4  No.3740915

File: 2709d895828847c⋯.jpg (83.92 KB, 1498x580, 749:290, 110518 10yr.JPG)

File: 8def7e61d926075⋯.jpg (85.17 KB, 350x547, 350:547, Bacon Grenade.jpg)

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-05/treasury-sell-record-amount-debt-yields-verge-breakout

As previewed on Halloween, when we broke down the Treasury's latest quarterly refunding, the US Treasury is set for a record round of Treasury note and bond auctions, selling a whopping $83 billion, up from $78 billion three months ago, and surpassing the prior all time refunding total set by Tim Geithner back in 2009.

But before that, the week starts off in a frenzy of sales as the Treasury sells three- and six-month bills on Monday and four-, eight- and 52-week Bills ahead of a week crowded with the U.S. midterm elections, FOMC meeting and coupon auctions. Specifically, the Treasury will auction $45b of three-month and $39BN of six-month bills at 11:30am ET on Monday; followed by $26BN of 52-week debt on Tuesday, while the sizes of four- and eight-week offerings will be unveiled at 11am ET on Monday.

As we noted previously, the ballooning budget shortfall, fueled by Trump's tax cuts, spending hikes and an aging population, will result in a massive $1.34 trillion in total bond sales this calendar year.

Add this:

November 7-8 FOMC Meeting (Nov)

See pic 2


ce11e4  No.3741519

File: 7b37a1aa89cb015⋯.jpg (64.49 KB, 830x467, 830:467, 830px-Human_Shield.jpg)

>>3728985

BCH

24 Hour Change

-4.43 %

How did that work out since WEDS?


c4173e  No.3741714

>>3741519

10/31, $413 USD

11/5, $543

11/11, Exit


ce11e4  No.3742550

good luck getting through the exits along with everyone else.


33640c  No.3745665

>>3736779

Why do all of you crypto fans think Trump will opt for an existing coin? Wouldn't this risk putting a foreigner as the lead owner or a bank? Didn't we read about winklevoss twins owning 1% and SVB owning $100m back when it was ~$300/ea?

Also wouldn't crypto mean EVERYONE that wants to participate in the economy needs a smart-phone or computer which would likely make all elderly people dead broke with little to no chance to survive?

I'm not hating, I just don't see how it's plausible. Just because there's like 20b phones out there doesn't mean they're not mostly in Indian closets.

Also it would mean our entire economy relies on foreign tech because none of this is made in america and we've already got reports to show it's all bugged or flawed.


50f132  No.3747156

>>3745665

Satoshi Nakasone


33640c  No.3747285

>>3747156

>Satoshi Nakasone

I knew the board was good for nothing


33640c  No.3748231

>>3740915

What percentage do each quarterly sale represent? Wouldn't more money mean selling more and more like compound interest?


d206a0  No.3749800

File: bc5804d0a18c10a⋯.jpg (379.34 KB, 3621x824, 3621:824, BCHRICHEST.JPG)

>>3745665

Who said anything about Trump choosing the coin?

Maybe anons and we the people will choose the coin?

Crypto maybe wouldn't be "necessary" per se, just a new standardized medium of exchange. Think of it like a "universal basic income" starter pack for the reset, so nobody will starve/get booted from their homes.

There are many cases for BCH, but two of the most compelling imo

-An unspent ~1m coins which may be divvied up in the future by Satoshi (when he reveals himself) to regular everyday Americans. Assume no such agency = Satoshi and no such agency = White Hats. Think basic income starter pack for stability during transition period. 1 million coins to 8 decimal places = easy exchange rate to cover entirety of America.

-Q coincidences (pb)

Nothing but speculation and hypothesis from this anon


ce11e4  No.3749963

>>3745665

You have to have both dig and paper for the very reason you point out. There are many clues that the new paper is already done. Not saying I have absolute proof but enough out there to indicate it was finished over the last few months.

This is not about screwing the people who built this country as this would reward the goons.

Elderly, young, etc we all need a different solidly backed system.

Until we get that it's bailing wire and chewing gum for the most part.


50f132  No.3759470

https://hublot-a.akamaihd.net/hds/2881164053001/201811/2881164053001_5857706987001_5857707021001.mp4


bc750c  No.3760384

>>3682781

wow. those documents are highly interesting. are there any more?


50f132  No.3779914

https://contractfortheweb.org/

https://www.cnet.com/news/tim-berners-lee-unveils-contract-to-protect-and-strengthen-the-web/


50f132  No.3797784

https://www.cryptoglobe.com/latest/2018/11/is-initiative-q-a-scam/


50f132  No.3797948

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-08/left-organizes-response-events-900-cities-protest-firing-jeff-sessions


50f132  No.3797959

File: 0b1aba99ef0923b⋯.png (93.96 KB, 1462x568, 731:284, Screenshot 2018-11-08 at 1….png)

previous post made in error. fyi.


ce11e4  No.3798109

>>3797948

This is the 250k in 900* cities crap we were 'threatened' with by the shills.

277 people per city…..Yawn

* or whatever the ratio was.

The numbers they can 'put up' was laughed at by most.


103c00  No.3798842

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Need moar censorship resistant crypto / tech imo

this BitTube thing could be good replacement for JewTube

uses IPFS, description @9:50

afaik IPFS = sharing of files / vids peer-to-peer, so harder to censor along as someone is watching / seeding


50f132  No.3799157

>>3798842

Bit.Scam.Coin

Buy Buy Buy!

IPFS, Zoink…


103c00  No.3799843

>>3799157

lmao ill entertain ur maidSAFE hypothetical shill shit

imagine if Q linked vids were mirrored on IPFS

good luck trying to remove it from the net, with 100k+ peeps all watching it, and automatically sharing it. And guess fucking what faggot,

it's a working product.

U can even upload ur maidfaggotsafe white paper vids on it,

as easy as jewtube, but free of ads and free to use/upload.


50f132  No.3800042

File: 874c075cfb19e09⋯.gif (1.8 MB, 1196x1160, 299:290, 443dzk.gif)

>>3799843

Let the best product win. It's about the long game, not some get rich filecoin reverse-engineering shillery. I've done my due diligence. Have you?


103c00  No.3800090

>>3800042

u dumb faggot

u got $$$ on ur mind

i got preservation of vids on mine

plus it works right now, unlike ur shillshit


103c00  No.3800186

File: 0e7a252d2e4e742⋯.gif (709.75 KB, 600x671, 600:671, 0e7a252d2e4e74268edaf24058….gif)

>>3800042

>reverse-engineering shillery

btw, i made that meme faggot


50f132  No.3800838

>>3800090

No. It's about the best technical solution to a decentralized serverless internet. Yes, SAFE is still in development, but the difficult parts have been overcome and demonstrated. They don't want to put something into the wild that isn't perfect cause it's pandora's box. once it's loose…

On the other hand, Filecoin was a great idea. IPFS is a great idea. They're having to reverse enginneer everything though now because its a bunch of hipster millenials that didn't understand all the details. They're making sacrifices now on the best ideas to ones that are mediocre. It was THEM that thought about money first. It works…so does ethereum or EOS. You can save your shillporn on dtube or steemit or whatever. Go for it. Best tech, best long term solution, best deep thinking about what a real decentralized network the world needs…SAFE. the rest is just marginal experiments that I support. they are dangerous as investments, but i support the tech.


33640c  No.3801125

>>3798842

None of you are afraid of 'hosting' child porn or being accused of it and having no ability to prove you didn't?

>>3800838

Ultimately who determines the winner? alexa ranks, msm, yt 'page views'? If you and everyone you know uses IPFS and bittube, do you GAF if everyone else uses YT?

People compromise their integrity once they think they're not in the 'in crowd'.

YandEx is older than Goog, but almost no one in america even knows it exists. We need a 1%, maybe not 'the 1%', simply because 98% of the world just wants to belong in the 10%.


50f132  No.3802020

>>3801125

Future prove past.


33640c  No.3802061

>>3802020

LOL, can't even write 3 works without appearing like you missed ESL101


50f132  No.3815985

>>3802061

>works

Nice straw-man argument fail.

GTFO.


33640c  No.3816582

>>3815985

Didn't know snowflakes frequented this site. You also wear women's clothing and cut yourself on weekends recording yourself 'I'd fuck me'?


50f132  No.3816995

>>3816582

We've got a live one here!

Just outed themselves as a shill.

And yes, women wear women's clothes. You're a genius!


50f132  No.3818829

File: b4ab4c2d3fa4b45⋯.png (1.8 MB, 4341x2442, 1447:814, ClipboardImage.png)

Something SAFE has which IPFS doesn't and to which it can't even hold a candle: TBL. Is SOLID to be discounted because it's not ready?


33640c  No.3820708

>>3478497

>>3495320

>>3490163

If gold was stolen and replaced with plated tungsten, wouldn't this ruin the idea gold standard is returning?

The reason gold was a standard was the cost to mine was considered equal anywhere as it was same tools and labor and output was mostly based on effort and it was easy for a non-miner to identify fools gold from real.

If we're talking about being unable to determine real from fake without spending a portion to have it verified (which means authorities able to verify take the risk), wouldn't that put gold in a paradox where it's not trustworthy to trade with and no longer a viable option?


7cba27  No.3830335

File: c3594b0cf2619ba⋯.png (1011.33 KB, 645x739, 645:739, ONEONE.png)

File: 8313998e28a30ce⋯.png (893.62 KB, 644x742, 46:53, 5050.png)

File: f03e8b2214d98bf⋯.jpg (16.68 KB, 580x288, 145:72, AVGUST.jpg)

>>3475389

That is very interesting.

I was recently shown these bills that may hint at the US getting control over their currency too … soon.

Note the double headed Eagle and the VV symbolism.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmtw8grnnUM

https://icon.ink/articles/new-us-currency-andrey-avgust/

>In heraldry and vexillology, the double-headed eagle is a charge associated with the concept of Empire.

The bills were created by a designer who goes by 'Avgust' (AV -> VV)

Reminds me of Augstus - the Emperor.

I wonder if hints are being dropped here, for the future of America.

And actually, this all ties back to Faust and Spengler too. That's a dig I did a while ago, but I haven't brought it up yet.

I was digging on the word Faust a while back and I found 'The Decline of the West', Spengler, Faustian culture, Caesarism, Imperium, etc.

Here's a good video on the topic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dpof96pVx-c

>Caesarism: the private politics of men determined to rule at any cost.

>Elections increasingly focus on personalities, paving the way for future Strong Men

>The final stage is when people shift their allegiances from Structures to Individuals

>Will to Order

Is this the right end, or the end to be avoided? Is it part of the cycle that must be broken?

Because it doesn't lead to 'power to the people'. But it is seductive.

And actually, this ties in perfectly with what is going on now with Bitcoin - the Hash Wars.

I was toying with the idea, in my mind, that Bitcoin right now is a microcosm of the political realities we are facing in the world today (POW vs PoSM, CSW vs RV).

And I believe that the world will follow the direction that Bitcoin goes in, even if only by design.

But the issue is that I have been digging recently on the idea of Satoshi, and I realized that it must die, and that this would be good for Bitcoin as a whole.

So I wonder what is the correct choice for the upcoming Hash War politically speaking. Do we choose the Caesarian figure in CSW, the people's choice of RV/JW, or is there a hidden third option that hasn't come to the fore yet? Note that I am not talking about investments, but about what is best for the future of this crypto space politically.

I remember that we referred to Democracy as Democrazy, and I believe this. What's the better alternative?

Haven't been able to figure this one out yet anons, but it will be interesting and fun to think about during the upcoming hash wars.

I support Satoshi's Vision all the way, but there's just so much going on behind the scenes that I have to be a little hesitant with any choice.


7cba27  No.3830636

File: 1335f40c786ad81⋯.png (504.79 KB, 534x707, 534:707, SATOSHI.png)

File: f5249a65eb57d11⋯.png (625.99 KB, 1277x552, 1277:552, LUKEvVADER.png)

File: 7ff60c68618b3e4⋯.png (978.34 KB, 706x875, 706:875, REDEMPTION.png)

File: 6a169ead3be6c6c⋯.jpg (26.41 KB, 630x333, 70:37, DEATH.jpg)

>>3830335

>the idea of Satoshi must die

Let me explain what I mean by that.

Q always says that we are watching a movie, so this got me thinking about any potential narrative structures to the upcoming Hash War.

Basically: what movie are we in right now?

I remembered that CSW likes to play around with Star Wars and Vader imagery/music. Black clothes, empire march music, etc.

This caused something to click. We are in Star Wars. And of course the logo for 'Hash Wars' uses the Star Wars font.

So if CSW is positioning himself to be the Vader character, it might mean that the BCH community is the Luke character.

Vader is the one that must be surpassed, and sort of the villain, but also the one with some good in him and a strong redemption arc.

In fact, if you look at the pictures I have posted, you'll see that the story is already playing out:

1) The Vader scene where he reveals himself as the father/Satoshi figure is strongly rejected by Luke.

2) Luke and Vader eventually clash, and interestingly Luke has a BCH Green lightsaber during this battle.

But in Star Wars, it was never Vader that was the true enemy. It was the Empire and Palpatine all along.

That's why you get:

3) Vader redemption arc when he comes to his senses and kills Palpatine/BTC which leads to -

4) Death of Vader and the restoration of balance to the Force.

So if we are in the Star Wars universe right now, and it certainly looks that way, perhaps the idea of Satoshi going away would restore balance to the force.

It's the common story of a hero dying for the greater good.

And that's why it's tough to know who to cheer for in the Hash Wars (besides BCH itself, of course).

Vader is the one that must be struggled against, and defeated, even if not the enemy.

So, that is what I meant when I said perhaps the idea of Satoshi must die.

But maybe his vision will live on.


7cba27  No.3830707

File: cc9d0ef2472985f⋯.png (62.33 KB, 867x487, 867:487, 1537518334358.png)

File: fac78fac59bcc5c⋯.jpg (23.67 KB, 358x312, 179:156, CCYDgz8VEAAqTWX.jpg)

File: e435df808a5a460⋯.png (768.77 KB, 552x756, 46:63, q.png)

>>3830636

>Hash Wars

Hope anons are excited for this by the way.

Getting to see Nakamoto consensus in action, finally.

Bring it on.


7cba27  No.3830928

File: 224dc07d7fb844b⋯.png (44.1 KB, 645x267, 215:89, JWTweet.png)

File: 18167dc6df229b9⋯.png (712.16 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, BitmainHoldings.png)

File: 8585dfc005e1754⋯.png (693.44 KB, 1000x750, 4:3, BitmainGemini.png)

File: 9f88d8911290973⋯.jpg (574.62 KB, 1536x2048, 3:4, l630FXs.jpg)

Speaking of Jihan Wu.

There are these:

1) A tweet he recently sent out where the timestamp adds to 21. Confirming himself as having a part to play in the show.

2) A picture of Bitmain's disclosed holdings for their IPO. Some interesting numerology within it (21, 33, maybe more).

3) A tweet that Gemini recently sent out with Bitmain, where JW and the Winklevoss twins are standing in the shape of an M, and where Bitmain's M is stylized to almost look like a pair of V's.

That marks of the first time I think that the Winklevoss twins have shown support for BCH (to my knowledge).

Wasn't sure what side they were on, but I guess I should have known.

Can't believe it's already been five years since pic 4.

I wonder

Are we still mocking the cabal

or retaking that which they stole?

In the main bread people detest the idea of secret societies.

But I think fighting fire with fire is proper.


7cba27  No.3831076

File: 7371618bb1184d9⋯.png (479.85 KB, 1342x628, 671:314, HASHWARS.png)

Soon.


7cba27  No.3831150

File: 7babc4c4f342c13⋯.png (838.04 KB, 1143x646, 1143:646, VV.png)

There's a VV hiding in the background.

This is what it means to have full control.

But I am thinking deeper.

Is the entire operation for the benefit of us, the people?

Alarm clocks are ringing…


7cba27  No.3831169

File: 5b085737acd91f0⋯.jpeg (259.84 KB, 1496x2047, 1496:2047, DrAm6T_WsAAQzID.jpg_large.jpeg)

File: a0d0901d8b46252⋯.png (379.17 KB, 600x700, 6:7, keep-calm-it-s-the-deep-br….png)

Do anons feel the pre-hashwar jitters?

I do.

Going to stay centered.

Bitcoin will win.


7cba27  No.3831223

File: 295e5575c6d8b77⋯.jpg (28.93 KB, 613x381, 613:381, p5etu.jpg)

>>3741714

>>3728985

>Exit Crypto

KeK.

I've racked my brain on this.

Perhaps you are referring to the futures.

But I have decided to not. I will stay steady in BCH, the Coin of all Coins.

I don't care about the fiat swings. It is a binary situation for me.

It can go to nothing, and I will move on with life, but as long as it exists, I am tied to it.

Binary.

One does not simply exit the singularity.


7cba27  No.3831237

>>3831223

>TiTR

>Future

>Futures

Yes, I guess so.

But it does not feel right buying IOU's.

That is not what crypto is about.

I support SV, and a boundless Bitcoin, always.

But this is not my game. I did not make the rules and so I don't feel like playing.


33640c  No.3831435

>>3830928

Just saw bitmain is in WA and hiring but they pay in USD so wtf!?!


50f132  No.3832526

File: 18b6c3286f48da1⋯.png (368.34 KB, 620x377, 620:377, ClipboardImage.png)


33640c  No.3833886

>>3688731

>The impact comes when JPMC stops shorting the market i.e. Oct 18 when the immunity ran out. The measures to control the price are now no longer protected and runs cannot be dragged down with manufactured shorts any longer.

Are you all shills? According to this you're not only wrong about 'impact' but immunity.

https://www.cnbc.com/amp/2018/11/06/ex-jp-morgan-trader-pleads-guilty-to-manipulating-metals-markets.html


381270  No.3838502

GEOTUS owns the old Federal Reserve vaults. I wonder if he is filling them up to prepare for a move back to sound money? JP Morgan has the world's largest physical silver hoard. It was acquired by pushing prices down with naked futures short contracts, while purchasing the physical at suppressed prices. Confiscate for endangering the world economic system (Executive Order) and give to the Treasury on behalf of the American people.

https://twitter.com/Trump/status/996086174677684224

https://twitter.com/Trump/status/1011616150013259776


381270  No.3838636

Blockchain is a tool, not money. It is simply the best form of currency that we have at the moment, which was originally a promise of real money (silver and gold). We need to go back to real money if the world is to break from the Rothschild banking system. Blockchain is not the answer, silver and gold is. However, blockchain is the solution to modernizing the use of silver and gold in today's digital world. Kinesis.money is currently the best attempt at bringing honest money back to the globe. No point in draining the swamp if we leave the clowns the power to print money and buy it back again.

https://kinesis.money/documents/translations/kinesis-blueprint-en.pdf


ce11e4  No.3838699

File: fbe0133aa567b43⋯.jpg (29.58 KB, 700x525, 4:3, Toilet needs unclogging.jpg)

wow


50f132  No.3845497

https://cryptodaily.co.uk/2018/11/bitcoin-btc-the-significance-of-10-and-2018-rise-of-the-phoenix/

interesting…


3826e0  No.3867179

File: 2a7e376818382c4⋯.png (326.96 KB, 561x300, 187:100, 1923 silver certificate.png)

File: 453a0b6ed450c50⋯.png (102.03 KB, 351x97, 351:97, certificate.png)

File: 24c5ec15b7a17e6⋯.png (250.9 KB, 1420x774, 710:387, EO 11110.png)

File: c6d46fee650fdf8⋯.png (173.72 KB, 455x140, 13:4, silver certificate.png)

>>3474911

Guys, the picture of the OP for this thread and the previous one is a silver certificate. I have seen no mention of JFK's or anything related to his EO 11110.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Executive_Order_11110

Many say that this was one, of many, reasons that JFK was murdered.

What if Trump restarts the printing of the silver certificates that seems to still be authorized since I found nothing to suggest that any President actually rescinded the orders/laws put into place by JFK and the supportive legislation.

Last but not least, the EO was "11110" - if that's not meaningful I do not know what is.


33640c  No.3870573

>>3867179

>Last but not least, the EO was "11110" - if that's not meaningful I do not know what is.

What's your definition of 'meaning'? This EO was mentioned in the previous board and JFK was killed months after.

This never made it to senate https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/115/hr6347

Trump seems to approve of putin and putin banned the fed/rothschilds and returned Russia to a gold standard. There's lots in the news about gold (uk not letting au see theirs) trump sanctioning vz's gold.

Doesn't matter, elections were lost, nothing's been done. Pretty clear the dollar will stay


3826e0  No.3872775

>>3870573

(((triggred)))

>This EO was mentioned in the previous board

I didn't remember it either, I couldn't find it. Care to share where this was discussed?


498466  No.3873637

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-12/swift-cuts-iran-central-bank-tehran-sells-700000-barrels-direct-buyers


ce11e4  No.3874080

File: f4e0dc10c2bd817⋯.jpg (107.29 KB, 1232x924, 4:3, KJU.jpg)

>Doesn't matter, elections were lost, nothing's been done. Pretty clear the dollar will stay

then why are you here?


948655  No.3874302

>>3619204

Bix Wier and Roto-rooter is nothing put Propaganda paid for BY THE FED. Let me count the ways: "Good Guys at the FED" (yeah right). Satoshi is GREENSPAN. (fucking bullshit). GOld in the Grand Canyon (also bullshit and was a cover story put in place back in the day in case they got pushback in the formation of THE FED. Had they had people stand up to it they would have said "We must get off the gold standard to Fiat because there is soooo muchhhhh golllllddd omg!. Its fake propaganda to drum up support for The Fed. Bix claims to have worked in banking and finance for 30 years but thinks trading cryptos on exchanges is FAKE. He may be right but don't forget he told everyone to buy LTC at right around $300 Look at that baby now. Bix only supports BANKER OWNED CRYPTOS. Salt… Go read their fucking criminal lending agreement. PPT. Run by a nigger front man and used to dick around on stock exchanges in shitty banana republic countries. Bix is a tool that exists to manipulate crypto prices and drum up support for The Fed. He is full of shit.


948655  No.3874353

>>3618127

Oh yeah!!! And more proof that Bix Weir WORKS FOR THE FED… The new Roto-Rooter comic book has Glix in it… Yeah suuuuuure he is not getting paid… Total bullshit my friends. Bix is a scammer. Buy LTC at $300 -Bix


ce11e4  No.3874906

948655 (2)

not the only person in the world that has arrived at that conclusion. In fact, there are many people prior to most of us being born that have had similar ops. The digital agae allows everyone to share what they find.

anyone can hang themselves by making predictions and going to the mat with them. If right so be it ..wrong so be it.

The overall body of work on that subject is not limited to any one person.

That person has made a good solid factual arrangement of many things. Bag on it if you want.

You glow hard BTW


50f132  No.3878241

File: 3001bba7bc89235⋯.png (235.86 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, ClipboardImage.png)


f9d48e  No.3878274

>>3878241

anyone ever figure out what the Q coin/Q.org shit was all about?


50f132  No.3878865

>>3878274

A distraction.


c6839a  No.3879427

File: b1008c4ff79563b⋯.png (239.64 KB, 1566x932, 783:466, AZ.PNG)

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/republican-martha-mcsally-concedes-arizona-senate-race-to-democrat-kyrsten-sinema

Republican Martha McSally concedes Arizona Senate race to Democrat Kyrsten Sinema


c6839a  No.3879537

is my system going mad or is this board now extremely quiet?


c6839a  No.3879579

File: 238c6c13eb7293e⋯.png (900 KB, 1501x857, 1501:857, Brenda Snipes.PNG)

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2018/11/12/exclusive-election-fraud-expert-broward-countys-brenda-snipes-found-ballots-in-2012-too/

Exclusive–Election Fraud Expert: Broward County’s Brenda Snipes ‘Found Ballots’ in 2012 Too


c6839a  No.3879632

File: 5655baf7f1ec617⋯.png (605.3 KB, 1476x852, 123:71, DHS.PNG)

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2018/11/12/report-trump-planning-to-remove-kirstjen-nielsen-as-dhs-secretary/


ce11e4  No.3882602

File: b71a9c72506ad46⋯.jpg (31.15 KB, 853x480, 853:480, $1.jpg)

>>3879537

shitposters

came in around early oct. anything substantial posted and the shills come in to convince you that you are wrong.

Stick to your own interpretations and ignore them.


ce11e4  No.3882648

BO

WTF? No bread for research

tick tock


00fbfa  No.3883149

Is this the most recent bread?


ce11e4  No.3884229

>>3883149

yes…entire cat locked up earlier. BO had to use index for brief time.

He has a big job


7cba27  No.3888123

File: 2e6735758b59c1b⋯.jpg (85.43 KB, 720x982, 360:491, kel.jpg)

>>3874353

>>3874302

Finally, someone talking some sense in here.

I've been waiting a long time for this.

I know you guys have been trying to psyop the shit out of me this whole time.

I avoided pushing back because I have learned in my life that the people who dish things out the most are those who can take it the least.

I avoided the action to avoid the reaction.

But it's time now. Powering up more, never gone this high before.

Expecting push-back. Expecting the thread to die or get messy because of it.

Don't care anymore. Let's see what happens, if anything.


7cba27  No.3888266

File: 461b0f77482445e⋯.png (15.73 KB, 1024x1024, 1:1, Lucifer.png)

File: cd5074a8ea952dc⋯.jpg (64.92 KB, 1000x607, 1000:607, GlowingLightsInTheSKy.jpg)

File: 60a8c027947a6e5⋯.png (1.87 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, TheWHY.png)


7cba27  No.3888464

File: 27c94ce7488fa4e⋯.jpg (125.47 KB, 770x477, 770:477, baretree-small.jpg)

>>3878274

Initiative Q.

>>3878865

>A distraction

Have you considered the possibility that it is actually a way of marketing Bitcoin to the masses?

A way to on-board people who wouldn't participate otherwise?

And for free too.

>b-but it says XYZ

Couldn't it all be disinformation?

How can you know for sure? (You can't). Assuming you're just an anon.

There are interesting coincidences there to consider, even though it is true that coincidences alone don't prove anything.

>>3660900

>Saar Wilf

I don't choose who Q team works with. Have you checked his twitter?

If you are going to dismiss this idea just like that then I expect you to bring some evidence or interesting ideas to the table, other than just:

>GTFO


7cba27  No.3888599

File: 0acbc1918063375⋯.png (249.62 KB, 1472x729, 1472:729, CHAD COIN.png)

>>3728985

>You have 1 chance.

>Last chance to make it.

This austist has let that chance slipped through his fingers.

This is the exact pain I was trying to avoid annon.

I did pick up some to have skin in the game.

I am now with SV sspiritually, and along for the ride.

Not as much as I could have though, timing wasn't good.

I'll keep an eye on it, but for now the exchange rate is no longer interesting enough.


7cba27  No.3888726

>>3888599

>pick some up for insurance

Insurance from what?

I hope you guys aren't planning anything crazy.


7cba27  No.3889019

File: 1e4305a1eae0380⋯.jpg (108.99 KB, 529x436, 529:436, Jewish-Bankers.jpg)

>>3677851

Interesting coincidences anon.

It seems like Q has been a cabal of their own for some time.

I'll keep an eye out in the future for all signs of their touch in the media.

>>3678103

I have a hard time thinking that Greenspan has anything to do with Bitcoin.

Would need to see hard evidence.

I have very good reasons to be skeptical of him (pic), and would need even better reasons to flip that perception.

Plus that cover could easily be a forgery. Even if it is real, it could have been created in the present and 'inserted' into the past via various ways of trickery both digital and non-digital.

Need more than cute coincidences to move forward with this idea.

>>3678312

Primes are definitely important.

Just haven't felt like digging on them yet,

math requires a part of my brain that is currently inaccessible.


e44c9e  No.3889035

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>3888464

Scroll through comments. Saar wilf gives his thoughts as well, along with rebuttals.


7cba27  No.3889084

File: 682e78eb6627b7b⋯.jpg (47.35 KB, 282x400, 141:200, 04__0020_Return_of_the_Nep….jpg)

>>3678477 (checked)

>Missler

Strange guy.

Believes in aliens and UFO's.

Nephilim/Annunaki/Angels/Elohim, etc.

Could all just be metaphors for an advanced human tribe that made contact with other groups around the globe after the flood.

Thinking about Atlantis and other myths.

Another strange one that requires better evidence.

>Mathematics proves the scriptures

>Ivan Panin

Mathematical structure only proves that they were crafted by an intelligence.

Could easily be a higher human intelligence. Smart people can create great things.

And even if that is true, it doesn't prove that the book itself is true, just that it was carefully constructed.

>But the math shows that the probability is so small..

That it could happen by chance.

People back then had a lot of free time.

As with everything, I am open to ALL possibilities, but leaving the real requires a stronger push.


7cba27  No.3889166

File: 21950a9883f6cce⋯.gif (153.81 KB, 640x480, 4:3, OUT.gif)

>>3889084

>The Bible as Truth

Anyone that believes this and is open minded should check out this website I found.

http://josgreece.angelfire.com/Exposing_Xianity.htm

It provides an interesting counterpoint to the Bible and Christianity.

A lot of what it says makes sense, and makes me think less of people who Bible Thump and stick to religions as if they aren't a form of mental slavery.


7cba27  No.3889297

File: a29217e34731b2d⋯.jpg (85.02 KB, 800x759, 800:759, tcoyCsq.jpg)

>>3889166

>>3889084

I think it is safe to say,

and will be my stance from now on,

that anyone who pushes CIA-tier bluebeam bullshit without hard evidence should be treated as blackhats.

If you guys have a rebuttal to this, I am all-ears, but not all-mind.


caec90  No.3889346

File: 5e2abd044930ca8⋯.png (536.21 KB, 768x483, 256:161, silver-eagle.png)

File: d8dd34c15554446⋯.png (191.45 KB, 752x773, 752:773, silver-eagle-sold-out.png)

>>3867179

seems this thread has had quite the slide after your post. I see nothing to add other than the fact that the US mints a 1 oz silver coin, the silver eagle. They are IMMENSELY popular and cheap as fuck right now with silver prices so low. It would make sense that the US would want to start printing silver certificates again especially as Trump continues to signal his true feelings about the fed


7cba27  No.3889468

File: dd26929b9fdb38c⋯.png (247.04 KB, 1395x802, 1395:802, Saar.png)

>>3889035

He did leave an interesting comment.

What he is describing is different than Bitcoin as it currently is.

But it lines up with the avalanche paper that was dropped earlier.

I've always believed since reading it that Bitcoin will change radically very soon.

So he could be talking about the future Bitcoin.

And I'd say that if he isn't, he should be hired to run this same type of campaign for Bitcoin,

because he is reaching all the types of people that Bitcoin can't and doesn't.

It is the perfect idea for helping to spread digital currencies to the masses.


7cba27  No.3889573

File: 021a3799aa9d7e4⋯.png (689.97 KB, 588x685, 588:685, 20.png)

File: 22a925c9e32030a⋯.png (3.51 KB, 431x305, 431:305, triangle.forces.png)

>>3872775

>>3867179

>>3889346

EO 11110 is certainly an interesting one.

It was indirectly discussed in the previous bread in relation to GESARA.

I don't think anyone actually typed it out.

Whether it or a version of it will be used in the future is unknowable.

I actually read an interesting post the other day about a triangle of monetary structure being constructed.

1. Blockchain

2. Metals

3. Paper money/certificates/notes

All three fused together into a stronger system than any one or two alone.

>triangles are the strongest structure because any forced applied is evenly distributed.


7cba27  No.3889726

File: 3c29adedd149225⋯.gif (2.07 MB, 480x480, 1:1, image8.gif)

http://www.theluminouscodex.com/web/index.php

The problem with creating Utopias.

They are created with the desire that life should be effortless and free of struggle.

This is wrong.

Life IS struggle.

If you have suffered, then you should be proud.

Interesting ideas in that website anyways.


aca16f  No.3890308

>>3874353

>>3874302

>>3888123

Wow I hadn't considered that. I always assumed he was just a guy that wasn't that good at thinking things out who stumbled on an interesting theory.

However, I still think Powell and Faust are likely whitehats given their signals/symbolism/comments.

As for Greenspan and Glix Leer, I'll reserve judgement.


db61ef  No.3890934

>>3890308

Bix was an interesting read when he was firmly focussed in the "silver is manipulated" space.

but when he started shilling crypto he lost me.

re: Roota

Claims that the Chairman was actually trying to take down the central banking/cabal by feeding them exactly what they wanted via flawed/failed monetary policy… felt a bit like an op-ed attempting to control a "result"… i dunno… guess we could be watching a movie? (about a comic book)

return to a gold backed currency… this i expect to be announced.


50f132  No.3892187

>>3888464

I've done my due diligence. I've formed my opinion. Could I be wrong? Yes. Is my opinion well-informed by research and education? Yes. Am I willing to change my opinion if the facts change? Yes. Do I see likelyhood that the facts will change? No, hell no.

Not shitcoins are free, but all free money is shit.

Good luck.

>>3889035

Valuable perspective.


7cba27  No.3893915

>>3892187

Filtered.


50f132  No.3894224

>>3893915

Sucks that this anon claims to have filtered me. Their choice not to engage with opposing ideas, I suppose. Angrily defending Initiative Q and staunch Bcash maximalist doesn't make someone necessarily glow, but it does make them of questionable ability to analyze projects in crypto.

>>3892187

>Not shitcoins are free, but all free money is shit.

Phonefagging. Meant to say "not all shitcoins are free, but all free money is shit."


33640c  No.3898781

>>3894224

I don't understand why any of you think crypto is a possible answer considering how dependent it is on both internet and encryption. Either one fails and it's done for, all of them are done for.

Also you don't have the ability to inherit anything, if someone dies holding crypto it dies with them. Which means the quantity will eventually reach zero and will likely be abandoned when it gets close, which would be public knowledge.

Iran's executing people for manipulating gold market.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-46206435


ce11e4  No.3899075

File: adbb28086e6c250⋯.jpg (136.67 KB, 1754x647, 1754:647, HYG vs SPX Hist at the spl….JPG)

There Is A Huge Disconnect Between Energy Credit And Equity

Oil prices have swung drastically over the last couple months. The market was unprepared for the US to grant waivers amounting to nearly one million barrels/day to fill the void expected to be left by the drop in Iranian exports. Instead of Iranian exports plunging to almost zero by November, they have been allowed a more shallow glide path. This has thrown the oil market off-balance by about one million barrels/day.

Especially strange is the fact that the US asked Saudi Arabia to pump another approximately one million barrels/day earlier in the year, and the Kingdom has delivered, taking OPEC’s production up by one million barrels/day since June. Yesterday, Saudi Arabia floated the idea of trimming OPEC’s production by one million barrels/day by December.

rest here

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-14/there-huge-disconnect-between-energy-credit-and-equity

_

Not news to people who watch. These correlations have been breaking down for severalyears if not the last 10.

See HYG vs S&P for high interest credit dislocations.

This is what happens when an infinite amount of fiat is torched to create growth.

for you shills.

EAT IT


50f132  No.3899247

>>3898781

Blockchain is one, perhaps the first, instance of a distributed consensus mechanism. It is not mature enough to be the answer at the moment, but if you understand the mathematical game theory behind it, you realize that it's a huge leap in human technology. Perhaps there will be other variations and evolution, but Pandora's box has been opened. There are certainly lots of experiments out there, but very few are an order of magnitude beyond what Bitcoin accomplished.

As for the internet, it's not an impediment. What is your beef to think it is? Electricity? With meshnets, wireless charging, and other marginal technologies, connectivity and electricity won't be barriers. IMHO, to think that they are displays a lack of knowledge about the available technologies and a lack of vision of human ingenuity. It's like being one of the naysayers about the potential of the internet in 1995. Look of Clifford Stoll. Very smart tech genius. Completely wrong about the future. Pessimism kills.

https://www.newsweek.com/clifford-stoll-why-web-wont-be-nirvana-185306

As for the encryption, there are lots of algos, lots of innovation, quantum algorithms. It's not my area of expertise, but I've follow many for whom it is. It's basically a non-issue, and many with understand about how quantum computers actually work will say that quantum cryptographic algos aren't even necessary. There is a lot to say on encryption, like just pausing the system and updating the algo if there was ever an attack. Lots of contingency planning can be put into effect and the smartest minds in the world are already thinking about it and putting those ideas into the code before it becomes an issue.

Inheritance? The US military with nuclear launch codes, banks, and tech businesses have all kinds of schemes for key management. https://thirdkey.solutions/individuals/ for example is a law firm which has Andreas Antonopolous on their payroll to consult on trusts, estate planning, and key management for cryptocurrencies. These solutions are coming. I don't see a completely decentralized libertarian future. That is not smart, safe, or efficient. We have to work together. It will be distributed, not decentralized at the human solution level. It will be better than central banks and giant companies, but there will be companies that help with multi-signature solutions for any scenario that you can dream up. Google it. There are already lots of companies in the space.


eee519  No.3899672

Anyone think Apple will hit $175/share by the years end. Already below $190 as of this morning and it just keeps sinking as people panic sell.

Really strange cause I'm one of those autists and I had a strong feeling that Apple was going to be going down this year. Planning on buying in next year when this panic sell off stops.


5d97b8  No.3900022

>>3898781

I agree. Block chain takes money that was dispersed among people..in their pockets..under mattresses, back yards, and even banks, and would digitize it. Once it is digitized…it is capable of disappearing to any present or future cabal.

This is just another shell game. Eventually they want you in driver less cars so they can dictate where you can and cannot travel, with digital money, which they can revoke at their whim, Internet of things, which they can manipulate. Digital currency is just another stepping stone along the road to regaining control of their serfs.


33640c  No.3901527

>>3899247

I've run large internet providers and started a few wisps. When you get government contracts you learn about the frailty of guaranteeing 100% up-time even with diverse path fiber.

One emp and a location is offline for likely years. Wireless is convenient but thanks to interference you can jam up a location indefinitely unless the fcc shows up. Hell I recall a story about cheap florescent lightbulbs messing with a cell provider in a city and fcc taking a while to figure it out.

Lose the internet and no one is going to trust your offline crypto trade. No one trusts gold unless you meet at a place willing to guarantee its good.

Go try to buy/sell crypto someplace without internet, I 'dare' you. IMO you just trust something you've never been an authority figure for. Internet goes out and you think hotspot but you blindly think it can never go down. Egypt would prove you wrong in no time.

For encryption, I dare you to find a method you can share child porn or potus threat with the nsa and prove your theory. Encryption is not only able to get cracked faster and faster, but you're forgetting that to circumvent having to waste time with this they just put backdoors in cpu's to 'predict and log' your keys. Why do you think military runs a completely physically separated network from the internet? Hell didn't we just see supermicro didn't know china was installing an unintended chip in manufacturing and slipped past DoD and organizations that should have caught it?

Great find on the inheritance fix, just need to get everyone to use it and then ignore all points made above about the dependencies based on it. Why do you think banks operate on 'trust and relationships' for thousands of years? I recall the only uncracked encryption was from WW2 native Americans. The 'fact' that this is the 'only uncracked encryption' should suggest that all others have been cracked. The reason encryption is fine for communications is because cracking them later isn't that big of a deal. However we're talking about something not constantly changing, once it's public it's been cracked faith is lost and value is deflates. Say there is a trust system, how many people have a will for what little money they have now? There's no comparison for money being lost forever, previously you reprint or just dig up the coin from the ground when found.

You can't change encryption for an entire economies blockchain instantly, look how long it takes to sync the chain today. If it gets cracked it'd be patched, repaired, all whole holding the economy stale for a bit which is all it takes for people to start looking elsewhere. Cracked again and you run the risk of people not updating in time and forget it, caputso!

Also all of you are forgetting you don't own a network and even if you did you're talking about sending it across the internet. There's going to be massive fraud for network people to snoop and grab keys. Then when you consider comcast fucking up torrents, what happens if at&t buys cryptocoin65 and chooses to meddle with the current coin so no one can confirm a transaction, just to scare people into the coin they invested in?


aca16f  No.3902421


d75257  No.3902452

images in last bread 404ed

any of you faggots have backups.

Thanks


aca16f  No.3902454

>>3900022

If the code is open source, private keys can allow for digitization and automation without the kind of control you mentioned. That's the beauty of the system.


50f132  No.3902980

>>3901527

Crypto isn't a complete solution, so I think the devil's advocate is overplayed.

SAFEnet solves the EMP vector, for example. Each place might have issues if hardware is destroyed, but the redundancy across the network maintains data integrity at 99% or more even if the whole country went out. Likely, if that happened, currency or data integrity or hardware is the least of one's worries. Decentralized serverless autonomous networks will run circles around the current internet and the attack vectors you suppose. Still thinking linearly. This is permissionless innovation. Governments will be just another user, not dictating code. Very difficult in the least.

I lived 1/3 of my life in "3rd world" countries. I understand the challenges for connectivity. I also understand the challenges of sound money in many of those places. What's the opportunity cost for them? Maybe crypto isn't great for now if you hold an SDR basket currency like USD, but for others? Crypto doesn't have to be the street currency either. It only has to back it. Derivative notes can be printed as physical representations just like gold and silver certificates.

Supermicro was about current hardware backdoors. Likely easily knowable, but human corruption involved. Technical solutions can be had. Purism is a company that is building completely open sourced devices. They'®e 98-99% there. Their devices are a few years behind in terms of asthetics, but they are lightyears ahead in terms of transparency. Can we trust them? I'm not an expert in hardware, but it's a developing area that few know about and pushes back against the onslaught of pessimism you display. The only part that isn't yet are 1 or 2 core intel firmware in the core. That's likely what the NSA and the Israeli's are using. There is a huge movement to end it. It could be a question of time. Think Joe Sullivan at Cloudflare.

I'm not interested in sharing child porn. I honestly think that if privacy rights are protected through effective encryption, then the vast majority of good guys would be able to work together and fend off the bad actors without resorting to having to crack the comms. Moreover, a society that protects rights and freedoms and doesn't undermine the money is going to have a large indirect impact culturally by producing more communities and people that aren't prone to criminal activity of such caliber.

It doesn't matter if you can crack Bitcoin's encryption in the future, if there is a threat, the mining community can update long before that threat evolves. You can go back and then try to crack a hash many blocks ago using the old algo, but good luck doing that for all the post-transaction blocks to convince all the miner's you have the longest chain.

I would agree that there has to be an element of human trust networks, like a semantic web or connection-based identity. A mixture is going to be more resilient than one or the other, human/physical or digital. Even if Bitcoin just grows to account for 5% of the world's reserves, it will have done it's job by being a sound money check on the system. The transactions that are worth being done in crypto can be done and if 5% of the world's money gets destroyed by a theoretical EMP, then so be it. The opportunity cost compared to this fiat regime is worth in my opinion.

SAFE destroys any ability to remote snoop. It crushes so many attack vectors. All that I know of. Physical access to put in a software keylogger or a built-in hardware backdoor is still an issue, but these things are being worked on. No one here is the first to ask the question. And I've seen SO MUCH work being done on these questions. People have been working on them for years. The solutions already exist. It's simply a question of collaboration and the demand consciousness for it to happen.

What is the Q movement if not a seeded shift in the direction of collective consciousness? I'm confident that we aren't going back to the gold standard and traveler's checks. We need to go back to concepts from the past, but not necessarily the same technical solutions and implementations. The future will rhyme and the negativity around crypto for this or that reason just seems much more of an anachronistic fear of change and evolution than an accurate account of reality. Yes, there are risks, and things should move only as fast as they need to. Introducing a new asset class that could come to either be included in the monetary base basket or even potentially act as the basis for value in the shift from the petrodolar to the datacrypto is not something to be taken lightly. Dismiss it and ignore it has a horny teenager's momentary fascination at your own peril.

What ever happened to "because the ones who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones that do"?


50f132  No.3905238

File: d7dcbab4e283385⋯.jpeg (26.12 KB, 500x484, 125:121, shitcoinjesus.jpeg)


50f132  No.3906363

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Very interesting, though I think Leah unconscious cabal. If you listen to her comments over months, she pumps Perkins Coie, socialist identity B.S., etc. but I like tone and Tyler. Fyi, Tyler's fund was Lucid Investments or something…sounds like Lucis or something…you can follow that dig if you want. Anyway, the whole crypto space is at a critical point for a few days.


33640c  No.3914051

>>3495320

>When the debt bomb goes off and the derivites faulter. The bandaid utilized to stave off the 08 crisis will be revealed, along with JPMC 10 yr immunity to manipulate the markets. Hence the pull back from the short positons on SLV.

Honestly why does anyone think this is going to occur? It's excuse after excuse, since 2008. This is all propaganda to keep a market gold and silver.


7cba27  No.3921508

File: 8765e67355e35c2⋯.png (6.96 KB, 225x225, 1:1, LUCIS.png)

File: 1d610a2fcb24e43⋯.png (103.97 KB, 684x511, 684:511, lucid.png)

>>3906363

>Lucid

>Lucis

>Lucid Funds

>Lucis Trust

>Lucifer Publishing Company

Now this is an interesting dig.

A lot of it seems like it should be cabal through and through.

But it's very hard to know where to draw the battle lines these days.

Anon in the last thread said that the concept of Lucifer should just be regarded as the mind.

Even if that is true, it all depends on who is using the concept and for what purpose these days (think mirror).

I'll look into this more.


7cba27  No.3921610

File: 0222aee4594ac1c⋯.jpg (31.63 KB, 336x188, 84:47, a21.jpg)

>>3921508

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMeXSlGJZYc (pic rel)

Led me to Agenda 21 again, which was brought up in the last thread.

>21

Considered the numerical representation of Lucifer?

But Agenda 21 is cabal through and through.

5G, smart everything, chipped humans, bio-ID, digital enslavement basically.

Crypto was always in danger of slipping into this modality.

It was always a fine line.

If we follow the pattern it might be ok to assume that 21/Lucifer was /ours/ and now it is (((theirs))).

Or maybe not.

In the last thread it was mentioned that perhaps Bitcoin was a trap, a honeypot.

The symbolism might have led them to believe that it was theirs, and the beginning of their one world currency.

But they got caught up in it.

If that is true,

it is a stretch, of course,

it brings up questions for the future of crypto in general.

It is a very pervasive technology.

Great potential for good and bad.

I have always pushed forward regardless - trust.

Perhaps that was naive.


7cba27  No.3921623

File: 9113092ab45d432⋯.png (3.95 KB, 450x112, 225:56, 666.png)

<666

Who to trust?

hoW to trust?


7cba27  No.3921661

>>3902452

Any images in particular anon?

I've saved most of the proofs.

Let me know and I might be able to procure.


6c222b  No.3921674

File: 3d674b2171fd842⋯.jpg (87.34 KB, 491x603, 491:603, Caitlyn copy.jpg)


7cba27  No.3923621

File: b3758b1cce976d9⋯.png (1.28 MB, 1484x798, 106:57, knodat.png)

File: a480ead4e2330f9⋯.png (193.99 KB, 1405x863, 1405:863, war.png)

>>3905238

Kek

>>3906363

>whole crypto space is at a critical point

Yeah, the war is raging.

Be interesting to see how it plays out.

Lots of info being blasted out all over the place about how things will occur, but I know better than to believe any of it.

Done my game theory and even found the scenario where this war burns the whole space down, no survivors, Bcash included.

Doesn't make sense based on everything that's going on in the world, but who knows.

For now I will root for SV due to how many people hate on it. Being contrarian has its uses.

BTW anon, I never filtered you. Was just tired of being the only one getting pysopped around here.

Decided to do some of my own.

First and last time, made me feel dirty.


aca16f  No.3929529

File: 9495b78bba7cec8⋯.jpg (30.84 KB, 620x350, 62:35, 891b4cc872731b2b782d65b650….jpg)

>>3921623

I must admit this is disconcerting, anon.

There are 5 similar shaped ovals, top and bottom lines = 5:5?

It's a stretch I know.


aca16f  No.3929670

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>3923621

SV appears to be catching up in hash now that bitcoin.com has returned their hash to normal.

Only 22 blocks behind now. BCHSV up big today as well.

If any other anons saw any of the stream yesterday on Coinspice's channel - My impression was that the ABC side continues to strike me as intellectually vacuous.

>interesting to see how it plays out.

There is one segment in which Ryan X. Charles is trying to explain to two of them a simple concept regarding how SV may still win the war, and they simply won't or cant can't slow down and think for a moment to get what he's saying. I have embedded here, but it it doesn't jump to the spot it's at 6:57:35.

pic related


aca16f  No.3929676

File: 710ce027ca22adf⋯.jpg (49.9 KB, 375x523, 375:523, 13fc47b4ace163ef921756eb7e….jpg)


aca16f  No.3929700

>>3902452

I have some backups, but not all. I also have some of the text breakdowns of Fuast's article on bitcoin.

>>3921661

Comfy. Thanks anon.

Do any anons know of a good ways to back up entire previous threads so we don't have to recreate the wheel each bread?


aca16f  No.3929859

File: fa2779cf6436b09⋯.png (455.01 KB, 857x665, 857:665, 39dkgj59ekfk40wflkgbj3fdjs….png)

>>3923621

>Being contrarian has its uses.

The more I think about it, the more I think your Vader/Star Wars theory could have merit.

Assuming ProfFaustus is right, the only people who would follow such an apparently mean person would be to have laser like focus on the underlying real factors at play.

This has the "resetting" effect of "giving" bitcoin back to the true believers in sound and scalable money. (Similarly to how the original bitcoin WP only appealed to a similar crowd and thus they were the ones who had the once in a lifetime opportunity to get involved)

Was yesterday the second genesis block?

>1+1+1+5+1+8 = 17

If The Plan is as elaborate as it appears to be, perhaps this was setup for an eventual expected necessary reset.


7cba27  No.3930207

File: a5d0799bc74bbe1⋯.png (80.3 KB, 679x416, 679:416, Saturn Ouroboros Death.png)

>>3929700

I've archived the thread here:

https://archive.fo/xjjZM

The text survives, but the pictures do not.

It was unfortunate but I think the thread slid off the catalog right as the site was having archive issues.

I saved the main proofs but nothing else.

It was lucky that I thought to even archive it.

>>3929859

>follow such a mean person

Yes, I agree.

And that is the 'Q-ish' part of his operation that we talked of earlier.

Selecting for the right people to gain Bitcoin early, for a better world when things flip.

But I think I have found a better third path. To not follow at all. When given a choice between left and right, to go straight.

I thought I had exited the matrix, but I was still stuck in the 'idol matrix'. Trump, Q, Satoshi, Jesus… it's all the same thing.

I finally found the exit thanks to the events of the past few weeks.

>The second genesis block

I have thought on that as well.

Long. About unwinding transactions, and more.

While doing my game theory on this war I did come across the idea that every Bitcoin would be reset minus a few.

Maybe ironically only the IOU's will survive.

But this would not make sense based on the idea that certain groups need lots of coins to power the economy asap during a far out theory like a reset (which will probably come at some point).

So I put it in the back of my mind as outlandish.

But beyond that the idea of constantly testing for high IQ by splitting the coin (BTC - BCH) (ABC - SV) is just good business sense.

Allows smart people to accumulate lots of coins for cheap.

And yes there is that slightly altruistic notion to it as well.


7cba27  No.3930307

File: 6492abff4a9c1a7⋯.png (566.98 KB, 411x633, 137:211, 36.png)

File: 2e655c2c29278c2⋯.png (288.79 KB, 670x604, 335:302, StressTest.png)

>>3929670

I watched that stream live.

Saw that a lot of people showed up on there.

Caught your appearance as well, by the way also noticed that your Youtube channel has really picked up in views per video.

>ABC side … intellectually vacuous

Yeah, there was a guy on there who dumped all his SV for ABC and kept cutting Ryan off.

Ryan was trying to explain about hidden hashpower etc, and the guy was having none of it.

Lots of emotional investment all around.

>6:57:35

Oh, yup, that's the one.

If he doesn't fomo he will lose everything.

>>3929676

>Art of War

Yup

I expect things to get very interesting during the stress test.

Pic 1 is another to check out if you haven't heard of it before.

>>3929529

>5:5?

Hmm that is a stretch, but I see how you derived it.

It is possible.

Like I said, it's hard to know how to draw the battle lines these days.

And past does not prove future.


50f132  No.3931602

File: f03c84dfc795f46⋯.png (16 KB, 384x174, 64:29, Screenshot 2018-11-16 at 2….png)


50f132  No.3931833

>>3930207

This is the most subtly nudging post.

"Only high IQ follow BCH Darth Vader strategy." Too many subtle fallacies to list. If you're being honest and not trying to shill, you'll either have to stop jumping to conclusions or lay out the argument better rationally for everyone. To me, it just seems you are either shilling for BTC or crypto dowsing through the ethereal collective mind-body unconsciousness at best.

I find Roger to be a bad actor. Just my instinct. I don't really care if Craig is Satoshi, though I doubt it. One theory though, whether he is or isn't, is that he could be trolling the whole ecosystem of Bitcoin forks as a way to divide and keep the fight away from BTC. I have no evidence to provide for it. Just presenting it as a theory. Craig is certainly the evil genius type that could be capable of lots of paths. At a minimum, I find it strange that for years he would rip on centralization and government, but now, instead of pushing the technology further, he seems to be pumping the idea that getting governments to adopt by allowing some centralization of the actual network is key to the next stage of growth. That just seems antithetical to his being…but then again, who knows what is true about Craig. He is a bit of an enigma and a charlatan at the same time.


7cba27  No.3932610

File: 6f59ba8ee0a094c⋯.png (25.94 KB, 378x170, 189:85, 647.png)

>>3931602

More specifically.

6:47 = 17

And the 118th prime.

>>3931833

There's nothing subtle about my post at all.

The way I see it, they tried to design a game by which those who understand Bitcoin at a deeper level than just "muh price" or "muh everyone else is using this one" would be able to hop from fork to fork and gain more coins at the same time.

High IQ doesn't have to describe it. It could be good business sense, heightened awareness, luck, etc… anything desirable.

But what was actually the subtle part of my post was when I mentioned that it creates a choice - to follow.

More pronounced with this most recent fork than the last one.

So the winning move might not be the best financial move.

Anyways…

I'm not shilling for anything: like I said, the whole market could go to shit. But based on all the information I have, it looks like BTC was doomed when SegWit was introduced and as such will not be used in the future economy.

And they do not even try to scale on chain - unforgivable.

And by the way I wish I could control the ethereal collective mind-body unconsciousness.

>Roger Ver as a bad actor.

Key word, actor.

Key word, bad.

Both could be true.

No way for me to know. Could be bad, forced to do good.

I collect all possibilities in my head, and act on those that seem the most probable.

RV seems to have put in more work than anyone else in spreading the idea of Bitcoin around the world.

You say he is a bad actor, what's your argument for why? Because no longer american citizen? Valid point, but America was Cabal for a long time.

>Craig as not Satoshi

>Craig as being antithetical to Satoshi

>Craig as a Bad, Actor

Sure, absolutely. Lot of the stuff that gets posted to his twitter is the opposite of what someone should expect from Satoshi

"I'll use the state to crush you"

"Bitcoin needs to have permission for XYZ"

"You need to have my/miner's permission to do XYZ on the chain"

Etc.

The other anon said this might be a filter to weed out people who can't see beyond his words to his actions or to what he is building.

This gets back to trust, which I have very little of.

And this gets back to what I said earlier: I collect all possibilities in my head and act on that which is the most probable.

>BTC vs BCH, forks as a way to ruin BTC

What does 'Full Control' even mean?

I've believed lately that Bitcoin Core was a false flag. It's all just games.

So in summary, I am open to all of your ideas, but that they do not gel with what I have been able to find.

Usually I'd just say to let the market decide, but the market is garbage and everyone's asleep.

The NPC meme is too kind to describe the state that most are in right now.

You think that I am a Bcash maximalist.

Hmm. I am a 'the best coin that everyone should use as a universal language in trade' maximalist. For now it looks like Bitcoin, and for now Bitcoin looks like it has forked twice into better versions of itself. In order: BSV > BABC > BTC.

Hopefully this explains my brain a little better.


7cba27  No.3933671

File: 25485a9ab13969e⋯.jpg (46.96 KB, 1024x512, 2:1, Dn9qfo4UUAEhj0s.jpg)

>>3932610

>>3931833

>bcash maximalism

Like I said (pic rel). immo

I was almost convinced too… all the coincidences.

Was really good - it almost got me.

I'm the one that asked for it, so I can't complain.

This psyop is part of the reason I was so skeptical of SV.

When I lean towards maximalism it is for one main reason:

Any coin that is not 'the' coin is a competitor to the top coin.

Competition is normally a good thing, and is happening now, but it's a little different when it comes to money. The economy can't keep switching between coins.. sooner or later one must win, I think this.

More interested in seeing ones that may work together with Bitcoin, like maidsafe and others.


7cba27  No.3933700

>>3933671

Also there is valuable data on the bitcoin blockchain.

And perhaps other valuable things on there too.

Not to mention most people aren't even aware of what it alone is capable of.

If you want to move past it, or replace it, there needs to be a very good reason other than:

>stop being a maximalist


50f132  No.3934274

File: 50085acca2c8877⋯.png (248.72 KB, 500x608, 125:152, ClipboardImage.png)

>>3933700

Assange's insurance files?


7cba27  No.3934611

File: 067e45f229515a4⋯.png (131.9 KB, 1876x781, 1876:781, Wikileaks-OuterHeaven.png)

File: a9f6caaa5babe34⋯.jpg (807.42 KB, 766x1776, 383:888, Wikileaks.jpg)

File: c8c4753e417f5b9⋯.png (857.36 KB, 897x8839, 897:8839, WikileaksWOL.png)

>>3934274

Yeah,

I think so.


7cba27  No.3935154

>>3934611

I was there at Endchan for the Outer Heaven stuff. Just lurking.

I got too spooped by all the stories of people getting tracked down to ever seriously dive for those keys/files.

Looking at the timeline:

>Oct 17

Was the date everything seemed to go into motion.


50f132  No.3938310

File: faa370839d1e8cb⋯.png (113.7 KB, 2000x580, 100:29, ClipboardImage.png)

https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/donald-trump-attorney-general-matthew-whitaker-time-travel-x-cryptocurrency-bitcoin-world-patent-a8635496.html


50f132  No.3944728

https://bitcoinist.com/off-line-bitcoin-transactions-now-a-reality/


7cba27  No.3947581

File: 7ea89e28d14c2cd⋯.png (214.08 KB, 492x704, 123:176, SeeFuture.png)

File: 8ec1fed8afd3981⋯.png (50.87 KB, 716x140, 179:35, ModelWorld.png)

File: 20f10fc8b43c015⋯.png (281.04 KB, 720x464, 45:29, 1010.png)

>>3938310

Strange.

Mallett seems to be a brother.

I'll dig on time travel over the next few weeks.


7cba27  No.3947598

File: feb1989c4b3bf40⋯.png (167.11 KB, 823x321, 823:321, Screen Shot 2018-10-24 at ….png)

File: 518060975c04b46⋯.png (226.55 KB, 1193x548, 1193:548, TiTr4chan.png)

File: 75f207f7cddbd65⋯.png (89.09 KB, 882x400, 441:200, TiTrCr.png)

File: f9929aa4fcf2b6e⋯.png (264.49 KB, 1061x586, 1061:586, TrumpTiTr.png)

>>3947581

Wonder what Whitaker was doing associating with that company.


7cba27  No.3947696

File: 98e57891d5d428d⋯.png (493.21 KB, 743x725, 743:725, 7500.png)

File: 8db38af1df1870e⋯.png (53.42 KB, 852x284, 3:1, 7518.png)

>>3944728

Very neat.

There's also Starlink.

I'm sure all of these will play a huge role in the future for digital money in general.

Also for a more decentralized, better connected internet.

I'm also excited for these potentially putting the idea of 5G in the dirt, where it belongs.

https://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/space-elon-musk-fcc-approval/

>7500

>7518

<12, 21


7cba27  No.3948011

File: 3f230788219d451⋯.jpg (384.64 KB, 960x1440, 2:3, p12157971_v_v8_ac.jpg)

File: ef4317dc2d0437e⋯.png (395.17 KB, 655x2133, 655:2133, t3_9y0ziw.png)

File: 6e33a75c4eac02f⋯.png (66.16 KB, 919x270, 919:270, ry.png)

>>3929859

>The Big Short

Still haven't gotten around to that movie yet.

I'll watch it tomorrow.

>The more I think about it, the more I think your Vader/Star Wars theory could have merit.

Seems like some in SV camp are starting to take up their villain roles now.

Unity through enmity?

Strange times. Glad I decided not to play.


7cba27  No.3948501

File: 50b84968268f141⋯.png (62.6 KB, 688x281, 688:281, 1.png)

File: 624e994627175f7⋯.png (70.53 KB, 691x314, 691:314, 2.png)


aabe9d  No.3948785

File: 8b359c87b822d40⋯.png (56.43 KB, 445x318, 445:318, Screen Shot 2018-11-18 at ….png)

File: fdf8e35bbbcf78e⋯.png (55.6 KB, 447x315, 149:105, Screen Shot 2018-11-18 at ….png)

File: bbbcdb2a0eacf21⋯.png (192.24 KB, 450x524, 225:262, Screen Shot 2018-11-18 at ….png)

File: 9c43c50e37aeda7⋯.png (31.75 KB, 451x161, 451:161, Screen Shot 2018-11-18 at ….png)

>>3947943 (lb)

Hey anons, I was just reading through the notables in the last bread and I saw what some of you dug up re: the likely DEW-caused fires in CA and a possible motive for said fires being gold in those areas. I decided to search Q's crumbs for the word "gold" (pics related) and I found the date on these to be very….coincidental. You be the judge.


50f132  No.3949564

>>3932610

Thanks for the explanation. Better isn't only defined by the best technology. TCP/IP wasn't the best nor were a lot of the early tech companies that survived. First-mover's advantage is underestimated, and SAFE has the earliest advantage of them all. However, it is also a much more comprehensive protocol that has more to do with data than with monetary things.

6:47 = 17

And the 118th prime.

Magical Number Wizardry

They definitely designed a game. Perhaps even colluding to divide. Fuck Roger and Wu Jihan and Craig. I'll take Szabo or any original and honest cypherpunk deep thinker any day over those shills. BTC dominates the intellectual brain trust in Crypto. Craig is much smarter and more experienced than most in BCH, but he's a con artist. Did we even see the core teams between ABC and SV? They look like inbred inepts.

I'm interested as to why you think Segwit is a negative or why the lightning network is bad. There are huge balance of power tradeoffs with on chain scaling. To me, blockchain in general as a distributed consensus mechanism is shit for scaling. Maybe future iterations will come up with something better, but building a stack makes a hell of a lot more sense than on chain scaling. We don't try to write stocks into gold. It doesn't even make sense. Bad analogy, I know.

The Parsec protocol with SAFE is pretty genius. That whole project takes a lot of work to understand for most in the crypto space. It willl just keep pushing forward. It's still nascent though.

Interesting perspectives on Ver. All important considerations. ABC, the "Alpha(bet)" chain…

As for Craig, still a douche.

These guys are either greedy as hell or their doing a psyop to divert the greedy followers who make problems away from BTC. They just keep finding wedges and exploit them. It's of little cost to such big hodlers and it provides the service of diversion for BTC to thrive and get shit done. Very art of war -esque.

"I've believed lately that Bitcoin Core was a false flag. It's all just games."

Say more…


50f132  No.3949569

File: 54029846af6b0b6⋯.jpg (5 KB, 141x151, 141:151, 2mv2kg.jpg)


50f132  No.3949663

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

9f6c25  No.3950118

File: 7db40bbdf32e274⋯.jpeg (55.98 KB, 750x450, 5:3, 1_cLNJdhBkF1uwuLoAYWbDzg.jpeg)

>>3949564

Look at the DigiByte blockchain anon.

Most decentralized blockchain currently. On chain scaling > lightning. Not a pipe dream, not a white paper. Already executed technology. Helped many altcoins solve their security flaws. 5 mining algorithms with real time difficulty adjustment. Announcements with real estate industry coming soon.

www.digibyte.io


50f132  No.3950526

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>3949663

Looks ad-libbed…


50f132  No.3950540

File: c10a94540943ced⋯.png (35.79 KB, 2232x110, 1116:55, ClipboardImage.png)

>>3950118

A good example of what alt-coin experiments are for then. They're testing grounds, not replacements. 5 algos? Sounds like Myriadcoin… totally unnecessary. Lipstick on a pig.


50f132  No.3950900

File: 9213e80a725d741⋯.png (227.64 KB, 1230x1038, 205:173, Screenshot 2018-11-18 at 1….png)

https://forum.solidproject.org/t/best-practices-for-ownership-in-social/609/5


951b54  No.3951473

>>3950540

> They're testing grounds, not replacements.

Sure.

>Lipstick on a pig

Not quite. Myopic statement.


50f132  No.3952582

>>3951473

There are so many charlatan projects marketing all kinds of unnecessary over-the-top bells and whistles while fundraising absurd amounts through unprecedented access to unsophisticated investors. I'm not going to beat around the bush. 99% of crypto is a bullshit scam and they shouldn't even have the perception of a soapbox to spew their greed-whoring.

What? Are you going to bring identity politics into crypto? But…but…but…muh tiny inactive shitcoin community says their new widget is the "next big thing".

GTFO.


cc8ae8  No.3952747

File: 23c8ba21ea7b4dc⋯.png (75.19 KB, 622x363, 622:363, Screen Shot 2018-11-18 at ….png)

53-47


50f132  No.3952945

File: 1ad7d32c17a4df7⋯.png (131.53 KB, 2006x698, 1003:349, ClipboardImage.png)


50f132  No.3953176

>>3952945

>>3952747

https://web.archive.org/web/20070214123237/http://www.castlecops.com/

RED CASTLE

GREEN CASTLE


50f132  No.3953207

File: 4d459e6188bbf5a⋯.png (75.68 KB, 2062x472, 1031:236, Screenshot 2018-11-18 at 1….png)

>>3953176

https://web.archive.org/web/20070202231434/http://wiki.castlecops.com:80/CastleCops


50f132  No.3957676

File: d16f2339845d4f7⋯.png (310.24 KB, 1095x450, 73:30, ClipboardImage.png)


33640c  No.3960138

File: c392dd0d483dec6⋯.png (55.24 KB, 1278x521, 1278:521, shots.png)

Anyone watching silver?

https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/SLV/chart?p=SLV#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


2e8229  No.3963061

>>3960138

1st archive at web.archive.org (bcz yahoo rejects archive.is)

2nd take that archive to archive.is, will get a short link that has no built-in trackers/cookies


4a9802  No.3967330

File: 258c3d69ed91aee⋯.jpg (292.43 KB, 2369x1230, 2369:1230, BCHSV2H.JPG)

File: 8c416ffb7d6397b⋯.jpg (152.31 KB, 821x981, 821:981, BCHSV1.JPG)

File: df45d325be674ec⋯.jpg (296.19 KB, 2355x1218, 785:406, BCHABC.JPG)

Kek


d3da82  No.3967749

File: fb77b5ce10c85d8⋯.gif (6.6 MB, 480x276, 40:23, rekt.gif)


d3da82  No.3967825

Strange, maybe unrelated. My ID seems to have updated now to this one, but should be the same IP…

Our residence lost internet access today and some friends were complaining about spotty cellular access this morning…

Anyone with a similar issue?


c64055  No.3968049

>>3948785

>motive for said fires being gold in those areas

http://www.silverbearcafe.com/private/heist.html


d3da82  No.3969023

File: d1ca9f0ca4c75d0⋯.png (246.77 KB, 1012x1390, 506:695, ClipboardImage.png)


1f9bb8  No.3969786

File: 5b838d7d8f72bd4⋯.jpg (96.47 KB, 1208x527, 1208:527, bch.jpg)

BCH got smashed and dropped below Stellar to #5. I like XLM.


d3da82  No.3970106

File: 41067be01474ca9⋯.png (252.58 KB, 628x1126, 314:563, ClipboardImage.png)


3de3a1  No.3972302

File: 338f59b34c93a1e⋯.jpeg (110.01 KB, 1242x613, 1242:613, 44E93E9C-4D3D-48F2-96D2-4….jpeg)

>>3970106

Posted now and deleted


d3da82  No.3973006

>>3972302

To whom was that a response?

Do people still not understand the Faust reference?


ce11e4  No.3973938

File: 7b136eb756f76d7⋯.jpg (69.46 KB, 1800x451, 1800:451, 112018 Crypto BCH.JPG)

How's that working out for you BCH 'trader'

and before you get cocky and make another general statement

POST YOUR TAPE or STFU


557235  No.3974572

the markets are blowing up… time to replace/reset.


ce73a7  No.3974594

File: 7596fbe6ab35829⋯.jpg (163.04 KB, 968x744, 121:93, 24[981.jpg)

>>3973006

not a response just a normal tweet so not sure who

not sure about faust connection


d3da82  No.3977169

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


d3da82  No.3977200

>>3974594

And if we take over the Bilderbergers, the FED, and MasterCard?


7a3117  No.3977398

File: 2152c223076a3b9⋯.png (185.29 KB, 1180x900, 59:45, 1.png)

File: c441335c4360f61⋯.png (1.6 MB, 1245x842, 1245:842, 2.png)

File: e0728d049306bc4⋯.png (703.58 KB, 1300x709, 1300:709, 3.png)

File: 1c3f1dc8ddf8d13⋯.png (1.98 MB, 1446x979, 1446:979, 4.png)

Trump is already minting his own coinage.

>started with silver

>now pre-ordering gold

trumpc oin2 020.c om


d3da82  No.3982006

File: cfe87fac87b97df⋯.png (140.96 KB, 1258x1036, 17:14, ClipboardImage.png)


aca16f  No.3985876

File: 841208fe193d689⋯.jpg (106.57 KB, 1396x332, 349:83, iamfaust.jpg)

>>3932610

Am I overthinking how blatant this is?

>learn to read our comms.


aca16f  No.3985890

File: 7031ed658277ae0⋯.png (163.58 KB, 727x279, 727:279, context2.PNG)

>>3985876

context.


d3da82  No.3987547

File: 09a7baefa118e7e⋯.png (713.66 KB, 729x500, 729:500, ClipboardImage.png)

>>3985876

>>3985890

sauce:https://twitter.com/ProfFaustus/status/1065167134815334402

This is interesting. We bring it up in here…and now all the sudden there's a live twitter conversation about it…correlation or causation?


aca16f  No.3987714

File: f6e618fccdbfb3f⋯.png (452.37 KB, 743x650, 743:650, 1111.PNG)

>>3987547

>correlation or causation?

It's a toss up as to whether they are responding to this thread, but I would be surprised if there were no eyes on it.

This one was a tweet from ProfFaustus thereafter.


d3da82  No.3989050

File: cad3bb26f794652⋯.png (1.83 MB, 1600x1213, 1600:1213, ClipboardImage.png)


7cba27  No.3992653

File: 1cde1995ef550c9⋯.png (88.46 KB, 685x383, 685:383, 1.png)

File: 151a2394a87cf10⋯.png (130.09 KB, 350x240, 35:24, highlander1.png)

>>3982006

That is the signal.

With this change ABC has officially bowed out of the race.

A properly functioning blockchain is its own checkpointing system.

If you do not trust math and probabilities then you do not trust Bitcoin.

Proof of checkpoint - that is a fail.

Who puts reinforcements on a structure that is solid?

So it was true then: BCH dies, BSV rises, BTC dies, Bitcoin rises. Retaking the throne.

Acceptance

That is good. I had to make sure.

Will move when I can.


7cba27  No.3992757

File: a87cd6c3f3935f6⋯.png (87.67 KB, 681x360, 227:120, 1111.png)

File: c2cf1cf9ed4bba9⋯.jpg (51.21 KB, 398x357, 398:357, IMG_0800.JPG)

File: 633fb55e60f5819⋯.png (179.48 KB, 640x561, 640:561, 55.png)

>>3987714

>11-11

Here is another courtesy of Gavin Andresen (img 1).

Posted at 5:16 where 5+16 = 21.

And a

>55

from Andreas. The price of his new book (img 2).

Where 55.61 = 17.

It seems like Core is starting to activate.

>>3987547

>correlation or causation

>eyes on it

I think it is a safe bet to assume as much.

Q is a hot topic, and so is Crypto, and this thread lies at the intersection of both.

Seems fitting that people would find their way here sooner later, and hopefully the conversation is of high enough quality that they revisit from time to time.


7cba27  No.3992802

File: e3b7a2d8b3c12f6⋯.png (382.71 KB, 763x335, 763:335, 55Vision.png)

File: eb1c0fc007d35ce⋯.png (105.31 KB, 920x295, 184:59, VVVVV.png)

>>3969786

>>3992653

It seems that BCH is dead anon.

Here is an excerpt from one of the old sites CSW used to keep.

>We seek to destroy that which we have creat5ed (sic)

>and we seek to replace it disruptively with something superior again.

5e = 5:5

>There is nothing perfect but the vision.

Bitcoin is dead,

Long live Bitcoin.

>>3973006

>>3974594

>Faust

img 2

V:V


7cba27  No.3992846

File: d74d59da10b7c88⋯.png (65.69 KB, 959x359, 959:359, Mnuchin.png)

File: 961ab63a09bfa6f⋯.png (17.77 KB, 494x111, 494:111, 53-47.png)

>>3475097

This might be a bit premature, but someone might have to break the news to Mnuchin that he needs a new shirt.

Seems the color palette has changed.

Speaking of Mnuchin

>53 - 47

Was his confirmation vote, if it means anything.

Interesting to note:

5-3 & 4-7 gets you 23.

11/23?

Where 2+3 = 5

Remember remember?

Just for fun though, of course.


7cba27  No.3992918

File: 7d72589830c326f⋯.png (76.1 KB, 678x601, 678:601, VA.png)

File: 7658e1abdb014da⋯.png (142.91 KB, 674x569, 674:569, Bizonacci.png)

File: 63fd3422e07893c⋯.png (73.77 KB, 878x724, 439:362, 1541741202719.png)

A few more coincidences that I forgot to bring up earlier.

1. Vin Armani activated on the Fifth of November where VA = VV

2. A cap from one of the Bizonacci videos where you get 17 if you add up all the numbers.

3. The C01N supercomputer specs. Uses a SUPERBLADE SBI-7127RG-E, where 7127 = 17. That's an actual part, so this coincidence might be a stretch. Then again maybe not.


7cba27  No.3992961

File: 6086f0cd1422d55⋯.png (250.09 KB, 330x515, 66:103, The_Big_Shortstika.png)

File: 88b48be92f6d5fe⋯.png (493.16 KB, 1012x468, 253:117, 2155.png)

>>3929859

>The Big Short

Watched it a few times anon, thanks for the rec.

Very good movie, and helps to put what we are doing here in perspective in a few ways.

I really like how they handled the idea of what it means to make money off the back of everyone else losing money.

Most of the characters were so busy trying to make it that they didn't stop to think of the implications.

That's why I never felt right about cheering stocks sliding.

Some other key points from the movie I liked:

1. The futility of using the system to bet against the system

2. The pain of going against the grain

I definitely felt /ourguys/ touch in this film.

Some interesting coincidences to note in the images I attached.


7cba27  No.3993027

File: a9380de70416cd7⋯.png (603.69 KB, 960x540, 16:9, 17Caesar.png)

>>3830335

>>3992961

Oh but this one was the most interesting.

sum the timestamp - 01:19:42

>17

>Caesar

Can it be?

Nah…


7cba27  No.3993066

>>3993027

>50:21 left.

71

Think mirror.

Nah becomes yeah.

Wew

Had it been there all along, or placed retroactively?

That's what I'm supposed to be digging on anyways.


d3da82  No.3997503

File: 203edc4e8d29f8f⋯.png (255.18 KB, 552x367, 552:367, ClipboardImage.png)


7cba27  No.3997837

File: 6c0b309bdd105ee⋯.jpg (41.26 KB, 354x223, 354:223, FibonacciSpiralColors.jpg)

File: 9d3c0816834587e⋯.jpg (49.17 KB, 600x371, 600:371, trump-golden-ratio-fibonac….jpg)

>>3997503

Kek.

That golden statue of Caesar is also placed at the golden ratio moment in the film.

Meaning if you take how many seconds long the film is, and multiply by .618, you get the ~timestamp of when the statue appears.

It is too many coincidences.


7cba27  No.3997879

File: c01d8b829dce293⋯.jpg (278.91 KB, 496x846, 248:423, CbIVsuc.jpg)

File: a31a8a8fe8ef9ac⋯.jpg (131.35 KB, 728x497, 104:71, statue-of-liberty-geometry….jpg)

>>3997837

Of course I think it's actually bronze but the point is clear.

Speaking of numerology check this out (pic 2).

>1111, 5:5, 21, 42, etc


7cba27  No.3998493

File: f056df5dbed5aec⋯.jpg (26.37 KB, 256x388, 64:97, 11-22-63.jpg)

File: f8c92425376a9f2⋯.png (18.35 KB, 483x77, 69:11, 17 18.png)

File: ebd41d59a90f451⋯.png (112.57 KB, 1689x227, 1689:227, AL AI.png)

File: acde60ccd1b603c⋯.png (61.66 KB, 1407x159, 469:53, plot.png)

>>3947581

>>3947598

Interesting and timely novel for anons to check out

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/11/22/63


d3da82  No.3999213

File: 957958db0da9475⋯.png (21.63 KB, 552x300, 46:25, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 99f64941b8f133b⋯.png (29.56 KB, 1236x190, 618:95, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 7d7d63e77e5bd3d⋯.png (212.39 KB, 1788x606, 298:101, ClipboardImage.png)

>>3998493

AI or Al(AL)?

https://dlbjbjzgnk95t.cloudfront.net/0906000/906395/https-ecf-flsd-uscourts-gov-doc1-051117728570.pdf

https://money.cnn.com/2017/02/03/media/trump-dossier-buzzfeed-lawsuit/

https://reason.com/volokh/2017/03/29/six-ways-buzzfeed-has-misled-t

PixelKnot?


577ef1  No.3999425

File: 4cf12d5362c983a⋯.png (178.82 KB, 192x349, 192:349, Screenshot_2018-11-22 Mela….png)

File: 17812976f87c7c6⋯.png (33.78 KB, 806x382, 403:191, Screenshot_2018-11-21 The ….png)

>>3998493 Same colors as this FLOTUS coat.


1f9bb8  No.4003249

>>3998493

Made into a miniseries starring James Franco as Jake.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/11.22.63


d56ad7  No.4004022

Some one established a new thread with the following. Can any one expand on these plans? Does this mean the (NWO) plans are still on track? Do these plans undermine POTUS MAGA plans? Thank you.

Anons,

Please check out the Federal Reserve Routing Numbers changes to occur on December 7, 2018 and the surrounding circumstances.

Please check out the merger activities of bonds as described on the Securities Exchange Commission sites.

Please check out the assembly of international corporations and the alliances that have occurred, particularly in the spring/summer of 2017.

***

Alot is going on with those that refer to themselves as the "Intellectual Elite", and very few are otherwise paying attention.

This is not news. But what can be discovered by those that choose to look may see the story that is about to be told.


d3da82  No.4004149

>>4004022

Saw that. Would be helpful if they would post some damn sauce or even gravy for Thanksgiving.


d3da82  No.4004242

>>4004149

>>4004022

Dec 7

Pearl Harbor


6945fe  No.4004259

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>4004022

Whatever the elites do, their system will eventually fail if their plans dont include giving power back to the people.


33640c  No.4007318

>>4004259

So lets assume we return to a gold standard. Price jumped from $35/oz to $850/oz in 1983 and currently floats around 150% in 2018 or $1250/oz.

If I HOLD gold and it jumps to $10,000/oz does this mean I could buy a house or a car for a few ounces of gold or would those also inflate in value?

Is this all to avoid being left with BOA/Chase 'balances' they can't convert to USD and merely stay alive, or will I get ahead of the curve with a few oz of gold?

What would determine the inflated value of gold/silver? $30 to $850 in 1980's seems drastic compared to $1250 to $10,000 even though the national debt is substantially higher.


33640c  No.4007475

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/11/23/overstock-to-sell-retail-business-and-reportedly-go-all-in-on-crypto-by-february.html

https://www.mediciventures.com


c82139  No.4007542

>>4007318

you would get ahead of the curve with a few ounces of gold.

or silver… especially if silver were to return to it's historical ratio. depends on the ratio they decide to go with.

a return to 15:1 historical ratio would be excellent for silver holders.

there was a time when a house could be purchased for 500oz of silver (yes, these were smaller homes… but let's use it as an example)

the revaluation of gold to non-maniputed / true values will be key in the reset of currencies worldwide (and the backing of these currencies)


d3da82  No.4007871

>>4007318

return to the gold standard, pay off national debt with confiscated cabal money or just cancel the fed debt(though it's more the banks ala fractional reserve lending that are a problem), find various synergies of debt that can be used to cancel debt across various parties, isolate the corporate debt and explode the bad actors and bad governments, no bailouts and allow normality to return. It's not going to be a single pronged attack like gold. It's going to be multi-pronged and complex as hell. It might not even affect the prices of any asset all that much. Who knows what variables they have in the supercomputer to come up with an awesome solution. Who knows how much off shore money could be flooding back into the system. We might even see deflation.

What do they say, an ouze of gold buys a good suit. that's probably outdated, but 10,000 seems like a lot unless the dollar gets inflated like hell. That's not a good option. That will crush most the people they're trying to help to rebuild the middle class.

>>4007542

Sears kit homes. That would be awesome to see again…with the applicable quality and tech upgrades. Housing is ridiculously expensive.


45e1e5  No.4007973

>>4007542

Agreed on all points, plus I think alliance allies are backing up their reserves for the reset. US audit shows 260mio Troy ounces of gold and 7mio oz of silver in reserve. In order to be revalued it would need to cover the minimum of gdp at 20tio plus broad money @26%. For a total of 25tio. @ that ratio w/o considering debts or derivatives. Gold could be revalued at 100k and Slv @ 7k to cover the 25tio. If u take these numbers and run them against major holders of metal reserves i.e. ru,ch,jp,in,de, etc. Etc. The potential revaluation is similar. Take global gdp or gwp and your looking at 100tio min plus broad $ @ 126tio. Now if you look at the paper to phys ration on the LME u run at gold 213x paper vs gold & slv @ 533x ratio.

God =266k and slv @7.7k. The range is broad, but the #s all align. It will take time to reset the monster from Jekyll island, but metals are tried true and trusted universally.

No coincidences

Listen to auther alliance insider, same message just not in #s


d3da82  No.4008083

>>4007475

>https://www.cnbc.com/2018/11/23/overstock-to-sell-retail-business-and-reportedly-go-all-in-on-crypto-by-february.html

That's NOTABLE.


d3da82  No.4008125

>>4007973

So, the idea is to save america…so we just fuck the middle class and the poor by valuing gold at 100k and send inflation into overdrive…

sounds like a plan for chaos. 3% or less of america owns gold…


45e1e5  No.4008219

>>4008125

Its a 1:1 swap on a macro level. Fiat 4 metal. Sure some will get rich, but historically bimetallic backed currency shows less of an inflation against fiat. Once the number is set as standardized inflation stops. Like the pre previous post, deflation is more likely. Look at Powell and the other fed nominees they are historically dovish and not hawkish. A mechanic doesn't care what his $ is backed by ad long as it buys the same or preferable MORE. A reset doesn't automatically make everyone equal. That is socialism which does not work. We are not equal because we do not think alike which makes these boards so valuable.


45e1e5  No.4008257

>>4008219

Intrinsic value vs perceived


6945fe  No.4008324

>>4008219

I guess the goal is a return to sound, non-manipulatable money. Not equal distribution of purchasing power.


45e1e5  No.4008403

>>4008324

Land of opportunity. Anons dont do this for profit or fame, just to share knowledge, educate and hope for a better shot at a new world.

Patience & faith are the most valuable of commodities


6945fe  No.4008758

File: be7cb02be3454ce⋯.png (10.72 MB, 3840x2160, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)


c82139  No.4009405

>>4008125

>>4008219 (ty anon)

the 1:1 swap from fiat to the rv'd asset backed dollar makes it fair…. as long as long as the money being swapped has a proven providence… the policing of this transition is the key


c82139  No.4009446

>>4008125

the middle class is getting fucked by using a fiat dollar… over-inflated in value… constantly depreciating in value.

when the currency becomes sovereign… trusted… asset backed… then everyone owns gold.


cb03f6  No.4009662

>>4008324

Consider how the current system works.

The treasury needs a bond in order to spend beyond tax receipts. The treasury issues a bond, which is sold on the "open market" - but the federal reserve has a special leniency involved. Because the federal reserve buys treasury bonds, it can defer payment to the treasury until the bond matures. In other words, the treasury bond is considered to be the asset used to back the sale in the first place. But the interest on the bond goes to the owners of the federal reserve.

If that isn't fun enough, then we get into how all currency in our system springs into circulation. Those bonds are spent on government contracts or to government employees. All other currency is effectively recycling this initial purchase by the government. While there are other assets on the market, their relative value is determined by the supply of and demand for treasury notes.

As goods and services are taxed, the currency initially placed into circulation is siphoned out of circulation. This places the purchasing power of the current system into the hands of two major parties. The government/politicians and the companies and/or banks chosen to be the benefactors of these contracts.

We are already a fascist economy. We simply haven't implemented the blatant legal framework declaring it so.

There is a third player that arises as a consequence of this being done in a human system. The people who run the contractors and who manage to own assets of monetary worth in this system forever hold an advantage. Those who hold assets only need to transiently use currency. They sell a business, commodity, etc and convert it to the cash necessary for the transaction, and their wealth stays within assets. This "asset class" is kept above the continual inflation of the currency.

The proverbial working class, however, works for this currency. They face an ever depreciating value with ever increasing costs of living. Minimum wages are implemented only to further increase costs. People become renters and debtors, forever living paycheck to paycheck with the political caste buying votes/support by directing "relief" in one direction or another.

The current system is designed to be a prison. It is designed to destroy the concept of general property ownership, to divest the people from their heritage/culture, and to bankrupt them both literally and figuratively. It is evil in every sense of the word.


599931  No.4010299

>>4009662

Beautiful synopsis of our current system. Leaps & bounds beyond my ability to articulate. So with a baseline set, what could tomorrow look like?

Cheers & an honor to comm


d3da82  No.4010870

File: 2adb862e9957ad9⋯.png (73.32 KB, 1538x404, 769:202, ClipboardImage.png)

Product Placement


d3da82  No.4010879

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

9e323f  No.4013419

File: 083d4a0bd96bf03⋯.png (918.54 KB, 1076x980, 269:245, your_future_1.png)

>>3830335

This is the future. The new notes will have the following features:

-Blockchain driven

-Backed by precious metals

-Polymer

-Impossible to counterfeit

All the errors of the past are about to be made clean.

If you have not seen them anons look again.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmtw8grnnUM

The only way you will be able to get these notes is with cash or precious metals IN HAND. All other forms of digital fiat forgery will not be accepted at the gates.


9e323f  No.4013504

File: 8519b5df10f81dc⋯.jpg (160.16 KB, 680x474, 340:237, sat-o-sh-i.jpg)

>>3830335

>the idea of Satoshi

ancaps BTFO

For the life of me I cannot comprehend why people did not see cryptocurrency as the precious metals bear trap. It even syncs up perfectly when you overlay the two markets going back to the creation of Bitcoin.

Cryptocurrency was a labor camp to refine blockchain. Connect these dots and you will easily see that crypto is the LEFT on life extension.

Bill Clinton → Larry Summers → Digital Currency Group → Barry Silbert → Coinbase → Bitcoin → the left in utter despair

You think Cali burning is a coincidence? I think not. Add it up. There is only one sound money.


6945fe  No.4013573

>>4013504

Sorry I dont buy the 'decentralized ledger system' created by the cabal as a 'mark of the beast' theory. The technology is a complete anti-thesis to their centralized power structure. This is their last ditch attempt to corner that market. They know their end is coming with more public awareness.

Decentralized crypto exchanges with copies of multiple varieties of blockchain projects downloaded on millions of computers will put an end to this whole mess. It can work hand in hand with the precious metal backing (ref >>3830335)


9e323f  No.4013609

File: 9cd201e89328eb9⋯.jpg (92.29 KB, 725x483, 725:483, 2d1d580ae31a61d108e6501693….jpg)

>>3477587

>why not bitcoin

Open your eyes anon. Bitcoin and ALL of its offshoots act as a contrasting agent. Who is the patient? Think about 2014. Year of the wooden horse. They have been infiltrated and lured into a sense of false security.

Think pizzagate. When is Bitcoin pizza day? May 22nd when exactly 223 days are left in the year. How do you read your sentences? 2015 Bitcoin bottom is reached and the crossover begins. The rest is history. Now you have an alpha in your pocket.


9e323f  No.4013627

File: 55ffb5184a23be7⋯.png (297.46 KB, 587x367, 587:367, 13.png)

>>4013573

Funny how the anti-thesis literally got absorbed and tainted to become their life extension isn't it? I'm not here to sell you anything i'm here to let you know your still in sim mode.


6945fe  No.4013636

>>4013627

>sim mode

Ain't we all? We are living in the matrix anyway


9e323f  No.4013659

>>4013636

>We are living in the matrix anyway

No. Perhaps you just like to live in it because it is comfy?


33640c  No.4013767

>>4013573

>Sorry I dont buy the 'decentralized ledger system' created by the cabal as a 'mark of the beast' theory.

I do. You have each country responsible for mining/processing transactions, not individuals. Instead of a serial that no one knows if it's copied, you have a ledger to know which anyone can read.

Keeping companies in charge of exchanges and mining is exactly what banks and wall st do today.


d15c35  No.4013961

File: 5d01bf751199400⋯.jpg (331.69 KB, 1223x1600, 1223:1600, Economist 1988.jpg)

>>4013419

The FDIC insures digital fiat forgery until $250,000. Gonna be lots of people pissed off if not.


9e323f  No.4014103

File: 9000a24bf561d90⋯.png (2.21 MB, 1087x1623, 1087:1623, your_future_10.png)

>>4013961

>Gonna be lots of people pissed off

Do you think there is room for debasement in a new economy? As this plays out those people are going to have much more to be pissed off about besides not being let in the gates.

Those who remained based during the trial will be allowed to enter only. As a show of good faith the ones that floated the backup to the digital ponzi will also be let in. Of course they will not get a one to one transfer. They will get "fair value".


6945fe  No.4014217

>>4013767

What if this technology bypasses cross-country bureaucratic setups because everything has been secured via time stamping and mathematics? Why wouldnt it be something desirable for everyone? This digital security framework can be cross-related to physical metal inventory and trading setups can be established based on the occupational output of every country.


bb108d  No.4014567

>>4010299

The important thing to keep in mind is that value is determined by an object or skill/task's desirability. The current system is designed to compel people to accept working tasks well below their value. The studies done have shown that managers who streamline a factory floor will then use those gains to pad their office staff (because being a manager over more people is better) with people who have nothing better to do than make cat memes all day (and justify the $400,000 student loans they still have to pay back with a comparably sized paycheck).

Ultimately, a "stable tomorrow" looks very different from today. People who own property and have few bills will not be willing to perform work that is undervalued, but will also be able to place a far lower PRICE on that work, as their cost of living is lower. Average pay goes down, but people are largely just paying for their utilities and food - there may even be a shift back toward sustenance gardening/farming, which would further shift how we live.

Many communities in Europe prior to World War 2 were somewhat communal. In small groups who stick together, people do gravitate toward a "i scratch your back and you scratch mine" sort of structure. There were community gardens, tool/workshops, bakeries, and community meals/feasts were rather common. This doesn't really scale as well to city life, but we could see many suburbs and rural areas default back to this very quickly. Many things people currently pay for would become part of the local community economy, where "social credit" systems can work within the Dunbar layering of our species (worth looking up - Dunbar Layers). All of this becomes radically amplified by the internet and today's automated manufacturing and "printing." A community could easily, with the trades within, afford to automate large parts of a hydroponics setup or to build the machinery necessary to produce textiles, electronics, etc.

For dealing with those outside the "tribe" - there is money. These are purchasing hard resources. Steel will almost always be more practical to purchase as a bulk refined resource. Aluminum - the same. Specialties are sure to arise within each community that appeals to its natural resources or historic skill set.

Depending on the local population density, what this "community" becomes may differ. It may literally be small towns, in some cases. In others, it may be residential subdivisions. In more urban areas, it may be social clubs or residential complexes. More dense populations have more need of money to deal with the lack of social credit tracking. We can't process that many people, and need money to faithfully execute/negotiate transactions, many of which will be things that those from more sparse communities generate on their own. Task specialization means greater efficiency, but also means greater dependence for other resources.

Depending on how that all pans out, we could see a massive collapse of most urban areas as people find them not worth the stress next to the gains in "3d printing" - while some things will always need factory settings to make, it is possible many would become redundant. Why make billions of plastic forks when the metal ones made at the 3d printer will last nearly forever and meal cleanup can be automated?

What will be worth producing in a factory and what will be made by micro-fabs will be up to the proverbial market - and I have long argued that human beings are not meant to live in cities. I believe they will ultimately migrate out of them once the technological advancements made recently take hold, spare for a few cases here and there. But it is a belief I am curious to see tested against the history of the future.


d3da82  No.4014694

File: ab473fad4189999⋯.png (647.05 KB, 800x981, 800:981, ClipboardImage.png)

DARPA


d3da82  No.4014709

File: 77cb9e70013ef14⋯.jpeg (279.98 KB, 2393x1581, 2393:1581, 80d466bc95fa6ea1abf2efaf1….jpeg)

File: 2e8303041f0542e⋯.png (13.14 KB, 196x220, 49:55, ClipboardImage.png)


9e323f  No.4014849

File: 808bc587dc4ae16⋯.jpg (537.57 KB, 1400x1483, 1400:1483, 20dolla.jpg)

>>4014217

Greed begets greed. That should have been one lesson that anyone who touched crypto currencies should have learned. This experiment, which was basically the history of modern mining paired with modern finance, was a compressed version of what happens when the collective herd runs the show. In a span of about 10 years you saw exactly what happened to the finical system. A crash course on why we here in the predicament that we are in.

This is where the new notes enter the equation. A truly based form of economics where the receipts of metals are what they say they are using blockchain. This system will be run by refined individuals that are like teflon when greed is thrown at them.

This is why the entry points into this system will be narrow. There will not be any room for those who prefer 100x multipliers, leverage, spoofing, and bid rigging. It will be decentralized but not in the hands of the lost.


d3da82  No.4014871

>>4013419

Still says legal tender and federal reserve note.

Reconcile.

>>4013504

This is pretty dumb. There are a bunch of retards in crypto and lefty technocrats but the original bitcoiners are not that at all. Don't confound the two. You'll throw out the baby with the bathwater.

>>4013961

True. Plus, think of all the retirees that have money in a money market settlement fund in their portfolios. That money isn't FDIC insured…

This is supposed to be able making things better, not fucking everyone over. The only people that would survive are young workers without property who only have a salary guarantee and rich property owners. Sounds like a pretty fucked up reset. 2008 rich man's bailout all over again…

>>4014217

>>4014567

Go forward by going backwards and sticking our heads in the ground. Nice.

I would hope we have enough technology not to have to do that. Sounds like a fucking commie hippy utopia. Didn't we try that already? good luck with your permaculture biohome.


d3da82  No.4014930

File: 0b8d0ef5807ddcd⋯.png (111.04 KB, 384x184, 48:23, Screenshot 2018-11-24 at 1….png)

File: 5bda712aec0397c⋯.png (32.33 KB, 62x388, 31:194, Screenshot 2018-11-24 at 1….png)


9e323f  No.4015606

File: af29b58789622ed⋯.jpg (22.71 KB, 744x45, 248:15, frn.jpg)

File: 2a98875a254e3f3⋯.jpg (18.83 KB, 207x171, 23:19, frn_1.jpg)

File: a0e0b44daa15aea⋯.jpg (29.77 KB, 243x219, 81:73, frn_2.jpg)

>>4014930

What are metals priced in? What are cryptos priced in? Who runs you now? The Federal Reserve.

Only diluted ancaps think they are going to rule the world collecting all their fees running precious metals / crypto outfits. The rest of us have to step up to the plate and produce what matters most.

The Fed isn't going anywhere.


3684a4  No.4015782

>>4014849

>There will not be any room for those who prefer 100x multipliers

so it's going to be inherently antisemitic omg


9e323f  No.4015848

File: ec9a56727926790⋯.png (696.42 KB, 598x715, 46:55, allied_bank.png)

>>4015782

>antisemitic

I see what you did there but it won't be enough to derail the future of finance. Remember cash or metals in hand. While you are cashing your chips out of the digital casino spend your time researching some things.

May I suggest colony collapse disorder? I'll even do you a solid and link it for you.

https://www.epa.gov/pollinator-protection/colony-collapse-disorder

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colony_collapse_disorder


33640c  No.4015876

>>4015606

>What are metals priced in? What are cryptos priced in? Who runs you now? The Federal Reserve.

You're being naive. Metals existed before the fed, they transitioned the value. Watch that Roman empire video to see how people asked 'whats gold worth' when Nixon was around and froze pricing, all to quell the people. Fed wouldn't exist if it didn't assess a value for everything.


bb108d  No.4015974

>>4014871

Whoever said we moved "forward" in the first place?

If you look back through history, you'll notice that families often owned large amounts of property and looked after each other. I am not proposing a commie or hippie anything - simply saying that old cultures tended to behave this way because it was effective and consistent with how our psychology naturally stratifies.

The age of young men seeking to head out and form their own nuclear families was a product of the immigrant culture as people migrated and were uprooted from that social structure in their homeland - if it was held at all because of serfdom in some regions.

Two world wars and the Vietnam draft also reinforced this pattern and expectation, now financed by the fractional reserve lending system that amplifies the already hideous power of the federal reserve. After the hereditary family was split up and destroyed - the community - the nuclear family followed as a target. The war on poverty destroyed the nuclear family by inserting the state in the position of the father.

Then the war on even sexual relations between men and women could begin, followed by the concept of self and individual identity.

Since all of this has been destroyed in our current system and only small vestiges of each remain, there will be no return to the family estate - at least for a long time. Those structures are largely gone within America, as are the concepts of familial clans that you still find in Europe and Asia. Thus, they will largely fall back onto local communities and who happens to be around at the time. Whatever "local" ends up being, as the internet now supports a form of locality beyond geography.

Very little of what we are currently living in is natural or beneficial. What benefit is there to cities? What benefit is there to denoting everything into a dollar value or exchange?

In my travels to the East for the holidays, there is apparently a new fad among the womenfolk - Ray Dunn (or Rei Dunn?) - various ceramic sets with inscriptions on them that are sold and collected like beanie babies. It makes for an interesting sociology study as you see women trading with each other - some "hunt" and stake out the stores to buy these things, depending on who they are buying them for depends on whether or not the exchange is done "at price" or not. Women who are "upsellers" are looked down on within the social group. Most prefer to trade within their "tribe."

Like I said - look up Dunbar Layering and you'll understand. None of this is surprising or actually "backward." Money and government are both tools we have developed to operate in increasingly large groups beyond the tribal restrictions of our mind.

The current system is designed to destroy inheritance, to break up the family, and to keep the individual subservient to the media and state. It is an evil thing and has done a very effective job of making everyone believe it is the paragon of progress.

Just go back and ask what the benefit is o of x, y, or z. Why are we living this way? Do we actually enjoy it? What factors weigh on our decisions?

Perhaps people will choose to keep cities. Perhaps my assessment misses something or is weighted by my suburban biases - or perhaps people will still live in cities, but the dynamics will change so substantially as to be unrecognizable, socially.

I do not really know - I just know how people have arranged in the past, what technology is more than capable of (particularly some stuff I am working on), and how people are currently arranged.


9e323f  No.4016007

File: 4a673a26134ca51⋯.png (1.36 MB, 1169x715, 1169:715, tenbyten.png)

>>4015876

>Fed wouldn't exist if it didn't assess a value for everything.

Perhaps you are the one being naive. It is all around you. It is in every corner of your life. You watch one video of Mike Maloney and now you think you can will it dead with some memes?

Have you ever considered that zero percent interest spawned the crypto bid rigging explosion? How did people even purchase cryptos or metals for that matter? The Fed exists because it is one of the strongest memes on the planet.

Take a look at that rebirth from the ashes cover you all like to decipher (and poorly I might add) so much. I think you were a bit off.


d3da82  No.4016254

File: c0b018dbb3960a1⋯.jpg (83.76 KB, 691x913, 691:913, jtcg040518.jpg)


33640c  No.4016928

>>4016007

You're rambling.

>it's all around you, every corner of your life

wtf does this do to upend the simple fact that what you ranted about previously means nothing

>What are metals priced in? What are cryptos priced in?

Last I checked I can gamble in bitcoin, buy shit on amazon with bitcoin, buy precious metals with bitcoin.

Everything doesn't translate to DOLLAR its you that stuck on dollars. Go to a country that dgaf about the dollar and you'll see pricing in their currency. It all depends on what your taxes are collected in and trickles down from there.

Aside from your rant, do you have a point or are you here to just practice chatting?


9e323f  No.4017197

File: db2bcacdb4bcc4a⋯.jpg (601.51 KB, 1400x1566, 700:783, 100dolla.jpg)

>>4016928

It's up to you whether or not you want to be part of the future. Your obvious bias isn't going to change that. There still may be time for you as the digital ponzi party still has it's doors open for the time being.


d3da82  No.4017241

File: 9ca98e7348f2a1b⋯.png (1.47 MB, 1480x987, 1480:987, ClipboardImage.png)

File: a2598362efed188⋯.png (74.41 KB, 1520x434, 760:217, ClipboardImage.png)

https://cointelegraph.com/news/how-hillary-clinton-seeks-to-end-the-internet-bitcoin-and-the-free-world-op-ed


9e323f  No.4017287

File: a81ab87d2a6d139⋯.png (52.43 KB, 980x980, 1:1, anon.png)

>>4017241

>now he is starting to get it

From Stan Stalnaker to John Podesta

Email subject: Digital Currency for Hillary

Date May 13th 2015

"Dear John,

Bitcoin is being used on the Republican side and could be a useful tool"

https://wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/emailid/15589

TROJAN HORSE


d3da82  No.4017381

>>4017287

Just stop talking, shill.

Their use of bitcoin backfired on them because of it's traceability. That's not evidence that their behind Bitcoin. To the contrary in fact.


9e323f  No.4017413

File: e480eae076b2ad2⋯.png (251.59 KB, 570x300, 19:10, pepelooper.png)

>>4017381

Pic related. Wake up cause it was never meant to stay.


d3da82  No.4017524

>>4017413

We'll see on Bitcoin. Few who bash it know much about it or about what positive is going on in the SEC, CFTC, etc. Those that do know, bash Bitcoin but only to replace it with another crypto like Bcash. Those who throw the baby out with the bathwater have no understanding.

You have no idea of the decentralization tech that is coming. It can't be stopped. Pandora's box is open.


d3da82  No.4017549

>>4017413

People in Bitcoin are immune to FUDsters like yourself who proabably just want capitulation faster so they can buy on the cheap. Classic cabal technique if you ask me…


9e323f  No.4017575

File: 741c11c73d1fc54⋯.png (2.13 MB, 1400x1483, 1400:1483, your_future_50.png)

>>4017524

>Few who bash it know much about it

I lived it, saw it for what it was, and moved on. I never looked back. It's called growth.

>>4017524

>It can't be stopped.

We can agree on that. It won't be in your current digital fiat forgery markets though.

Like I said "contrasting agent".

-Blockchain driven

-Backed by precious metals

-Polymer

-Impossible to counterfeit

New notes incoming.

You're going to get your D5.


9e323f  No.4017592

>>4017549

Take one last look:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmtw8grnnUM

Do it before social media goes dark. It will be the last time you see them if you don't cash in your digital bags of air.


d3da82  No.4018204

File: d3e0644072f09d0⋯.png (76.1 KB, 998x1360, 499:680, ClipboardImage.png)

https://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/exrp/sdrm/eng/sdrm.pdf


33640c  No.4022578

>>4017197

this is a shill. he's peddling new fed dollars and projecting his bias.

it was suspected this Q shit is MOS trying to get people in line. pretty obovious now


6945fe  No.4022771

>>4017575

Like many alluded to, it is ultimately irrelevant what it is priced in the digital forgery markets. The important question is will decentralized ledger tech with precious metals backing survive in the future? Everything suggests that the pandora's box has indeed been opened. Lies no more. Black budgets no more.


9e323f  No.4028870

File: 123eec96d02fddf⋯.jpg (40.96 KB, 900x506, 450:253, atacama.jpg)

>>4022771

>it is ultimately irrelevant what it is priced in the digital forgery markets

This is perhaps my favorite delusion. Without the hype via the price granted by the digital fiat ponzi forgery markets decentralized databases would have never gotten the attention of anyone. How was this possible? Someone had to take the profits from the initial precious metals run up and dump it into hardware to prepare for the classic game of pass the trash.

New notes incoming. Nothing can stop it. The people are not running the databases. It will continue to be centralized. You failed at tricking the most debased society ever to go all in on the crypto scam train.

Such a shame that we have to go this route again. You guys literally turned into the system you were trying to remove. You will forever drink from the Fed's teets.


33640c  No.4034956

>>4028870

People are lazy and don't know how money works or how they do. They base what they want on the opposite of what they dislike and don't learn they only like safe things that require little thinking and don't remind them how cancerous it is.

When it comes to money they want what others want because they want something and will need to trade but don't want to think about any way to do that other than what others want today. Remember trading chickens or eggs for grain? No, they sell for money and buy grain.

With all of this said, who ever has the most followers will determine what is wanted.

If we go back to metals I think we'll have an intro period where "you get $100 for every 1oz of silver or 1g of gold" but once banking thinks the majority of metals were accumulated they'll have to raise the price to maintain leverage and that might mean "now you get $500 for every 1oz of silver and 1g of gold". Always pushing until a few have the majority and can control societies to evolve and prevent chaos.

nothing else makes sense to me. as for what becomes the material the banks want, no idea. it would be absurd to me for silver mining companies to be worth trillions though


6945fe  No.4035783

File: d84a103b9936786⋯.png (43.51 KB, 1239x522, 413:174, ClipboardImage.png)

>>4034956

>people dont know how money works.

Hopefully the future will hold more transparency.


d3da82  No.4037467

File: 20cc5ad07b1b01d⋯.png (1002.08 KB, 658x1000, 329:500, ClipboardImage.png)

Brock Pierce


23cc9d  No.4048645

File: ff04be42c7eca94⋯.png (322.18 KB, 2262x916, 1131:458, 1.png)

File: d42ac7e96a7bf7e⋯.png (225.79 KB, 2184x1200, 91:50, 2.png)

File: 8cf662feacdfdc6⋯.png (261.52 KB, 2228x1216, 557:304, 3.png)

>>4037467

Crypto is being manipulated, but for what reason I don't know.

What I am seeing is that it was in a very tight for a couple of month preceding the BCH hard fork. Now it's stair stepping due to an artificially periodic trading volume. Also at each step down, it seems trading is much more volatile - perhaps they are looking for the point at which people start buying/selling again - rather than just let bots do it. In any case, I've always considered the cryto market to be astroturfed. The recent happs since 11/15 just confirm this form me. Another thing is all the application/exchange support (esp early on).

Theories (not all mutually exclusive):

1. (((they))) are trying to find the true level of buy support after keeping all crypto artificially high

2. (((someone))) is buying as much crypto as they can - it is well known the central banks are making a run on gold; the result is artificially low prices

>>related pics

1. all cc follows same pattern, except those tied to fiat

2. last few months

3. last couple of weeks, red and orange lines are the same length


23cc9d  No.4048696

File: 99f9b9740b97924⋯.png (454.07 KB, 2168x1228, 542:307, 4.png)

File: a6a59d566be4b4a⋯.png (265.1 KB, 2250x1264, 1125:632, 5.png)

>>4048645

Forgot to note, 24 hr volume is like a sine wave for 2 periods over 11/15-11/25ish (!10 days). BTC dominance is also trending UP.

>>related pics

4. dominance all time

5. recent dominance trending up


23cc9d  No.4048746

File: 2fa73a4221be8f8⋯.jpg (68.66 KB, 960x960, 1:1, 26-guns.jpg)

>>4015974

>The war on poverty destroyed the nuclear family by inserting the state in the position of the father.

the feels


d3da82  No.4049016

>>4048645

Binance and Tether helped pump it all. It's a much needed correction. Capitulation is close. There is a price and time element. Low enough and long enough to exhaust 99% of the shitcoin projects out there. Prosecutions, Regulations, and User-Friendly Products…that's what brings the institutional and retail money. Unless there is a catalyst, I'd imagine second semester 2019 or first semester 2020 as the BTC halving approaches before we see a reversal in the current bear. Certain groups have definitely started to dollar-cost average as the price goes down. BTC is the only CC that follows technical indicators well enough to suggest that there are enough investors to get classic trading and collective psychological consensus. There are surely elements who help exaggerate the ups and downs, but it's not like other coins that show little correlation to traditional investments. Some alts follow BTC more or less, but 99% so so many trading outliers that they're considered manipulated.


d3da82  No.4049047

>>4049016

>but it's not like other coins that show little correlation to traditional investments.

better said, traditional investment analysis tools have little applicability on shitcoins. Hence, the problem is likely with the shitcoins, not the time-tried and refined tools…


d3da82  No.4062949

File: 04cf6a99c51cecc⋯.png (799.37 KB, 1181x886, 1181:886, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 21286a7225bab6d⋯.png (1.68 MB, 1776x1028, 444:257, ClipboardImage.png)

https://www.ccn.com/hollywood-blockbuster-wreck-it-ralph-2-features-crypto-cameo/

CCN is expanding. Are you our next full-time journalist from the West Coast USA? Send us your CV and examples here.

The relentless incursion of cryptocurrency into popular culture has recorded another first with the SAFE Network being featured in the newly-released animation movie ‘Wreck-it-Ralph 2 – Ralph Breaks The Internet’.

First pointed out by posters on internet forums, the feature was then confirmed by a shot of a cinema screen showing the SAFE logo clearly displayed during a scene in the movie.

Hollywood Loves Crypto?

Prior to this, cryptocurrency has featured regularly on the smaller screen with televisions shows like ‘The Good Wife’, ‘The Simpsons’, ‘House of Cards’, ‘NCIS LA’ and ‘Supernatural’ dipping their toesi nto the subject as far back as 2012. Recently however, the recognition of crypto as a bona fide part of popular culture has made its way to the silver screen, with the Coen Brothers reportedly working on a new movie about former Silk Road admin Ross Ulbricht.

In June 2018, Hollywood Reporter revealed that a movie about money laundering titled ‘Crypto’ is currently in production with a superstar cast including Alexis Bledel, Kurt Russell, Beau Knapp. Luke Hemsworth, Jeremie Harris, Vincent Kartheiser and director John Stalberg Jr.

Reacting to the news of the feature through its official account on the SAFE Forum, Maidsafe said:

“Hey all, we’ve been watching this one with interest – thanks to everyone who’s pinged us over the weekend to give us the heads up! We’re trying to do a bit of digging to find out more – but, most excitingly, this isn’t something that we’ve worked on directly within the team. It may have organically come out of our connections with the Silicon Valley HBO series 5. But whatever the reason, knowing just how much time is allocated to designing and checking every single frame of a major animation film from a company like Disney to ensure it’s perfect at the end of a multi-month production cycle, I think it’s safe to say that the SAFE Network’s been chosen for a good reason. We’ll let you all know if we find out the connection over the next few days.”

It will be recalled that prior to this, Marvel comics featured cryptocurrency in a comic strip titled Hunt for Wolverine – Adamantium Agenda #1. More recently, in October 2018, late noughties Hip hop sensation Soulja Boy released a single titled “Bitcoin” from his latest mixtape ‘Young Draco’.

Also in October, CCN reported that Johnny Depp penned a deal with Tatatu, a tokenized social entertainment platform that reportedly raised $575 million in what became the third largest ICO ever.


aca16f  No.4063603

File: 6e41438f9ebd2c9⋯.png (344.47 KB, 613x740, 613:740, mhbc.PNG)

>>4062949

>cameos

>$575 million ICO

>hollywood

>Wreck-it-Ralph 2

>muh celebrities

https://twitter.com/btchudson/status/1065263486182268928

Pic and link very related.


d3da82  No.4065829

>>4063603

FYI, SAFE was the very first ICO…back when it was called crowdfunding. The project is older than Bitcoin, and more ambitious than any other crypto. They only raised about $2M and have built the most ambitious project while others are raising hundreds of millions and have no talent or vision or product. The appearance in Disney was apparently not paid for or solicited. Remember more good people than bad right? Don't miss the baby for the bathwater.

British Drake, nice. He makes a good point, but the strawman of his observation and your list doesn't really address the project.

Clowns at AWS can fuck right off.


aca16f  No.4066159

>>4065829

Fair dues anon. I know little about SAFE and the fact that it's been around longer than bitcoin gives it some potential for credit IMO. I wrongly assumed it was yet another one of the many shitcoins that have turned out to be based on nothing.


d3da82  No.4066425

>>4066159

It might turn out to be nothing…but when you've got the one of the head guys who built the Saudi Aramco network in the 90s as your CEO whose well versed in the world of the cypherpunks and been thinking about this issues for a long time, it's a different mindset than the easy free money printing. Sure 99% of crypto is BS, but when there is a project trying to disrupt the world in 2006 without the slightest twinkle of crypto yet, you've got to assume their motives predate the free money aspect. Sure, they understood the fundraising part early, but what they really claim to understand is that blockchain is limited, perhaps better than gold if more mature, but still a bit of a solution looking for a problem. The real problem is data privacy, hence monetization. The whole internet needs to be reworked, not just a financial protocol layer. That doesn't mean SAFE and BTC can't co-evolve, but having the value aspect built into the network is advantageous.

If you want a scan, look at EOS or ethereum or blockstack or some of these other bullshit reverse engineering projects. You won't find the maidsafe team on bitcoin cruises, at the poker table, or at strip clubs.


d3da82  No.4066454

>>4066425

FYI, they're Scottish, so…the pub.


9e323f  No.4104176

File: e03c495e6ccba38⋯.jpeg (509.97 KB, 2128x1416, 266:177, D5 National Holiday.jpeg)

Hope your out before D5…..


d3da82  No.4104717

>>4104176

Diversification is our strength…


33640c  No.4120848

Canada outlaws mailing precious metals.

http://halturnerradioshow.com/index.php/news/world-news/3517-canada-outlaws-the-mailing-of-precious-metals

Not sure if this means you can't have them delivered (ie buy online). But you can't get them mailed if you wanted to leave the country and meet your gold elsewhere.

Can anyone give me a good reason this would happen? I can pretend insurance fraud "mail fake gold" claim it got lost or replaced along the way. But I find it hard to believe.


c64c9d  No.4124002

File: 3e19a197ed3515f⋯.jpg (205.56 KB, 962x641, 962:641, 6908096-6451503-A_Parisian….jpg)


d3da82  No.4124259

File: 96b64a4a49a4582⋯.png (1.34 MB, 962x641, 962:641, ClipboardImage.png)


ce11e4  No.4125361

you all were warned of cryptos crashing months ago.

No one said a word back then. Interesting its been a defensive position since the very first shill showed up here about a month ago. Fully aware of the need and structure blockchain provides. Several discussions, good ones , in the first bread.

Wait until the tree's are fully shaken and not just stirred.

Bloodbath in all crypto's over last 6 weeks. BC cash is a fookin' riot

Hope Mr. Trade got out in time..sure he did not.


6945fe  No.4127654

>>4125361

Possibly rhetorical, but how long do you think before they stop shaking the tree?


7cba27  No.4138652

File: 9a5bb3f5c2517d2⋯.png (385.01 KB, 509x859, 509:859, OutfitFront.png)

File: 64ad25e7d1ee1aa⋯.png (183.34 KB, 865x213, 865:213, Palette.png)

File: 2d8272b6d781e8c⋯.png (311.65 KB, 378x722, 189:361, OutfitBack.png)

>>3998493

>>3999425

Holy shit.

Holy shit.

Holy SHIT

I do understand what I am looking at here.

Let me try and explain this from my point of view.

So Melania wore this outfit that is the same color as the JFK time travel book on 11/20 during the Turkey Pardon.

But my post about the book was on 11/22.

Which came first? What are the chances?

But wait… >>3992846

I did a post on 11/22 saying that:

>Mnuchin … needs a new shirt

>the color palette has changed

OH NO NO

<the color palette has changed

What would the color palette be for a shirt that was representing Bitcoin SV?

Red, White, Black, and Gold.

Melania's outfit color.

There is next to 0 chance that her outfit was designed before my posts.

It had to come after. But then via TiTr it was introduced into the past.

Check the pictures.

>the color palette has changed

Wew.

But that wasn't the only clue…


7cba27  No.4138747

File: 9a5bb3f5c2517d2⋯.png (385.01 KB, 509x859, 509:859, OutfitFront.png)

File: c66c0995e7adf92⋯.jpg (178 KB, 919x596, 919:596, KEK-acc.jpg)

File: 2d8272b6d781e8c⋯.png (311.65 KB, 378x722, 189:361, OutfitBack.png)

File: 78d10a6ec5dd0ba⋯.jpg (45.63 KB, 190x400, 19:40, Fermilab-Tevatron.jpg)

>>4138652

There was another clue hidden on the outfit.

Because the coincidences alone might not have been enough.

It has to do with the shapes.

And it links to CERN, Fermilab, KEK - particle accelerators.

Check the pictures.

This is a hint. A big clue.

Perhaps particle accelerators are to TiTr as HAARP is to weather modification.

The back outfit picture is the most telling. The circles are the exact same as the Tevatron.

I'm guessing this has something to do with quantum entanglement and sending particles into different times and sending a message via this entangled particle, where entanglement probably means a connection via a higher dimension that can bypass the fourth.

So perhaps 4D chess literally meant time chess.

and KEK was always a clue about TiTr….


7cba27  No.4138983

File: 0eba852394b599f⋯.png (620.26 KB, 908x928, 227:232, TiTr1.png)

File: bad2f480549f028⋯.png (612.15 KB, 672x879, 224:293, TiTr2.png)

File: aa9e87101ffacbc⋯.png (962.35 KB, 1299x950, 1299:950, TiTr3.png)

File: 291e54a2f812982⋯.png (590.04 KB, 827x905, 827:905, KEKDOE.png)

>>4138747

But I did not stop there.

A quick search online pulls up tons of information on this idea - of particle accelerators and sending messages across time.

It does sound very possible.

I definitely recommend checking these articles out if one is unfamiliar with the ideas.

TiTr1 - https://news.vanderbilt.edu/2011/03/15/hadron-collider-time-machine/

TiTr2 - https://www.express.co.uk/news/weird/696186/Did-Large-Hadron-Collider-create-TIME-TRAVEL-Machine-shut-down-after-plane-vanishes

TiTr3 - https://www.smh.com.au/technology/time-travel-gods-particle-and-higgs-singlet-how-messages-might-be-sent-to-the-past-or-future-20110322-1c4qq.html

One to pay particular attention to is article TiTr2.

>Posted Aug 17th

>"landed 5,500 milkes from where"

>"all 170 passengers"

>"17 hours on the ground"

And digging on KEK, I realized that there is a connection to the DOE through it - that leads back to Q.

KEKDOE - https://www.kek.jp/en/NewsRoom/Release/20151009153000/