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    Default Re: Cryptocurrency: which alt-coins are the globalist corporations backing and why?

    EMtech CEO, Carmelle Cadet, discussing CBDCís at the U.S. House of Representatives today.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/emtech_in...76884542529540




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    Jim Nguyen, former head of business development at PayPal and who spearheaded PayPals move into the cryptocurrency markets, is now starting a new company called Six Clovers, a blockchain based payment rails infrastructure company thatíll compete with SWIFT in moving $2.5 quadrillion annually. Nguyen chose to build Six Clovers on Algorand.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/jimnguyen...84518813663232

    He does a very brief interview at the 8:40 minute mark in the following YouTube vid:

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    Default Re: Cryptocurrency: which alt-coins are the globalist corporations backing and why?

    Another enterprise grade cryptocurrency we havenít covered on the thread yet, Quant network. This one gets talked about in Hbar circles quite a lot as theyíre another company focusing primarily on enterprise adoption.


    The founder and CEO, Gilbert Verdian, is highly credentialed with a background in City of London finance. Theyíre creating an overledger, for blockchain interoperability, a new type of operating system that integrates all blockchains and allows for integration between the whole blockchain ecosystem. Tokenomics look good with a max supply of just below 15 million. Current price is $76 per coin after going on an 85% parabolic rise over the past week. Looks like big investments are coming in before their operating system goes live later this year. Based on their connections to high finance, pretty sure this one will be hitting Erhereum type prices within a few years. Iím going to wait and see if thereís any sign of a pullback after its recent parabolic rise, but longterm anything below $100 is probably going to be a great entry price imo.


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    Just some ancient history from https://groups.csail.mit.edu/mac/cla...nt/nsamint.htm

    Anonymous: Fried, Frank got NSA's permission to make this report available. They have offered to make copies available by contacting them at <21stCen@ffhsj.com> or (202) 639-7200. See: http://www.ffhsj.com/bancmail/21starch/961017.htm

    Received October 31, 1996

    With the Compliments of Thomas P. Vartanian

    Fried, Frank, Harris, Schriver & Jacobson

    1001 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.

    Washington, D.C. 20004-2505

    Telephone: (202) 639-7200

    HOW TO MAKE A MINT: THE CRYPTOGRAPHY OF ANONYMOUS ELECTRONIC CASH
    Laurie Law, Susan Sabett, Jerry Solinas

    National Security Agency Office of Information Security Research and Technology

    Cryptology Division

    18 June 1996

    CONTENTS

    INTRODUCTION

    1. WHAT IS ELECTRONIC CASH?

    1.1 Electronic Payment

    1.2 Security of Electronic Payments

    1.3 Electronic Cash

    1.4 Multiple Spending

    2. A CRYPTOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION

    2.1 Public-Key Cryptographic Tools

    2.2 A Simplified Electronic Cash Protocol

    2.3 Untraceable Electronic Payments

    2.4 A Basic Electronic Cash Protocol

    3. PROPOSED OFF-LINE IMPLEMENTATIONS

    3.1 Including Identifying Information

    3.2 Authentication and Signature Techniques

    3.3 Summary of Proposed Implementations

    4. OPTIONAL FEATURES OF OFF-LINE CASH

    4. 1 Transferability

    4.2 Divisibility

    5. SECURITY ISSUES

    5.1 Multiple Spending Prevention

    5.2 Wallet Observers

    5.3 Security Failures

    5.4 Restoring Traceability

    CONCLUSION

    REFERENCES

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