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Russia will abolish the VAT (tax) on bullion

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News Date: March 3, 2022

The government will abolish the VAT (tax) on bullion.
This Bill will go to the State Duma on March 4.
Going forward - when purchasing gold bars or other precious metals from a bank, the 20% current tax on top of its value will not apply.
This is a way to ensure people can invest securely in something other than the dollar (usually people hold their cash in dollars as the ruble is volatile.)
PM advises foreign businesses that competitors will take their place.
This is a step toward treating gold and silver as money instead of as commodities.
Source: t.me

Gold & Silver Will Be Unstoppable

The escape from failing fiat will lead to rising nominal interest rates, with all the consequences which that entails. The inevitable outcome is a flight to commodities, including gold and silver, despite rising interest rates for fiat money.
The gold standard of the nineteenth century and is easily explained: within a confined money total such as that of monetary gold, an increase in the quantity of goods and services taking place can only be accommodated by a decline in the general level of prices. Put another way, the purchasing power of sound money, a money whose quantity is not inflated, always rises over time.
Sources:kingworldnews.com

Quantum computing to crack cryptocurrency in 8 years

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

Iraq, one more brick to GESARA

The Iraqi Prime Minister has expressed interest in joining BRICS, pending an invitation from the founding members, showcasing Iraq's desire to strengthen its global ties.
Furthermore, Iraq is set to ban cash withdrawals and U.S. dollar transactions from January 1, 2024, signaling a shift in its financial strategy and greater economic autonomy.
These developments underline Iraq's proactive stance in international affairs.
The Iraqi Dinar (IQD) is experiencing a significant surge in the Foreign Exchange (FOREX) market, marking a turning point for Iraq's currency.
Several factors, including economic recovery, global recognition of Iraq's gold & oil reserves, and proactive measures by the government and central bank, have contributed to the IQD's newfound strength.
This surge is not only attracting investors but also enhancing Iraq's role in international trade. Ultimately, the IQD's rise is empowering both Iraq's economy and its citizens by increasing purchasing power and economic opportunities.

Arca first SEC regulated fund Ethereum based

Asset management firm Arca has announced the first-ever products regulated under current SEC standards(U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission), adhering to the strictest investor protection laws globally.
Financial institutions could potentially use these digital assets for a wide range of use cases, including payments, lending, clearing and settlement, trading and treasury management.
Arca Labs, chose the Ethereum blockchain, one of the largest public blockchains, launching so-called digital securities ArCoin, which uses the ERC-1404 protocol.
Source: www.ar.ca

Trump plans troops global pullback

President Donald Trump may withdraw nearly all U.S. troops from Somalia as part of a global pullback that includes reductions of forces in Afghanistan and Iraq, U.S. officials said.
The officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said nothing had been finalized and that no orders for Somalia have been received by the U.S. military. But there appeared to be a growing expectation that drawdown orders would be coming soon.
Acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller issued a memo to the entire Defense Department that hinted of a coming U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Sources: www.breitbart.com, www.reuters.com

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