Goldilocks and Seeds of Wisdom
Goldilocks posted 2 commentaries with links:
“The Zimbabwean government would like to become a member of the BRICS economic bloc, the speaker of the ruling party ZANU-PF said on Wednesday.”
Zimbabwe is pulling away from the Swift System and moving into the BRICS System.
This will help the brics Nations with their alignment into a gold backed economy and help Zimbabwe stabilize their currency with a real value.
“U.S. could pass stablecoin legislation in a few days, says Rep. Maxine Waters”
The long-awaited Stablecoins that represents a country’s paper currency and digital format is finally moving forward.
This comes just in time as March the 20th is just a few days away from launching the International Payment System (ISO20022).
As far as I can see, this completes the process that will enable protocols that unify various payment systems from around the world into a single messaging payment system globally.
On the other side of March 20th, we will begin seeing our economy move into real values. And, the standardization of the payment system will be complete.
This will enable us to move into the final phase of our new Financial Economy.
The standardization of our digital and paper currencies.
Goldilocks posted a commentary with 3 links:
As we approach March 20th, there are three important SEC requirements being enforced as we speak to secure the new digital asset-based economy.
One is regarding information protection for those who utilize this new Financial System.
Another deals with addressing Cybersecurity Risks to the U.S. Securities Markets.
And finally, to “address technological vulnerabilities in the U.S. securities markets and improve Commission oversight of the core technology of key U.S. securities markets entities (SCI entities).”
Source: Dinar Recaps
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