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GFulcher66:  Bacdoc IMO one of the things we are possibly waiting on is the new digital banking system to be in place before the asset backed currencies like the IQD can come about. I dont think they will be mixed with fiat. Ive read articles stating that would be done/completed this October, but dont you think it will start before then, like in April?   Thanks for all you do


Ty1:  It seems to me like April 15th may be a date to watch...I have dealt with middle eastern companies and it is typical for them to pay salaries on the fortnight!  This typically means every 14 days so say the 15th and the 30th.  We have the economic forum going on today and tomorrow and then pay starting at 1000-1 at next pay period...It all seems to be lining up...Oh yeah and Mosul is 90% liberated!

Dinar Updates Monday AM Chat   4-10-17  Part 2 of 2

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Dinar Updates Monday AM Chat   4-10-17  Part 2 of 2
Loop says():[Asharq Al-Awsat] Last August, you announced a vision to combat corruption, including solutions and proposals that support the government reform project. What are the main points of this vision?
Apart from theorizing and professional work, the vision we have provided is in the fight against corruption and support the reform and the support of the oversight bodies, and the most prominent points of that vision is to establish a specialized district integrity in the provinces of all the country,
to be administratively linked only with the body while remaining independent from the technical point of view to prevent the pressures that May be exercised on some judges, and this requires legislative intervention.

Dinar Updates Monday AM Chat   4-10-17  Part 1 of 2

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Loop says():Hassan al-Yasiri for {morning}: we exceeded the red lines by resolving the files of corruption
10/4/2017 12:00 am Baghdad / Ahmed Abed Rabbo
According to its president, Dr. Hassan al-Yasiri, the Commission has completed "great progress" in completing investigations into suspicions of corruption and prosecuting those involved in it, bypassing all the red lines that stand in the way of pursuing the corrupt and revealing the truth despite the challenges and obstacles. Large.
In an interview with Al-Sabah, Al-Yasiri said that "the proportion of the disclosure of the receivables in the presidency and the Council of Ministers reached 100 percent, but in the House of Representatives amounted to a significant improvement of only 49 percent.

The Simplest Blockchain Is A Mere 200 Lines Of Code

Notes From the Field  By Simon Black

April 10, 2017   Cozumel, Mexico

​200 Lines Of Code Will Disrupt This Multi-Trillion Dollar Industry

To paraphrase that great scene from Airplane, it looks like I picked the wrong week to unplug from the Internet.
Aside from a few hours when we docked in Honduras last week, I was on a self-imposed Internet exile and went several days devoid of any communication with the outside world.
I missed a major scandal at the Fed, another terror attack in Europe, the start of a US military campaign in Syria, political chaos in South Africa, and more.