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Did Mail-in Ballots Secretly Contain Quantum Blockchain Watermarks?

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Voting in the 2020 U.S. Election may be over, but the misinformation keeps on ticking. Never stop fact-checking. Follow our post-election coverage here. Following U.S. President Donald Trump’s projected loss in the 2020 election, several vague claims asserting a sting operation aimed at catching Democrats in the act of voter fraud have gone viral. As we explained in an earlier, more general debunker, such claims — including this one — rely on a series of deeply flawed assumptions about the role of the federal government in ballot production and the mechanics of the American electoral process.  At issue in this […]

The Watermark – QFS Blockchain Encryption Code – In5D : In5D

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by Gregg Prescott, M.S. Founder, Webmaster, & Editor, In5D.com What if there was a sting operation in motion years ago in order to expose voter fraud and democrat corruption? What if that plan is now being exposed? Steve Pieczenik stated the following:  “There are honorable members of our intelligence, military, and civilian communities, in the government, who understood EXACTLY how corrupt Biden and the Democratic machinery is, was, and will be.  This is really a sting operation, contrary to what everybody else said. Trump knew this was happening.  Eric knew this was happening and warned the public.  I knew this […]

Dr. Steve Pieczenik: “We watermarked every ballot with a QFS blockchain encryption code”

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Here at WeLoveTrump we continue to investigate the story of watermarked ballots. Is the story true? Just a larp? Don’t know. But I’m going to continue reporting what I see and let you decide! And we can all watch and see what plays out in the days and weeks to come I guess. Here’s what’s new…. I want to investigate CISA. Have you heard a lot about CISA recently? What is it?  Is it real? Yes, it’s real. From CISA.gov: The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is the Nation’s risk advisor, working with partners to defend against today’s threats […]

AirAsia launches Thai cargo-only flights with blockchain platform | Air Cargo World

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Teleport, the logistics platform of low-cost carrier AirAsia, has added eleven weekly cargo-only flights serving regional destinations in Asia from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi (BKK) and Don Mueang (DMK) airports.   Cargo capacity for the flights, operated by AirAsia’s Thai AirAsia and Thai AirAsia X subsidiaries, is completely visible to airlines and shippers through blockchain-based platform Freightchain, a Teleport-subsidiary.  Teleport told Air Cargo World that adopting the Freightchain platform allows it to make the capacity on the flights available to other interline carriers without having to go through the traditional interlining process, which is manual and time-consuming.  “Freightchain enables buyers to programmatically search…

JP Morgan Veteran Daniel Masters Explains How Blockchain Will End Commercial Banks

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JP Morgan’s former global head of energy trading, Daniel Masters, was among the first traditional investors to get into bitcoin, helping craft the value proposition that many institutional investors now embrace. As much as bitcoiners and crypto enthusiasts try to deny it, bringing in converts from traditional finance is the best way to legitimize and publicize the industry in the eyes of many investors.  One of the earliest executives to take the leap was CoinShares executive chairman Daniel Masters. After a long and distinguished career as a commodities trader with JP Morgan and elsewhere, he serendipitously stumbled upon bitcoin after […]

The NSC Labels Blockchain a National Security Issue – CoinDesk

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On the weekly recap, NLW looks at growth in institutional investment, big interest among the G20 in CBDCs and a new National Security Council report. This content was originally published here.

24 Women in Blockchain/Crypto You Should Be Following – CoinReviews.io

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When it comes to cryptocurrency, women are a vast minority. While we are not assessing blame to anyone for this or pointing fingers at anyone, the stats do not lie. Based on the analytics from this site alone for 2017, 91.58% of visitors were male, while only 8.42% were females. Also, when looking at the speaker line up from the recent North American Bitcoin Conference, out of the 88 speakers, only three were females. That is less than 4%. Preethi is a Blockchain Engineer and alum of CoinBase, Goldman Sachs, and Andreessen Horowitz. She recently decided to break away from […]

Blockchain-based Sportsbet.io off the table in Switzerland

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Switzerland wants to go domestic with its gambling industry. It frowns upon foreign operators targeting its residents, and continues to scour the Internet for entities that might not meet its stringent guidelines. The Swiss Federal Casino Commission (ESBK) for its German acronym) has already banned a number of different domains that it found violated its policies, and added several more last week. One of the latest is Blockchain-based gaming operator Coingaming Group, which has found its Sportsbet.io platform shown the door in the country.  Switzerland doesn’t want foreign gambling brands to have a presence in the country, and the ESBK […]

Around 100 Italian Banks Are Officially on a Blockchain – CoinDesk

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After the latest addition of 42 banks, about 100 Italian banks are officially operating on the country’s banking blockchain network, Spunta, built on R3’s Corda, the Italian Banking Association (ABI) announced Tuesday.  This content was originally published here.

Exclusive: First presidential vote cast using blockchain technology

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New York Post writer Jon Levine on how a Democratic operative admitted to fraud. With the 2020 presidential election less than a few weeks away — encumbered yet again by questions and concerns surrounding ballot security and fraud — revolutionary blockchain voting technology is being piloted in small pockets of the country. And Tuesday marked the first time a vote has ever been cast for a U.S. president in the general election using such an app on a personal mobile phone, Fox News has learned exclusively.  “This is a historic day not only for ballot integrity and election systems but for liberty and the […]