“Huge Synchronization” – Seeds of Wisdom RV/GCR Update(s) from Goldilocks 3-9-23


Goldilocks and Seeds of Wisdom

Goldilocks made this comment with a link first thing this morning:

Iraq is adopting a National Currency. A National Currency is issued and approved by a Central Bank. It is accepted as the dominant currency exchanged inside a country.

Their Council of Ministry is in process of implementing policies to move forward with the Iraqi Dinar.

The Iraqi dinar is currently being designated as the National Currency used in electronic devices as the point of sale.

Our CBI Banker has just vetted the Iraqi Dinar National Currency article as true.



Goldilocks posted a comment with link:

Supply chains are beginning to see pre-pandemic normal ranges again, but they are cautioning that not everything is back to business as usual. Rail shippers are still having issues on the ground.

There is a huge synchronization undertaking taking place around the world in the movement of goods and services in a timely manner.

It is believed that the standardization of a digital-asset system coordinated by a Quantum Financial System will help ease the movement of supplies and create greater money flows going forward at fair prices.

These new electronic mechanisms are gaining traction and propelling us forward into an electronic age.

Here, an International Payment System will take into account all of the different electronic mechanisms around the world and unify them in a standardized process to move money more freely and securely.

Watch the water.



Goldilocks posted a comment:

Goldilocks:  It is becoming increasingly clear that a digital asset-based trading system standardizing the use of sound money and electronic mechanisms is the only way forward.

On March 20th, the activation of an International Payment System will bring together all the different electronic mechanisms around the world into a unified protocol.

The ISO20022 will clarify purchase agreements and serve as a message contract between nations who are exchanging digital processes.

Demand will equal greater values for all countries involved in utilizing their own digital asset monetary system.

The value of money is about to be tokenized, and this tokenization process backed by sound money will begin to revalue and standardize prices of individual currency values around the world.


Goldilocks posted this link and then a comment:




March 15th is the upgrade date scheduled for hbar.

Hedera (HBAR) Explained

Everything You Need To Know About Hedera’s History and Technology

By Eric Rosenberg    Updated on November 10, 2021

Hedera (HBAR) is a cryptocurrency that runs on a blockchain known as a hashgraph. The Hedera Hashgraph enables cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, and distributed apps (DApps). Hedera is owned and backed by some of the biggest corporations in the world and uses a different version of the proof-of-stake consensus algorithm to offer faster transaction times, lower fees, and lower energy use compared to other cryptocurrencies.

Hedera relies on a unique communication protocol that’s different from proof-of-work blockchains like Bitcoin. The Hedera distributed ledger runs on a group of nodes operated by large companies like Google and IBM using a “gossip protocol” algorithm to ensure fast, low-cost transactions.4

According to Hedera, the network can handle more than 10,000 transactions per second with a three- to five-second settlement and confirmation time. The average cost of a transaction on Hadera is just $0.0001 cent, requiring a fraction of the energy consumed by the best-known blockchains.1

Note: Hedera is owned and governed by major corporations such as Google, IBM, Boeing, LG, T-Mobile, Nomura, Deutsche Telekom, and others.


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