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Globalist Controlled Bitcoin Becomes “Bank” Supported By Technocrats.

The “experimental new digital currency” known as Bitcoin has been given that status of a “payment service provider” (PSP) by French financial institutions Aqoba and Crédit Mutuel. Officially, they are not a PSP because of the banks they are aligned with who are. This means Bitcoin is able to take advantage of their PSP status without having to be one themself.

Crédit Mutuel is the “main component of the Crédit Mutuel-CIC Group” which includes a federation of French financial institutions that have assets totaling over $581 billion. The federation’s holding corporation, the Banque Federative du Crédit Mutuel (BFCM) control French and foreign operational subsidiaries in Germany, Belgium, Spain and Portugal.

Crédit Mutuel is classified as a retail bank, yet it also services corporate investments, asset management, private banking and conducts international activities. They also are involved in:

• Finance leasing
• Real estate investment
• Property development
• Collection services
• Insurance policies

Bitcoin now has an International Bank ID number (IBAN) which allows transactions through PayPal and WorldPay and other digital payment networks; as well as issue debit cards, enabled to process monetary transfers to other banks and accept transfer of digital currency to their own “location”.

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Doesn't bother me if you don't want to use

Bitcoin just like it doesn't bother if you don't want to use gold but spreading disinformation about Bitcoin does bother me specially if the people doing it know very little if anything about the currency.

Some of the arguments I hear about Bitcoin are very similar to some of the arguments I've heard against gold. Things like "You can't eat gold" really? can you eat dollars? Its a nonsensical point.

Live be free be happy and do what you like if you don't want to use gold silver bitcoins or any form of currency go for it that doesn't bother me as I'm sure it doesn't bother anyone except for maybe bankers. Again the only thing I don't like is misinformation and to my knowledge you haven't put any out there so again live be free be happy.

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    To each his own, though money

    To each his own, though money is one of the best inventions of the human mind. As Aynn Rand once wrote something like: When goods and money are not crossing boarders, troops and guns will.

    Money is nothing more than a symbol or an extension of your labor. A medium of exchange when someone doesn't need your radishes. No man can be completely self reliant and the barter system only takes one so far. When money is sound and can be trusted, it protects the value of your labor, allowing you to trade, hour for hour, the product of your labor for the product of another's.

    Ive been lazy about learning about bitcoin, but I am seriously considering giving it a look for the simple reason that it cannot be debased (supposedly).

    Its never a bad idea to diversify into differant things. Ive got plenty of gold and silver, lots of guns and amo. I can grow my own food... just the same... in case there ISNT a complete meltdown that takes us back to the dark ages, I like to think that the free market will kill the central banking empire by making it obsolete. Bitcoin may be one more nail in the bankster's coffin.

    Look into it

    I was lazy too! When I looked into Bitcoin I was astonished by it. The guy or girl who came up with the Idea is an absolute genius! He or she also has to be an Austrian School thinker as this currency mimics a commodity based currency except that it is far more superior! Imagine sending 100 ounces of silver to china for a purchase. It would be difficult right? costly too? and the time of that transaction, think about the time... But send Bitcoins that are valued at 100 ounces of silver and within less than an hours time they are in the merchants account! This is with a curency that can't be devalued, is always audited, and never manipulated!

    Bitcoins or a superior spin off of it is the future, get on board!

    you looked into it? uh-hu.

    The guy or girl who came up with the Idea is an absolute genius! He or she also has to be an Austrian School thinker...

    look some more.

    But I agree. That it is a pretty cool idea. I'm not throwing myself into Bitcoin at present though. I looked into it too. Its good until some jackalope breaks that encryption. Also mining for bitcoins is not very lucrative unless you have some serious equipment or just lots of downtime to invest into the process.

    Certainly, at least you can

    Certainly, at least you can eat a fist full of dollars as well as use it for TP...not sure how to even prepare a mess of bit coin, and the fear of electrocution would deter me from using it to wipe my...

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    Can I put it in an IRA?

    Can I put it in an IRA?

    Southern Agrarian

    An IRA?

    An IRA? As in an Individual Retirement Account?

    Yes. Buy a bitcoin, hold onto it, and don't claim it on your taxes because A) you're anonymous, and B) The fruits of your labor are not the government's dominion.

    When I see liberty people here worried about being beholden to government I realize ALL OVER AGAIN that we have a LONG way to go........

    Just hold it

    and don't tell the government about it. It's better than an IRA you'll never have to pay taxes on it IRA's and all these other accounts will never be safe from gubermint goons. As a matter of fact I'm buying Bitcoins today just like I buy gold at my store come in I give you cash. Just like physical gold is better than ETF's for your IRA Bitcoin is just generally good to hold on to. And there are people that are willing to trade it for CASH like myself with out the tax man ever knowing.

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    no one here claims to be open minded when it comes to currency, so get facts straight please.
    we are closed minded with only the constitution in there when it comes to currency.
    "only gold and silver shall be legal tender."
    there is no authorization for bit coin in our constitution.
    It has never been tried and the free market will decide what is the best form of currency.
    if the free market deems bitcoin pure, then we will all know and we will pass an amendment to the constitution that allows gold, silver and bitcoin to be legal tender. until then its a moot point to keep pushing.

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    Someone should ask

    Ron Paul what he thinks about Bitcoin. I think it would be right up his alley with you know that whole little concept he's always espousing about competing currencies.

    On-top of that in the Constitution it says that ONLY the STATES have to pay for debts or coin money in gold or silver NOT the federal government. In other words the federal government is still allowed by the constitution to coin or print fiat money or pay its debt with fiat. Go over Article 1 Section 8 one more time and you will see for yourself.

    If you've never read Article 1 Section 8 then I recommend holding off your comments next time until you know that what you are saying is completely accurate and factual and not based on what you believe it says.

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    bitcoin has not been established as a form of currency.

    "OH NO! He has a SON?" Neoconservatives and Liberals EVERYWHERE!

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    Could bitcoins be a stealth program

    to get us used to the idea of a "cashless" society?

    No matter how legitimate the intentions of its founders meant this to be or how secure this open-source program is, the inconvenience of tangible exchanges still have greater appeal for me.

    On the flipside, it's great that bitcoins does offer an alternative. And this type of initiative should be encouraged, whether its technology-based or not.

    My biggest skepticism about bitcoins however is that the Feds have not taken any action against this like they did with Liberty dollars created by Bernard von NotHaus. However, this does not necessarily indicate whether or not bitcoin system is endorsed by the ruling-class. They don't seem too interested in attacking bitcoins for some reason.

    "society could go in a thousand directions as to how it would exist and how it would be, but the public mustn't know that. The generations must believe that the one that they're born into is naturally evolved."-Lenin/Alan Watt/cuttingthroughthematrix.com

    How?

    How would the Feds "take action" against Bitcoin? They don't possess your bitcoin wallet, and they can't stop you from transfering your BTC to any other address, short of destroying every TCP/IP-capable device in the existence, sooooooooooo...

    And even if this was "cashless society" conditioning, what would the incentive be (once accustomed to Bitcoin) to switch from a decentralized, unlimited, easy-to-use crypto-currency to a fiat, centrally controlled and manipulated currency? I can't think of any.

    -Jix

    Programs are not written in stone

    They can be changed by force if necessary.

    "society could go in a thousand directions as to how it would exist and how it would be, but the public mustn't know that. The generations must believe that the one that they're born into is naturally evolved."-Lenin/Alan Watt/cuttingthroughthematrix.com

    Bitcoin has no back-door.

    Bitcoin has no back-door. In other words, no amount of force can change it.

    You are misinformed

    The video did not convince me otherwise

    Programmers are human and can succumb to fear, greed and other subversions.

    "society could go in a thousand directions as to how it would exist and how it would be, but the public mustn't know that. The generations must believe that the one that they're born into is naturally evolved."-Lenin/Alan Watt/cuttingthroughthematrix.com

    Well then I can't help you

    You should forget about Bitcoin and never engage in a post about it again!

    Because i choose not to promote it?

    Sorry. Can't do that, especially on DP.

    "society could go in a thousand directions as to how it would exist and how it would be, but the public mustn't know that. The generations must believe that the one that they're born into is naturally evolved."-Lenin/Alan Watt/cuttingthroughthematrix.com

    Bitcoin Ignorance

    The author of this article obviously has no idea what Bitcoin is.

    By definition, it cannot be controlled by any one person or entity. It is a language. A protocol. A mathematical equation that says if all the required criteria don't match, IT AIN'T BITCOIN.

    I'm sick of trying to explain this to people who refuse to even TRY to understand it. Bitcoin is DECENTRALIZED. It is not-hackable. No one can create Bitcoins/inflate/manipulate the currency in any way. The rules of Bitcoin have already been set. If you want to change the rules, AGAIN, whatever coins come out of your new set of rules are NOT Bitcoins.

    End of story.

    Now these Crédit Mutuel guys are just a Bank who are choosing to hold Bitcoins. For a forward-looking bank, this is smart. Still, the only way they will EVER possess a single Bitcoin is if someone else deposits it, or if they mine it themselves.

    Then for the fear-mongering over a global currency, let's THINK about this for a second...

    The PROBLEM with "global currencies" isn't that they are global. It's that they are fiat, centrally controlled, and easily manipulated by those in power. Bitcoin has none of these issues. I still believe in competing currencies to protect against hoarding or market manipulators, but there's nothing _inherently_ wrong with having a global currency, so long as its users are protected from monetary tyranny/thuggery.

    The fact that this author disabled comments on her blog shows she knows she's lying, and doesn't want to hear any voices of dissent. Ironically, she is a shill for our bank-controlled world... on a website titled "occupy corporatism" no less!

    -Jix

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    where do you you get the authorization to use bitcoin or implement it???.
    our constitution? no
    the free market?? no
    so where?

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    I get my authorization from

    I get my authorization from the same power that gave me my mind, my body and the freedom to choose what to do with them.

    Shame on you for using the Constitution as a Social Contract... an implication that because I am a U.S. citizen, I must be a prisoner to other people's monetary tyranny. I will not ask the US gov't to ammend the Constitution because gov't should have no authority over my money and how I spend it.

    Bitcoin is about freedom and sound money. Is that not what the framers were concerned about when they wrote the words "gold and silver"?

    For what it's worth, Bitcoin bears a much closer resemblence to gold than the US Dollar does, or ever will again.

    -Jix

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    unfortunately for you and schitcoin, we are a republic- like it or not smart a$$ you are bound under law- as am i. shame on you for still being confused after going through paulschool.
    the us constitution is a contract between the people and its gvt.
    congress has been given the power to coin money under it.
    until that is changed and amended you are still mute(moot.
    titcoin is about glibards tring to distract from letting the true free market dictate what is sound money.
    so you have been debunked. and stop saying people who dont want schitcoin dont understand it.
    We dont want schitcoin because the free market has not called for schitcoin and for no other reason.
    we will hear from the free market if schitcoin is to be brought forward- dont worry but until then- well you can fill in the blank.
    toodles

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    Get behind me, tyrant!

    Get behind me, tyrant!

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    lol!

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    Rand Paul 2016

    KerPOW! Good answer.

    KerPOW! Good answer.

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    batman?

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    Rand Paul 2016

    Yes the freemarket

    is actually where it happens. In a free market you're not supposed to get authorization you just do what's in your best interest as long as it doesn't harm or impede on the liberties and safety of others.

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    tell that to a judge.

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    You are misinformed..

    the free market?? no

    The opposite is true.