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  1. Thank You Buti ...."What is happening in Iraq and Lebanon will not be repeated in Iran"...I somewhat agree. I dont believe Iraq and Lebanon are set their Central Bank , Trade Bank and surrounding banks in fire
  2. Thanks LGD, GA DV's .At present . It would seem Iran would have to pull back all surrounding resources to regain control of this extremely bad situation. Great for Iraq's future . Great for the people of Iran it this does lead to a Collapse of the regime
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  4. Tha I You Yota . GM DV's . I was hoping Not to see the gold chart after yesterday's absence. Onward ...
  5. Years ago I set up an E Dinar wallet . Today this is what I see when trying to log on ....
  6. https://beincrypto.com/tunisia-becomes-first-country-to-issue-a-central-bank-digital-currency/.... Tunisia Becomes First Country to Issue a Central Bank Digital Currency Vignesh Selvasundar 12 hours ago Comments Tunisia has announced the launch of its digital currency, the ‘E-dinar.’ With this, the tiny North African country claims to be the first country to launch a central bank digital currency (CBDC). According to Russia’s state-owned publication TASS, Tunisia partnered with Russian firm Universa to launch the digital currency. At the time of launch, a symbolic transfer of one dinar between the head of the central bank, Marouane El Abassi, and a representative of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Beating China To The Race While everyone was expecting China to be the first country to issue a digital currency, Tunisia holds that position now. It is also clear that it is not a cryptocurrency and differentiates itself from the Venezuelan Petro. Instead of creating a new currency like Venezuela, Tunisia is only digitizing its existing money. Customers will be able to spend the E-Dinar at thousands of shops, cafes, and restaurants over the next few months. It can be purchased online or through any of the planned two thousand Kiosks in the country. Overcoming the U.S. Dollar And SWIFT In addition to easing transactions within the country, Tunisia has an ambitious goal of taking it international. The Central Bank hopes to eliminate the need for U.S. dollars in cross-border payments. Tunisia also hopes to separate itself from the widely used payment protocol SWIFT, which can switch off its payment channels for any nation at any time. With the E-Dinar, the central bank of Tunisia remains in control. Too Much Power For Universa? While Universa is the technology partner for the digital currency, Tunisia might be giving it too much power. The firm will receive a percentage of each transaction on the system. However, the company claims it will not have access to any encryption keys or permission to see records. According to Universa CEO Alexander Borodich, the fee is worth it because, “Electronic banknotes cannot be faked – each such banknote, like the paper version, is protected by cryptography, it, like the paper counterpart, has its own digital watermarks. And the production of such a banknote is 100 times cheaper than wasting ink, paper, electricity for the printing press.” As more countries enter the digital currency ring, the war for CBDCs is going to intensify. Malaysia, the Philippines, Argentina, Brazil, and China are all working on their own digital currencies, and Singapore, Thailand, and Canada are seriously considering it.
  7. Thanks for all the news Thug. Get some spiked Coffee. Busy Day Ahead !
  8. Iraqi powerful Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr does not look so powerful traveling to Iran to sit Beneath the Kohmeini. He looks quite weak before his people visiting him at a time Sistani has openly rebuked Iran actions . If Sadr has power before his people . Why give it away Iran ? Thanks 6ly ...
  9. Therefore, this currency will not be valuable unless it has a reserve balance,....Expert: Our gold and hard currency reserves are higher than the international standard......This looks like Fantasic news article to me .
  10. that the Iraqi dinar has become a cover and is a difficult currency at present And anywhere from The globe. ”. I believe this means the iraqi dinar has become a difficult/ HARD Currency. Which is an extremely good thing I would think .
  11. The United States and countries around the world will be the biggest losers if Iraq fails . Followed by some major banks and companies . No certainty that Iraq will not fail at this point . It does seem like the US and others are not leaving until it is a success.
  12. https://alforatnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=217100..... warrants and travel ban for those accused of corruption Urgent Prime Minister's Office: Issue arrest warrants and prevent travel to those accused of corruption Date of edit:: 2019/10/29 16:05 • 763 times read BAGHDAD: The Central Anti-Corruption Court has directed appeals courts in all provinces to issue arrest warrants and travel bans for those accused of corruption, the prime minister's office said on Tuesday. A spokesman for the office Saad al-Hadithi, in a press statement that "among the reform packages to activate the Special Court to fight corruption, and began in the past days files of the accused of corruption." Al-Hadithi pointed out that "the court issued arrest warrants and travel bans on all those named in the files of corruption, after being submitted by the Supreme Council for Combating Corruption to the court, and notify the border outlets after they travel until they are completed investigations and sentenced on their cases."
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