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The SEC Won’t be Regulating Cryptocurrencies Anytime Soon

Despite the recent exponential growth of cryptocurrencies, the United States government is in no rush to regulate the burgeoning industry, White House Cybersecurity Coordinator Rob Joyce told CNBC in an interview. At the Munich Security Conference in Germany, Joyce was … Continue reading “The SEC Won’t be Regulating Cryptocurrencies Anytime Soon”

Barclays has brought in a Credit Suisse Banker Stefano Toffolo

The rise of tough new financial regulation in the years since the financial crisis has seen pressure mount on the correspondent banking network. The international money transfer business has been particularly affected, especially in poorer countries such as Somalia.  Many … Continue reading “Barclays has brought in a Credit Suisse Banker Stefano Toffolo”

Is BioMass Fuel a Better Source of Energy?

Biomass, a renewable energy source derived from organic matter such as wood, crop waste, or garbage, makes up 4.8 percent of total U.S. energy consumption and about 12 percent of all U.S. renewable energy. Human generated waste is the largest … Continue reading “Is BioMass Fuel a Better Source of Energy?”

2016 Trump Meeting Was a Obama Clinton Setup From The Very Beginning

Obama | Hillary Clinton Operatives Had it Planned New Evidence reveals that then-Associate Deputy Attorney General Bruce Ohr, the fourth-highest-ranking official at DOJ, coordinated before, during and after the election with Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson, who did work for … Continue reading “2016 Trump Meeting Was a Obama Clinton Setup From The Very Beginning”

$43 Billion in Massive Crypto Coin Losses

BITCOIN and the rest of the cryptocurrency market lost more than $43 billion in market value as investor confidence stalls. Despite small gains in the late hours of the weekend, the cryptocurrency market suffered heavy losses last week. Prices appear to … Continue reading “$43 Billion in Massive Crypto Coin Losses”

Wells Fargo To Settle Forced Home Insurance Class Action Suit

Force-placed insurance burdens homeowners with unnecessary debt while letting banks profit from questionable financial practices and arrangements. It’s no surprise that class action lawsuits have sought to bring some of the sixty-odd banks suspected of forcing insurance on customers to account. … Continue reading “Wells Fargo To Settle Forced Home Insurance Class Action Suit”