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Silver & Bitcoin Expert Cliff High Warns: WE STAND AT THE CUSP!

Clif High’s Webbot Warns, WE STAND AT THE CUSP!


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Where Will All the Money Go When All Three Market Bubbles Pop?

Everyone who’s not paid to be in denial knows stocks, bonds and real estate are in bubbles of one sort or another. Real estate is either an echo bubble or a bubble that exceeds the previous bubble, depending on how attractive the market is to hot-money investors.

Here’s a look at the inflation-adjusted S&P 500 (SPX) and margin debt: yep, a bubble.


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No, There’s Not Going To Be A Chinese Attack On Bitcoin Core, a self-reported objective information site in the Bitcoin space, has warned that the Bitcoin Core wallet — the official wallet of Bitcoin — is ripe for an attack.

“ has reason to suspect that the binaries for the upcoming Bitcoin Core release [version 0.13.0] will likely be targeted by state sponsored attackers,” the website says in a post that does not elaborate which state may be be behind the threat or the nature of any attack.

“As a website, does not have the necessary technical resources to guarantee that we can defend ourselves from attackers of this calibre. We ask the Bitcoin community, and in particular the Chinese Bitcoin community to be extra vigilant when downloading binaries from our website.”


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An epic list of research on Bitcoin


Tired of half-assed opinion pieces on Bitcoin and want some research with more substance? Well check out the newly updated 2015 list of Bitcoin research which has almost 600 papers in it from academics, researchers and technical experts. Also, you can check out the accompanying write-up review of Bitcoin academic research, which explores the trends.

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This Technology Could Make The NYSE Obsolete

BitShares 2.0 is set to come out in September of this year, and BitShares proponents are very excited about it. “It is a game changer in the crypto world,” Max Wright told CCN. As CCN writes:

Some of the capabilities of BitShares 2.0 include, among other things, a Smartchain which can do more than the block chain, according to BitShares 2.0 proponents. For one, this Smartchain can process 100,000 transactions per second compared to the seven transactions per second the Bitcoin network can process, with reliable one second confirmation times, while Bitcoin takes one hour to confirm a transaction. Automatic and regular payments are available on the Smartchain, as is multisig.


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Julia Tourianski Braves The World

JuliaTourianskiJulia Tourianski, of Brave The World, runs her own jewelry line (SCREW YOURSELF), and even paints. The response for her most popular works, according to her, has been divided and confused. Those mostly appear on Brave The World. Her use of the Internet to build her own brand is something from which many can learn.

Julia’s Twitter can be found here.

Her Facebook here.

Her Vine here.

and Instagram here.

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Bitcoin “Total Crypto Breakdown” Highlights Risks To Digital Wealth

Bitcoin “Total Crypto Breakdown” Highlights Risks To Digital Wealth

– Bitcoin wallet app Blockchain suffers major security blunder
– Poor tech sees multiple accounts being created using same address
– Security lapses in electronic and digital currencies not uncommon
– Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in infancy but are useful tools
– Physical gold offers most secure form of wealth preservation

goldcore_chart3_4-06-15, which claims to be the maker of the most popular Bitcoin wallet, suffered at the weekend what the Guardian describes as a “total crypto breakdown”, highlighting once again the vulnerability of electronic and digital currencies to human and technological error and or hacking.

Multiple accounts were created using the same bitcoin address which meant that many users apparently had access to the same pool of funds which led to losses for a few. (more…)

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Martin Armstrong Reports on a Secret Meeting in London to Ban Cash

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At this point, anyone paying even the slightest bit of attention to the central planning economic totalitarians running the fraudulent global financial system is aware of the blatant push in the media to acclimate the masses to accepting a “cashless society.”

In the mind of an economic tyrant, banning cash represents the holy grail. Forcing the plebs onto a system of digital fiat currency transactions offers total control via a seamless tracking of all transactions in the economy, and the ability to block payments if an uppity citizen dares get out of line.

Read the rest here.

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Gold Bullion “Less Sexy” Than Bitcoin … For Now

Gold Bullion “Less Sexy” Than Bitcoin … For Now

– “There is a global financial bubble”
– Stock markets and bond markets at all time record highs
– Medium to long term, gold’s “fundamentals look very sound”





Wilfred Frost of CNBC:

Do you think markets are adequately pricing in the risks that are present around the world today, particularly in Europe and the gold price itself?

Mark O’Byrne of GoldCore:

No i don’t think so. I think in light of the “Grexit” which you just mentioned and also the “Brexit” and the overall debt positions globally – we would have a concern that there is a global financial bubble with stock markets at all time record highs, bond markets at all time record highs.

Meanwhile gold prices have traded sideways as you said for a long period of time. We have had a serious correction and we believe there is consolidation. It looks undervalued. At the same time it could go lower before it goes higher. I think technically there is a weakness there and I think there is support at $1140 so short-term there is weakness, quite possibly, but medium to long term the fundamentals look very sound. (more…)

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RED ALERT – IBM Moves to Create a Centralized, Central Bank Controlled Blockchain for Currency Control

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The problem with Bitcoin, was that once it exploded onto the scene, everyone suddenly had to have an opinion. Whether or not this opinion was informed, or based on even the most basic understanding, wasn’t important. What was important is that you had to take a stand: yay or nay.

This was unfortunate. It led to many well-meaning, but technologically challenged people to claim Bitcoin was the currency of the anti-Christ. The dreaded “one world currency” that would usher in the reign of Lucifer. These opinions were almost always based on ignorance, and it led to decent people who care about freedom to dismiss Bitcoin.

In contrast, the real status quo was able to see Bitcoin and understand the threat it posed to the control system. Now IBM is working on a solution for Central Banks, and if this takes hold, it could be very, vey bad for liberty.

Read more here.

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Bitcoin Down 12 Percent this Year – Cyber Attack Shows Technology Risk

Bitcoin Down 12 Percent this Year – Cyber Attack Shows Technology Risk

2015 has not started well for bitcoin with prices having fallen 12%, from $320 to $288. The cyber attack on a leading bitcoin exchange is the latest challenge for the fledgling digital currency.

Bitstamp, Europe’s leading bitcoin exchange – and third largest globally – has been off-line following a breach in their system by hackers on Sunday night. The UK based company has suspended lodgements and withdrawals and reported that roughly $5.1 million, around 19,000 BTC, had been ‘lost.’  The revelation follows the disclosure that Bitstamp’s wallet system has been compromised, prompting it to halt deposits and later shut down its platform entirely according to Coin Desk.

Today, Bitstamp said it expected to resume trading within 24 hours after suspending operations because of the ‘security breach.’

The bulk of the digital currency units are in cold storage – on computers not connected to the internet – and are therefore safe from further predations, the company has said. “Bitcoin customers can rest assured that their bitcoins held with us before temporary suspension of services . . . are completely safe and will be honoured in full,” Bitstamp said.

2014 was a tough year for bitcoin with prices falling from over $800 to just over $300. At its height, Bitcoin was trading at $1240. But in the run-up to and following the bankruptcy of the leading Mt Gox exchange, it has declined in value to around $285. …

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[KR692] Keiser Report: Debt Meteor Approaching Earth

We believe that ‘something’s gotta give’ as the real world continues to tumble while equity markets continue rising – and not everyone is ‘lovin’ it.’ We also compare the debt curse to the oil curse. In the second half, Max interviews equity crowdfunding pioneer, Simon Dixon of, about the latest in CrowdFunding 2.0 as both the political and financial space is disinter mediated.

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