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Fed Announces It Will Quit Printing Paper Money. The Federal Reserve will not be printing new paper currency (they have already ceased making coins).
PayPal is leaping into the cryptocurrency market, Starting in the next few weeks, users in the US can buy and sell bitcoin and several other digital currencies on the platform.
Quantum computers will be orders of magnitude more powerful than anything we have today. Scientists predict that the emerging era of quantum computing could lead to great breakthroughs.
Sources:themadtruther.com, finance.yahoo.com, www.forbes.com
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
Christopher Krebs director of CISA - Cybersecurity and Infrastructure in DHS - U.S. Department of Homeland Security. He refuted his claims that the election was rigged;
Jay Clayton Chairman of SEC - U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. He was occasionally criticized as being too soft on Wall Street;
Mark Esper Secretary of Defense was terminated by President Trump;
Richard Pilger Director of U.S. Department of Justice...
An administration official said the directors of the FBI and the CIA could be next.
The Act does not call out any mintage limits, only that the coin is authorized to be sold in 2021 and that the coins will have the exact same designs of the 1921 Morgan and 1921 Peace dollar coins.
$1 Silver Coins. The Secretary of the Treasury shall mint and issue $1 coins, each of which shall:
(1) weigh 26.73 grams;
(2) have a diameter of 1.500 inches;
(3) contain not less than 90 percent silver;
(4) have a reeded edge.
White House is finalizing a series of executive orders addressing key coronavirus stimulus priorities if negotiations with Congress fall apart.
"I wouldn't be surprised that, if something gets left off the table, we'd be like "we can take this executive action too and be able to win on it anyway," one official said.