Fed testing FooWire blockchain with Hyperledger
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Federal Reserve detailed FooWire distributed ledger experiment designed to test whether the technology is suited for payments application.
The team built the system using Hyperledger Fabric, a popular DLT platform, because it generally met the team's design requirements of a closed network, mature technology, and enterprise readiness. The experiment highlighted the potential of DLT for certain payment uses, the quick speed with which a system could be implemented, the potential simplicity of smart contracts, and the range of functionality offered by such platforms. It further highlighted the need for more experimentation to better understand the possibilities for wide-scale adoption and use of any DLT platform for payments.
Former SEC Chairman Jay Clayton dropped a legal airburst bomb on Ripple. A few short days before leaving the position, Clayton filed a lawsuit making claims that are at least, suspect because of timing.
What possible motivation could there be for shaking all retail investors out of XRP, and tanking its price? Perhaps it has to do with the actual function of Ripple. Ripple is a major contender for replacing the central banking SWIFT system for international transfers.
First Pretrial Conference for Ripple and SEC to Take Place on February 22.
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Sovereign Gold Bonds, or SGBs, are issued by the Reserve Bank of India on behalf of the Indian government as an alternative to physical gold.
These gold bonds can be sold only to resident individuals, Hindu Undivided Families (HUFs), trusts, universities, and charitable institutions.
These bonds offer a superior alternative to holding gold in physical form. The risks and costs of storage are eliminated.
Philippine Islands are "Riches Country in the World!" There are 950,000 metric tons of gold ( declared missing in the International Court of Justice in Hague) picked up by Yamashita from its European Ally, Hitler and another 250,000 metric tons of the Japanese loot around Southeast Asia are both now in the Philippines. Very few Filipinos knows this( Wall Street Journal, November 15,1985 issue wrote: "Two Thirds of all the gold in the world is in Philippines and One third is divided among the rest of the countries of the world")
During A TALK SHOW in a U.S. TV , the week following the bombing of the New York Twin Towers, President George Bush was asked this question: Which is the richest country in the world today? With a smile he said; "The Philippines." In a US TV interview as well with President Barrack Obama, in his "700 Billion USD stimulus funds" for US economy, he was asked a question where will he get the billion dollar substantial funds needed and quoted saying. "We have friends outside US who will support us".
The branded Yamashita Treasure was considered "booty". There were varied country claimants who are victims of the said WWII loots and these countries filed protest and claims after the war in the International Court of Justice. Though, there was a passage of law for thirty years starting 1946, that without a valid claim against it this "booty" it would belong to its new possessor. That would have been in 1976. However, the International Criminal Court (ICC) extended the deadline of the claims to 10 years up to 1986.
With the conspiracy of the International Banking Cartel, neither the ICJ denied the existence of these gold and claims. Sadly, Successive governments of the Philippines denied its existence and failed to acknowledged the gold. For almost 24 years, Information has been conspired to keep from being known to Filipino people.
King of Babylon Hammurabi codified a series of simple rules and regulations inspired by Samash the Sun god, by adopting previously existing edicts into new socio-economic realities.
These regulations inspired by divinity were etched in stone, and have influenced all modern law to this day.
It happens again in 2020. This is The big event!
Are we prepared to rewrite the laws of our society to better suit our ever-changing socio-economic and political realities? We better be. because I don't think we have a choice.