Revolución monedas/divisas digitales

Interesante punto de vista sobre el futuro monetario digital: del Cripto-Anarquismo o Ciber-Punk ( https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ciberpunk ) al  “We, The People” buenrollista

El autor del libro y vídeo – conferenciante, Erik Townsend, llama sociópata a Zuckerberg unas cuantas veces, a propósito de Libra, la crypto de facebook

Peeeeero, con los banqueros centrales se ha mostrado dispuesto a ayudar, tachándoles de inexpertos despistados…

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The government will not transition. The idea that humans would choose a central bank block chain damages any real credibility. Who chooses a central bank on purpose? No one who knows what a central bank is….
Joseph Ayoub
Central banks need to be abolished. We don’t need them and what they’ve done, especially since the recession of ’08-09, is criminal. Fool us all once shame on the central banks, fool us all twice and we deserve what we get. It’s time for profound change
Brian L
Eric, I think you need to spend some time with Ron Paul and maybe he could educate you about your beloved central banksters. . This is the most insane nonsense I’ve heard in quite some time.

Tras ver los vídeos y leer los comentarios a los mismos…una única moneda digital centralizada en manos de un único Banco Central con su correspondiente banquero reponsable y acólitos…¿Qué puede salir mal?  🙂

P.S. Y de muestra, un botón     1705.09258

P.S.II    https://www.usdebtclock.org/index.html

20 US Dollars Saint-Gaudens 1907 double eagle XRF

(Augustus) Saint-Gaudens 20 dollars double eagle coin legend

E PLURIBUS UNUM + Stars

PM PANalytical Quantification of sample

20_dollar_1907 R.M.S.: 0.002  Normalised to: 100.0 % Sample type: Solid                                                                 Correction applied for medium: No Correction applied for film: No Results database: omnian 20                                    Results database in: c:\panalytical\superq\userdata Element Conc. (%)                                                                                                                                                                                   1 Al 0.03                                                                                                                                                                                                     2 Si 0.15                                                                                                                                                                                                       3 S 0.05                                                                                                                                                                                                       4 Cl 0.04                                                                                                                                                                                                     5 Ca 0.05                                                                                                                                                                                                   6 Fe 0.03                                                                                                                                                                                                     7 Ni 0.03                                                                                                                                                                                                     8 Cu 9.89                                                                                                                                                                                                   9 Ag 0.11                                                                                                                                                                                                     10 Hf 0.10                                                                                                                                                                                                   11 Au 89.52

Hafnio is probably a program´s error reading the XRF lines. I have not manually corrected it.

http://www.moneymuseum.com/en/coins/speaking-coins/the-saint-gaudens-coins-1908-329?slbox=true

Encuesta sui géneris de un yankee sobre Three Spanish Auction Houses

Siempre es interesante saber como nos ven desde fuera. En este caso, de un foro norteamericano de los USSA, opinando sobre tres – 3 – casas de subastas españolas

http://www.coincommunity.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=182621

jgenn
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I wasn’t quite sure which I liked the most so I went through my records on the three Spanish auction houses that I’ve bought from and calculated some statistics based on my satisfaction with the coins purchased. The number of coins from each ranged between 17 and 26. Almost all went to NGC, with a few subsequently sent to PCGS hoping for better results. A couple had such obvious problems that I did not bother to submit them for grading.

Soler y Llach ——- 33.33% unsatisfied / 47.62% satisfied / 19.05%  😀
Aureo & Calico—– 35.29% unsatisfied / 47.06% satisfied / 17.65%  😀
Cayón Subastas — 30.77% unsatisfied / 46.15% satisfied / 23.08%  😀

The unsatisfied category is for undocumented problem coins. Satisfied is for coins that graded at expected levels, were documented problem coins or problem coins acquired at low bids. is the category for the ones that were superior quality or value.

Given the sample size, I assess my stats at pretty even across the three houses. Sorry to take this off topic since this is about buying from Spanish auction houses and not consigning to them, but I thought my results might interest others.
~jack

Thank You Jack