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    01-16-2021, 03:07 PM
    Forbes has a crypto webinar next Tue. Usually someplace like forbes isn't the best place to get the most current news but may be worth it. https://forbes.zoom.us/webinar/register/tJ0kf-uppjosE9xpyg8XE1TW6kSjHZ6u3AFI/success?user_id=Ep8tCOOBQTSGblq75vFoJQ&timezone_id=America%2FNew_York
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    01-16-2021, 02:32 PM
    Nothing new, foreign countries have been buying farmland for years. We have a proven record of being able to grow and transport food. https://www.cnbc.com/2016/01/15/saudi-arabia-buying-up-farmland-in-us-southwest.html
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    01-07-2021, 04:51 PM
    Funds are buying Bitcoin as part of their portfolio. 0.5% of all bitcoin is held by public companies. They're not taking large position yet that they are taking any at all is a huge shift. https://cointelegraph.com/news/why-institutions-suddenly-give-a-damn-about-bitcoin About 15% of fund managers, with $534 billion under management, surveyed by Bank of America Corp. said Bitcoin is the third-most crowded trade behind being long technology shares and shorting the U.S. dollar. The poll was taken between Dec. 4 and Dec. 10. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-12-15/fund-managers-see-bitcoin-trade-crowded-as-institutions-jump-in
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    01-07-2021, 02:57 AM
    I'm waiting for a dump, not sure it will happen this time around. So much FOMO with institutional money behind it makes this a different story.
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    01-07-2021, 02:16 AM
    Appears the girl shot was a vet and staunch Trump supporter. I would assume with so much video evidence they will be rounding up everyone they can and at that point we can see what organizations these people are from. I'd bet money Trump supporters outnumber all other groups combined.
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    01-07-2021, 02:03 AM
    Didn't see this topic already. Rand had a good few minute speech
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    01-05-2021, 07:10 PM
    If memory serves it was reported that Hillary's campaign started using signal after some leaks. It's a good replacement for the default SMS message app. However with all the built in snooping that phones have it wouldn't surprise me if a screen grab could be sent after decryption if someone wanted it enough.
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    01-05-2021, 06:55 PM
    That's an unhelpful answer, a link would be wonderful. Is there a place that has published the actual court filings from Trump claiming fraud, with corresponding evidence? Supposedly the swamp that is keeping the evidence from being seen in court, being censored on social media, can be easily avoided by laying out their case directly to the public. All I have seen are various 3rd party people giving their perspective, Rudy ranting on news channels, Trump tweeting and complaining, yet no official response. We need it direct from the President. Lay it out to the people, It is entirely within their ability to bypass the swamp with self posting. If the fraud is so evident they should only have to give a small percentage of it so they don't show their entire hand. But do it through official channels and not through various proxies. If the president thinks this blatant attack on his presidency is happening and has facts to prove it why has he not put up a huge banner on whitehouse.gov "The Presidency is under attack, click here to see how". Playing stupid would be 2 months after the election, weeks away from being booted out, and not using all of the power of the presidency to actually show the world the actual evidence of the election being stolen. Otherwise it is only a conspiracy theory.
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    01-04-2021, 03:40 AM
    While the quantum state may change instantly the ability to get information will never exceed the speed of light. Of course the unbreakable security alone makes it interesting tech.
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    01-04-2021, 03:18 AM
    If it's so easily provable then why hasn't any court, anywhere, taken up the case? Even trump appointed judges haven't deemed it worthy to allow. Trump still has the pulpit, he could start laying some of the hard evidence out direct to the populace. No conspiracy theories or conjectures needed, no youtube videos or blog postings explaining how it was done - put the actual evidence out in a white house briefing, put it on the whitehouse.gov website, put on the official donaldtrump or GOP website, show the people the actual easily provable fraud. Until it's in court, or at least on an official website it's just another conspiracy theory.
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    01-04-2021, 03:08 AM
    Now that Dems will hold the white house the topics of gov spending, balanced budgets, and deficit will suddenly matter again.
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    01-03-2021, 01:12 PM
    Ripple has always been an odd stepchild of crypto. Not decentralized, sitting on a pile of tokens that the devs get regular chunks of, and their main use case was replacing SWIFT within the banking world. Since they were going in so deep with the banking world I am not surprised they are trying to be regulated like a bank. Of course with that said we have seen the response to the growing acceptance of any crypto by the world. Gov wanting to limit private wallets in the US, France, and other countries could change the entire landscape. Coinbase going public is going to be a huge IPO, and then they will become one of the accepted new monopolies to allow crypto usage, such as paypal. Trying to force things back into the banker's world.
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    12-30-2020, 12:59 AM
    Hope no one on the boards jumped into Ripple. One major lawsuit by the US Gov and one of the top crypto currencies is falling to nothing. While ripple has been a centralized entity unlike Bitcoin, it still shows the power the US gov can wield at destroying crypto value.
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    12-30-2020, 12:56 AM
    If someone wanted to cause real economic damage they would hit during the extra cold months and kill some power and/or heat for a few days. The average homeowner doesn't have a generator, even if they do have electric no gas would mean no heat for most. People may be able to stay warm but broken pipes in tens or hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses? What a nightmare, no indoor plumbing on a large scale would make people cranky!
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    12-26-2020, 11:40 AM
    As things have shown it would be doable, take the last tax cut. You give economic advantage to a smaller set permanently, then you scam the rest into believing they get some bonus also. Perhaps you may actually give a small bonus to the whole yet ensure there is a sunset clause on it. Trying to throw logic into politics? That's like oil and water!
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    12-26-2020, 11:24 AM
    Not to discount COVID closures which is obviously horrid to their businesses, studies show an increase in alcohol consumption over the past few decades. I see more wine and specialty alcohol sales all over the place, taking more retail footprint than ever before. Has there been a growth in home drinking? Has the death of retail due to easy delivery started to extend to bars also, with covid hurrying this along?
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    12-26-2020, 11:14 AM
    Another Bush / Cheney scenario?
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    12-21-2020, 08:20 PM
    https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/12/us-government-targeting-cryptocurrency-expand-reach-its-financial-surveillance
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    12-20-2020, 02:14 PM
    Bitcoin is indeed more in control by the private banks, hedge funds, large money than ever before. Sure early adopters have enjoyed the ride, and I believe the ride will continue, but the big money folks are the ones really going to profit.
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