Updates concerning the RV/GCR
01/31/2022 Banking Changes
The banking scene continues to consolidate, merge and change in compliance with the Basel 3 minimum requirements. Just as Putin decreed in Russia, banks will either conform to meet these new requirements, or close.
Required minimums can be held in a variety of ways. The latest plot twist is the digital FX Derivative. This is asset-backed digital pairs, made possible by new Central Banking laws, and the IMF’s acceptance of this asset class. This is the start of a the new world banking.
As of February 1st Standard Chartered Bank in HK and London, is now trading these FX Derivatives, with full accountability, insurance wraps and market acceptance and this is the tip of the iceberg. Beijing’s HSBC has sold off all retail locations to Citizens and Cathay Bank, depending on the state/country.
Personal banking will be completely different by this time next year. As the Quantum Financial System takes over all banking transactions, this will take place quickly, and organically.
This is the end of fiat and the integration of digital money.
Because of strict NDAs we have not heard from the banks acknowledging the USN. This didn’t need to happen anyway. We’re fine with soft announcements like bank appointments. This is shaping up to be a great week ahead.
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