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Iran is interested in a unified currency with BRICS

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Date: January 3, 2024

Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister, Mahdi Safari, expressed interest on January 3 in creating a unified currency with BRICS nations, aiming to establish Tehran as a key banking center for the group.
Safari also praised the New Development Bank, established by BRICS in 2014, for its role in supporting joint projects and international cooperation among member states.
"We are interested in creating a unified currency in the BRICS group, and this could be very effective.
By using national currencies, the process of eliminating the use of the dollar in commercial exchanges begins, and we are interested in continuing this process," Safari stated in an interview with Sputnik.

Patent for Blockchain-Based Secure-Voting System

Patent US20200258338:
A voting system can use the security of blockchain and the mail to provide a reliable voting system. A registered voter receives a computer readable code in the mail and confirms identity and confirms correct ballot information in an election. The system separates voter identification and votes to ensure vote anonymity, and stores votes on a distributed ledger in a blockchain.
Source:appft.uspto.gov

Cuba considers joining the BRICS

Cuba's Ambassador to Russia considers the possibility of joining the BRICS.
Julio Antonio Garmendia Pena, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Cuba to the Russian Federation, spoke about the possibility of joining BRICS.
'Cuba maintains trade relations with the countries of the association, stressing the importance of cooperation with Russia and China in various sectors of the economy. The trend towards expansion of the alliance offers the hope of achieving a multipolar world', the ambassador said.
Russia's Mir banking cards could start being used in Cuba by the end of the year, the ambassador said.
Sources: tvbrics.com

Asian Clearing Union to adopt SWIFT alternative

Within the coming weeks, ACU member states plan to introduce the Iranian-developed system.
During a recent summit in Iran, the members of the Asian Clearing Union (ACU) decided to compete with the SWIFT global payment network by launching a new cross-border financial messaging system in June.
ACU members include the central banks of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, and Iran.
According to reports, the new, unnamed method for banking communication among ACU members was designed by the Central Bank of Iran (CBI).
Along with the top representatives from the ACU member states, the conference also included the governor of the Russian central bank, representatives from Afghanistan, and Belarus.
Last week, applications for membership in the ACU were submitted by Belarus and Mauritius.
Mohammad Reza Farzin, the governor of the CBI, disclosed that the bloc would look to expand its membership and vary the payment methods it accepts in order to support a more comprehensive de-dollarization drive.

Gold standard the final solution globally

Precious metals have been a safe haven all throughout human history, and that is especially true during highly inflationary times.
If we continue destroying the U.S. dollar at our current pace, toilet paper will eventually be more valuable than U.S. dollars.
Gold Could Offer a Way out of Switzerland Failing Inflationist Experiment.
Switzerland could break with the globally pervasive regulations which suppress the potential of gold to develop fully as a nonstate money. Swiss banks, already expert at servicing gold deposit accounts for their clients, would get permission to establish a clearinghouse in Zurich for settling transactions between themselves in the yellow metal (in, say, kilogram gold bars deliverable in Switzerland), thereby facilitating direct payments in gold by their clients for goods or assets without having to pass through the US dollar.
The World Gold Council announced, on Sunday, that the central banks possession of gold increased.
It is noteworthy that the World Gold Council, which is headquartered in the United Kingdom, has extensive experience and deep knowledge of the factors causing market change and its members consist of the largest and most advanced gold mining companies in the world.
Sources: search4dinar.wordpress.com, mises.org

Philadelphia FED researchers suggest gold standard

Researchers at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia say switching to the gold standard could stabilize prices.
In their February working paper, researchers at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia suggest that adopting a gold standard could lead to long-term price stability.
Jesus Fernandez-Villaverde and Daniel Sanches argue that inflation and deflation would become temporary events in a hypothetical small open economy operating under the gold standard.
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