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Re: Bitcoin to fund GSM prepping

Posted: Wed Mar 06, 2019 12:54 am
by Andy F
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are useless - The Economist ... re-useless
Aug 30, 2018 ... Greed once governed cryptocurrencies. The price of Bitcoin, the best-known, rose from about $900 in December 2016 to $19,000 a year later.

From one cryptocurrency to thousands - Chips off ... - The Economist ... -thousands
Sep 1, 2018 ... BITCOIN FANS like to point out that, like gold, the cryptocurrency is in limited supply. Its protocol specifies that only 21m bitcoin will ever be ...

What to make of cryptocurrencies and blockchains - The Economist ... -blockchains
Aug 30, 2018 ... Cryptocurrencies and their underlying technology, blockchains, have been hyped to the skies. Tim Cross offers a realist's guide ...
A new form of cryptocurrency promises to defy ... - The Economist ... l-gravity
Oct 18, 2018 ... TO GET AN idea of just how volatile cryptocurrencies are, compare them with the stockmarket. Bitcoin, the biggest one, moves as much against ...

What happens when your bitcoin banker dies? - Cryptocurrencies ... anker-dies
Feb 9, 2019 ... Print edition | Finance and economics ... The latest example is QuadrigaCX, a Canadian cryptocurrency exchange that was granted protection ...

Economist Cover 1988.
Economist Phoenix Cryptos 1988 cover.jpg

Re: Bitcoin to fund GSM prepping

Posted: Fri Mar 22, 2019 6:24 pm
by Andy F
People! You have NO idea, now do you?
The Land of Organized Crime. The Kosher Nostra Mafia.

FBI Cleveland
Special Agent Vicki D. Anderson
(216) 522-1400

February 20, 2019
Seeking Potential Victims in Bitconnect Investigation

The FBI is seeking potential victims who invested in the cryptocurrency Bitconnect coin (BCC), which was first released through an initial coin offering orchestrated by Bitconnect in November 2016.

For a majority of BCC’s existence, the only place to purchase, trade, or sell the cryptocurrency was through the proprietary exchange hosted by Bitconnect. By mid-December 2017, BCC boasted a market cap of over $2.5 billion. Bitconnect guaranteed investors up to a 10 percent total return per month on their investment, following a tiered-investment system based on the sum of an investor’s initial deposit.

The entire market for BCC crashed in late January 2018, after two U.S. state-level securities regulators issued public letters warning investors of the Ponzi-type nature of Bitconnect. This led to Bitconnect completely shutting down its exchange for BCC, eliminating the market for the cryptocurrency and stranding investors with near-worthless cryptocurrency.

If you invested in Bitconnect, please complete a brief questionnaire at ... estigation . Your responses are voluntary and would be useful in the federal assessment of this matter and to identify you as a BCC investor and/or potential victim. Based on the responses provided, you may be contacted by the FBI and asked to provide additional information.

The Bitconnect company shut down operations on January 17, 2018,
Thuggee's still sucking on innocent passers by in 2019!
Bitconnect Israel @ Facebook January 10, 2018 posted date
. ... 459055668/
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Re: Bitcoin to fund GSM prepping

Posted: Fri Mar 29, 2019 2:26 pm
by Andy F

Factors that will increase cryptocurrency viability for terrorist organizations
Or, they might steal elderly USA Retiree's cryptos :lol: since they plan on controlling ALL Cryptocurrencies as well as your Internet.
"Fahrenheit 451" movie was a Documentary about our Digital Enslavement.

PDF AutoDownload only - ... RR3026.pdf

A growing market presumably will require increased reliability and more-widespread usage. As use becomes more common across the world, the current lack of acceptance of these systems — especially in areas where terrorist organizations operate — could disappear.
Widespread adoption of second-generation cryptocurrencies with advanced privacy features will enable more illicit use of these systems.
Regulatory oversight in the United States, Europe, and China makes it difficult to obtain bitcoin anonymously on an exchange. However, if trading occurs on a decentralized exchange or in a country without regulatory oversight, the transactions could become much harder to trace.
Increased use of cryptocurrencies in complementary and adjacent markets could indicate increased viability among terrorist organizations. Some counterfeiting operations have begun to use darknet markets, and there is a significant trade in illicit drugs and stolen identities in these markets.

Factors that will decrease cryptocurrency viability for terrorist organizations

Uncertainty and infighting have plagued many cryptocurrencies as they grow. This could decrease wider adoption, making cryptocurrency less viable for terrorist groups.
Law enforcement cooperation in cybersecurity domains and cryptocurrency markets will be a critical enabler for deanonymization and tracking of funds.
If the cryptocurrency systems that are most widely used are incorporated into the regulatory system and those that are incompatible are abandoned or remain marginal because of lack of support, then terrorist groups and other illicit actors may find that the digital world is less, not more, hospitable.
A series of fraudulent exchanges and theft of improperly secured monies have plagued cryptocurrency since it became valuable. If similar issues continue to be discovered and exploited, trust in cryptocurrency systems will remain low.

Table of Contents

Chapter One: Introduction

Chapter Two: How Terrorist Groups Use Money

Chapter Three: Limitations of Current Cryptocurrency Systems for Terrorist Use

Chapter Four: Cyberattacks on Cryptocurrency

Chapter Five: Future Viability of Cryptocurrencies

Chapter Six: Conclusions

Appendix: Cryptocurrencies: A Short Primer

Re: Bitcoin to fund GSM prepping

Posted: Sun Mar 31, 2019 10:11 am
by Andy F
Ahhh, the biblical proportions of the Promised Land and Organized Crime. In the end, they convict themselves.

binary options fraud | The Times of Israel ... ons-fraud/
2 more Israeli women charged in US in binary options fraud case ... amid efforts to curb binary options crime, much of it based in Israel, and cryptocurrency fraud.

Beitar Jerusalem owner sued by Chinese investor for alleged ... ncy-fraud/
Jan 25, 2019 ... Beitar Jerusalem owner sued by Chinese investor for alleged cryptocurrency fraud ... A Chinese cryptocurrency investor has filed a NIS 17 million ...

Lawsuit Reveals Questionable Progeny of Major Israeli Crypto ... ... companies/
November 14. 2018 - A lawsuit involving a prominent figure in the "thriving" Israeli crypto sector, ... in the Tel Aviv suburb of Kfar. Shmaryahu partially paid for in Bitcoin; the $7.2

More than $8.5 Million in Bitcoin Seized by Israeli Police - Bitcoinist ... ... li-police/
May 27, 2018 ... At press time, Bitcoin is trading at $7,342.21, putting the total value of Git's fraud at a little over $7.8 million. 1,071 BTC Seized by Israeli Police ...

Philippine police stormed a call centre, arrested 482 people they say ... ... der-2018-6
Jun 7, 2018 ... "Recent investigation revealed that the fraud has already reaped hundred ... In a lengthy press conference, police paraded the supposed Israeli ... what we know about

Re: Bitcoin to fund GSM prepping

Posted: Sun Mar 31, 2019 12:34 pm
by Andy F
Wake UP!
The Land of Organized Crime, their army in USA who RULES over YOU!

WHO are the REAL Supremacists of the entire world?

Re: Bitcoin to fund GSM prepping

Posted: Wed Apr 24, 2019 8:10 am
by Andy F
April 22, 2019 - An Israeli national has been indicted for stealing 75,000 Dash, nearly 1% of the entire cryptocurrency in circulation. | Source: Shutterstock ... tocurrency
$9 Million Dash Theft Sees Israeli National Own 1% of Entire Cryptocurrency
An Israeli national has been indicted for stealing 75,000 Dash, nearly 1% of the entire cryptocurrency in circulation. | Source: Shutterstock
$9 Million Dash Theft Sees Israeli National Own 1% of Entire Cryptocurrency
P. H. Madore 22/04/2019 Altcoin News, Bitcoin Crime, Crypto, News

According to Israeli sources, a man named Afek Zard is charged with stealing around 75,000 Dash from his friend Alexei Yaromenko after learning about cryptocurrency from Yaromenko. Reportedly, Yaromenko trusted Zard alone in his apartment in Eilat, a city at the southern edge of Israel near the Jordanian and Egyptian borders.
Dash Worth $9 Million Today

Authorities say Zard gained access to the apartment through a key that Yaromenko had given him. While they have not indicted anyone else yet, they mention the possibility that Zard had help. It’s unclear how he compromised the password to Yaromenko’s Dash wallet, but it is clear that he transferred 75,000 Dash using Dash’s anonymization features, which implicated a total of four addresses. The funds were worth a reported $6.2 million at the time. At press time, 75,000 Dash is worth over $9 million. Reportedly, they were worth $82.50 at the time of theft.
The Promised Land of Organized Crime Goes DIGITAL!
Doesn't ANYONE get it YET???

Re: Bitcoin to fund GSM prepping

Posted: Fri Apr 26, 2019 7:59 pm
by Andy F
Updated Apr 26, 2019 at 14:43 UTC - New York Attorney General’s office has alleged that crypto exchange Bitfinex lost $850 million and subsequently used funds from affiliated stablecoin operator Tether to secretly cover the shortfall. ... ion-allege

Can we say....Crypto PONZI Scheme.

Re: Bitcoin to fund GSM prepping

Posted: Sun Apr 28, 2019 5:07 pm
by Andy F
FAKE Death Mafia :mrgreen: :lol: :mrgreen: ... ath-mafia/


CEO Who Held $150M in Crypto Died in a Region Known for Having a Fake Death Mafia
Davit Babayan | February 6, 2019 | 3:20 pm

Elizabeth Greenwood was traveling the Philippines back in 2013 while her rental car crashed into another vehicle in Manila. According to many spectators, the American traveler had suffered grave injuries. The doctors at the local hospital declared her dead. The local Manila authority issued her death certificate.

The story later served as a backbone to the book ‘Playing Dead: A Journey Through the World of Death Fraud,’ written by the same person who was pronounced dead, the Elizabeth Greenwood. In reality, the author was investigating the Philippines fake death mafia. In an interview to the Telegraph, she admitted that the idea arrived in her when she was fancying how it would be to circumvent her massive student debt.

Greenwood’s research found that people wanting to run away from debts or personal responsibilities have gone to the lengths of faking their deaths. There is a whole industry ready with their “death kits,” in which people can hire doctors, administrators, and witnesses for as little as $100. Philippines and India are among the most sought-after countries to get a ‘fake real death certificate’ easily.

So when the head of a crypto exchange decided to take a philanthropic trip to one of these countries and later died under mysterious circumstances with the keys of millions of dollars worth of crypto, people are finding it difficult to digest the story. QuadrigaCX, the exchange, is facing accusations of lying about their CEO Gerald Cotton’s death to orchestrate what people believe is an exit scam from Day One.
Fake Death Certificate Mafia in India

Investigative journalists in India uncovered many cases where people attempted to dupe families, loan sharks, and insurance companies. Times of India, one of the leading newspapers in the country, revealed a gang in Mumbai was issuing all kinds of fake certificates, be it death, marriage, birth – anything. In another incident that mocked the Indian authorities, some miscreants issued death certificates of politicians using a government website.

Indian authorities have taken an active stand to mitigate such issues. In some cases, municipals have outsourced the job of issuing death certificates online to local IT giants. However, the services haven’t reached to a majority of Indian municipals.

Jaipur, the city in which Cotton died, is a small town compared to metropolitans like New Delhi and Mumbai. One can receive a death certificate only by submitting an application form, challan receipt, and Aadhar Card. In the case of Cotton, his family must have submitted his passport documents instead of an Aadhaar Card.

Atop that, Indian medical industry is also facing allegations of corruption on various accounts. A forensic lab doctor in Goa, for instance, was running a private clinic that released fake birth and death documents.

Community Reaction over Quadriga CEO Death

The crypto community believes that the whole episode is turning into a fiasco. There is no news coverage about Cotten’s death in India despite the involvement of $190 million. Redditor TOYAKE wrote:

“Cotton is having financial troubles at his company, so he travels to India to work on an orphanage? While suffering from Crohn’s he decided to go to India? Gets married and sets up a will within a month of his “death.” Manages to set up a plan ($100k) for his two dogs so that they’re taken care of. Doesn’t think to make sure the nearly $200m his exchange watches is also taken care of.”

Jesse Powell, the CEO of Kraken exchange, also wrote:

“We have thousands of wallet addresses known to belong to QuadrigaCoinEx and are investigating the bizarre and, frankly, unbelievable story of the founder’s death and lost keys.”

QuadrigaCX meanwhile has reached court for bankruptcy protection. The Canadian exchange confirmed that it was working on resolving the liquidity issues against the mounting crypto withdrawal requests.

“For the past weeks, we have worked extensively to address our liquidity issues, which include attempting to locate and secure our very significant cryptocurrency reserves held in cold wallets,” read QuadrigaCX’s homepage.

Re: Bitcoin to fund GSM prepping

Posted: Tue Aug 20, 2019 12:30 pm
by Andy F
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Re: Bitcoin to fund GSM prepping

Posted: Tue Sep 03, 2019 6:44 pm
by Andy F
The end of the dollar as we know it From ... we-know-it

UK Central Bank Chief Sees Digital Currency Displacing US Dollar as Global Reserve ... KvlqpBnK0c

Psst: Bank of England is likely speaking and spouting for the IMF, aka International Monetary Fund run by the Big Giant Head :lol: