a New Digital Currency in Crypto-Verse?
A Closer Look into the 'Utility Settlement Coin'
This technology has revolutionized how digital financial transactions are conducted, and it was only a matter of time before the big boys began to adopt it.
Previously, I have written about how the Washington Post is hyping something known as 'Fedcoin', but Fedcoin does not yet exist.
However, a digital currency that uses blockchain technology that is called 'Utility Settlement Coin' is actually very real, and it is currently being jointly developed by four of the largest banking giants on the entire planet.
The following was recently reported by Wolf Richter…
I decided that I had to know more about Utility Settlement Coin, and so I decided to go to the source.
This is what the official Deutsche Bank website says about Utility Settlement Coin…
This could ultimately turn out to be a complete and total game-changer.
...are four of the biggest banks in the western world, and the fact that they are working on this project together is a sign that they are very serious about succeeding.
Will the general public still be willing to pay a huge premium for independently-controlled cryptocurrencies once the banksters start coming out with their own versions?
The cryptocurrency revolution is still in the very early stages, and nobody is exactly sure how it will end, but without a doubt the banksters will be a major player in this drama.
If you doubt this, just consider what one of the top executives at UBS is saying about Utility Settlement Coin...
Digital central bank cash?
I don't like the sound of that at all.
We definitely do not want the banksters to co-opt this movement.
Blockchain technology should be used to free humanity from debt-based central banking, but instead the exact opposite could end up happening.
If someday independently-controlled cryptocurrencies are completely banned or suffocated nearly out of existence by oppressive regulation, the way would be clear for the banksters to force everyone to use their own digital currencies.
There are many nations around the world that have already gone nearly cashless, and the potential for tyranny in a cashless system where all digital currency is controlled by the banksters would be absolutely off the charts...