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Cryptocurrency Market Reactions to Regulatory News

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News Date: May 14, 2020

The U.S. Federal Reserve reveals that the cryptocurrency XRP didn't show great reaction or movements in price to regulatory news in the past.
Bitcoin, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum showed a bigger reaction in terms of price-performance to regulatory news.

Source:dallasfed.org

CEOs resigning conspiracy theory

Over 24 hours the CEOs of Disney, MasterCard & Salesforce Resigned.
Over Past Month, CEOs of Hulu, LinkedIn, Uber Eats, MGM, IBM, etc. resigned.
Over the past year, 1300+ Global CEOs resigned.
Market Crash? Child Rink bust? Rapture?
Source:reuters.com

The Black Pope is dead! Adolfo Nicolas, former superior general of Jesuits, dies in Japan

The Jesuit General Curia in Rome has announced that its former superior general, Father Adolfo Nicolas, died on May 20 in Tokyo, Japan. He was 84. He was a member of the Jesuit community of Loyola House in Kamishakujii and had been ill for several years.
Source:ncronline.org

White House illuminated in purple and gold

On Wednesday, August 26, the White House was illuminated in purple and gold to celebrate the centennial anniversary of the 19th Amendment and honor the women who fought for the right to vote!
Gold = Nesara & Gesara
Silver = Light
Purple = Equality of color, race, gender.
Source:twitter.com/WhiteHouse

KRAKEN is a Military Intelligence Battalion. STING operation

Here is an inside look at Kraken! It is a cyberwarfare program and military STING operation.
THE KRAKEN, Is a Military Intelligence Battalion who sized the server from CIA in Frankfurt Germany, they identified China, Iran, and Russia in manipulated votes says Lt. General McInerney!
Sources: twitter.com, twitter.com

New Defense Secretary on quick removal of US troops in Afghanistan

New acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller has hired a senior adviser that has frequently pressed for the quick removal of U.S. troops in Afghanistan, the Defense Department confirmed on Wednesday.
Sources: thehill.com

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