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Hướng dẫn chơi Binomo Forex trên điện thoại [Mới nhất 2019] - Binomo Việt Nam

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Reserve Bank of India has released a list of 34 forex brokers; which has been declared illegal

List of unauthorized forex trading apps and websites - RBI

Friends, recently the Reserve Bank of India has released a list of 34 forex brokers; which has been declared illegal.
Before releasing this list, RBI had done all checks regarding all transactions of all those forex brokers since February this year. Maybe this doesn't matter to you; Nevertheless, you should definitely check this list once.
So see if your forex broker is not on this list!
👉 Here's a full list of unauthorized forex trading apps and websites
  1. Alpari
  2. AnyFX
  3. Ava Trade
  4. Binomo
  5. e Toro
  6. Exness
  7. Expert Option
  8. FBS
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  11. Forex4money
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  18. FxNice
  19. FXTM
  20. HotFores
  21. ibell Markets
  22. IC Markets
  23. iFOREX
  24. IG Markets
  25. IQ Option
  26. NTS Forex Trading
  27. Octa FX
  28. Olymp Trade
  29. TD Ameritrade
  30. TP Global FX
  31. Trade Sight FX
  32. Urban Forex
  33. Xm
  34. XTB
Thanks for Reading.
Please share your take on this.
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RBI Alert List : Using these apps and websites will land you in legal trouble. This list includes popular apps like Octa Fx, Olymp Trade, Binono etc.

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Kronologi Indra Kenz yang sebenarnya?

I dont defend this douche guy, he deserve it for being an @sshole.
Tapi ada yang punya kronologi jelasnya dia sebenarnya ngapain sebagai affliator binomo? Gua cari di berita isinya di luar konteks dan isinya "diduga" dan ga jelasin kronologi urutannya sampe urusan pacarnya segala.
Ada yang bilang dia sebagai affliator meraup uang loss pemainnya. Gua ga ngerti soal app binomo tapi apa itu hasil loss bisa connect ke "kantong" dia? Apa dia jadi agen perantara ketiga macam judi bola?
Does binomo even legal? I mean its legal in India. Dan konsepnya nyambung ke forex kan?
Gua cuman pengen tahu aja ginian, bahkan telegram grup mayoritas kalangan "investor" begitu kan disangka tempat chat teroris dulu kan dan terus disuruh uninstall. I have trust issues because massive of propraganda we are facing rn.
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Circle to Bring Euro Coin and Cross-Chain Transfer Protocol to Solana in Early 2023

Circle to Bring Euro Coin and Cross-Chain Transfer Protocol to Solana in Early 2023
1/ On stage at #SolanaBreakpoint we announced the expansion of native support for Euro Coin and developer access to our Cross-Chain Transfer Protocol on @Solana in the first half of 2023.
2/ We’re excited about what developers will build and the new use cases this unlocks for 24/7 instant FX, optionality for trading, borrowing and lending, and broadened utility for Solana Pay.
3/ Many of the largest digital asset exchanges and DeFi platforms intend to support #EUROC on Solana at launch, including @FTX_Official.
4/ Developers can learn more about Euro Coin and Cross-Chain Transfer Protocol and discuss integration plans by joining Circle’s all-new Discord channel:
5/ This Week: Join us as we continue the discussion over on Twitter Spaces Thursday, November 10th.📍Real-World Utility: Bringing Euro Coin & CCTP to Solana
🕑 3:30PM PT/ 6:30PM ET
🎙️ @aeyakovenko @geehsien @samconnerone
Blog Post:
Announcement highlights Circle’s commitment to expanding native support of Euro Coin on additional chains and developer access to permissionless cross-chain infrastructure
LISBON, BOSTON, November 6, 2022 — On stage at Solana Breakpoint today, Circle, a global digital financial technology firm and the issuer of USD Coin (USDC) and Euro Coin, announced plans to expand native support of Euro Coin and access to their new permissionless cross-chain infrastructure, Cross-Chain Transfer Protocol, on Solana in the first half of 2023. The announcement marks the company’s first in a series of intended commitments to provide expanded support for both initiatives since their respective launch announcements in June and September.
A regulated, euro-backed stablecoin, Euro Coin is issued under the same full-reserve model and built on the same pillars of trust, transparency, and security that have made USDC one of the world’s most widely-used dollar digital currencies with over $42 billion in circulation as of November 4, 2022. Together, Euro Coin and USDC aim to bring faster, inexpensive transactions to global commerce and unlock new opportunities for multi-currency digital finance and on-chain foreign exchange (FX), where daily volume in traditional markets can top $6.6 trillion globally.
“The availability of Euro Coin on Solana unlocks new use cases for instant FX, provides optionality for traders with a new base currency, allows for Euro Coin lending and borrowing and will be available alongside USDC as a payment currency in Solana Pay,” said Sheraz Shere, Head of Payments at Solana Labs. “Stablecoins such as Euro Coin on fast, efficient chains with near instant settlement like Solana will be the future of banking and fintech.”
FTX, one of the largest digital asset exchanges, intends to support deposits, withdrawals and trading of Euro Coin on Solana at launch. Many of the largest decentralized finance (DeFi) protocols on Solana have also expressed their intent to support Euro Coin at launch, including Raydium and Solend.
“A multi-currency strategy for stablecoins provides users with optionality, and multi-chain availability makes it easy to access liquidity,” said Joao Reginatto, VP of Product at Circle. “Solana is a logical next step for Euro Coin and Cross-Chain Transfer Protocol given the depth and breadth of their developer ecosystem. We’re excited to watch this grow as we launch early next year.”
Originally announced at Converge22, Circle’s annual crypto conference, Cross-Chain Transfer Protocol empowers developers to build seamless user experiences for sending and transacting USDC natively across blockchains. By effectively teleporting USDC from one ecosystem to another, developers can maximize capital efficiency and create novel cross-chain dApps that stack together the various functionalities of trading, lending, payments, NFTs, gaming and more.
The permissionless protocol is expected to launch in the beginning of 2023 on Ethereum and Avalanche, and expand to Solana in the first half of 2023. Among a growing roster of integration partners, Wormhole intends to support the protocol’s implementation on Solana at launch.
Developers can learn more about Euro Coin and Cross-Chain Transfer Protocol and discuss integration plans by joining Circle’s all-new Discord channel:
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BCG & Goldman Sachs Were (At Least) Partially Responsible for the Events Leading Up to the Default of Greece [And Citadel Profited From It].

BCG & Goldman Sachs Were (At Least) Partially Responsible for the Events Leading Up to the Default of Greece [And Citadel Profited From It].
Good Day, Apes!
I originally dropped my research into this a month ago, due to hitting a cold trail. However, in light of the many requests I have gotten from Apes to continue the research, as well as the resourceful leads I received from Apes, such as “throwawaylurker012” and “Wurmholz”, I decided to continue digging, and I have now collected enough evidence to produce this DD post.
BCG & Goldman Sachs Were (At Least) Partially Responsible for the Events Leading Up to the Default of Greece [And Citadel Profited From It].
§1: The History
§2: The Connections
§3: The Implications
§1: The History
It all started in 2001, 2 years after the European Union (EU) created the Euro. Only nations of the EU that had a debt-to-GDP at 60% or less could adopt the Euro. Greece, however, had a debt-to-GDP that exceeded the 60% acceptable limit; as such, they were not allowed to adopt the Euro. Adoption of the Euro came with many perks, among which included more trade, financing, leverage, and a stronger overall position internationally. This is why Greece desperately wanted to adopt the Euro, so much so that Goldman Sachs exploited their desperation with an inauspicious deal.
Goldman Sachs helped Greece hide their debt via manipulation through currency swaps. This way, Greece could appear as if they held significantly less debt than they actually had, meeting the debt-to-GDP threshold allowing them to adopt the Euro. With the help of Goldman Sach's legerdemain, Greece was able to join the Eurozone in 2001.
[The Eurozone is a monetary union of member states of the EU that adopted the Euro (€) as their primary currency and sole legal tender.]
This is where the problems began for Greece.
The debt-to GDP ratio continued to increase substantially, while Greece admitted in 2004 to exaggerating budget deficit figures. The situation, however, was still somewhat manageable, as there was steady economic growth as well as EU funding towards the deficit. This came undone with the Great Recession of 2008, where the Athens Stock Exchange crashed 65%, along with Greece's GDP tanking and borrowing rates skyrocketing.
The Euro made things worse after the Great Recession. It prevented Greece from stabilizing, due to monetary policy.
On April 27, 2010, Standard & Poor's downgraded Greek credit rating to junk status.
With Greek bonds rated as junk bonds, the debt crisis became harder and harder to escape. Not only was Greece having a harder time securing money to pay off the debt, but their borrowing rates kept increasing, dragging them further into the hole. Economic rescue began soon after, with 2 bailouts from the Troika (a group formed by the International Monetary Fund, the European Commission, and the European Central Bank), which came in the form of €240 billion, major debt haircuts (reduction on the value of the debt), and austerity measures (i.e. spending cuts as well as substantial increase in taxes).
In 2015, the citizens of Greece fought back from the austerity measures (of higher taxes, unemployment, and reduction in wages) by voting in the ΣΥΡΙΖΑ (syriza) anti-austerity party, which went against the austerity measures proposed by the Troika deal. This further increased the budget deficit, and on June 20, 2015, Greece officially defaulted on its debt (failing to pay $1.7 billion to the IMF), making Greece the first country to miss a payment to the IMF since Zimbabwe in 2001.
The Athens Stock Exchange, consequently, was shut down on June 27, 2015. Greek banks were also shut down to avoid a total collapse.
Ultimately, Greece received a third bailout on August, this time an €86 billion bailout from Eurogroup. Although Greece finished its bailout program, it still maintains an extremely high debt-to-GDP (approx. 193%, as of 2021 [down from 206% in 2020]), and millions of Greeks still suffer from the ramifications of the debt crisis.
The austerity measures during the debt crisis led to unemployment reaching a height of 27.47% (according to Statista), and still reports an unemployment rate of 16.85%, as of 2020.
According to Poverty Watch Greece, nearly 1 out of 3 Greeks are at risk of poverty, as of 2021.
Domestic businesses were also forced to cut production as well as wages significantly, as a result of the debt crisis. With consumption and investments decreasing substantially in Greece, along with rising costs of production, many businesses went bankrupt, and the hedge funds that shorted said businesses profited greatly from it all.
§2: The Connections
In the case of Goldman Sachs, they made tons of money from Greece's default in a variety of ways.
Firstly, they made money on the transactions with Greece to help hide its default via swaps. According to Armitage from "The Independent", "Goldman Sachs is said to have made as much as $500 million from the transactions."
But they made much more money on the sovereign credit default swaps against Greece.
A sovereign credit default swap is a financial contract in which you pay a premium for insurance in the event of a nation's default. In layman's terms: country defaults ⇒ you get money.
This is similar to a regular credit default swap on a company, where you make money when a company defaults on debt. Hedge funds/banks have a history of trading sovereign credit default swaps, and these swaps were abused so much on Greece that on November, 2012, the EU banned all naked sovereign credit default swaps (as reported by Noked from the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance).
We should note that, unfortunately, this did not extend to all sovereign credit default swaps, only "naked" or uncovered sovereign credit default swaps.
The Greek government openly accused U.S hedge funds and investment banks of attacking its country, for the sole purpose of profiting off of sovereign credit default swaps. Among those that attacked Greece, Goldman Sachs and billionaire hedge fund manager John Paulson were called out by the Greek government, reported by Michel-François Clerin at Finyear.
There's a good article from the New York Times, "Banks Bet Greece Defaults on Debt They Helped Hide" that goes into more depth on how sinister this scheme really was. Not only did Goldman Sachs help put the Greek government into this financial dilemma, but they also bet that the government was going to default and made billions in doing so. In essence, they knew that Greece was going to get themselves into a bad financial situation by concealing their debt, and profited off Greece drowning itself in debt as well as the millions of Greeks that suffered as a result of it all. As the New York Times states,
"These contracts, known as credit-default swaps, effectively let banks and hedge funds wager on the financial equivalent of a four-alarm fire: a default by a company or, in the case of Greece, an entire country. If Greece reneges on its debts, traders who own these swaps stand to profit.
It’s like buying fire insurance on your neighbor’s house; you create an incentive to burn down the house,” said Philip Gisdakis, head of credit strategy at UniCredit in Munich.
As Greece’s financial condition has worsened, undermining the euro, the role of Goldman Sachs and other major banks in masking the true extent of the country’s problems has drawn criticism from European leaders."
So, we understand how Goldman Sachs was involved, but how about BCG? BCG was actually involved and impacted Greece in a variety of ways.
BCG's Greece office was founded in 2001, the same year that Greece began manipulating their balance sheets via swaps [although, I should point out that according to legal forms provided by "Kompass", they were established in Athens, Greece as early as 2000]. And as soon as BCG joined affairs in Greece, they began influencing the decisions made by banks.
The BCG HQ in Greece has a division specifically for wholesale banking (providing banking-related services to other banks, institutions, and government agencies). They actually have a page on their site that goes over their wholesale banking services.
You can find many of BCG's consultants in Greece left to get into positions with large Greek banks or in Greek government. Even the current Mayor of Athens worked at BCG.
This is an important factor to note, as we already know Citadel has a history of using BCG to spy, infiltrate, and manipulate other entities from within for their own economic benefit.
Incriminating article discovered by Ape "JustBeingPunny".
On pg. 8 par. 6
There was already a lot of DD in the past that demonstrated how BCG consultants in the U.S would be sent by BCG to infiltrate companies being shorted by Citadel and Co. for purposes of reconnaissance (via corporate espionage), as well as taking down companies from within (e.g. Macy's, Toys "R" Us, Blockbuster, Bed Bath & Beyond, etc.). Infiltrators from BCG not only took down companies through sucking out their money and making terrible decisions from within, but also having said companies overleveraging themselves on loans they couldn't afford to pay back. Sound familiar? That being said, if BCG was tasked by a hedge fund with the objective of helping ensure that Greek bonds would be downgraded to junk bonds (as well as ensuring that businesses in Greece would be more likely to head to bankruptcy), the smart decision would be to have consultants helping banks ensure that is the outcome, such as Goldman Sachs (which some BCG consultants got hired from after 'resigning' from BCG) or Alpha bank (a major Greece bank that BCG consultants also transferred to).
Now, as I've stated before in §1: The History, €240 billion came from the first 2 bailouts. Cottrell, from one of Germany's most relevant international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle (DW), asserts that only 5% of international bailout money for Greece was used for government reform, and that most of the money was used to pay off banks and take out more loans from banks. In his article, Most of Greek bailout money went to banks: study, "Most of the money was used to actually transfer risks from private creditors to public creditors," Rocholl said. "This means money was used to repay the private creditors by taking on more debts that were taken by private creditors. [...] Only 9.7 billion euros, according to ESMT, was directly contributed to Greece's fiscal budget or to kickstart the Greek economy. "
In The Guardian's article, "Where did the Greek bailout money go?", most of the money went to the banks that lent Greece funds before the crash. Much worse is that, while Greek pension funds suffered terrible losses, €48.2billion of the bailout "was used to bail out Greek banks which had been forced to take losses, weakening their ability to protect themselves and depositors." A very miniscule amount of this bailout ended up going to the Greek Treasury to rebuild the economy.
The banks had heavy influence in the situation the entire time, from the beginning of the debt crisis to the end, and considering that BCG's office in Greece had influence with the banks, it can be inferred that BCG played at least a partial role in the matter.
Now, what type of influence did BCG have within Greece? Well, it was initially harder to find than Goldman Sachs, because BCG has been especially secretive with their dealings in Greece. Finding their Greek clients is like trying to find who are Citadel's 17 clients. So, I decided to take a different approach: we can find out if BCG was at least partially responsible for the events leading up to the default of Greece by understanding what their philosophical/socioeconomic positions were, and by finding that info, we can deduce what type of influence they had within banks, institutions, the government, and the overall economy.
We'll start with Vassilis Antoniades, who is Partner and Managing Director of Boston Consulting Group, Athens. He is a member of the Business Advisory Council in Greece, as on the BAC page, which states that "he has been involved in the build-up of BCG Athens since early 2003." The Delphi Economic Forum also states that his focus is in wholesale banking.
In a BCG publication in 2015, BCG Athens Managing Director Antoniades makes the case that Eurozone has been (and will continue to be) good for Greece.
"The prophets of doom may prove to be right: this is surely a very tough deal. Its unpopularity has led some experts to continue arguing that leaving the Eurozone is the preferable course. With the exception of the leftmost- and rightmost-leaning members of the Greek political system, few of these proponents live in Greece. They ignore the fact that the vast majority of Greeks see their future as part of Europe. Polls regularly show that 65 to 70 percent of the population supports remaining in the Eurozone. A “Grexit” would permanently undermine Greece’s position in Europe, seriously limit its influence in international affairs, especially in its immediate neighborhood, and substantially negate the significant achievements that the country has registered over the last four decades with regard to economic and sociopolitical change,"-Antoniades.
Greece joining the Eurozone is something BCG has been supportive of, since 2000, and even today, despite the fact that Greece only got into the Eurozone via swaps manipulation from Goldman Sachs, and Greece's debt-to-GDP ratio is over 3 times the acceptable limit of 60%, meaning that they should've never been in the Eurozone, and shouldn't continue to be in the Eurozone. As I've stated before, the Euro prevented Greece from stabilizing, due to monetary policy. Its high risk still harms Greece's economy in the long-run, yet BCG is supportive of it.
BCG also published a 23 page document in 2018, where they ENCOURAGE making bankruptcies in Greece easier for businesses.
Page 7:
"Studies show that fear of failure is preventing Greek citizens from setting up new businesses. [...] Greek bankruptcy laws also make closing a business a costly and time-consuming endeavor; in some cases, it is punitive, without any second-chance provisions."
Page 13:
"The government should revamp its bankruptcy laws. The fear of failure has plagued the Greek business landscape for the past decade. The negative repercussions that result from declaring bankruptcy often deter entrepreneurs from starting a new business."
This is their philosophy, and this is what we can expect their consultants in Greece have been influencing.
Simply put, making the bankruptcy process easier and more lenient discourages risk aversion from businesses and incentivizes more "overleveraged and risk loving behavior", which would lead to bankruptcies. A substantial increase in bankruptcies is ultimately bad for the economy and the nation's GDP; hence, bad for Greece. This would only be good for hedge funds shorting those businesses and/or the economy.
Now, in terms of money trails, it's harder to find out if there was any money laundering between BCG and institutions paying BCG to attack a country's economy/businesses, as BCG is not directly regulated.
For instance, the World Economic Forum made BCG a Gatekeeper, meaning that BCG self-regulates and also has the power to "prevent or interrupt illicit financial flows from other institutions".
Here's the WEF Unifying Framework. It was created by Gatekeepers (i.e. BCG and Co.) for Gatekeepers. You will find on pg. 2, par. 2, it states, "regardless of whether such assistance is provided knowingly or unknowingly, these professionals can open access to financial markets, set up complex company structures, manage shell companies, and otherwise blur the nature and origin of ill‑gotten gains. Given their central role in the global economy, this professionally diverse group of service providers is also strategically situated to interrupt or prevent illicit financial flows by exercising appropriate due diligence when providing their specialized services. While sometimes presented as “enablers” or “facilitators” of illicit activity, the reality is that much of the so‑called enabling or facilitating is unintentional. Further, the term “gatekeepers” more accurately captures the dual potential to promote or impede illicit transactions."
Companies that endorsed the WEF "Unifying Framework" for Gatekeepers to give themselves self-regulatory powers include BCG, UBS, Baker McKenzie, etc.
Multinational Law Firm Headquartered in Chicago, Baker McKenzie (which also got exposed by the Pandora Papers as facilitating a money laundering operation), is not only connected to BCG but also the Former Chair of the International Monetary Fund and current head of the European Central Bank, so seeing all these connections is quite surreal, but I digress.
The point is that if a hedge fund wanted to use a tool (one that's not directly regulated) to carry out its will of destroying companies (and hurting economies) from the inside, Boston Consulting Group would make for strong utilization.
We would have never found out about BCG, if it weren't for RC. He was tweeting tons in regard to BCG; it was clear he wanted Apes to dig into its affairs. And the fact that RC liked THIS particular tweet on April 9th about BCG secretly being Citadel (or controlled by Citadel at least), is telling.
Which begs the question, if BCG was trying to hurt Greece (and Greek businesses), which hedge fund (along with billionaire John Paulson and the other hedge funds that the Greek government openly accused of trying to attack their country) stood to profit from the Greek Debt Crisis?
Citadel's hedge via sovereign credit default swap spreads against Greece paid out, and news articles made him sound like some brilliant finance wizard of highly advanced intellect that can foresee the future, when in reality he and his buddies just manipulated the Greek market, damaged the economy, and profited off it. This is comparable to his work on shorting brick-and-mortar companies in the U.S, just on a macro scale.
§3: The Implications
With what we now know, what can be inferred? That not only have companies been manipulated and shorted for profit, but that this behavior can also be captured on the macro scale with the manipulation and shorting of entire economies supranationally.
This has been seen in the past, such as in the early 90s when Soros made billions by shorting the British pound, and then having his friends deplete the reserves from the Bank of England, forcing currency devaluation and ultimately crashing the pound, damaging the economy in the process. Or, on March, 2020, when Ackman set up a hedge against the U.S market, then immediately went on national TV, scaring the public by telling them, I quote, "hell is coming," and "there's a tsunami coming", referring to the market, helping lead to a 30% flash crash of the S&P 500, netting him billions in profit.
This may be why Citadel was previously banned from China during their crackdown on malicious short selling. Unlike other countries, China wasn't having it.
I've also heard of similar stories (from Apes as well as news outlets) of BCG potentially meddling with other nation's economies as well, which I find compelling, and may possibly further support my findings.
Here's some examples:
Comment excerpt from Ape "throwawaylurker012" relating to his DD on SHFs shorting Argentina's economy:
"Kalsitu" discovers BCG meddling in Spain.
"KakelaTron" draws connections between Sri Lankan debt and BCG.
I've also noticed Goldman Sachs' name keeps showing up alongside BCG in the other "affairs", which I find interesting as well.
Apes "JustBeingPunny" and "CruxHub" were previously shadowbanned for posting DD related to BCG, so I'm not entirely sure what will end up happening to this post, but I do believe we're definitely onto something. Otherwise, there'd have been no reason for BCG to want to censor any research relating to their inconspicuous dealings in domestic and foreign affairs.
A good takeaway from this, though, is that post-MOASS, it may not be only generational wealth that you'll achieve, but also a spot in the history books, and the knowledge that you've essentially become a hero to countless lives around the globe, protecting them from economic parasites and malicious shortsellers that have tried to profit off the socioeconomic hardship of millions, just like in Greece.
TL;DR: A preponderance of the evidence suggests that Goldman Sachs as well as BCG were at least partially responsible for the events leading to the default of Greece, and that Citadel profited in the process. This is amply evident from Goldman Sach's ledgerdemain with the Greek government, in addition to the sovereign credit default swaps they purchased behind Greece's backs. This is also evident from BCG's wholesale banking connections in Greece since 2000, and their influence of Greece remaining in the Eurozone (which led to the default), in addition to a push for incentivizing Greek bankruptcies, etc., all while helping Citadel rake in profits off swaps against Greece. Further connections suggest that Greece wasn't the only country this happened to, and that other nation's economies may have been susceptible to manipulation and malicious short attacks for profit.
Edit: u/ throwawaylurker012 posted a DD not long after I made this one, which goes over how Citadel sat on the CDDC, the secretive board that determined if Greece defaulted, as well as when the credit default swaps paid out. I wanted to share it here, as it further supplements the DD.
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Vencer na vida e fazer o que ama !!!

(Sou péssimo com textos)
Olá pessoal, contarei um pouco da minha história e explicando como eu mudei de vida e venci a minha depressão.
Nunca falei essa história publicamente... mas esta é a minha, e a de vocês ?
Quando criança fui criado apenas pela minha mãe (meu pai morreu 4 meses após meu nascimento em um acidente de carro) ela sempre me apoiou em tudo o que fiz, fazendo aquele papel de mãe/pai sozinha...... Meu avô, pai da minha mãe, foi gerente de uma agencia do Bradesco no centro de SP durante 14 anos ele tinha 35 anos de casa, a vida toda trabalhou em banco, e minha mãe seguiu o mesmo caminho... 17 anos de banco, mas em outros bancos... Bradesco, Bank Boston, e por fim Banco Safra, nossa família sempre teve amor por esse lado financeiro, em nossa casa tinha um computador branco que ficava deitado sobre a mesa, e em cima dele aquele monitor de tubo gigante e logo minha paixão por computadores começava, ficava horas e horas jogando Age of Empires e SimCity adorava montar batalhas e cidades gigantes.
Um dia minha mãe me levou em um dos escritórios do Bank Boston que ficava na zona sul de SP, um prédio muito alto, entramos no elevador e minha curiosidade aumentava para saber como era o local onde ela trabalhava.... quando eu entrei vi aquelas centenas de computadores meus olhos brilhavam, me lembro ate hoje de cada detalhe, varias pessoas usando os computadores...telefones tocando, correria pra lá e pra cá e eu não entendia nada, eu perguntava para minha mãe o que eles faziam e ela me respondia meio que: “é aqui onde o pessoal fala com os clientes e cuidam do dinheiro deles”. Aquilo sempre ficou na minha cabeça e toda vez que tinha eventos do banco ou ela comentava em me levar no escritório eu amava, eu gostava mais do que ir no PlayCenter(Parque de diversões que tinha em SP) por exemplo kkk
Tudo que é bom dura pouco... minha mãe infelizmente tinha muitos problemas respiratórios, e o ar de SP junto com ar condicionado da agencia atacava muito a respiração dela, o médico comentou que ela deveria se mudar para um lugar com uma qualidade de vida melhor, e sair um pouco desse ar condicionado, mas que agencia não tem isso não é mesmo? Minha mãe saiu do banco e decidiu morar no interior de SP... foi muito triste porque eu tinha muitos amigos e familiares.
Nos mudamos para uma chácara, bem no meio do mato, afastada do centro da cidade... Eu um menino criado na cidade cheio de tecnologia e conforto indo para uma casa com estrada de terra, a padaria mais próxima era coisa de 5 km... foi uma mudança muito grande, eu não entendia o real motivo de morar ali, não imagina que minha mãe procurou aquele lugar por paz e saúde... só quem mora ou já morou em São Paulo sabe o quanto é caótica a cidade. Eu morei naquela chácara uns 6 anos e nesse período foi a época de revolta da minha vida, não ouvia minha mãe, gritava com ela, falava que queria ir embora, que eu odiava aquele lugar, eu só queria voltar para o lugar onde morava, e minha mãe percebeu depois de muito tempo a necessidade de morar mais próximo ao centro, questão de transporte, conforto etc. Quando começamos a morar no centro a mudança foi ótima, já era perto de tudo... nossa cidade é pequena 70.000 habitantes, não tinha que ficar andando naquela estrada de terra gigante para comprar um pão kkk, mas aquela revolta eu tinha ainda dentro de mim.
Então veio a minha adolescência, comecei a sair e conhecer um pessoal na pista de skate que tinha perto de casa, comecei a fumar e beber por, mas influencias, tudo escondido da minha mãe, não tinha foco nenhum, só queria ficar na rua, estava cego.... começou o reflexo na escola, repeti um ano não queria frequentar a escola, começava uma depressão dentro de mim, e tudo aquilo eu sentia que era a falta da vida que eu tinha antes da mudança, a distancia dos familiares e amigos, a rotina o conforto etc.
Minha mãe me colocou para fazer um curso de TI, aqueles de montar e desmontar PC configurar servidor... bem básico, foi uma das coisas que eu me apeguei pois como contei, eu tinha essa paixão por PC desde pequeno, e comecei a ter um pouco de foco, me destaquei na turma, virei ate auxiliar do professor na escola de informática, ganhava uma ajuda mensal que não lembro o valor, mas era algo que já criava uma independência de pedir tudo para minha mãe....
Foi quando eu conheci um rapaz na pista de skate, e ele trabalhava na única faculdade da cidade, criamos uma forte amizade e todos os dias depois do expediente ele ia andar de skate comigo, até que um dia ele comentou que ia ter uma vaga para aprendiz na area de TI, o cargo era para arrumar computador, trocar peças, atendimento ao usuário, então pedi para ele fazer aquela famosa recomendação, deu certo! Uma semana mais ou menos me ligaram para fazer a entrevista e passei! Estava muito feliz, a faculdade era 10 minutos caminhando de casa, ia trabalhar com o que eu gostava e ali começou o sucesso que tive hoje.
(Começo no mercado)
A faculdade tinha uma boa estrutura, mas quando entrei a parte da informática estava em atualização, tinha muitos computadores trocando para mais novos, e meu papel ali dentro foi para atualizar esses computadores, configurava para o usuário, catalogava peças que poderiam ser utilizadas ou descartadas. Depois de 1 ano e meio de serviço deixamos aquela faculdade, servidores atualizados, computadores de novos, não tinha nenhuma dor de cabeça, então grande parte do nosso dia era livre, meu chefe era uma excelente pessoa, deixava até jogar nesses momentos vagos, e ali eu comecei a ler sobre Bitcoin, o ano era 2015 e estava quase batendo 1.000,00 R$ comecei a ler e me interessar pelo assunto, tinha um rapaz no nosso setor que cuidava do site, tinha anos em programação e ele sempre foi muito fã de teoria da conspiração, era bem nerd, falava que ninguém ia mais usar dinheiro, que o mundo ia ser totalmente digital, e vivia lendo sobre a área tecnológica, nossas tardes no setor era de muita conversa, nosso setor tinha 7 pessoas 2 eram da parte do site o restante do suporte então no tempo vago era muito esse papo de nerd... Computadores, tecnologias etc etc e começamos a falar sobre o BTC, me lembro muito desses momentos pois foi ali onde tudo começou.
Quando eu chegava em casa comecei a ter essa conversa com a minha mãe, e ela já estava sabendo muito mais do que eu! Kkk mas ela nunca tinha comentado nada, que ela já tinha lido estudado o assunto, ela sempre foi desse meio financeiro então nunca deixou de acompanhar, lembro que na época começamos a estudar juntos, ela até mostrou um vídeo do Daniel Fraga, sobre os bancos que ela não concordava etc, mas não tinha muito material no brasil sobre isso então grande parte lia em fóruns gringos até mesmo aqui no Reddit.
Na época criamos uma conta no nome da minha mãe na corretora Mercado Bitcoin e logo em seguido na FoxBit era muito tudo novo, minha mãe sempre teve uma carteira bem diversificada em ações e etfs porem em criptomoedas era tudo muito novo, e tinha um grande receio, ela conversou com um assessor pelo telefone e ele explicou as taxas depósitos mínimos etc, o dólar na época era quase 3 reais e fizemos alguns pequenos depósitos de 50 usd 100 usd e começas a ali a criar uma carteira. Comentei com o pessoal do serviço e dois já tinham também uma carteira em criptomoedas.... cada vez mais fui sendo atraído por esse mercado, na metade de 2016 foi onde veio a virada de chave, nosso capital pela primeira vez começava a ter ganhos significativos, me lembro que o assessor ligou para minha mãe comentando que tinha entrado grande investidores na moeda e que o valor teria um grande aumento, nosso investimento era por volta de uns 8.000 R$ ao longo de quase 2 anos investindo na moeda e praticamente tinha dobrado o valor caso vendesse. Nossas posições foram mantidas pois minha mãe sempre teve esse pensamento lá de trás de manter o investimento.
Novembro de 2017 decidi sair da faculdade e viver desse mercado, zeramos TODAS nossas ordens, nosso investimento total foi próximo a 25.000 reais, nosso lucro líquido foi próximo a 550.000 R$, retirando taxas. Fiquei uns 4 meses sem fazer nada, só viajando, indo em lugares legais, comprei meu carro e minha moto, e comecei minha vida com minha esposa que estou até hoje. Quando voltei para esse mercado muito mais me aguardava, comecei a operar futuros e mercado de Forex, comecei a me apaixonar ainda pelo mercado de Forex, hoje sou muito mais especialista em cambio do que cripto, um escritório da região me chamou no Instagram e me apresentou o espaço e começamos uma parceria, entrei próximo a 2020 na pandemia, ali cresci muito e entendi como funcionava ainda mais esse mercado de maneira profissional, fiquei quase 2 anos com eles.
Hoje estou abrindo meu próprio espaço, COM A MINHA MÃE, ela é responsável financeira e AQUELE MEU AMIGO QUE ME AJUDOU ENTRAR NA FACULDADE E INVESTIU EM BTC TAMBEM, dando oportunidades para pessoas como eu e eles que começaram com um simples interesse, mas que mudou de vida, uma frase que eu lembro até hoje “A oportunidade passa todos os dias na nossa frente, tem pessoas que abraçam e outras ignoram, qual delas é você?”
Hoje tenho a vida dos sonhos, vou onde quero, tenho o carro que sempre quis ter, minha casa, estabilidade emocional/financeira, agradeço isso ao mercado todos os dias
Uma lição que tive foi de ignorar as pessoas ignorantes na internet, hoje existe um mar delas, fiz esse texto para dizer que: é possível viver desse mercado.... uns vão falar que foi sorte outros trabalho, mas eu sempre me pergunto, “e se eu tivesse usado meu tempo vago na faculdade para aprender qualquer outra besteira.... será que eu estaria aqui?”
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Fxgecko Updated 5 Trading Platform on Sep. 22, You Can Search to See Their Regulatory License, MT4/5, Related Companies and Other Information

Fxgecko Updated 5 Trading Platform on Sep. 22, You Can Search to See Their Regulatory License, MT4/5, Related Companies and Other Information
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Fxgecko đã cập nhật 5 nền tảng giao dịch vào ngày 22 tháng 9, bạn có thể tìm kiếm để xem giấy phép theo quy định của họ, MT4 / 5, các công ty liên quan và thông tin khác

Fxgecko đã cập nhật 5 nền tảng giao dịch vào ngày 22 tháng 9, bạn có thể tìm kiếm để xem giấy phép theo quy định của họ, MT4 / 5, các công ty liên quan và thông tin khác
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Is Bitcoin A Ponzi Scheme? A Detailed Analysis.

By American Scream - Technology Ethicist
Is Bitcoin a Ponzi scheme? How close is it to the traditional definition? Let's look at the facts.
First let's start with various formal definitions:

Definition of "Ponzi Scheme"

Webster's Dictionary - arguably the primary source of what things mean for close to 200 years, and the standard for education in US and around the world:
Pon·​zi scheme | \ ˈpän-zē-
: an investment swindle in which some early investors are paid off with money put up by later ones in order to encourage more and bigger risks
Encylopedia Brittanica:
Ponzi scheme, fraudulent and illegal investment operation that promises quick, easy, and significant returns on investments with little or no risk. A Ponzi scheme is a type of pyramid scheme in which the operator, at the pyramid’s top, acquires a small group of investors that is initially provided with tremendous investment returns via funds secured from a second group of investors. The second group, in turn, is paid with funds obtained from a third group of investors, and so on until the number of potential investors is exhausted and the scheme collapses. The operator may either appropriate a portion of incoming investments as the scheme progresses or wait until the operation is about to collapse before absconding with the funds.
A Ponzi scheme (/ˈpɒnzi/, Italian: [ˈpontsi]) is a form of fraud that lures investors and pays profits to earlier investors with funds from more recent investors. The scheme leads victims to believe that profits are coming from legitimate business activity (e.g., product sales or successful investments), and they remain unaware that other investors are the source of funds. A Ponzi scheme can maintain the illusion of a sustainable business as long as new investors contribute new funds, and as long as most of the investors do not demand full repayment and still believe in the non-existent assets they are purported to own.
With little or no legitimate earnings, Ponzi schemes require a constant flow of new money to survive. When it becomes hard to recruit new investors, or when large numbers of existing investors cash out, these schemes tend to collapse. As a result, most investors end up losing all or much of the money they invested. In some cases, the operator of the scheme may simply disappear with the money.
Here's the SEC's page on Ponzi schemes:
Ponzi Scheme
A Ponzi scheme is an investment fraud that pays existing investors with funds collected from new investors. Ponzi scheme organizers often promise to invest your money and generate high returns with little or no risk. But in many Ponzi schemes, the fraudsters do not invest the money. Instead, they use it to pay those who invested earlier and may keep some for themselves.
With little or no legitimate earnings, Ponzi schemes require a constant flow of new money to survive. When it becomes hard to recruit new investors, or when large numbers of existing investors cash out, these schemes tend to collapse.
Ponzi schemes are named after Charles Ponzi, who duped investors in the 1920s with a postage stamp speculation scheme.

How Ponzi Schemes Actually Work

If we distill all the various definitions of Ponzi down to a basic set of characteristics, here's what we get:
  1. A scheme where the primary source of money comes from recruiting new people
  2. A scheme where people who buy in earlier, get paid from people who buy in later.
  3. A scheme that involves misleading the people who are buying into the scheme
  4. A scheme that requires constant recruitment of new buyers in order to sustain itself
  5. A scheme that naturally collapses when either too many early buyers try to exit/cash out, or the income from new buyers dries up and the scheme is exposed.
The above five primary characteristics define what a Ponzi is.
I'm going to add a sixth characteristic that becomes obvious during the course of this analysis:
\6. A scheme that is often ignored as being a scam as long as it continues operating and paying off people. It's not acknowledged as a Ponzi until a significant portion of investors lose their money.
This 6th characteristic, while not a requirement, is clearly pronounced in both the original scheme involing Charles Ponzi, and the largest Ponzi ever, Bernie Madoffs. More details will be provided later on in this document.
There are various other "red flags" which are not exclusive or required but are often associated with Ponzis, according to the SEC:
Many Ponzi schemes share common characteristics. Look for these warning signs:
For an item-by-item comparison of the crypto market with the SECs extra red flags see this thread

Let's cite some common established Ponzi schemes

Charles Ponzi's original scheme
In the early 1900s an Italian immigrant named Charles Ponzi noticed that there were differences in the exchange rate for postal stamps between Europe and America. He surmised that if he could buy stamps from one area and sell them in another, he could profit. And if he scaled this operation enough, the profits would be substantive. The base premise seemed believable and he managed to acquire a few investors to begin. He promised a 50% profit within 45 days.*
In reality, there's no evidence Ponzie ever bought/sold stamps in large quantities. Instead, he paid earlier investors with money he acquired from later people who bought into the scheme.
From the Smithsonian Institution:
Ponzi was good to his word at first, using funds from new investors to pay off the old. As his popularity and number of investors grew, postal inspectors became suspicious of how he was able to ensure the returns he promised. Their investigation showed that worldwide International Reply Coupon sales were not nearly high enough to support Ponzi’s story about trading in them to make a profit. Inspectors were sure that he was doing something illegal, but despite the fact that he sent messages to his investors through the mail, they could not arrest him for fraud, because at that point no one was complaining of being cheated. These early funders were still flush with money pouring in from new investors.
Following the publication of a newspaper article that questioned the validity of his operations, Ponzi went on the offensive. He called a meeting with federal, state, and local authorities on Monday, July 26, 1920 during which he suggested they audit his books. Also at his own suggestion, Ponzi agreed to stop taking investments during the audit in order to make the job easier. In this attempt to reassure the public, Ponzi caused his own demise. The next day angry investors crowded his office to demand their money—they feared that Ponzi was about to close up shop.
Ponzi was able to pay back a few of these investors, again trying to reassure the rest. Many continued to withdraw their money until Monday, August 9, when Massachusetts Bank Commissioner Joseph Allen told the Hanover Trust Company to stop honoring Ponzi’s checks, and three people, who had deposited with Ponzi, filed a petition in court to declare Ponzi bankrupt. Unable to pay back these investors, Ponzi was charged with using the mails in a scheme to defraud, and in November pled guilty and was sentenced to five years in prison.
After being found not guilty in two state trials, Ponzi was found guilty of additional charges in a February 1925 trial and sentenced to another seven to nine years. While free on bail, Ponzi headed to Florida where he returned to his old tricks and was sentenced to a year in jail for violating Florida’s securities laws before he disappeared while awaiting an appeal. Found a few months later, Ponzi was sent back to Boston to serve out his remaining sentence there, and after being released in February, he was deported to Italy on October 7, 1934.
It's quite revealing that Ponzi appeared so certain he was not doing anything wrong that we was willing to submit to an audit, but people recognized that would be a great time to exit-scam and called him on it and he was found out. Even after being convicted, he continued to scam people.
Bernie Madoff's Ponzi Scheme
To date (not including the Crypto market, which is even larger) Bernie Madoff is credited with operating the largest Ponzi scheme ever, defrauding people of over $65B.
Madoff's scheme was similar to Ponzi's, but instead of stamps, the scheme involved investing in his fund which supposedly engaged in elaborate options trading based on the ebb and flow of blue chip stocks. From Wikipedia:
Madoff's sales pitch was an investment strategy consisting of purchasing blue-chip stocks and taking options contracts on them, sometimes called a split-strike conversion or a collar.[38] "Typically, a position will consist of the ownership of 30–35 S&P 100 stocks, most correlated to that index, the sale of out-of-the-money 'calls' on the index and the purchase of out-of-the-money 'puts' on the index. The sale of the 'calls' is designed to increase the rate of return, while allowing upward movement of the stock portfolio to the strike price of the 'calls'. The 'puts', funded in large part by the sales of the 'calls', limit the portfolio's downside."
In his 1992 "Avellino and Bienes" interview with The Wall Street Journal, Madoff discussed his supposed methods: In the 1970s, he had placed invested funds in "convertible arbitrage positions in large-cap stocks, with promised investment returns of 18% to 20%", and in 1982, he began using futures contracts on the stock index, and then placed put options on futures during the 1987 stock market crash. A few analysts performing due diligence had been unable to replicate the Madoff fund's past returns using historic price data for U.S. stocks and options on the indexes. Barron's raised the possibility that Madoff's returns were most likely due to front running his firm's brokerage clients.
Madoff was so good at his scheme, he would actually generate bogus "investment reports" outlining how profits had come by pretending he had made certain investments prior to stocks changing valuation - he fabricated these reports later, as if he had anticipated the price movements. In reality he made no such investments.
Many examining his claims found his ability to predict and time the market, bordering on supernatural. Early critics questioned whether he was being honest and suspected he was operating a scheme.
But, like with Charles Ponzi's scheme, as long as people were making money, no action was taken. It's only when the scheme starts to implode, that authorities begin to seriously investigate. As long as the later investors don't know they've been defrauded yet, everybody thinks... or more importantly wants to believe that the scheme is legitimate.

Staying Intellectually Honest - No Fallacious Responses

Before we even get into the analysis/arguments, it's important to note, don't bother trying to argue using common fallacies.
Specifically, arguing "If Bitcoin is a Ponzi, so is fiat/stocks/etc." -- DO NOT DO THAT -- IT'S A FALLACY AND A DISTRACTION
This is called the Tu Quoque fallacy, or "Appeal to Hypocrisy", often characterized as "Two wrongs make a right." YOU CAN'T USE THAT ARGUMENT. IT'S PHONY.
We're not here to talk about whether anything else is a Ponzi. Whether fiat is also a Ponzi is a separate argument you can bring up later. It has no bearing on the discussion here. This is also a test to see who has actually read this article. I predict a bunch of people will throw out this fallacious argument despite being told it's invalid -- and it may get you banned, so don't.
With that out of the way, let's move on...

Comparing Bitcoin/Crypto Investing To Ponzi Schemes

Ok, let's get down to the details here.
First off, it's important to qualify where Cryptocurrencies seem to intersect with the idea of Ponzi Schemes. Not every implementation of crypto currency looks Ponzi-like, but certain uses and use-cases cross into this area, and we're going to make some distinctions:
Crypto as a technology is not a Ponzi. It's just a technology/tool.
The concept of cryptocurrency and blockchain says nothing about "investments" or "profit." It's just a prototype of a type of technology that allows data to be reliably stored across a network of computers. Blockchain itself has no malicious intent or design. Bitcoin as a concept has no malicious intent or design.
Likewise, we can't blame the postal stamp industry for Charles Ponzi's original scheme, or the New York Stock Exchange for Bernie Madoff's scam.
The actual scam was taking these concepts and misrepresenting them, and using misleading and inaccurate information about the markets to entice people to buy in to a scheme that was unsustainable.
So any attempt to defend Bitcoin as not being a Ponzi based on an analysis of the underlying technology is irrelevant.
NOTE: We're going to talk about Bitcoin, but much of this discussion can apply to all other crypto currencies, including ETH and others. In some cases, certain types of cryptos or crypto-related schemes (such as De-Fi) are arguably even more Ponzi-like and may be noted.
Bitcoin was originally created as a proof-of-concept. Then it was implemented by people as a digital currency. Then later it was re-branded as "digital gold" and an "investment."
This later stage, which is now the dominant method of using Bitcoin and other crypto currencies (as an investment security) is what we're going to compare with Ponzi schemes.
It's important to know that there are fundamental differences between currencies and investment securities. This is a separate issue that is worthy of its own lengthy article but it's important to recognize that fiat currency was not designed, nor intended to ever be an "investment." Dollars or Euros are simply tokens recognized by the state that represent a transfer of value. If currency was an investment, it would encourage hoarding, which is the opposite of what it was intended to do: currency is supposed to be circulated, not saved. This is one of the reasons why Bitcoin is not particularly good at either being a currency or an investment - you can't do both well. You ideally should be one or the other.
If you ask a dozen crypto enthusiasts why they're into it and what they want out of it, you're likely to get a dozen diverse responses, from "wanting to change the world" to "wanting to get rich" and everything in between. It's amazing how many different narratives people in the crypto community have, many of which are in direct conflict with each other. This is one of the big problems and we'll tackle this characteristic first:

[PONZI ELEMENT] Is The Bitcoin/Cryptocurrency Industry Misleading?

Characteristic #3 of a Ponzi is: A scheme that involves misleading the people who are buying into the scheme
So we're going to address this characteristic first, becuase it really is one of the more arguable points.
I'm going to break this down into a few key elements:
The Conflict Between Crypto-Currency and Crypto-Investment
Some people say the objective is to "HODL" Bitcoin until it becomes a currency used by everybody. While others constantly measure the value of Bitcoin in fiat (dollars or euros). Adherents fall into one or both of these categories: either you want the price to go up, then you cash out and get rich, or you hope the number goes up, and then you can spend Bitcoin directly for things. Because beyond those two options, there's nothing you can do with Bitcoin - it doesn't otherwise represent any tangible material asset. It has to be traded for something, either goods & services, or fiat to trade for goods and services. That's its only utility
The problem is, if Bitcoin is a currency, it needs to be traded to be viable, but if Bitcoin is an investment, it should be hoarded and not traded, so it can't really do both. You have to pick one. You can't have it both ways. Likewise, currency trading is dangerous and speculative and not really considered "investing" - it's just gambling. The same applies to Bitcoin. You either use it as a currency and it needs to be stable without price fluctuations, or you use it as an inestment, in which case to get anything out of it, you have to convert it into fiat.
This is basically how crypto works. Can we all agree on that?
Also comparing crypto to gold or silver is a separate discussion. There are strong arguments for gold and silver making poor investments as well.
So right away, there is confusion in the crypto community over whether Bitcoin is a currency or an investment. In order to appeal to both camps, Bitcoin would never be very good at either.
This is one of the first and most distinctive misrepresentations of Bitcoin: That it can successfully function as both a currency and an investment. It is good at neither. For more references on that, see here. You can't have it both ways. Currencies need to be stable. Investments need to go up. People who think Bitcoin can do both have been misled.
The Crypto Industry Is Largely Un-Regulated - This Presents A Serious Misinformation Problem.
Yes, there are plenty of risky, speculative investments in other areas: OTC, commodities, options trading, forex, etc. The difference between these industries and the crypto industry is that there are established institutions overseeing these industries and lots of rules and regulations. The agencies in these industries are licensed. They pay fees and taxes which support an infrastructure that endeavors to "keep the industry honest and lawful." Of course no system is perfect, but in the traditional finance world, at least there is a system; there are rules and there are authorities who are tasked with enforcing those rules.
This is not the case in the Crypto industry. Being such a new area, created to hide slightly outside the traditional regulatory boundaries, there aren't many "checks-and-balances" when it comes to crypto exchanges and trading systems.
If you sign up for a traditional brokerage account, you're likely to be presented with various disclaimers required by law to educate consumers on the risks associated with the market. This is neither mandated nor guaranteed to be told to those interested in getting into cryptocurrencies.
In fact, the dominant discussion on crypto is "number go up" - an almost rabid fixation on the value of Bitcoin is $, which itself seems ironic. If Bitcoin is a hedge against inflation of the dollar, why compare it to the dollar? The inability of people to see the logical inconsistencies here is more evidence of propaganda and misinformation.
The Crypto Industry Is Anything But Objective
The dominant narrative in crypto, among the majority of its users is overwhelmingly positive and sensationalist. It's all how awesome Bitcoin is and how it's going to change the world. There's very little debate in most social media circles. Communities are almost exclusively dedicated to boosting the reputation of crypto, and very little tolerance is allowed for critical/skeptical viewpoints. You'll be hard pressed to find any content in the major crypto subreddits critical of the subject matter. It's easy to get banned if you don't toe the established line.
Overwhelming Amounts Of Misinformation In the Crypto Community
It's really hard to get a straight answer from most crypto institutions regarding the "adoption" of this technology by the mainstream.
For example, an article on a crypto forum about how a particular company is 'accepting Bitcoin' will not point out that in most cases, the company in question is not actually accepting crypto, but instead partnering with an intermediary exchange who will accept crypto, convert it to fiat, and then pay the company. This is also the case with Paypal. They're lauded as now allowing people to buy/sell crypto, but in reality, they've simply partnered with a third party who will do all the crypto exchanging and they're merely getting fees and commissions. Also, Paypal's third party implementation of crypto utilizes their own private ledger that is separate from the public blockchain. These omissions are some of the many examples of misinformation commonly floating around in the industry. It's less involving "adoption" as it is "exploitation."
El Salvador for example, is now being held as a "model" for Bitcoin's success. Its military leader rammed through a bill legitimizing Bitcoin as so-called legal tender, despite only half the residents of the country having access to the Internet - that latter element you will not find listed in any pro-crypto social media circles.
The Crypto Industry Vilifies The Status Quo To Make Its Own System Look Better
The crypto industry routinely promotes a number of rather egregious, highly subjective, highly debatable narratives in order to prop itself up. Talking points like:
and a variety of other not very accurate, not very rational talking points designed to scare people. I unpack and dissect most of these false claims here.
Crypto enthusiasts claim that the anonymous, math-driven, distributed blockchain network is a better way to conduct business than dealing with the "evil", "centralized", "corrupt" government institutions. Despite the fact that virtually everything we depend upon runs reliably under that infrastructure, including the Internet and communications networks upon which Bitcoin depends!
This is the real "FUD" (Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt) that is being propagated in this industry: That the system that reliably runs our lives can collapse at any moment and we need to jump ship to this new system that has yet to prove itself better at anything.
Another common way to mislead people is to cite various unstable third-world countries as examples of where Crypto can flourish: Zimbabwe, Venezuela, El Salvador, etc. These incredibly atypical, unstable nation-states are held as examples of where Bitcoin can thrive? They're also held up as cautionary tales of what's going to happen to America if we don't stop the "out-of-control government." This kind of absurd propaganda is rampant.
People lose their money on a regular basis thinking crypto is as "safe" as other financial systems
One of the biggest misconceptions among retail "investors" is this notion that investing in crypto is similar to investing in stocks or other securities. This is a common argument made, and it's completely false. There are various laws that protect consumers from fraud, like the Fair Credit Billing Act. Traditional banks and brokerage houses also have their client accounts FDIC insured against losses. There are no such protections in the crypto industry.
On top of that, most crypto transactions are one-way and non-reversable, making them exceptionally appealing for criminal activities. It's also much more complicated to set up a crypto wallet and do transactions than using traditional means like debit and credit cards. There are thousands of new ways to be defrauded using crypto that newbies won't even be aware of until its too late. And these are not things that are told to people signing up. But once defrauded, the victims are accused of being irresponsible.
The Crypto Industry Ignores Its Own Serious Problems
Proponents of crypto love to complain about the problems and inflation in the traditional economy. But when confronted with clear evidence of phony crypto currencies and wash trading they look the other way.
As of this writing, there's more than $56 Billion of one stablecoin itself: USDT, aka "Tether" floating around in the crypto market being used to buy and sell other cryptocurrencies, pumping the market, for which there's never been any reliable evidence is properly asset-backed
The infamous "Tether Scam" is so egregious and out of control, it's become a symbol of how it's virtually impossible to tell scammer from victim in the cryptocurrency market. Virtually nobody who has money "in play" seems to care that there's lots of evidence that there's a lot of illegal wash trading going on.
But just like with Charles Ponzi's original scheme and Bernie Madoff... as long as enough people are making money, everybody looks the other way and ignores all the serious warning signs..

So is there deception in the cryptocurrency industry?

There's overwhelming evidence it's rampant. And most importantly, it's not regulated to be nearly as open and responsible as the traditional finance networks, so where is the motivation for any of these organizations to act contrary to their self interests and let their customers know how risky the market actually is?
I took on Chracteristic #3 because in my opinion, it's the only truly "debatable" element of Ponzi schemes where one might argue, if someone is aware of the risks, then they're not being misled. But the problem is, it's really, really difficult to find anybody who is into crypto who will acknowledge how risky and speculative the industry is. And the reason for this is because of the other elements: the need to constantly recruit others.
For example, if I buy stock in Apple. Whether I go around telling people Apple is awesome, doesn't have much bearing on their bottom line. They make their money creating useful products. While reputation can certainly affect the value of a company's stock, the real base value is determined their fundamentals: income assets and liabilities. But with crypto, reputation is EVERYTHING. As a result, it's almost impossible to get a straight, honest, objective answer from players in this industry.
Now, let's move on to the other Ponzi elements:

[PONZI ELEMENT] Does Bitcoin's Income Come From Later Investors?

Most cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, are merely symbolic digital tokens. They have no intrinsic value. They only have symbolic value based on what people will pay for them. As a result the only revenue generated by Bitcoin comes from people buying in at a higher price. If you sell Bitcoin at a loss, you've lost revenue. If you sell Bitcoin at a profit, you gain revenue. These are the primary ways to create value in the system.
There are a few exceptions to this, and they truly are exceptions:
In short, all crypto valuation comes from those who buy in later. Crypto by itself does not create value. The only value attributed to crypto is (primarily) by popularity (supply & demand) and cost to service.
Use-Case Example:
Person A decides to acquire some Bitcoin. The market price is, say, $30,000/BTC. Person A sets up an account at an exchange or finds someone willing to sell them 1BTC for $30kUSD. Assuming the transaction goes down properly (which shouldn't always be assumed) and assuming there are no other fees (which again, is unlikely but for the sake of this example we'll keep things simple). Person A now has 1BTC and Person B has $30k and sold their 1BTC.
Person A is now the "later investor". Person B is the "earlier investor" and got paid by the later investor. That's the only way people typically profit from crypto.
Now, Person A looks at the price of bitcoin and it says on some web site the price is now $40k/BTC. Person A thinks they're up $10k. But in reality, Person A still has $0. This is where the principal: Not your fiat, not your value comes into play. It's not any different from one of Bernie Madoff's clients seeing a monthly statement showing their portfolio is worth $40k. Until they cash out. IF they can cash out, they don't have that $40k.
If Person A wants to see a profit, they have to sell their 1BTC. They hear this is relatively easy to do. And depending upon the health of the exchange and the network, it may not be a problem to sell and collect your profit, but again, when you do that, now there's a Person C, who paid $10k more, and has to find Person D before they can see a return.
This cycle is supposed to continue indefinitely, but can you see that it's mathematically impossible for that to happen? Eventually you run out of people or money. And if more people want to sell than want to buy, the price of BTC drops, then more people lose their money -- but actually they already lost their money, they just don't know it yet because they couldn't find a "greater fool" (later investor") to pay more.

[PONZI ELEMENT] A scheme that requires constant recruitment of new buyers in order to sustain itself

Which brings us to this element. Bitcoin really only works if its price continues to go up. Since it has no other utility (unlike stocks which can create value, unlike real estate which can be used or rented out, unlike gold which can be worn or used in industrial applications), crypto has no use other than to be held until traded. Because of this, the crypto as an investment model will begin to collapse if it doesn't continually increase in price. If the market drops or stagnates, people will want to pull their investments out. But because of the growth curve and previous investors taking their cash out, there's only a limited amount of liquidity in the market. Just like in any other Ponzi scheme, if too many investors try to cash out, the whole scheme collapses. There isn't enough money to even a fraction of the people in the scheme -- the extent of how bad it is depends upon how big the payouts were to the early investors. All Ponzi schemes work this way, and this is how Bitcoin works too.
It's no secret how obsessive crypto enthusiasts are. They know, they have to get more people to "invest". It's the only way they see a profit. The later you get in, the more people need to buy in, higher after you. If this doesn't happen, we get to our last element:

[PONZI ELEMENT] Does The Market Collapse If There Isn't Constant Growth?

As mentioned, the only way to create revenue from crypto is to sell it to someone later, for more. This model requires a constant influx of new buyers.
What happens when we run out of new buyers?
The price stagnates. If everybody who is holding crypto still decides they won't sell, the market could just sit there. But that's unlikely.
Imagine if Bernie Madoff told clients the returns weren't there? How long do you think his clients would keep their money in their accounts? At some point they'd want it back. If there is no growth, there's no incentive for anybody to be "invested" in the scheme.
The problem is, everybody who's been paid already has taken the liquidity out of the market. So there isn't enough money to pay the people who might want to cash out.
That's when the house of cards crumbles.
And obviously, with Bitcoin just like with all Ponzi schemes, the people who bought in later, lost the most. It's possible early adopters could have made out like bandits. Although in the crypto space, there's an even more common reaction: Exit Scams.
In the crypto world, it's a lot easier to abscond with everybody's money than it is in the traditional financial world. That's due to the unique characteristics of crypto being able to be instantly transferred anywhere in the world. So rather than be outed as a Ponzi, most of the existing crypto-based Ponzis were characterized merely as "fraud" with people either stealing money and disappearing, or in some cases faking their own deaths or claiming they were hacked. Either way, it's a convenient, efficient way to shut down the Ponzi scheme and avoid getting caught.

Summary: Crypto as an investment 'ticks all the boxes' matching a Ponzi, but as long as "number go up" most people, most journalists, most media, and most enforcement agencies, like in the past with similar schemes, won't acknowledge what's really going on.

Time will tell. Time is the enemy for these things.
Bernie Madoff's scheme lasted longer than Bitcoin so far. Just because it hasn't collapsed yet, doesn't mean it won't.
Invest if you want, but know the risks. Know the "math" too.
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Briton who lost 7500 BTC will involve Boston Dynamics in the search for robops.
British resident James Howells, who accidentally threw away a hard drive with 7,500 BTC in 2013, uses two Spot robots from Boston Dynamics to search. Business Insider writes about it.
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At the current exchange rate, the value of Howells lost bitcoins is more than $160.4 million.
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BCG & Goldman Sachs waren (zumindest) teilweise für die Ereignisse verantwortlich, die zum Zahlungsausfall Griechenlands führten [und Citadel profitierte davon]

BCG & Goldman Sachs waren (zumindest) teilweise für die Ereignisse verantwortlich, die zum Zahlungsausfall Griechenlands führten [und Citadel profitierte davon]
Originalpost von "-einfachman-" 
Guten Tag, Affen!
Ursprünglich habe ich meine Nachforschungen in diesem Fall vor einem Monat eingestellt, weil ich auf eine kalte Spur gestoßen bin. Angesichts der vielen Bitten von Apes, die Nachforschungen fortzusetzen, sowie der einfallsreichen Hinweise, die ich von Apes erhalten habe, wie z. B. "throwawaylurker012" und "Wurmholz", habe ich mich jedoch entschlossen, die Nachforschungen fortzusetzen, und ich habe nun genügend Beweise gesammelt, um diesen DD-Beitrag zu erstellen.


Ein Großteil der Beweise deutet darauf hin, dass sowohl Goldman Sachs als auch BCG zumindest teilweise für die Ereignisse verantwortlich waren, die zur Zahlungsunfähigkeit Griechenlands führten, und dass Citadel dabei profitierte. Dies geht eindeutig aus der Buchhaltung von Goldman Sachs mit der griechischen Regierung hervor, zusätzlich zu den staatlichen Credit Default Swaps, die sie hinter dem Rücken Griechenlands gekauft haben. Dies zeigt sich auch an den Verbindungen der BCG zum griechischen Großkundengeschäft seit dem Jahr 2000 und an ihrem Einfluss auf den Verbleib Griechenlands in der Eurozone (was zum Zahlungsausfall führte) sowie an der Förderung griechischer Insolvenzen usw., während sie Citadel dabei halfen, mit Swaps gegen Griechenland Gewinne zu erzielen. Weitere Verbindungen deuten darauf hin, dass Griechenland nicht das einzige Land war, in dem dies geschah, und dass die Volkswirtschaften anderer Länder für Manipulationen und böswillige Short-Attacken aus Profitgründen anfällig gewesen sein könnten.


§1: Die Geschichte
§2: Die Zusammenhänge
§3: Die Implikationen

§1: Die Geschichte

Alles begann im Jahr 2001, 2 Jahre nachdem die Europäische Union (EU) den Euro eingeführt hatte. Nur EU-Länder mit einer Verschuldung im Verhältnis zum BIP von 60 % oder weniger konnten den Euro einführen. Griechenland hatte jedoch eine Verschuldung im Verhältnis zum BIP, die über der zulässigen Grenze von 60 % lag; daher durfte es den Euro nicht einführen. Die Einführung des Euro war mit vielen Vorteilen verbunden, unter anderem mit mehr Handel, Finanzierung, Hebelwirkung und einer insgesamt stärkeren internationalen Position. Aus diesem Grund wollte Griechenland unbedingt den Euro einführen, und zwar so sehr, dass Goldman Sachs die Verzweiflung des Landes mit einem unvorteilhaften Deal ausnutzte.
Goldman Sachs half Griechenland, seine Schulden durch Manipulationen mit Währungsswaps zu verbergen. Auf diese Weise konnte Griechenland den Anschein erwecken, deutlich weniger Schulden zu haben, als es tatsächlich hatte, und so den Schwellenwert für die Verschuldung im Verhältnis zum BIP einhalten, der es dem Land erlaubte, den Euro einzuführen. Mit Hilfe der Täuschungsmanöver von Goldman Sach konnte Griechenland 2001 der Eurozone beitreten.
[Die Eurozone ist eine Währungsunion von EU-Mitgliedstaaten, die den Euro (€) als Hauptwährung und einziges gesetzliches Zahlungsmittel eingeführt haben.]
Hier begannen die Probleme für Griechenland.
Die Verschuldung im Verhältnis zum BIP stieg weiter stark an, und Griechenland gab 2004 zu, die Zahlen für das Haushaltsdefizit übertrieben zu haben. Die Situation war jedoch noch einigermaßen beherrschbar, da es ein stetiges Wirtschaftswachstum gab und die EU das Defizit finanzierte. Dies wurde durch die Große Rezession von 2008 zunichte gemacht, als die Athener Börse um 65 % einbrach, das griechische BIP einbrach und die Kreditzinsen in die Höhe schnellten.
Der Euro verschlimmerte die Situation nach der Großen Rezession. Er verhinderte, dass sich Griechenland aufgrund der Geldpolitik stabilisieren konnte.
Am 27. April 2010 stufte die Ratingagentur Standard & Poor's die Kreditwürdigkeit Griechenlands auf Ramschstatus herab.
Da griechische Anleihen als Ramschanleihen eingestuft wurden, wurde es immer schwieriger, der Schuldenkrise zu entkommen. Für Griechenland war es nicht nur schwieriger, Geld für die Rückzahlung der Schulden zu beschaffen, sondern auch die Kreditzinsen stiegen weiter an und zogen das Land noch tiefer in die Krise. Die wirtschaftliche Rettung begann bald darauf mit zwei Rettungspaketen der Troika (einer Gruppe, die aus dem Internationalen Währungsfonds, der Europäischen Kommission und der Europäischen Zentralbank besteht) in Form von 240 Milliarden Euro, umfangreichen Schuldenschnitten (Verringerung des Wertes der Schulden) und Sparmaßnahmen (d. h. Ausgabenkürzungen und erhebliche Steuererhöhungen).
Im Jahr 2015 wehrten sich die Bürger Griechenlands gegen die Sparmaßnahmen (höhere Steuern, Arbeitslosigkeit und Lohnkürzungen), indem sie die Anti-Spar-Partei ΣΥΡΙΖΑ (Syriza) wählten, die sich gegen die von der Troika vorgeschlagenen Sparmaßnahmen wandte. Dies führte zu einem weiteren Anstieg des Haushaltsdefizits, und am 20. Juni 2015 geriet Griechenland offiziell in Zahlungsverzug (indem es 1,7 Mrd. USD an den IWF nicht zahlte), womit Griechenland das erste Land seit Simbabwe im Jahr 2001 war, das eine Zahlung an den IWF ausfallen ließ.
Die Athener Börse wurde daraufhin am 27. Juni 2015 geschlossen. Auch die griechischen Banken wurden geschlossen, um einen totalen Zusammenbruch zu verhindern.
Schließlich erhielt Griechenland im August ein drittes Hilfsprogramm, diesmal in Höhe von 86 Milliarden Euro von der Eurogruppe. Obwohl Griechenland sein Rettungsprogramm abgeschlossen hat, ist die Verschuldung im Verhältnis zum BIP immer noch extrem hoch (ca. 193 %, ab 2021 [von 206 % im Jahr 2020]), und Millionen von Griechen leiden immer noch unter den Folgen der Schuldenkrise.
Die Sparmaßnahmen während der Schuldenkrise führten dazu, dass die Arbeitslosigkeit einen Höchststand von 27,47 % erreichte (laut Statista), und auch für 2020 wird eine Arbeitslosenquote von 16,85 % gemeldet.
Laut Poverty Watch Greece ist ab 2021 fast jeder dritte Grieche von Armut bedroht.
Auch die einheimischen Unternehmen waren infolge der Schuldenkrise gezwungen, die Produktion und die Löhne erheblich zu senken. Da der Konsum und die Investitionen in Griechenland erheblich zurückgingen und die Produktionskosten stiegen, gingen viele Unternehmen in Konkurs, und die Hedge-Fonds, die diese Unternehmen leerverkauft hatten, profitierten in hohem Maße davon.

§2: Die Zusammenhänge

Im Fall von Goldman Sachs verdiente das Unternehmen auf verschiedene Weise eine Menge Geld mit der Zahlungsunfähigkeit Griechenlands.
Erstens verdienten sie an den Geschäften mit Griechenland, die dazu beitrugen, die Zahlungsunfähigkeit des Landes durch Swaps zu verbergen. Laut Armitage von "The Independent" "soll Goldman Sachs bis zu 500 Millionen Dollar an den Transaktionen verdient haben."
Aber sie haben noch viel mehr Geld mit den Credit Default Swaps gegen Griechenland verdient.
Ein Sovereign Credit Default Swap ist ein Finanzvertrag, bei dem man eine Prämie für eine Versicherung für den Fall des Ausfalls eines Landes zahlt. Für den Laien ausgedrückt: Das Land fällt aus ⇒ Man bekommt Geld.
Dies ist vergleichbar mit einem regulären Credit Default Swap auf ein Unternehmen, bei dem man Geld verdient, wenn ein Unternehmen seine Schulden nicht begleichen kann. Hedgefonds/Banken handeln seit langem mit Credit Default Swaps auf Staatsanleihen, und diese Swaps wurden im Falle Griechenlands so sehr missbraucht, dass die EU im November 2012 alle "nackten" Credit Default Swaps auf Staatsanleihen verbot (wie Noked vom Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance berichtet).
Es ist anzumerken, dass sich dies leider nicht auf alle staatlichen Credit Default Swaps erstreckte, sondern nur auf "nackte" oder "ungedeckte" staatliche Credit Default Swaps.
Die griechische Regierung beschuldigte US-Hedgefonds und -Investmentbanken offen, ihr Land allein zu dem Zweck angegriffen zu haben, aus staatlichen Credit Default Swaps Profit zu schlagen. Unter denjenigen, die Griechenland angegriffen haben, wurden Goldman Sachs und der milliardenschwere Hedgefonds-Manager John Paulson von der griechischen Regierung herausgefordert, wie Michel-François Clerin bei Finyear berichtet.
In der New York Times gibt es einen guten Artikel mit dem Titel "Banks Bet Greece Defaults on Debt They Helped Hide", in dem näher darauf eingegangen wird, wie finster dieser Plan wirklich war.
Goldman Sachs hat nicht nur dazu beigetragen, die griechische Regierung in dieses finanzielle Dilemma zu bringen, sondern sie haben auch darauf gewettet, dass die Regierung zahlungsunfähig werden würde, und dabei Milliarden verdient. Im Wesentlichen wussten sie, dass Griechenland sich durch die Verschleierung seiner Schulden in eine schlechte finanzielle Lage bringen würde, und profitierten davon, dass Griechenland sich selbst in Schulden ertränkte, sowie von den Millionen Griechen, die darunter litten.
Wie die New York Times schreibt,
Diese Verträge, bekannt als Credit-Default-Swaps, ermöglichen es Banken und Hedge-Fonds, auf das finanzielle Äquivalent eines Feuers mit vier Alarmstufen zu wetten: den Ausfall eines Unternehmens oder, im Falle Griechenlands, eines ganzen Landes. Wenn Griechenland seine Schulden nicht mehr bedienen kann, profitieren die Händler, die diese Swaps besitzen, davon.
Es ist, als würde man eine Feuerversicherung für das Haus des Nachbarn kaufen; man schafft einen Anreiz, das Haus niederzubrennen", sagt Philip Gisdakis, Leiter der Kreditstrategie bei UniCredit in München.
Die Rolle von Goldman Sachs und anderen Großbanken bei der Verschleierung des wahren Ausmaßes der Probleme Griechenlands hat die Kritik der europäischen Staats- und Regierungschefs auf sich gezogen, da sich die finanzielle Lage des Landes verschlechtert und den Euro unterminiert hat.
Wir verstehen also, dass Goldman Sachs beteiligt war, aber was ist mit BCG? BCG war tatsächlich involviert und beeinflusste Griechenland auf vielfältige Weise.
Das griechische BCG-Büro wurde 2001 gegründet, im selben Jahr, in dem Griechenland begann, seine Bilanzen mit Hilfe von Swaps zu manipulieren [obwohl ich darauf hinweisen sollte, dass sie laut den von "Kompass" zur Verfügung gestellten Rechtsformularen bereits im Jahr 2000 in Athen, Griechenland, gegründet wurden]. Und sobald die BCG in Griechenland tätig wurde, begann sie, die Entscheidungen der Banken zu beeinflussen.
Das BCG-Hauptquartier in Griechenland verfügt über eine Abteilung speziell für das Großkundengeschäft (Erbringung von bankbezogenen Dienstleistungen für andere Banken, Institutionen und Regierungsbehörden). Auf ihrer Website gibt es eine Seite, auf der die Dienstleistungen für Großkunden beschrieben werden.
Viele der BCG-Berater in Griechenland haben eine Stelle bei großen griechischen Banken oder in der griechischen Regierung angenommen. Sogar der derzeitige Bürgermeister von Athen hat bei BCG gearbeitet.
Dies ist ein wichtiger Faktor, da wir bereits wissen, dass Citadel BCG in der Vergangenheit dazu benutzt hat, andere Unternehmen auszuspionieren, zu infiltrieren und von innen heraus zu ihrem eigenen wirtschaftlichen Vorteil zu manipulieren.
Beispiel: Belastender Artikel, entdeckt von Ape "JustBeingPunny".
Auf S. 8 Abs. 6
In der Vergangenheit gab es bereits viele DD, die zeigten, wie BCG-Berater in den USA von BCG entsandt wurden, um Unternehmen zu infiltrieren, die von Citadel und Co. geshortet wurden, um sie auszukundschaften (durch Wirtschaftsspionage) und um Unternehmen von innen heraus zu zerstören (z. B. Macy's, Toys "R" Us, Blockbuster, Bed Bath & Beyond usw.). Die Infiltratoren von BCG haben nicht nur Unternehmen zu Fall gebracht, indem sie ihnen das Geld aus der Tasche zogen und von innen heraus schlechte Entscheidungen trafen, sondern auch, indem sie diese Unternehmen dazu brachten, sich mit Krediten zu verschulden, die sie nicht zurückzahlen konnten. Kommt dir das bekannt vor? Wenn BCG also von einem Hedgefonds beauftragt wurde, dafür zu sorgen, dass griechische Anleihen auf Ramschniveau herabgestuft werden (und dass Unternehmen in Griechenland mit größerer Wahrscheinlichkeit in den Konkurs getrieben werden), dann wäre es eine kluge Entscheidung, Berater zu beschäftigen, die den Banken dabei helfen, dieses Ergebnis zu erreichen, wie z. B. Goldman Sachs (bei dem einige BCG-Berater angestellt wurden, nachdem sie bei BCG "gekündigt" hatten) oder die Alpha Bank (eine große griechische Bank, zu der BCG-Berater ebenfalls wechselten).
Wie ich bereits in §1: Die Geschichte dargelegt habe, stammen 240 Milliarden Euro aus den ersten beiden Rettungsaktionen. Cottrell von der Deutschen Welle (DW), einer der wichtigsten internationalen Rundfunkanstalten in Deutschland, behauptet, dass nur 5 % der internationalen Rettungsgelder für Griechenland für Regierungsreformen verwendet wurden und dass der Großteil des Geldes dazu diente, Banken zu bezahlen und weitere Kredite von Banken aufzunehmen.
In seinem Artikel "Most of Greek bailout money went to banks: study" schreibt Rocholl:
Der größte Teil des Geldes wurde verwendet, um Risiken von privaten Gläubigern auf öffentliche Gläubiger zu übertragen", so Rocholl. "Das bedeutet, dass das Geld verwendet wurde, um die privaten Gläubiger zu entschädigen, indem mehr Schulden übernommen wurden, die von privaten Gläubigern aufgenommen wurden. [...] Nur 9,7 Milliarden Euro wurden laut ESMT direkt in den griechischen Staatshaushalt oder zur Ankurbelung der griechischen Wirtschaft eingesetzt.
In dem Artikel "Where did the Greek bailout money go?" von The Guardian heißt es, dass der größte Teil des Geldes an die Banken ging, die Griechenland vor dem Crash Geld geliehen hatten. Viel schlimmer ist, dass, während die griechischen Rentenfonds schreckliche Verluste erlitten, 48,2 Milliarden Euro des Rettungspakets "zur Rettung griechischer Banken verwendet wurden, die gezwungen waren, Verluste hinzunehmen, wodurch ihre Fähigkeit, sich selbst und die Einleger zu schützen, geschwächt wurde." Ein winziger Teil dieses Rettungspakets ging schließlich an das griechische Finanzministerium, um die Wirtschaft wieder aufzubauen.
Die Banken hatten während der gesamten Zeit, vom Beginn der Schuldenkrise bis zu ihrem Ende, großen Einfluss auf die Situation, und wenn man bedenkt, dass das BCG-Büro in Griechenland Einfluss auf die Banken hatte, kann man davon ausgehen, dass BCG zumindest eine Teilrolle in dieser Angelegenheit spielte.
Welche Art von Einfluss hatte BCG nun in Griechenland? Nun, anfangs war es schwieriger als bei Goldman Sachs, denn BCG hat sich bei seinen Geschäften in Griechenland besonders bedeckt gehalten. Ihre griechischen Kunden zu finden, ist so, als würde man versuchen, die 17 Kunden von Citadel zu finden. Daher habe ich beschlossen, einen anderen Ansatz zu wählen: Wir können herausfinden, ob BCG zumindest teilweise für die Ereignisse verantwortlich war, die zur Zahlungsunfähigkeit Griechenlands führten, indem wir ihre philosophischen/sozioökonomischen Positionen verstehen.
Wir beginnen mit Vassilis Antoniades, der Partner und Geschäftsführer der Boston Consulting Group in Athen ist. Er ist Mitglied des Business Advisory Council in Griechenland, wie auf der BAC-Seite zu lesen ist, wo es heißt, dass "er seit Anfang 2003 am Aufbau von BCG Athen beteiligt war". Das Delphi Economic Forum gibt außerdem an, dass sein Schwerpunkt im Großkundengeschäft liegt.
In einer BCG-Publikation aus dem Jahr 2015 vertritt der Geschäftsführer von BCG Athen, Antoniades, die Ansicht, dass die Eurozone gut für Griechenland war (und weiterhin sein wird).
Die Unkenrufe könnten sich als richtig erweisen: Dies ist sicherlich ein sehr hartes Geschäft. Seine Unpopularität hat einige Experten dazu veranlasst, weiterhin zu argumentieren, dass ein Austritt aus der Eurozone der bessere Weg sei.
Mit Ausnahme der am weitesten links und am weitesten rechts stehenden Mitglieder des griechischen politischen Systems leben nur wenige dieser Befürworter in Griechenland. Sie ignorieren die Tatsache, dass die große Mehrheit der Griechen ihre Zukunft als Teil Europas sieht. Umfragen zeigen regelmäßig, dass 65 bis 70 Prozent der Bevölkerung den Verbleib in der Eurozone befürworten. Ein "Grexit" würde die Position Griechenlands in Europa dauerhaft untergraben, seinen Einfluss in internationalen Angelegenheiten, insbesondere in seiner unmittelbaren Nachbarschaft, ernsthaft einschränken und die bedeutenden Errungenschaften, die das Land in den letzten vier Jahrzehnten im Hinblick auf den wirtschaftlichen und gesellschaftspolitischen Wandel erzielt hat, weitgehend zunichte machen, so Antoniades.
Der Beitritt Griechenlands zur Eurozone wird von BCG seit dem Jahr 2000 und auch heute noch befürwortet, obwohl Griechenland nur durch Swap-Manipulationen von Goldman Sachs in die Eurozone gekommen ist und die griechische Verschuldung im Verhältnis zum BIP mehr als dreimal so hoch ist wie die zulässige Grenze von 60 %, was bedeutet, dass das Land nie in der Eurozone hätte sein dürfen und auch nicht mehr in der Eurozone sein sollte. Wie ich bereits erwähnt habe, hat der Euro Griechenland aufgrund seiner Geldpolitik daran gehindert, sich zu stabilisieren. Sein hohes Risiko schadet der griechischen Wirtschaft auf lange Sicht immer noch, und dennoch unterstützt BCG den Euro.
BCG veröffentlichte 2018 auch ein 23-seitiges Dokument, in dem sie dazu raten, Insolvenzen in Griechenland für Unternehmen zu erleichtern.
Seite 7:
Studien zeigen, dass die Angst vor dem Scheitern die griechischen Bürger davon abhält, neue Unternehmen zu gründen. [...] Das griechische Konkursrecht macht auch die Schließung eines Unternehmens zu einem kostspieligen und zeitaufwändigen Unterfangen; in einigen Fällen ist es strafbewehrt, ohne jegliche Bestimmungen für eine zweite Chance.
Seite 13:
Die Regierung sollte ihre Konkursgesetze überarbeiten. Die Angst vor dem Scheitern hat die griechische Unternehmenslandschaft im letzten Jahrzehnt geplagt. Die negativen Folgen einer Konkursanmeldung schrecken Unternehmer oft davon ab, ein neues Unternehmen zu gründen.
Dies ist ihre Philosophie, und wir können davon ausgehen, dass ihre Berater in Griechenland darauf Einfluss genommen haben.
Einfach ausgedrückt: Ein einfacheres und milderes Konkursverfahren schreckt die Unternehmen von der Risikoaversion ab und schafft Anreize für ein "übermäßiges und risikofreudiges Verhalten", das zu Konkursen führen würde. Ein erheblicher Anstieg der Insolvenzen ist letztlich schlecht für die Wirtschaft und das BIP des Landes, also auch schlecht für Griechenland. Dies wäre nur gut für Hedgefonds, die diese Unternehmen und/oder die Wirtschaft leerverkaufen.
Was nun die Geldströme betrifft, so ist es schwieriger herauszufinden, ob zwischen BCG und Institutionen, die BCG dafür bezahlen, die Wirtschaft eines Landes anzugreifen, Geld gewaschen wurde, da BCG nicht direkt reguliert wird.
So hat das Weltwirtschaftsforum BCG zu einem Gatekeeper gemacht, was bedeutet, dass BCG sich selbst reguliert und auch die Befugnis hat, "illegale Finanzströme von anderen Institutionen zu verhindern oder zu unterbrechen".
Hier ist das WEF Unifying Framework. Es wurde von Gatekeepern (d.h. BCG und Co.) für Gatekeeper geschaffen. Auf Seite 2, Abs. 2 heißt es:
Unabhängig davon, ob diese Hilfe wissentlich oder unwissentlich geleistet wird, können diese Fachleute den Zugang zu den Finanzmärkten öffnen, komplexe Unternehmensstrukturen einrichten, Briefkastenfirmen verwalten und auf andere Weise die Art und Herkunft unrechtmäßig erzielter Gewinne verschleiern. In Anbetracht ihrer zentralen Rolle in der Weltwirtschaft ist diese beruflich vielfältige Gruppe von Dienstleistern auch in einer strategischen Position, um illegale Finanzströme zu unterbrechen oder zu verhindern, indem sie bei der Erbringung ihrer spezialisierten Dienstleistungen eine angemessene Sorgfaltspflicht walten lassen. Obwohl sie manchmal als "Ermöglicher" oder "Erleichterer" illegaler Aktivitäten dargestellt werden, ist die Realität, dass ein Großteil der so genannten Ermöglichung oder Erleichterung ungewollt ist. Außerdem trifft der Begriff "Gatekeeper" das doppelte Potenzial, illegale Transaktionen zu fördern oder zu behindern, besser.
Zu den Unternehmen, die das WEF "Unifying Framework" für Gatekeepers unterstützt haben, um sich Selbstregulierungsbefugnisse zu geben, gehören BCG, UBS, Baker McKenzie, usw.
Die multinationale Anwaltskanzlei Baker McKenzie mit Hauptsitz in Chicago (die ebenfalls durch die Pandora Papers als Vermittler einer Geldwäscheoperation entlarvt wurde) ist nicht nur mit BCG verbunden, sondern auch mit dem ehemaligen Vorsitzenden des Internationalen Währungsfonds und dem derzeitigen Chef der Europäischen Zentralbank, so dass all diese Verbindungen ziemlich surreal sind, aber ich schweife ab.
Der Punkt ist, dass, wenn ein Hedge-Fonds ein Instrument (das nicht direkt reguliert ist) nutzen wollte, um seinen Willen zur Zerstörung von Unternehmen (und zur Schädigung von Volkswirtschaften) von innen heraus durchzusetzen, die Boston Consulting Group eine gute Wahl wäre.
Ohne RC hätten wir nie etwas über BCG herausgefunden. Er hat tonnenweise über BCG getwittert; es war klar, dass er wollte, dass Apes sich in die Angelegenheiten von BCG vertiefen. Und die Tatsache, dass RC genau DIESEN Tweet vom 9. April likte, in dem es darum ging, dass BCG insgeheim zu Citadel gehört (oder zumindest von Citadel kontrolliert wird), ist aufschlussreich.
Das wirft die Frage auf: Wenn BCG Griechenland (und griechischen Unternehmen) schaden wollte, welcher Hedgefonds (zusammen mit dem Milliardär John Paulson und den anderen Hedgefonds, die die griechische Regierung offen beschuldigte, ihr Land angreifen zu wollen) profitierte dann von der griechischen Schuldenkrise?
Citadels Absicherung über Sovereign Credit Default Swap-Spreads gegen Griechenland zahlte sich aus, und in den Zeitungsartikeln wurde er als brillanter Finanzzauberer mit hochentwickeltem Intellekt dargestellt, der die Zukunft vorhersehen kann, obwohl er und seine Kumpels in Wirklichkeit nur den griechischen Markt manipuliert, die Wirtschaft geschädigt und davon profitiert haben. Dies ist vergleichbar mit seiner Arbeit beim Naked Shorten von "brick-and-mortar"-Firmen in den USA, nur auf einer Makroebene.

§3: Die Auswirkungen

Was lässt sich aus dem, was wir jetzt wissen, ableiten? Dass nicht nur Unternehmen aus Profitgründen manipuliert und geshortet wurden, sondern dass dieses Verhalten auch auf der Makroebene mit der Manipulation und dem Shorten ganzer Volkswirtschaften auf supranationaler Ebene erfasst werden kann.
Das hat man in der Vergangenheit gesehen, etwa in den frühen 90er Jahren, als Soros mit Leerverkäufen des britischen Pfunds Milliarden machte und dann seine Freunde die Reserven der Bank of England aufbrauchen ließ, um eine Währungsabwertung zu erzwingen und schließlich das Pfund abstürzen zu lassen, was der Wirtschaft schadete. Oder im März 2020, als Ackman eine Absicherung gegen den US-Markt einrichtete und dann sofort ins nationale Fernsehen ging, um die Öffentlichkeit zu erschrecken, indem er ihr sagte, ich zitiere, "die Hölle kommt" und "es kommt ein Tsunami", und sich dabei auf den Markt bezog, was zu einem 30-prozentigen Flash-Crash des S&P 500 führte, der ihm Milliarden an Gewinn einbrachte.
Dies könnte der Grund dafür sein, dass Citadel zuvor in China verboten wurde, als man dort gegen böswillige Leerverkäufe vorging. Im Gegensatz zu anderen Ländern hat China das nicht akzeptiert.
Ich habe auch von ähnlichen Geschichten (sowohl von Affen als auch aus der Presse) gehört, dass BCG sich möglicherweise auch in die Wirtschaft anderer Länder einmischt, was ich sehr interessant finde und was meine Erkenntnisse möglicherweise weiter untermauert.
Hier sind einige Beispiele:
Kommentarauszug von Ape "throwawaylurker012" in Bezug auf seinen Bericht über SHFs, die die argentinische Wirtschaft leerverkaufen ("Sovereign Debts & Ransom Notes: Pt. 2 Elliot Management and the Damocles Sword Hanging over the World" DD):
Ich habe darüber gesprochen, wie Citadel (erinnerst du dich an das ganze RC-Memme, dass er BCG gerne demaskierte, um Kenny G zu bekommen?) im Entscheidungsausschuss darüber war, WER bezahlt wird (oder was ein Kreditereignis darstellt), so dass ein Credit Default Swap ausbezahlt wird. Das Management von Elliot (das Pulte erwähnte) saß ebenfalls im Vorstand, und das, WÄHREND sie versuchten, Argentinien zum Scheitern zu zwingen und seine Schulden zu begleichen.
"Kalsitu" entdeckt die Einmischung von BCG in Spanien.
Ich habe einen Kommentar zu einem anderen Beitrag über Düngemittel abgegeben, der sich auf das Unternehmen Nutrien (den größten Kaliproduzenten der Welt) bezieht.
Weisst du, wer die Top-1-Reserve der Welt für Phosphatgestein ist? Marokko und die Sahara. Marokko verfügt über etwa 75 % der weltweiten Reserven an Phosphatgestein - ein Mineral, das in Düngemitteln verwendet wird. Ab 2020 verfügten Marokko und die Westsahara - ein umstrittenes Gebiet, das zu 80 % von Marokko verwaltet wird - über Reserven von rund 50 Milliarden Tonnen des Gesteins.
Dieses Gebiet ist seit vielen Jahren mit Spanien umstritten, das die Sahara auf magische Weise an Marokko abtrat (ein sehr wichtiger militärischer Kunde der US-Rüstungsindustrie).
Wer ist wohl die Organisation, die hinter der Beratung und Strategie in Spanien steht? Rafael Rilo (BCG Spanien und Portugal), Sergio Rodríguez (CEO Pfizer) und die SERES-Stiftung (IBEX 35), bei der BCG einer der Gründer ist, Ferrovial (aufgekauft von Portobello Capital, das mit BCG verbunden ist), ACS (Florentino Perez & J. P Morgan Arm), siehe meinen Beitrag darüber, wie sie das Geld mit Bankia gestohlen haben, Telefonica (McKinsey & BCG), Naturgy (wo BCG sehr wichtig ist), Santander (Apollo und Goldman Sachs), Sareb (Apollo&Cerberus).
Im Grunde genommen wird Spanien vollständig von diesem Kartell von Parasiten kontrolliert. Wenn du aus Spanien kommst, weißt du, wie beschissen es uns geht, wir zahlen irrsinnige Steuerbeträge und werden seit Generationen bestohlen. Bei diesem Tempo wird der nächste Krieg nach Russland und der Ukraine zwischen Marokko und Spanien stattfinden.
"kakelaTron" stellt Verbindungen zwischen den Schulden Sri Lankas und BCG her.
Ich habe in Zeitungsartikeln eine Verbindung zwischen der Verschuldung Sri Lankas und der Einberufung von BCG-Beratern gefunden. Man schaue sich nur an, wann die Nachrichten über beschissene steuerliche Veränderungen herauskamen, und schauen wer zu dieser Zeit in Beratergruppen berufen wurde. Das ist zwar nicht besonders stichhaltig, aber es ist trotzdem ziemlich verrückt, wie viele Verbindungen man herstellen kann. Es sieht so aus, als würden sie vor der endgültigen Zahlungsunfähigkeit abspringen, um nicht als \"mit an Bord\" zu gelten, wenn das Ganze zu Ende geht. Also führen sie einen Haufen Mist ein, der sich nicht so einfach beheben lässt, und gehen dann auf Tempomat.
Mir ist auch aufgefallen, dass der Name Goldman Sachs immer wieder neben BCG in den anderen "Angelegenheiten" auftaucht, was ich ebenfalls interessant finde.
Die Affen "JustBeingPunny" und "CruxHub" wurden zuvor wegen der Veröffentlichung von DD im Zusammenhang mit BCG gebannt, so dass ich nicht ganz sicher bin, was mit diesem Beitrag geschehen wird, aber ich glaube, dass wir auf jeden Fall an etwas dran sind. Andernfalls hätte es für BCG keinen Grund gegeben, Nachforschungen über ihre unauffälligen Geschäfte im In- und Ausland zu zensieren.


Eine gute Erkenntnis daraus ist jedoch, dass man nach der MOASS vielleicht nicht nur eine neue Generation von Reichtum erlangt, sondern auch einen Platz in den Geschichtsbüchern und das Wissen, dass man im Grunde ein Held für unzählige Menschen auf der ganzen Welt geworden ist, indem man sie vor Wirtschaftsschmarotzern und böswilligen Geschäftemachern geschützt hat, die versucht haben, aus der sozioökonomischen Not von Millionen von Menschen Profit zu schlagen, genau wie in Griechenland.
Ich denke, dass diese Enthüllungen ausreichen, um sie zu verbreiten. Aber es geht eher darum, das richtige Sprachrohr zu finden, um sie so zu verbreiten, dass sie als glaubwürdig wahrgenommen werden und nicht als "die neueste Verschwörung der Superstonk-Spinner".
Wir decken einen riesigen Beweis für die Verflechtung von Citadel - BCG - Großbanken auf, die von der Zerstörung von Unternehmen und Volkswirtschaften profitieren.
Das ist absolut verabscheuungswürdig, und ich denke, wenn die Massen wirklich das Ausmaß dieses sozioökonomischen Krebsgeschwürs kennen würden, vor dem die US-Aufsichtsbehörden "bereitwillig" die Augen verschließen, würde das ziemlich schnell zu einer Revolution führen...
Die einzigen Gewinner in der heutigen Welt sind Kens Freunde. Und eine Handvoll reicher Arschlöcher wird diesen Planeten nicht retten...

Die Welt ist voll von Krebs. Ich habe es satt, und wünsche mir. dass die Gesellschaft Gerechtigkeit und Fairness schätzen würde.

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