Dinarland Highlights for March 12, 2022


Dinarland Highlights – 3.12.22

Bruce (The Big Call)

[via WiserNow]

We are hearing that this is supposed to be the weekend of all weekends – We’re hearing that the golden gates are to be flung open this weekend…we’ve got 5 different sources weighing in on this – and couple of them are in agreement that it’s very possible that our notifications could come out as early as Saturday or Sunday…However…the lead bank is saying notifications to us – they’re hearing from a call they were on today – notifications Monday – exchanges starting Tuesday…I am sorry if it’s a little vague – but that is what I’m getting…Let’s see what happens.



You know the restrictions are removed [off the Iraq, the CBI and the dinar] when you can go into your favorite bank that sells and buys currencies and you could walk in and buy the Iraqi dinars or sell your dinars.

“How do I know if my dinar is not counterfeit?”

...be very careful about buying anything on Amazon or anything on eBay.  There’s always a risk involved there.  If you buy it off a legitimate currency exchange they’re going to guarantee it so that’s something to think about...security features...on the dinar that you could look for – there’s a watermark mark that has a horse head.  If you hold I up [to the light] there should be horse head.  If you use an ultraviolet light…it will glow the denomination’s value.  You have a color changing symbol.  There are all kinds of things you could look on the dinar to make sure that it’s legitimate…


Sandy Ingram

Chamisa Says Zibabwe Will Reintroduce U.S. Dollar If Elected President”

Moving to Zimbabwe for a really quick moment.  Zimbabwe has an election coming up in 2023 and one of the candidates has already promised to reinstate the U.S. dollar as the currency if he wins…



[via PDK]

I am still hearing positive things… In Iraq the Political Elites are meeting today to move forward and to seat that government…they have agreed to sit down and pound this out today no matter what.

…also an article talking about the value of the dinar being a point of contention with which sides are trying to score political points. They are going to host the finance minister to address the exchange rate… On March 14th they are also going to host the Governor of the central Bank of Iraq to work through this…there is also a lawsuit to force them to do what they are supposed to do which is increase the value of the dinar…

So what do we know from their own news….

1. they are seating the government so they can address the exchange rate.

2. They want it sat before Monday so they can address the exchange rate on Monday.

So all their leadership is coming together in one place so they can change their exchange rate.  So there is absolutely things happening.


Samson (KTFA)

The role of the Federal Court in deciding the issue of raising the price of the dollar ignites a legal dispute”

The dispute over restoring the price of the dollar to its previous era ignited a legal dispute…”


MilitiaMan (KTFA)

there is a convergence of thing that may have symbiotic relationship overall.  But, the fact is the FM (GOI) is about the legality of the finance side of reforms and the CBI has the exchange rate side of things. It is the CBI that will change the rate. The FM will have the laws in place for the implementation of that rate once issued.


Adam Montana

“Mosul Bank selects CR2 to Accelerate Digital Banking”

“Mosul Bank has selected Irish-based CR2, one of the world’s leading software vendors in the digital banking and payments market, to accelerate its digital banking transformation strategy in the Iraqi market.”

COMMUNITY COMMENT: All for a worthless currency, LOL.  ADAM:   currently worthless.

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