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The WeChat Playbook – Mobilizing the Points Economy

Whenever a big player enter – or even considers entering the space – cryptocurrency markets swoon. Names like JP Morgan, Facebook and Twitter provide a sense of validation for investors and hope that the good times are still ahead. But it was Mark Zuckerberg’s “A Privacy-Focused Vision for Social Networking”, which the Silicon Valley mogule posted on Facebook, that got Kik CEO Ted Livingston talking. An Ecosystem of Value Transfer Facebook intends to launch stablecoin...

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Best Bullion Products TOP 10 Playlist | SD Bullion

This Top 10 Best Bullion Product video playlist is based on our customer’s purchase volumes. As one of the largest high volume bullion dealers in the United States, the following Top 10 best bullion products to buy is based on our internal sales volume data. Much will of course depend on your personal buying and selling objectives. Here we count down the list from #10 to number #1, including insightful reasons to why bullion buyers choose specific...

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Greenbacks vs Gold: US Civil War and After

Every 50 years or so, over the last +150 years of time… free market forces have eventually given the US government a full gold accounting by her Official US Gold Reserves. On our SD Bullion website, we have covered in detail the last 2 times gold accounted for outstanding US dollars (e.g. gold vs dollars). Often told with by mainstream financial press with misinformation as their foundation. Here we briefly examine the raging gold bull market that followed the US Civil...

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Gold Silver Market Analysis 🔥 Christopher Aaron, iGoldAdvisor

Silver and gold had another strong showing this week. The gold spot price threatened with $1,300 US dollars per troy oz, with some profit taking had in derivative markets occurring today, the gold spot price is likely to close around the $1,287 oz mark. Silver is rounding out this week with the silver spot price closing near the $15.87 cents per troy ounce. Of recent note on the show, palladium price hit another record nominal price high today, eclipsing the $1305 US...

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JPMorgan Silver Manipulation Confirmation | Ted Butler

Early last week, November 6th this year 2018. The US Department of Justice and New York FBI office confirmed much of what this week’s guest (and others like Mr. Max Keiser) have been publicly alleging year after year. If you have spent any time trying to understand JPMorgan Chase’s involvement in the silver market, high percentage chance you too have come across his spearheading work. This week, Ted Butler of Butler Research visits with us, to discuss...

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Gold and the Great Unraveling

Michael Oliver started working in financial markets in 1975. Same year when US citizen Gold Bullion saving ‘re-legalization’ occurred & not coincidentally COMEX gold futures contract trading started (i.e. just prior to the  US Treasury cables recently published by Wikileaks revealing 1974 gold concerns over its potential to out-compete with the US dollar savings among the US citizenry). Full news related silver gold podcast backlinks ⬅ plus a...

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LBMA Gold Transparency Chart

Gold and silver markets in US dollar terms moved sideways this week. The gold price looks to be settling around the $1,235 US dollar per troy oz level, while the silver spot price gained a few cents closing just over $14.80 per troy ounce. In this episode, we’ll blow some mathematical holes through the LBMA gold transparency push. As well, with the general western world silver price containment machinations which, judging by the long term price data,...

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Central Banks Have Gone Rogue, Putting Us All at Risk

Central bankers are now aggressively playing the stock market. To say they are buying up the planet may be an exaggeration, but they could. They can create money at will, and they have declared their “independence” from government. They have become rogue players in a game of their own. Excluding institutions such as Blackrock and Vanguard, which are composed of multiple investors, the largest single players in global equity markets are now thought to be central banks...

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A Public Bank for Los Angeles? City Council Puts It to the Voters

California legislators exploring the public bank option may be breaking not just from Wall Street but from the Federal Reserve. Voters in Los Angeles will be the first in the country to weigh in on a public banking mandate, after the City Council agreed on June 29th to put a measure on the November ballot that would allow the city to form its own bank. The charter for the nation’s second-largest city currently prohibits the creation of industrial or commercial...

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Securities Tokens Could Usher In Age of Tokenized IP

Securities tokens are probably the future of tokens. They might even lead to a new type of gold standard where, instead of a monetary system based on gold, digital tokens are backed by intellectual property. Two blockchain companies – Polymath and LEXIT – might provide the technology to do just that. The two have recently partnered to combine Polymath’s securities token platform with LEXIT’s tokenized IP model. Polymath allows companies to enable securities as tokens on...

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