What is the Rainbow Currency?
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A rainbow currency is the real value!
The rainbow currency originates in NESARA law section 10:
Creates a new U.S. Treasury rainbow currency backed by gold, silver, and platinum precious metals, ending the bankruptcy of the United States initiated by Franklin Roosevelt in 1933.
A Rainbow Currency backed by precious metals has value unlike the actual US Dollar with no real support.
Sources:NESARA law, New Design
The role of commercial banks in the global economy is changing, with lending to governments and their agencies now more important than lending to goods and services industries. It is a trend which is due to continue.
The new Basel 3 regulations seem set to encourage this trend, despite retail depositors being accorded a stable funding status. Central bank digital currencies are anticipated to augment and perhaps replace non-financial business credit over the next five to ten years.
But the increasing financialisation of commercial banking brings the risk of tying its future firmly to a financial bubble. And with price inflation on the increase, it is only a matter of very little time before that bubble bursts.
Sources: www.cnbc.com, www.goldmoney.com
A man who is connected in China at the highest levels said gold is going to be the new global currency.
Central banks bought 90 tonnes this spring and data player Palantir Technologies bought $50 million in gold bars in August.
US taxpayers and investors require their attractive insurance policy against rampant government spending and currency depreciation.
Gold is such an asset since it has no counterparty risk. It will become more valuable as more money is issued to finance government spending.
Sources: financebrokerage.com, kingworldnews.com
Saudi Arabia's cabinet approved on Wednesday a decision to join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, as Riyadh builds a long-term partnership with China despite U.S. security concerns.
The gold coins will be minted by Fidelity Gold Refineries (Private) Limited and will be sold to the public through normal banking channels.
Also, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ), announced the review of interest rates and statutory reserves.
The measures come to combat the depreciation of the local currency, soaring inflation, and the threat of economic recession.