Dear All, Friends & Family,
I have been telling you ever since crypto currency entered into circulation that they were an experiment by the central banks looking towards a replacement for the US dollar as the sole reserve currency. It is also my reason for expecting that the second reset to take hold is in a very serious economic currency upheaval. The double transition will take place between June of 2019 and 2025. This is not positive to the US dollar nor terminal. This is positive to gold and gold shares which have been decimated. As it is not terminal to the dollar it is a cause for a gold rally, from which there will be no downside reaction. This is the coming realization of the basic concepts of “Free Gold.”
It cannot be stopped nor is there a long term will to continue to lean against gold, which will allow a bankruptcy in sovereign central banks as entities to be restored. Russia and China have known this, as has my family, which dates back to membership with the wealthiest Jewish families of Europe.
What is coming is not any of the crypto currency present now.
Those close to me and continuous daily readers know I got a call from my family on Bert Seligman’s side at $1058 that the bull market’s negative reaction in gold was over. This was posted on JSMineset at that time.
The resets are coming with an entire new role for gold.
Have an open mind to change because all you can be sure of is change in the financial and currency world.
Central Banks Should Consider Issuing Digital Money, IMF’s Lagarde Says
November 14, 2018
Central banks should consider issuing digital currencies as money faces a “historic turning point,” according to IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde.
In a speech at the Singapore Fintech Festival on Wednesday, Lagarde highlighted the changing nature of money as demand for physical cash decreases around the world. She said central banks have a role supplying money to the digital economy.
“I believe that we should consider the possibility to issue digital currency,” Lagarde said.
Lagarde said a central bank-backed digital currency could help promote financial inclusion, security, and privacy in payments as a low-cost and efficient alternative to paper notes. But she also warned of risks to financial stability and innovation.