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Switching to gold standard

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News Date: August 3, 2020

Deutsche Bank's top credit strategist Jim Reid has described himself as "a gold bug," and reckons "fiat money is a passing fad in the history of money," RT's Keiser Report recalls for the show's viewers.
Sources:www.youtube.com

FedNow alongside private sector Service

Fed announces details of the FedNow interbank service.
The FedNow Service will be available to banks in the United States and will enable individuals and businesses to send instant payments any time of day, any day of the year through their bank accounts.
The target launch date for the service remains 2023 or 2024, with a more specific time frame to be announced after additional work is completed.
The FedNow Service, alongside similar services provided by the private sector, will modernize the U.S. payment system and bring the benefits of instant payments broadly to communities across the country.
Sources:www.federalreserve.gov

Executive Order related to NESARA

Executive Order on Establishing the Presidents Advisory 1776 Commission.
The American founding envisioned a political order in harmony with the design of the Laws of Nature and of Natures God, seeing the rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness as embodied in and sanctioned by natural law and its traditions.
This Executive Order was issued on 2nd Nov, the day before the election. Looks like Trump enacted NESARA 120 days from there, under the guise of an educational executive order.
Sources: www.whitehouse.gov

SWIFT plans new service, Digital EURO on the horizon

SWIFT announced plans for a new service to help banks improve the experience for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and consumers who send low-value payments across borders. The service will enable these bank customers to make faster, easier, predictable and competitively priced payments all around the world.
The European Central Bank (ECB) announced that it will start conducting experiments to decide whether to launch a digital euro. In a report setting out the pros and cons of launching a digital euro, the ECB said that it could support the Eurosystems objectives by providing citizens with a safe form of money in the fast-changing digital world.
Sources:www.swift.com, www.euronews.com

Ripple XRP joins ISO 20022 The Global Payment Standard

Cross-border payments network Ripple (XRP) announced that it has become part of the ISO 20022 Standards Body, becoming its first member focused on distributed ledger technology (DLT). The new payment messaging standard is set to replace SWIFT MT messages as the standard format for cross-border and high-value payments.
Source:coinspeaker.com

Countries Repatriating their Gold

In recent years we have seen the likes of Germany, Austria, Belgium, Venezuela, and the Netherlands each repatriate their gold from various locations.
Hungarian National Bank is set to repatriate 100,000 ounces of gold from England.
The pace does appear to have been picking up since Venezuela decided to repatriate its 180 tonnes of gold in 2011.
Also Inspired by Polish example, Slovakia considers repatriating gold from the UK.
Serbia, later on, joined Slovakia in this Sudden Eastern European Gold Repatriation trend.
Countries across the globe are trying to shake off their dependence on the dollar by buying up yellow metal.
Countries around the world are looking for precious metal to cure their dollar dependence.
The main switches are China and Russia. But Eastern Europe is now joining in for its own reasons like many.
Source: youtube.com

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