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Cryptocurrency Slays the Central Banks!
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Critical Critic
Published 9 months ago |

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• Foundation Principles for Benchmark Coin:

• Hacker Links:

- The Cypher Punk Manifesto:
- Excellent anonymous, programmable, meta-search engine
- Private Browser (with Tor Support)
- Free VPN
- Free Coding School:
- List of books to for developers:
- Good article on the basics of Cryptography
- Free electronics courses:
- Game to test your hacking skills, with free tutorials:
- Write a custom Ethereum Token:

• Ideas on a micro network:

• Get started in crypto:

- Easiest place for a newb to start in crypto:

• A General History of the Central Bank Cartel:

- 1933 Congressman Mcfadden describes in detail the corrupt mechanism of the Central Bank:

- 1966 Historian Carrol Quigley writes the massive Tome "Tragedy and Hope" which gives a detailed history on the central banking cartel far into the past.

- 1974 Anthony Sutton details the corruption of the Cartel, most importantly how they facilitated funding of Hitler and Trotsky through colluding corporate funding.

- Edward Griffin's Summary of the Fed Cartel:

- Detailed Animation of The FED's Theft Machine:

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