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Delaware Supreme Court finds vote by mail, same-day registration unconstitutional

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News Date: October 9, 2022

The Delaware Supreme Court on Friday struck down recent vote-by-mail and same-day voter registration legislation, overturning a signature achievement by Gov. John Carney and Democrat lawmakers.
Sources: yahoo

A comprehensive guide to Precious Metals

A comprehensive guide to Precious Metals. It is easy to understand. Even beginners can use it to learn about mining, what factors move prices, and how trading works.
The guide includes:
> Why Are Metals Important?
> What Are the Different Types of Metals?
> Main Uses of Metals?
> What are the Main Global Metals Trends?
> Top Metals Producing Countries?
> Top Precious Metal Indices?
> What Are The Top Metals Investment Resources?
> Where to Trade Metals?
You can learn more here: commodity.com

Global currency debasement

Economy hits debt saturation point. Global economy has no capacity to carry any more debt - Max Keiser.
The new higher levels of debt that many countries are now moving towards are going to be sustainable without imposing significant costs on growth as well as equity within their societies.
Every dollar that these central banks print will go directly into consumer price index inflation - and you will see it at the cash register immediately, and that is going to incredible social unrest.
Global debt to GDP is now at all-time high in Q1. Overall debt for the non financial-sector now worth 252% of global GDP.
Get ready for extreme global currency debasement.
Sources:twitter.com/GoldTelegraph, cointelegraph.com

Government shutdown averted through December

Shutdown averted: Senate passes continuing resolution to keep US government open through December.
The US Senate approved a stopgap funding bill Thursday in a rare show of cross-party unity to avert a crippling government shutdown and keep the lights on for another two months.

Quantum computing development

Researchers hope to create large-scale quantum computers within a decade.
Researchers at Japan Riken Center for Emergent Matter Science have achieved a major step forward in increasing the scalability of quantum computers.
Instead of simply incrementing the total qubits in a system, the researchers have demonstrated a triple-qubit, silicon-based quantum computing mechanism.
Another huge quantum computing breakthrough: New 100-qubit processor is built with atoms cooled down near to absolute zero.
By cooling atoms down to near absolute zero and then controlling them with lasers, a company has successfully created a 100-qubit quantum processor that compares to the systems developed by leading quantum players to date.
Sources: www.techradar.com, www.zdnet.com

ISO 20022 migration. The Ripple effect strikes the Pound

Ripple Joins the Digital Pound Foundation: Designing a Path for a CBDC-Forward Future.
Ripple is excited to announce it is joining the Digital Pound Foundation, a non-profit focused on the development and implementation of a digital Pound in the United Kingdom.
ISO 20022 promises greater interoperability between various settlement networks, richer information flows, higher levels of straight-through processing, and more efficient compliance processes.
It signals a significant opportunity for banks to improve operational efficiency and reassess existing business models.
ISO 20022 has already been introduced for high-value payments systems (HVPS) in major countries and is established as the standard in instant payments markets following implementations worldwide.
Sources: ripple.com, www.sibos.com

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