Blockchain technology is capable of offering us a decentralized society – free of internet censorship, corruptible ledgers, venture capitalists, and most importantly, a currency free of the poison of central banks.
Central banks know this and have been scheming in the shadows to consume control of the blockchain – harnessing its powers to regulate, tax, and spy; arresting and imprisoning anyone who refuses to obey the government blockchain mandates that will soon be.
Blockchain’s infrastructure is still dependent upon servers, telecommunications networks, a banking system, the power grid, all of which are still subject to government control.
We are seeing corporations that are in the pockets of central banks, such as ING, Credit Suisse, JP Morgan, Microsoft, State Street, all allying with each other and announcing open-source blockchain development with the formation of the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance.
Under the guise of open-source they seek to replace the current ecosphere with a permissioned system.
Corporations Will Soon Be Able To Sue At Will
A U.S. legal institution known as the Uniform Law Commission has released its latest proposal called the “Uniform Regulation of Virtual Currency Businesses Act.”
This will allow corporations to seek legal recourse against real or imagined abuses by digital coin exchanges and entrepreneurs, essentially crushing innovation and sweeping the blockchain under their regulated wing.
The IMF – The Blood of Central Banks Has Taken Notice
The International Monetary Fund is an organization that engages in the management of the global financial system.
They are who issues our social security numbers.
Always remember that with IMF statements translations are needed, as the real meaning is always hidden between the lines.
In a special report dated June 2017, the IMF had this to say about blockchain:
Distributed ledger technology (DLT), in particular, could spur change in the financial sector. …. DLT can be categorized as “permissionless” or “permissioned” depending on who can participate in the consensus-driven validation process. Permissionless DLTs allow anyone to read, transact on, and participate in the validation process. These open schemes (that underlie Bitcoin, for instance) could be very disruptive if successfully implemented. By contrast, in permissioned DLTs, the validation process is controlled by a pre-selected group of participants (“consortium”) or managed by one organization (“fully-private”), and thus serve more as a common communications platform.” (emphasis added).
Translation: The IMF seeks to control and regulate the blockchain, rather than allowing anyone to ‘freely’ participate.
Central Banks Already Control the Stock Market
The majority of stock trading is being performed by algorithms, not humans. They react to price points and data – continuously attempting to trick each other into frenzy trading that create what are known as flash dips.
The core function of the markets is rapidly deteriorating as these bots manipulate pricing without understanding the collective needs and wisdom of millions of individuals and entities.
They are manipulated by central banks to trade in their favor, bending the market to their will.
When they are ready, they will allow it to crash.
The Rothschilds Are Dumping US Assets
“The period of monetary accommodation may well be coming to an end.”
– Lord Jacob Rothschild, founder and chairman of RIT Capital Partners
According to his half-yearly financial report, Rothschild has reduced the investments RIT Capital Partners has in the U.S. dollar by nearly 50%, while increasing their holdings in Sterling and the Euro.
This is an investment portfolio that has returned roughly 2,000% since its inception. If he is pulling out, that should be an instant red flag.
Then you have a RIT chairman stating:
“We have a particular interest in investments which will benefit from the impact of new technologies, and Far Eastern markets, influenced by the growing demand from Asian consumers.”
China Will Introduce the New Digital Global Currency
In a digital age, cryptocurrency will take the place of the fiat paper system. It is only a matter of time, and central banks know this.
All central banks connect to the Bank of International Settlements (BIS). They are all owned by the Rothschilds, who have an estimated net worth of $500 trillion.
They have positioned China to be the next empire of this planet, and through them you will see the blockchain consumed.
- On August 7, 2017, China announced they will begin using blockchain to collect taxes and issue “electronic invoices” to citizens there.
- Sept. 4, 2017 a committee led by China’s central bank announced an immediate ban on ICO funding, which has “seriously disrupted the economic and financial order.”
- Circulating in the news from a reliable source is a report that China will ban and shut down local crypto exchanges.
More than 70 percent of cryptocurrency trade volume is being transacted on South Korean exchanges. If China bans and shuts these down, you will see a mass exodus, followed by an imminent crash of the crypto markets.
We stand upon the precipice of a total economic reset, followed by the rebuilding of a ‘permissioned’ blockchain, sustained by a digital currency that will be backed by the gold and silver of China – all of it interconnected through central banking.
Could this be NEO?
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There is One Darkhorse:
No one knows who Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of the blockchain and ultimately bitcoin really is.
The name itself has some interesting translations, such as “Quick witted inside a foundation, ” or “born from the ashes”.
The NSA is actively seeking to identify this person (and may already have), because they are concerned he may be an agent of Russia or China.
What makes Satoshi Nakamoto a dark horse is that this entity is rumored to be the largest holder of bitcoin, estimated to have mined over a million coins in the currency’s early days.
This is a billionaire that is either working for or against the central banks. Satoshi has been instrumental in shaping the blockchain thus far, and could either sink us into their grip, or free us from centralization.