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New World Order

NAFAR

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As the 2020 latest events unfold as COVID 19, the worldwide economic crash...etc, there is a lot of conspiracy therories that are circulating about the new world order plot:
1) One government
2) One religion- no religion actually
3) One digital currency
4) Medical ships implants
5) etc...

Although there are some conspiracy theories exaggerations, one can't deny that there is some truth about it when you look globally what is happening and how in the last 30 years individuals and gov. are more and more tighten up to the international system..... like online banking systems....etc.

Please share your ideas/ info about this issue for further discussions.
 
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  • Iron Maiden

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    3) One digital currency
    here you go

     
    Myso

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    here you go

    Facebook failed on this currency and stepped back.
    With decentralized, ran-from-home cryptocurrency alive and well, it's impossible to have "one digital currency".

    The US Feds will face a similar defeat if they try to push forth their US digital currency. Decentralized always wins.
     
    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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    Facebook failed on this currency and stepped back.
    With decentralized, ran-from-home cryptocurrency alive and well, it's impossible to have "one digital currency".

    The US Feds will face a similar defeat if they try to push forth their US digital currency. Decentralized always wins.
    We already have US digital currency, we call it "plastic".
    I personally have not had more than $20 in my pocket for very long time and I have it only because old habits are hard to break.
     
    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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    bitcoin and other crypto will be the currencies of the future. they require no regulation and far from central banking systems.
    We already had all these "currencies of the future" in the past it ended up being a mess nobody wanted to touch.
    That is how we go to having single federally issued currency.
     
    Myso

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    We already have US digital currency, we call it "plastic".
    I personally have not had more than $20 in my pocket for very long time and I have it only because old habits are hard to break.
    Feds were working on one that's based off block-chain technology. So bypasses the old bookkeeping that comes with "plastic".
     
    Myso

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    We already had all these "currencies of the future" in the past it ended up being a mess nobody wanted to touch.
    That is how we go to having single federally issued currency.
    It ended up being a "mess" due to one fraudulent exchange service that was botting prices and collapsed. Which is rather typical for early technologies. But it doesn't dismiss the great value it brings forth to future currency and to the classical "third man problem" in the structure of all the services in the world today.

    By the same token, Internet was first mostly used for pornography and people shrugged it off as "does nothing an encyclopedia doesn't do". But it would be stupid to have given up on it in the early phases.
     
    Iron Maiden

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    Facebook failed on this currency and stepped back.
    With decentralized, ran-from-home cryptocurrency alive and well, it's impossible to have "one digital currency".

    The US Feds will face a similar defeat if they try to push forth their US digital currency. Decentralized always wins.
    where did u read that facebook failed and stepped back?
     
    Iron Maiden

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    It ended up being a "mess" due to one fraudulent exchange service that was botting prices and collapsed. Which is rather typical for early technologies. But it doesn't dismiss the great value it brings forth to future currency and to the classical "third man problem" in the structure of all the services in the world today.

    By the same token, Internet was first mostly used for pornography and people shrugged it off as "does nothing an encyclopedia doesn't do". But it would be stupid to have given up on it in the early phases.
    you are describing islam, kel wahad byefra7 tefsirat 3a saw2o w b machiya b fatewe, we all know how greatly appreciated is today.

    u cannot agree on the value of a currency when its definition is so mysterious/elusive and replicable under 20000 other names etc..
     
    Myso

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    where did u read that facebook failed and stepped back?

    (1) It didn't get any traction in the cryptocurrency sphere.
    (2) It wasn't approved by governments (e.g French and Swiss).
    (3) It had to make amends to accept Fiat money (Euros) and changed their initial promises.

    It's not something I'd invest in. It looks like a flop.
     
    Iron Maiden

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    (1) It didn't get any traction in the cryptocurrency sphere.
    (2) It wasn't approved by governments (e.g French and Swiss).
    (3) It had to make amends to accept Fiat money (Euros) and changed their initial promises.

    It's not something I'd invest in. It looks like a flop.
    that is very far off from failed and stepped back m8.

    wait till version 0.1 surfaces later this year and then nect year is used as payment method in 20+ digital behemoth sevices like spotify/uber/insta... and then tell me it’s failed.
     
    Myso

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    that is very far off from failed and stepped back m8.

    wait till version 0.1 surfaces later this year and then nect year is used as payment method in 20+ digital behemoth sevices like spotify/uber/insta... and then tell me it’s failed.
    When those big platforms start accepting it, they will naturally also accept the better alternatives used by the crypto culture (e.g Ethereum). So it will flop. If they don't, then their payment methods won't be used.

    And since you could use "stablecoins" now instead of it and pay with Euros, the userbase of Facebook (mostly old people) will avoid it in the first place beyond using it for Giftcards, maybe.

    I don't see a lot of future in it... And I could argue that it might not be released to begin with.
     
    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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    Feds were working on one that's based off block-chain technology. So bypasses the old bookkeeping that comes with "plastic".
    And as far as I, the client, am concerned - how would that affect my plastic currency? Not one iota.
     
    Myso

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    And as far as I, the client, am concerned - how would that affect my plastic currency? Not one iota.
    It actually would. You wouldn't have to rely on Banks to store it or Money Transfer agencies to move it around, even internationally.
     
    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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    It actually would. You wouldn't have to rely on Banks to store it or Money Transfer agencies to move it around, even internationally.
    "wouldn't have to rely on Banks to store it"
    "wouldn't have to rely on Money Transfer agencies to move it"
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    First, the above will still be necessary even if in different form than we have today.

    Second, I see nothing negative in relying on banks and banks are much more than money storage.

    Third, so far my money transfers are convenient, free and reliable - I this system as negative and I do not see the need to have the system replaced.

    Fourth, the most important - why should new system be more trustworthy than existing and especially when it offers nothing tangible and no guaranty.
     
    NAFAR

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    Guys what you are missing for the digital currency is that without cash money the gov. and or the companies controlling the algorithms can bankrupt you in 1 click.
    Now you can always cash your money and hide it "ta7t l balta" to use it when shit hit the fence.......but in a digital currency world you will not have this privilege and if there are any kind of crisis or war and something goes wrong within the system you will be left with nothing and you will literally starve to death if no one supported you.
     
    NewLeb

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    Buy yourself some ammunition and isolate in the mountains. You’ll thank me in 20 years.
     
    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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    Guys what you are missing for the digital currency is that without cash money the gov. and or the companies controlling the algorithms can bankrupt you in 1 click.
    Now you can always cash your money and hide it "ta7t l balta" to use it when shit hit the fence.......but in a digital currency world you will not have this privilege and if there are any kind of crisis or war and something goes wrong within the system you will be left with nothing and you will literally starve to death if no one supported you.
    "Guys what you are missing for the digital currency is that without cash money the gov. and or the companies controlling the algorithms can bankrupt you in 1 click"

    I am not missing this aspect, I just do not see the alternative - with each and every system system owner or watcher has the opportunity to abuse it.
     
    Myso

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    "wouldn't have to rely on Banks to store it"
    "wouldn't have to rely on Money Transfer agencies to move it"
    ---
    First, the above will still be necessary even if in different form than we have today.

    Second, I see nothing negative in relying on banks and banks are much more than money storage.

    Third, so far my money transfers are convenient, free and reliable - I this system as negative and I do not see the need to have the system replaced.

    Fourth, the most important - why should new system be more trustworthy than existing and especially when it offers nothing tangible and no guaranty.
    I don't think you understand decetranlized cryptocurrency. Might be worth reading about it more.
    The above IS NOT neccassery. Because the technology solves both problems and removes the Bank and the Money Transfer Agency.
    The decentralized network is international and uncentralized. The bookkeeping and storage is among all the network nodes. The transfer is user-based and not orchestrated by banks or governments or controlled by them in any shape or form.
     
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