India was the 'test case' for gong cashless, and it was so successful that the United States is next in the crosshairs. This isn't about staving off corruption, but rather implementing Technocray. ? TN Editor
We've all been eagerly waiting to see them: Venezuela's crisp,brand new yet soon to be hyperinflated with many more zeros banknotes, and finally, after various failed attempts to deliver the new bills to Caracas (which according to Maduro were at lea
While hardly coming as much of a a surprise following the weekend's news that Theresa May would call for a "clean and hard Brexit", confirmation received moments ago from both the Telegraph, FT and Bloomberg that on Tuesday May will indeed declare th
It's the Fed's fault.
James Corbett (The Corbett Report) on FBI/China/Trump, Technocracy, The Fed - Colin Cantrell (Nexus Developer) on the digital currency - Cindy Cantrell, Nick Rausch and Kelly Korshak come in studio to talk about 'Flipping Wall Street'
Cities from Sweden to India are pushing for a totally cash-free society. But as more shops and transport networks insist on electronic payments, where does this leave the smallest traders and poorest inhabitants?
If we refuse to recognize the high utility value of USD and its global ease of flow, then we will continue to misunderstand the demand for the dollar and its appreciation.
As observed yesterday, one of the main reasons for the post New Year's Day surge in Bitcoin to above $1,000 both in China and the US, is that over the past week, in order to further curb capital outflows, Beijing implemented a new set of capital cont
The virtual currency has continued its breathtaking rise surging past $1,000, after already winning the crown of the best-performing currency in 2016 by more than doubling its value in the course of the year.