SEC offers Comeyesque explaination why it took no action against the DAO ICO

The SEC lays out case against the Decentralized Autonomous Organization Inititial Coin Offering – declines to act. SEC labels the DAO tokens “securities” that would by law require to be registered, but weren’t. SEC uses its findings re the DAO as a teachable moment to warn the ICO industry. The SEC Lays Out the Case Read More →

The SEC Says ICO’s May be Subject to U.S. Securities Laws

SEC warns issuers of Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) that they may be subject to securities laws. Whether an ICO is subject to securities laws will depend on the facts and circumstances of the offering. SEC determines NOT to take action again the ICO of the Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO). Many ICO tokens may not meet Read More →

Will the Fed’s Faster Payments Initiative Lead to FedCoin?

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Federal Reserve’s Faster Payments Task Force Releases Final Report. Report envisions new highly centralized and regulated (but faster) payment system. Report also considers “FedCoin”, a digital currency that would be issued by the Federal Reserve. Ripple also lobs in a proposal. You can buy Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin through Coinbase. Click HERE to open a Read More →

Bitcoin Litecoin Ratio Charts

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Bitcoin Litecoin Ratio Plummets. Natural BTC/LTC Ratio is 4:1 based on mining limits of Litecoins (84m) to Bitcoins (21m). Current ratio of Litecoins available to Bitcoins is about 3.2 to 1. The Bitcoin Litecoin Ratio Litecoin is much more similar to Bitcoin than silver is to gold, so the BTC/LTC ratio may be more relevant Read More →

How Central Banks Intend To Fight CryptoCurrencies

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The President of the Deutsche Bundesbank Has Some Ideas on How To Stop Cryptocurrencies. Remarks to Bundesbank Policy Symposium in a Speech “Frontiers in Central Banking – Past, Present and Future” contain clues of the battleplan. What if they fail? Watch “How Central Banks Intend To Fight CryptoCurrencies” Watch Video on Bitchute You can buy Read More →

Is the Bitcoin Litecoin Ratio Too High?

The Bitcoin Litecoin ratio far exceeds the relative supply of Bitcoin to Litecoin Litecoin is more similar to Bitcoin than silver is to gold. The Bitcoin Litecoin ratio is 58 to 1 and the Gold Silver Ratio is 75 to 1. Is the Bitcoin to Litecoin Ratio Out of Whack? Does the Gold Silver Ratio Read More →

Cryptocurrencies – Fiat Killers or Strengtheners?

Do privately issued cryptocurrencies threaten fiat currencies or do they strengthen and compliment fiat currencies? Smaulgld Speculation Series – Episode 1 The purpose of this series is to throw out ideas that are not fully thought through and to have Smaulgld subscribers comment, discuss and debate them. Competing Currencies Most countries today have legal tender Read More →

Bill Would Require a Declaration of Digital Currency Holdings at the Border

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Proposed US Bill Would Require Declaration of Digital Currencies of Holders Entering the United States in Excess of $10,000. Bill would require the U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security and Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, to devise a strategy to interdict and detect digital currencies at U.S. border crossings and other ports of entry. Read More →

China and Russia to Create National Currencies with Ethereum?

Is Ethereum in a Bubble or the Real Deal? Ethereum rose 40% last week, nearly 300% last month and is up over 2500% since last year. Former FBI Director Comey admits he is a coward and a leaker and that Flynn is a good guy. China and Russia Load up on Treasuries, PBOC halts gold Read More →

Bitcoin Overtakes Gold In Search Interest, Ethereum Tops Silver

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Gold & Silver Prices All Rise. More Comey, FBI, CIA, Trump & Russia Turmoil. Fed to Reduce Balance sheet by not reinvesting. Indian GST to impact gold and silver. Check out all the Smaulgld podcasts here. Not a Smaulgld subscriber? Sign up here. Donate To Smaulgld.com via paypal Top stories: The Russian interference Read More →