“RV Status” by David Harkness – 1.27.22


Entry Submitted by David Harkness at 5:12 AM EST on January 27, 2022

Please look at the money in the street in Bolivia discarded as garbage.

Interesting, but what people don’t understand is that their currency has gone digital and at 0.21c  usd

So the people should be exchanging the paper money for digital currency

Are the banks not telling people to do that?

Possibly more money on issue burnt more the  value the digital currency is,  but they have to withdraw what’s on issue so  there must be a redemption process

So we don’t know what is actually happening you can’t just withdraw currency unless you collect it first

UN Operational Rates of Exchange – Rates

The Fed – Foreign Exchange Rates – H.10 – January 24, 2022

Also Venezuelan digital currency  is listed at Fed

Venezuela is a digital currency

Vietnam is not going digital until 2023 plus we have a redemption that is available for 30 days repurchase of currency

Perhaps they will do as Vietnam did in 2003 cancel currency.

Perhaps that is what Central  Bank of Vietnam is  planning

Cancelling currency does not help any one in particular their own people  and their economic growth

The above link  shows Dong at 2.237 this means 2.237 Dong is equal to the 1 usd or 1 divided by 2.237 is 0.4470c usd.

Unfortunately the Fed have not declared this to the public.


Iraq Dinar is now 1531 per I USD today.

UN last carrying value 1460.

So when they adjust the Iraq Dinar it should be 1usd 15.31 which is 0.0635c USD this is why the Gurus say 15 .00 they have is arse about.

15 dinar equals 0.0635c at present

The Central Bank of Vietnam and UN are expected to do so 28 January USA time we ALL  hope this  is the case effective 1 February 2022 Chinese New Year an Omen  and Ground Hog Day 2ND February USA  time.

David Harkness


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