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Quantum computing to crack cryptocurrency in 8 years

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News Date: July 25, 2020

Ripple CTO David Schwartz says quantum computing poses a serious threat to the future of cryptocurrency.
Schwartz says he thinks developers have at least eight years until the technology, which leverages the properties of quantum physics to perform fast calculations, becomes sophisticated enough to crack cryptocurrency.
Source:www.crypto-news-flash.com

GESARA hints in Trumps speech at UN General Assembly

Remarks by President Trump to the 75th Session of the United Nations General Assembly:
We will enter a new era of unprecedented prosperity, cooperation, and peace.
For decades, the same tired voices proposed the same failed solutions, pursuing global ambitions at the expense of their own people. But only when you take care of your own citizens will you find a true basis for cooperation. As President, I have rejected the failed approaches of the past, and I am proudly putting America first, just as you should be putting your countries first.
I am supremely confident that next year, when we gather in person, we will be in the midst of one of the greatest years in our history - and frankly, hopefully, in the history of the world. Thank you. God bless you all. God bless America. And God bless the United Nations.
Sources:www.whitehouse.gov, twitter.com/realDonaldTrump

Happy birthday, mister President!

President Donald Trump celebrates his 75th birthday today, June 14.
In the United States, Flag Day is celebrated on June 14. It commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States on June 14, 1777.
Happy birthday, President Trump! Have a good one! You are going to be a winner in Arizona today.
Sources: thegatewaypundit.com

Game (over) of thrones

Queen Elizabeth Death Rumors Spread After Funeral Details Leaked.
Operation London Bridge: Secret Funeral Plans For Queen Elizabeth II Leaked For First Time.
Monarchy will remain, but the Commonwealth is uncertain.
Prince Charles plans to turn Buckingham Palace into a museum to streamline the monarchy.
The Royal Family are reportedly planning to sell-off Buckingham Palace in order to create a museum dedicated to the history of the Royal Family.
According to royal commentator Neil Sean, Prince Charles believes the London residence could become a part-time working royal.
Sources: www.express.co.uk, www.rd.com

Audit the Fed bill reintroduced

U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) has reintroduced the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, also known as the "Audit the Fed" bill, aiming to prevent the Federal Reserve from withholding vital information on its operations from Congress.
Paul contends that the inner workings of the Federal Reserve are currently obscure and largely unknown, and he believes that increased transparency is crucial for better understanding and oversight.
The legislation underscores the importance of making the Federal Reserve more accountable to Congress and the public, ensuring that its decision-making processes and financial transactions are subject to thorough scrutiny.
"No institution holds more power over the future of the American economy and the value of our savings than the Federal Reserve. It's long past time for Congress to stop shirking its duty and hold the Federal Reserve accountable.
The Fed's persistent cycle of money printing and lending without any form of meaningful oversight may be the cause of many of our economic hardships, such as the struggle of many Americans to afford food."
he stated.

China is closer to the gold standard

Update from November 1st:
China Securities Index Co launched two gold-linked stock indices to cash in on surging demand for exposure to the safe-haven metal.
The new indexes include shares of global gold miners such as Newmont Corporation and Barrick Gold.
In response to Western responses to military conflicts, Chinese government-affiliated researchers are considering several strategies for China.
One is the issuance of gold-denominated bonds, supported by gold reserves, which would bolster economic resilience and establish China as a stable global player.
Another approach involves creating a global network of Chinese companies to diversify trade relationships and reduce vulnerability to sanctions.
Additionally, seizing American assets within China is seen as a retaliatory measure to protect Chinese interests and discourage unilateral actions by the U.S.
These strategies reported through Reuters collectively aim to ensure China's economic stability and global influence in an evolving geopolitical landscape.

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