Posts tagged with: RTD Live Talk

Poland has repatriated 100 tons of gold from England. National Bank of Poland Governor Adam Glapiński announced the yellow metal’s return home on Monday. “The gold symbolizes the strength of the country,” Glapiński told reporters. He noted that the country could...
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It was great having Bitcoin Ben join us on RTD Live Talk this past week. During our chat we talked about the possible implementation of mimblewimble into the Litecoin protocol. If privacy is of importance then there must be a...
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Today Alan Myers (CPA) sat down on RTD Live Talk to share his research on the core principles of money. During our chat he shared his thoughts as to why Bitcoin & the cryptocurrency sector will not reliable....
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On this episode of RTD Live Talk, retired military officer the Alaska Prepper sits down for a livestream. During this interview we talk about the multiple types of insurance you need for water, food, energy and theft protection....
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The International Monetary Fund reported Thursday global debt has reached a record $188 trillion, amounting to 230% of world output, and threatens risk to the world’s economic and financial stability....
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An 83-year-old retired engineer in Michigan underpaid his property taxes by $8.41. In response, Oakland County seized his property, auctioned it off to settle the debt, and pocketed nearly $24,500 in excess revenue from the sale. Under Michigan law, it...
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U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is open to loosening financial crisis-era regulations that have stiffened liquidity rules for big banks to relieve possible cash crunches in short-term funding markets. Mnuchin said in an interview Tuesday that he had spoken to...
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A new survey released by the Washington, D.C., nonprofit Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation reflects that, if the younger generation gets out and votes in 2020, those running for office on the far left have reason to be hopeful....
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Chilean President Sebastián Piñera has announced reforms aimed at ending days of violent protests. He vowed to increase the basic pension by 20% and proposed a law that would see the state cover the costs of expensive medical treatments. The...
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Thousands of Chileans returned to the streets of Santiago on Monday, banging pots and honking car horns to launch a second week of protests against cost-of-living pressures and income inequality. At least 11 people are dead, 200 injured and more than...
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