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Funding IB Pro account

I have been depositing USD into my IB Pro account using ANZ.
But they also have an option to deposit NZD and IB will charge a 1% fee (I'm guessing it's the fx conversion fee).But the details are confusing as they provided swift/bic number which is used for International wire transfers.
They route the funds through Citibank.Does this mean we can just use bank transfer instead of international wire transfer which costs $9 and less than ideal forex rates.
Can anyone make sense of these instructions for NZ bank to bank transfer?
Deposit Instructions
Anyone here used xe or similar service to fund their IB account?
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Just 2 more Conspiracy Theories that turned out to be True

(i couldn't post in the previous one , word limit )

1.Big Brother or the Shadow Government

It is also called the “Deep State” by Peter Dale Scott, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley.
A shadow government is a "government-in-waiting" that remains in waiting with the intention of taking control of a government in response to some event. It turned out this was true on 9/11, when it was told to us by our mainstream media. For years, this was ridiculed as a silly, crazy conspiracy theory and, like the others listed here, turned out to be 100% true. It is also called the Continuity of Government.
The Continuity of Government (COG) is the principle of establishing defined procedures that allow a government to continue its essential operations in case of nuclear war or other catastrophic event. Since the end of the cold war, the policies and procedures for the COG have been altered according to realistic threats of that time.
These include but are not limited to a possible coup or overthrow by right wing terrorist groups, a terrorist attack in general, an assassination, and so on. Believe it or not the COG has been in effect since 2001.After 9/11, it went into action.
Now here is the kicker, many of the figures in Iran Contra, the Watergate Scandal, the alleged conspiracy to assassinate Kennedy, and many others listed here are indeed members of the COG. This is its own conspiracy as well.
The Secret Team:
The CIA and Its Allies in Control of the United States and the World is a book written by Air Force Col. L Fletcher Prouty, published in 1973.
From 1955 to 1963 Prouty was the "Focal Point Officer" for contacts between the CIA and the Pentagon on matters relating to military support for "black operations" but he was not assigned to the CIA and was not bound by any oath of secrecy. (From the first page of the 1974 Printing)
It was one of the first tell-all books about the inner workings of the CIA and was an important influence on the Oliver Stone movie JFK. But the main thrust of the book is how the CIA started as a think tank to analyze intelligence gathered from military sources but has grown to the monster it has become. The CIA had no authority to run their own agents or to carry out covert operations but they quickly did both and much more. This book tells about things they actually did and a lot about how the operate. In Prouty's own words, from the 1997 edition of The Secret Team: This is the fundamental game of the Secret Team. They have this power because they control secrecy and secret intelligence and because they have the ability to take advantage of the most modern communications system in the world, of global transportation systems, of quantities of weapons of all kinds, and when needed, the full support of a world-wide U.S. military supporting base structure.
They can use the finest intelligence system in the world, and most importantly, they have been able to operate under the canopy of an assumed, ever-present enemy called "Communism." It will be interesting to see what "enemy" develops in the years ahead. It appears that "UFO's and Aliens" are being primed to fulfill that role for the future.
To top all of this, there is the fact that the CIA, itself, has assumed the right to generate and direct secret operations. "He is not the first to allege that UFOs and Aliens are going to be used as a threat against the world to globalize the planet under One government."
The Report from Iron Mountain
The Report from Iron Mountain is a book, published in 1967 (during the Johnson Administration) by Dial Press, that states that it is the report of a government panel.
According to the report, a 15-member panel, called the Special Study Group, was set up in 1963 to examine what problems would occur if the U.S. entered a state of lasting peace.
They met at an underground nuclear bunker called Iron Mountain (as well as other, worldwide locations) and worked over the next two years. Iron Mountain is where the government has stored the flight 93 evidence from 9/11.A member of the panel, one "John Doe", a professor at a college in the Midwest, decided to release the report to the public. The heavily footnoted report concluded that peace was not in the interest of a stable society, that even if lasting peace, "could be achieved, it would almost certainly not be in the best interests of society to achieve it." War was a part of the economy.
Therefore, it was necessary to conceive a state of war for a stable economy. The government, the group theorized, would not exist without war, and nation states existed in order to wage war. War also served a vital function of diverting collective aggression. They recommended that bodies be created to emulate the economic functions of war.
They also recommended "blood games" and that the government create alternative foes that would scare the people with reports of alien life-forms and out of control pollution.
Another proposal was the reinstitution of slavery.
U.S. News and World Report claimed in its November 20, 1967 issue to have confirmation of the reality of the report from an unnamed government official, who added that when President Johnson read the report, he 'hit the roof' and ordered it to be suppressed for all time.
Additionally, sources were said to have revealed that orders were sent to U.S. embassies, instructing them to emphasize that the book had no relation to U.S. Government policy.
Project Blue Beam is also a common conspiracy theory that alleges that a faked alien landing would be used as a means of scaring the public into whatever global system is suggested. Some researchers suggest the Report from Iron Mountain might be fabricated, others swear it is real.
Bill Moyers, the American journalist and public commentator, has served as White House Press Secretary in the United States President Lyndon B. Johnson Administration from 1965 to 1967. He worked as a news commentator on television for ten years. Moyers has had an extensive involvement with public television, producing documentaries and news journal programs.
He has won numerous awards and honorary degrees. He has become well known as a trenchant critic of the U.S. media. Since 1990, Moyers has been President of the Schumann Center for Media and Democracy. He is considered by many to be a very credible outlet for the truth. He released a documentary titled, The Secret Government, which exposed the inner workings of a secret government much more vast that most people would ever imagine.
Though originally broadcast in 1987, it is even more relevant today. Interviews with respected top military, intelligence, and government insiders reveal both the history and secret objectives of powerful groups in the hidden shadows of our government.
Here is that documentary:
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For another powerful, highly revealing documentary on the manipulations of the secret government produced by BBC, click here.
The intrepid BBC team clearly shows how the War on Terror is largely a fabrication.
For those interested in very detailed information on the composition of the shadow or secret government from a less well-known source, take a look at the summary available here.

2. The Federal Reserve Bank

The fundamental promise of a central bank like the Federal Reserve is economic stability.
The theory is that manipulating the value of the currency allows financial booms to go higher, and crashes to be more mild. If growth becomes speculative and unsustainable, the central bank can make the price of money go up and force some deleveraging of risky investments - again, promising to make the crashes more mild.
The period leading up to the American revolution was characterized by increasingly authoritarian legislation from England. Acts passed in 1764 had a particularly harsh effect on the previously robust colonial economy.
The Sugar Act was in effect a tax cut on easily smuggled molasses, and a new tax on commodities that England more directly controlled trade over. The navy would be used in increased capacity to enforce trade laws and collect duties.
Perhaps even more significant than the militarization and expansion of taxes was the Currency Act passed later in the year 1764.
"The colonies suffered a constant shortage of currency with which to conduct trade. There were no gold or silver mines and currency could only be obtained through trade as regulated by Great Britain. Many of the colonies felt no alternative to printing their own paper money in the form of Bills of Credit."
The result was a true free market of currency - each bank competed, exchange rates fluctuated wildly, and merchants were hesitant to accept these notes as payment.
Of course, they didn't have 24-hour digital Forex markets, but I'll hold off opinions on the viability of unregulated currency for another time.
England's response was to seize control of the colonial money supply - forbidding banks, cities, and colony governments from printing their own. This law, passed so soon after the Sugar Act, started to really bring revolutionary tension inside the colonies to a higher level.
American bankers had learned early on that debasing a currency through inflation is a helpful way to pay off perpetual trade deficits - but Britain proved that the buyer of the currency would only take the deal for so long...
Following the (first) American Revolution, the "First Bank of the United States" was chartered to pay off collective war debts, and effectively distribute the cost of the revolution proportionately throughout all of the states. Although the bank had vocal and harsh skeptics, it only controlled about 20% of the nation's money supply.
Compared to today's central bank, it was nothing.
Thomas Jefferson argued vocally against the institution of the bank, mostly citing constitutional concerns and the limitations of government found in the 10th amendment.
There was one additional quote that hints at the deeper structural flaw of a central bank in a supposedly free capitalist economy.
"The existing banks will, without a doubt, enter into arrangements for lending their agency, and the more favorable, as there will be a competition among them for it; whereas the bill delivers us up bound to the national bank, who are free to refuse all arrangement, but on their own terms, and the public not free, on such refusal, to employ any other bank" –Thomas Jefferson.Basically, the existing banks will fight over gaining favor with the central bank - rather than improving their performance relative to a free market.
The profit margins associated with collusion would obviously outweigh the potential profits gained from legitimate business.
The Second Bank of the United States was passed five years after the first bank's charter expired. An early enemy of central banking, President James Madison, was looking for a way to stabilize the currency in 1816. This bank was also quite temporary - it would only stay in operation until 1833 when President Andrew Jackson would end federal deposits at the institution.
The charter expired in 1836 and the private corporation was bankrupt and liquidated by 1841.While the South had been the major opponent of central banking systems, the end of the Civil War allowed for (and also made necessary) the system of national banks that would dominate the next fifty years.
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) says that this post-war period of a unified national currency and system of national banks "worked well." [3] Taxes on state banks were imposed to encourage people to use the national banks - but liquidity problems persisted as the money supply did not match the economic cycles.
Overall, the American economy continued to grow faster than Europe, but the period did not bring economic stability by any stretch of the imagination. Several panics and runs on the bank - and it became a fact of life under this system of competing nationalized banks. In 1873, 1893, 1901, and 1907 significant panics caused a series of bank failures.
The new system wasn't stable at all, in fact, many suspected it was wrought with fraud and manipulation.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis is not shy about attributing the causes of the Panic of 1907 to financial manipulation from the existing banking establishment.
"If Knickerbocker Trust would falter, then Congress and the public would lose faith in all trust companies and banks would stand to gain, the bankers reasoned."
In timing with natural economic cycles, major banks including J.P. Morgan and Chase launched an all-out assault on Heinze's Knickerbocker Trust.
Financial institutions on the inside started silently selling off assets in the competitor, and headlines about a few bad loans started making top spots in the newspapers.
The run on Knickerbocker turned into a general panic - and the Federal Government would come to the rescue of its privately owned "National Banks.
"During the Panic of 1907, "Depositors 'run' on the Knickerbocker Bank. J.P. Morgan and James Stillman of First National City Bank (Citibank) act as a "central bank," providing liquidity ... [to stop the bank run] President Theodore Roosevelt provides Morgan with $25 million in government funds ... to control the panic. Morgan, acting as a one-man central bank, decides which firms will fail and which firms will survive."
How did JP Morgan get so powerful that the government would provide them with funding to increase their power? They had key influence with positions inside the Administrations.
They had senators, congressmen, lobbyists, media moguls all working for them.
In 1886, a group of millionaires purchased Jekyll Island and converted it into a winter retreat and hunting ground, the USA's most exclusive club. By 1900, the club's roster represented 1/6th of the world's wealth. Names like Astor, Vanderbilt, Morgan, Pulitzer and Gould filled the club's register. Non- members, regardless of stature, were not allowed. Dignitaries like Winston Churchill and President McKinley were refused admission.
In 1908, the year after a national money panic purportedly created by J. P. Morgan, Congress established, in 1908, a National Monetary Authority. In 1910 another, more secretive, group was formed consisting of the chiefs of major corporations and banks in this country. The group left secretly by rail from Hoboken, New Jersey, and traveled anonymously to the hunting lodge on Jekyll Island.
In fact, the Clubhouse/hotel on the island has two conference rooms named for the "Federal Reserve." The meeting was so secret that none referred to the other by his last name. Why the need for secrecy?
Frank Vanderlip wrote later in the Saturday Evening Post,
"...it would have been fatal to Senator Aldrich's plan to have it known that he was calling on anybody from Wall Street to help him in preparing his bill...I do not feel it is any exaggeration to speak of our secret expedition to Jekyll Island as the occasion of the actual conception of what eventually became the Federal Reserve System."
At Jekyll Island, the true draftsman for the Federal Reserve was Paul Warburg. The plan was simple.
The new central bank could not be called a central bank because America did not want one, so it had to be given a deceptive name. Ostensibly, the bank was to be controlled by Congress, but a majority of its members were to be selected by the private banks that would own its stock.
To keep the public from thinking that the Federal Reserve would be controlled from New York, a system of twelve regional banks was designed. Given the concentration of money and credit in New York, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York controlled the system, making the regional concept initially nothing but a ruse.
The board and chairman were to be selected by the President, but in the words of Colonel Edward House, the board would serve such a term as to "put them out of the power of the President."
The power over the creation of money was to be taken from the people and placed in the hands of private bankers who could expand or contract credit as they felt best suited their needs. Why the opposition to a central bank? Americans at the time knew of the destruction to the economy the European central banks had caused to their respective countries and to countries who became their debtors.
They saw the large- scale government deficit spending and debt creation that occurred in Europe. But European financial moguls didn't rest until the New World was within their orbit. In 1902, Paul Warburg, a friend and associate of the Rothschilds and an expert on European central banking, came to this country as a partner in Kuhn, Loeb and Company.
He married the daughter of Solomon Loeb, one of the founders of the firm. The head of Kuhn, Loeb was Jacob Schiff, whose gift of $20 million in gold to the struggling Russian communists in 1917 no doubt saved their revolution. The Fed controls the banking system in the USA, not the Congress nor the people indirectly (as the Constitution dictates). The U.S. central bank strategy is a product of European banking interests.
Government interventionists got their wish in 1913 with the Federal Reserve (and income tax amendment). Just in time, too, because the nation needed a new source of unlimited cash to finance both sides of WW1 and eventually our own entry to the war.
After the war, with both sides owing us debt through the federal reserve backed banks, the center of finance moved from London to New York. But did the Federal Reserve reign in the money trusts and interlocking directorates? Not by a long shot. If anything, the Federal Reserve granted new powers to the National Banks by permitting overseas branches and new types of banking services.
The greatest gift to the bankers, was a virtually unlimited supply of loans when they experience liquidity problems.
From the early 1920s to 1929, the monetary supply expanded at a rapid pace and the nation experienced wild economic growth. Curiously, however, the number of banks started to decline for the first time in American history. Toward the end of the period, speculation and loose money had propelled asset and equity prices to unreal levels.
The stock market crashed, and as the banks struggled with liquidity problems, the Federal Reserve actually cut the money supply. Without a doubt, this is the greatest financial panic and economic collapse in American history - and it never could have happened on this scale without the Fed's intervention.
The number of banks crashed and a few of the old robber barons' banks managed to swoop in and grab up thousands of competitors for pennies on the dollar.
See:
America - From Freedom to Fascism The Money Masters Monopoly Men (below video):
VID
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Citibank credit card hidden charges

How common is it to have 'hidden' transaction fees and charges when buying online with credit cards?
I recently got a Citibank Visa Signature card and was reviewing the first statement that came through.
I then noticed a line with 'International Transaction Fee', with a charge of $10 from a $280 purchase.
I called up Citibank and they said that the vendor's (TM Lewin) bank account was based in London, so Citibank was charging me for managing that transaction.
I've purchased with TM Lewin before, both with debit cards and other credit cards, and never encountered this fee.
While this time around the fee was reversed, the Citibank rep said that this was a normal fee, and that it wouldn't be reversed next time. She said that if I wanted to avoid the fee, I had to find out where the vendor's bank was based (ie overseas or in Australia). I said that this simply isn't feasible (how am I supposed to ask every vendor which bank they're with), and they're now looking into it as a complaint.
However, I do want to ask Reddit, are international fees like this normal? What other similar hidden charges should I be looking out for?
For further context:
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Kishore M

Kishore M ( BCOM, MBA, CEP (IIT), ADSM) worked in Silicon Valley, he is an Ex-Hedge Fund Manager, Founder of www.future1exchange.com a Crypto Exchange, Founder of www.future1coin.com a Crowdfunding Catalyst Company, Founder of www.worldblockchainevents.com a Blockchain Events & Training Company, Founder of www.championtradersacademy.com a FX & Crypto Academy, Founder of www.crowdfundjunction.com a Blockchain Advisory Company

He has over a decade of experience in the Stock, CFD, Forex, ADR’s, Commodities, Index, Futures, Options & Cryptocurrency. He received his Master in Business Administration from Institute for Technology and Management in association/collaboration with Southern New Hampshire University Manchester, USA earlier known as New Hampshire College, Mastering Alternative Investments Certificate from INSEAD Campus in Singapore, his certificate in Computer Network & Internet Applications Course(CEP) from IIT Kharagpur and his Advance Diploma in Computer Systems Management from NIIT.

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Kishore Mansinghani is a certified Investment Representative, ETS Derivatives Qualified Trader. He is trained by Chicago Board of Exchange and Pacific Stock Exchange Members in Derivatives Instruments on Options & Futures Trading and educated in Derivatives instruments from the University of California Berkeley (Ext), USA.


Kishore M started his career with a Securities Broking Firm on the OTCEI Exchange and subsequently worked in USA (Silicon Valley) with Asia-Tech a B2B Marketplace and then started his own hedge fund in Singapore. He has conducted Stock & Derivatives seminars for International Brokers such as REFCO based in Singapore and Regional brokers such as CIMB based in Malaysia.

He has been featured in Singapore Stock Exchange Magazine, Indonesia (JawaPos) & Middle East Newspaper (Khaleej Times) and has also been featured in Bloomberg TV, BBC, Malaysia Business TV Channel & Singapore Channel NewsAsia, News Radio 93.8 FM, Asian Banker Journal, and on Global Hedge Fund websites such as Hedge fund Center, HedgeWeek, HedgeFund Research and Hedge Funds World.

His Entrepreneurial skills had won him the TII status(Technopreneur Investment Incentive Status) from the EDB Singapore Government. He is a member of TiE Silicon Valley world’s leading tech entrepreneurs network and one of the most sought-after speakers for entrepreneurship, capital markets, derivatives, cryptocurrency, and Alternative Investment.

He is a Strategy advisor to companies planning their token offering and offers tokenomics & blockchain development consultancy. He also provides Forex, Derivatives & Cryptocurrency workshop to senior corporate management teams, Broking Houses and Derivative Exchanges Members and conducts Financial Markets & Digital Currency Seminars to public audiences across Asia & Middle East. He has trained over 50,000 participants in 10 countries (Hongkong, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Middle East, Philippines, London etc) in the area of alternative investments, some of his participants include professionals from ABN AMRO Bank, RHB Securities, AMEX, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Citibank, Doha Bank, CIMB Securities, Manfinancial, REFCO, DBSVICKERS, CSFB, UOB Bank. Under his proprietary trading company Future Capital Holdings, he has a performance track record of 99.05% return (2003-2004) and 233.13% return (2003-2005) attested & certified by Auditors.
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Kishore M

Kishore M ( BCOM, MBA, CEP (IIT), ADSM) worked in Silicon Valley, he is an Ex-Hedge Fund Manager, Founder of www.future1exchange.com a Crypto Exchange, Founder of www.future1coin.com a Crowdfunding Catalyst Company, Founder of www.worldblockchainevents.com a Blockchain Events & Training Company, Founder of www.championtradersacademy.com a FX & Crypto Academy, Founder of www.crowdfundjunction.com a Blockchain Advisory Company

He has over a decade of experience in the Stock, CFD, Forex, ADR’s, Commodities, Index, Futures, Options & Cryptocurrency. He received his Master in Business Administration from Institute for Technology and Management in association/collaboration with Southern New Hampshire University Manchester, USA earlier known as New Hampshire College, Mastering Alternative Investments Certificate from INSEAD Campus in Singapore, his certificate in Computer Network & Internet Applications Course(CEP) from IIT Kharagpur and his Advance Diploma in Computer Systems Management from NIIT.

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Kishore Mansinghani is a certified Investment Representative, ETS Derivatives Qualified Trader. He is trained by Chicago Board of Exchange and Pacific Stock Exchange Members in Derivatives Instruments on Options & Futures Trading and educated in Derivatives instruments from the University of California Berkeley (Ext), USA.


Kishore M started his career with a Securities Broking Firm on the OTCEI Exchange and subsequently worked in USA (Silicon Valley) with Asia-Tech a B2B Marketplace and then started his own hedge fund in Singapore. He has conducted Stock & Derivatives seminars for International Brokers such as REFCO based in Singapore and Regional brokers such as CIMB based in Malaysia.

He has been featured in Singapore Stock Exchange Magazine, Indonesia (JawaPos) & Middle East Newspaper (Khaleej Times) and has also been featured in Bloomberg TV, BBC, Malaysia Business TV Channel & Singapore Channel NewsAsia, News Radio 93.8 FM, Asian Banker Journal, and on Global Hedge Fund websites such as Hedge fund Center, HedgeWeek, HedgeFund Research and Hedge Funds World.

His Entrepreneurial skills had won him the TII status(Technopreneur Investment Incentive Status) from the EDB Singapore Government. He is a member of TiE Silicon Valley world’s leading tech entrepreneurs network and one of the most sought-after speakers for entrepreneurship, capital markets, derivatives, cryptocurrency, and Alternative Investment.

He is a Strategy advisor to companies planning their token offering and offers tokenomics & blockchain development consultancy. He also provides Forex, Derivatives & Cryptocurrency workshop to senior corporate management teams, Broking Houses and Derivative Exchanges Members and conducts Financial Markets & Digital Currency Seminars to public audiences across Asia & Middle East. He has trained over 50,000 participants in 10 countries (Hongkong, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Middle East, Philippines, London etc) in the area of alternative investments, some of his participants include professionals from ABN AMRO Bank, RHB Securities, AMEX, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Citibank, Doha Bank, CIMB Securities, Manfinancial, REFCO, DBSVICKERS, CSFB, UOB Bank. Under his proprietary trading company Future Capital Holdings, he has a performance track record of 99.05% return (2003-2004) and 233.13% return (2003-2005) attested & certified by Auditors.
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Kishore M

Kishore M ( BCOM, MBA, CEP (IIT), ADSM) worked in Silicon Valley, he is an Ex-Hedge Fund Manager, Founder of www.future1exchange.com a Crypto Exchange, Founder of www.future1coin.com a Crowdfunding Catalyst Company, Founder of www.worldblockchainevents.com a Blockchain Events & Training Company, Founder of www.championtradersacademy.com a FX & Crypto Academy, Founder of www.crowdfundjunction.com a Blockchain Advisory Company

He has over a decade of experience in the Stock, CFD, Forex, ADR’s, Commodities, Index, Futures, Options & Cryptocurrency. He received his Master in Business Administration from Institute for Technology and Management in association/collaboration with Southern New Hampshire University Manchester, USA earlier known as New Hampshire College, Mastering Alternative Investments Certificate from INSEAD Campus in Singapore, his certificate in Computer Network & Internet Applications Course(CEP) from IIT Kharagpur and his Advance Diploma in Computer Systems Management from NIIT.

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Kishore Mansinghani is a certified Investment Representative, ETS Derivatives Qualified Trader. He is trained by Chicago Board of Exchange and Pacific Stock Exchange Members in Derivatives Instruments on Options & Futures Trading and educated in Derivatives instruments from the University of California Berkeley (Ext), USA.


Kishore M started his career with a Securities Broking Firm on the OTCEI Exchange and subsequently worked in USA (Silicon Valley) with Asia-Tech a B2B Marketplace and then started his own hedge fund in Singapore. He has conducted Stock & Derivatives seminars for International Brokers such as REFCO based in Singapore and Regional brokers such as CIMB based in Malaysia.

He has been featured in Singapore Stock Exchange Magazine, Indonesia (JawaPos) & Middle East Newspaper (Khaleej Times) and has also been featured in Bloomberg TV, BBC, Malaysia Business TV Channel & Singapore Channel NewsAsia, News Radio 93.8 FM, Asian Banker Journal, and on Global Hedge Fund websites such as Hedge fund Center, HedgeWeek, HedgeFund Research and Hedge Funds World.

His Entrepreneurial skills had won him the TII status(Technopreneur Investment Incentive Status) from the EDB Singapore Government. He is a member of TiE Silicon Valley world’s leading tech entrepreneurs network and one of the most sought-after speakers for entrepreneurship, capital markets, derivatives, cryptocurrency, and Alternative Investment.

He is a Strategy advisor to companies planning their token offering and offers tokenomics & blockchain development consultancy. He also provides Forex, Derivatives & Cryptocurrency workshop to senior corporate management teams, Broking Houses and Derivative Exchanges Members and conducts Financial Markets & Digital Currency Seminars to public audiences across Asia & Middle East. He has trained over 50,000 participants in 10 countries (Hongkong, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Middle East, Philippines, London etc) in the area of alternative investments, some of his participants include professionals from ABN AMRO Bank, RHB Securities, AMEX, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Citibank, Doha Bank, CIMB Securities, Manfinancial, REFCO, DBSVICKERS, CSFB, UOB Bank. Under his proprietary trading company Future Capital Holdings, he has a performance track record of 99.05% return (2003-2004) and 233.13% return (2003-2005) attested & certified by Auditors.
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Kishore M

Kishore M ( BCOM, MBA, CEP (IIT), ADSM) worked in Silicon Valley, he is an Ex-Hedge Fund Manager, Founder of www.future1exchange.com a Crypto Exchange, Founder of www.future1coin.com a Crowdfunding Catalyst Company, Founder of www.worldblockchainevents.com a Blockchain Events & Training Company, Founder of www.championtradersacademy.com a FX & Crypto Academy, Founder of www.crowdfundjunction.com a Blockchain Advisory Company

He has over a decade of experience in the Stock, CFD, Forex, ADR’s, Commodities, Index, Futures, Options & Cryptocurrency. He received his Master in Business Administration from Institute for Technology and Management in association/collaboration with Southern New Hampshire University Manchester, USA earlier known as New Hampshire College, Mastering Alternative Investments Certificate from INSEAD Campus in Singapore, his certificate in Computer Network & Internet Applications Course(CEP) from IIT Kharagpur and his Advance Diploma in Computer Systems Management from NIIT.

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Kishore Mansinghani is a certified Investment Representative, ETS Derivatives Qualified Trader. He is trained by Chicago Board of Exchange and Pacific Stock Exchange Members in Derivatives Instruments on Options & Futures Trading and educated in Derivatives instruments from the University of California Berkeley (Ext), USA.


Kishore M started his career with a Securities Broking Firm on the OTCEI Exchange and subsequently worked in USA (Silicon Valley) with Asia-Tech a B2B Marketplace and then started his own hedge fund in Singapore. He has conducted Stock & Derivatives seminars for International Brokers such as REFCO based in Singapore and Regional brokers such as CIMB based in Malaysia.

He has been featured in Singapore Stock Exchange Magazine, Indonesia (JawaPos) & Middle East Newspaper (Khaleej Times) and has also been featured in Bloomberg TV, BBC, Malaysia Business TV Channel & Singapore Channel NewsAsia, News Radio 93.8 FM, Asian Banker Journal, and on Global Hedge Fund websites such as Hedge fund Center, HedgeWeek, HedgeFund Research and Hedge Funds World.

His Entrepreneurial skills had won him the TII status(Technopreneur Investment Incentive Status) from the EDB Singapore Government. He is a member of TiE Silicon Valley world’s leading tech entrepreneurs network and one of the most sought-after speakers for entrepreneurship, capital markets, derivatives, cryptocurrency, and Alternative Investment.

He is a Strategy advisor to companies planning their token offering and offers tokenomics & blockchain development consultancy. He also provides Forex, Derivatives & Cryptocurrency workshop to senior corporate management teams, Broking Houses and Derivative Exchanges Members and conducts Financial Markets & Digital Currency Seminars to public audiences across Asia & Middle East. He has trained over 50,000 participants in 10 countries (Hongkong, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Middle East, Philippines, London etc) in the area of alternative investments, some of his participants include professionals from ABN AMRO Bank, RHB Securities, AMEX, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Citibank, Doha Bank, CIMB Securities, Manfinancial, REFCO, DBSVICKERS, CSFB, UOB Bank. Under his proprietary trading company Future Capital Holdings, he has a performance track record of 99.05% return (2003-2004) and 233.13% return (2003-2005) attested & certified by Auditors.
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Kishore M Scam real or fake?

Kishore M ( B.COM , MBA, CEP (IIT), ADSM) worked in Silicon Valley, he is an Ex-Hedge Fund Manager, Ex-Director of Global Blockchain foundation Global Blockchain Foundation, Founder of Future1coin a Crowdfunding Catalyst Company, Founder of WEBT a Blockchain Events & Training Company, Founder of Champion Traders Academy a FX & Crypto Academy, Founder of Future1Exchange a P2P Crypto Exchange. He has over a decade of experience in the Stock, CFD, Forex, ADR’s, Commodities, Index, Futures, Options & Cryptocurrency. He received his Master in Business Administration from Institute for Technology and Management in association/collaboration with Southern New Hampshire University Manchester, USA earlier known as New Hampshire College, Mastering Alternative Investments Certificate from INSEAD Campus in Singapore, his certificate in Computer Network & Internet Applications Course(CEP) from IIT Kharagpur and his Advance Diploma in Computer Systems Management from NIIT.
Kishore Mansinghani is a certified Investment Representative, ETS Derivatives Qualified Trader. He is trained by Chicago Board of Exchange and Pacific Stock Exchange Members in Derivatives Instruments on Options & Futures Trading and educated in Derivatives instruments from the University of California Berkeley (Ext), USA.
Kishore M started his career with a Securities Broking Firm on the OTCEI Exchange and subsequently worked in USA (Silicon Valley) with Asia-Tech a B2B Marketplace and then started his own hedge fund in Singapore. He has conducted Stock & Derivatives seminars for International Brokers such as REFCO based in Singapore and Regional brokers such as CIMB based in Malaysia.
He has been featured in Singapore Stock Exchange Magazine, Indonesia (JawaPos) & Middle East Newspaper (Khaleej Times) and has also been featured in Bloomberg TV, BBC, Malaysia Business TV Channel & Singapore Channel NewsAsia, News Radio 93.8 FM, Asian Banker Journal, and on Global Hedge Fund websites such as Hedge fund Center, HedgeWeek, HedgeFund Research and Hedge Funds World.
His Entrepreneurial skills had won him the TII status(Technopreneur Investment Incentive Status) from the EDB Singapore Government. He is a member of TiE Silicon Valley world’s leading tech entrepreneurs network and one of the most sought-after speakers for entrepreneurship, capital markets, derivatives, cryptocurrency, and Alternative Investment.
He is a Strategy advisor to companies planning their token offering and offers tokenomics & blockchain development consultancy. He also provides Forex, Derivatives & Cryptocurrency workshop to senior corporate management teams, Broking Houses and Derivative Exchanges Members and conducts Financial Markets & Digital Currency Seminars to public audiences across Asia & Middle East. He has trained over 50,000 participants in 10 countries (Hongkong, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Middle East, Philippines, London etc) in the area of alternative investments, some of his participants include professionals from ABN AMRO Bank, RHB Securities, AMEX, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Citibank, Doha Bank, CIMB Securities, Manfinancial, REFCO, DBSVICKERS, CSFB, UOB Bank. Under his proprietary trading company Future Capital Holdings, he has a performance track record of 99.05% return (2003-2004) and 233.13% return (2003-2005) attested & certified by Auditors.
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Kishore M Future1Coin

Kishore M ( B.COM , MBA, CEP (IIT), ADSM) worked in Silicon Valley, he is an Ex-Hedge Fund Manager, Ex-Director of Global Blockchain foundation Global Blockchain Foundation, Founder of Future1coin a Crowdfunding Catalyst Company, Founder of WEBT a Blockchain Events & Training Company, Founder of Champion Traders Academy a FX & Crypto Academy, Founder of Future1Exchange a P2P Crypto Exchange. He has over a decade of experience in the Stock, CFD, Forex, ADR’s, Commodities, Index, Futures, Options & Cryptocurrency. He received his Master in Business Administration from Institute for Technology and Management in association/collaboration with Southern New Hampshire University Manchester, USA earlier known as New Hampshire College, Mastering Alternative Investments Certificate from INSEAD Campus in Singapore, his certificate in Computer Network & Internet Applications Course(CEP) from IIT Kharagpur and his Advance Diploma in Computer Systems Management from NIIT.
Kishore Mansinghani is a certified Investment Representative, ETS Derivatives Qualified Trader. He is trained by Chicago Board of Exchange and Pacific Stock Exchange Members in Derivatives Instruments on Options & Futures Trading and educated in Derivatives instruments from the University of California Berkeley (Ext), USA.
Kishore M started his career with a Securities Broking Firm on the OTCEI Exchange and subsequently worked in USA (Silicon Valley) with Asia-Tech a B2B Marketplace and then started his own hedge fund in Singapore. He has conducted Stock & Derivatives seminars for International Brokers such as REFCO based in Singapore and Regional brokers such as CIMB based in Malaysia.
He has been featured in Singapore Stock Exchange Magazine, Indonesia (JawaPos) & Middle East Newspaper (Khaleej Times) and has also been featured in Bloomberg TV, BBC, Malaysia Business TV Channel & Singapore Channel NewsAsia, News Radio 93.8 FM, Asian Banker Journal, and on Global Hedge Fund websites such as Hedge fund Center, HedgeWeek, HedgeFund Research and Hedge Funds World.
His Entrepreneurial skills had won him the TII status(Technopreneur Investment Incentive Status) from the EDB Singapore Government. He is a member of TiE Silicon Valley world’s leading tech entrepreneurs network and one of the most sought-after speakers for entrepreneurship, capital markets, derivatives, cryptocurrency, and Alternative Investment.
He is a Strategy advisor to companies planning their token offering and offers tokenomics & blockchain development consultancy. He also provides Forex, Derivatives & Cryptocurrency workshop to senior corporate management teams, Broking Houses and Derivative Exchanges Members and conducts Financial Markets & Digital Currency Seminars to public audiences across Asia & Middle East. He has trained over 50,000 participants in 10 countries (Hongkong, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Middle East, Philippines, London etc) in the area of alternative investments, some of his participants include professionals from ABN AMRO Bank, RHB Securities, AMEX, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Citibank, Doha Bank, CIMB Securities, Manfinancial, REFCO, DBSVICKERS, CSFB, UOB Bank. Under his proprietary trading company Future Capital Holdings, he has a performance track record of 99.05% return (2003-2004) and 233.13% return (2003-2005) attested & certified by Auditors.
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Kishore M Future1Exchange

Kishore M ( B.COM , MBA, CEP (IIT), ADSM) worked in Silicon Valley, he is an Ex-Hedge Fund Manager, Ex-Director of Global Blockchain foundation Global Blockchain Foundation, Founder of Future1coin a Crowdfunding Catalyst Company, Founder of WEBT a Blockchain Events & Training Company, Founder of Champion Traders Academy a FX & Crypto Academy, Founder of Future1Exchange a P2P Crypto Exchange. He has over a decade of experience in the Stock, CFD, Forex, ADR’s, Commodities, Index, Futures, Options & Cryptocurrency. He received his Master in Business Administration from Institute for Technology and Management in association/collaboration with Southern New Hampshire University Manchester, USA earlier known as New Hampshire College, Mastering Alternative Investments Certificate from INSEAD Campus in Singapore, his certificate in Computer Network & Internet Applications Course(CEP) from IIT Kharagpur and his Advance Diploma in Computer Systems Management from NIIT.
Kishore Mansinghani is a certified Investment Representative, ETS Derivatives Qualified Trader. He is trained by Chicago Board of Exchange and Pacific Stock Exchange Members in Derivatives Instruments on Options & Futures Trading and educated in Derivatives instruments from the University of California Berkeley (Ext), USA.
Kishore M started his career with a Securities Broking Firm on the OTCEI Exchange and subsequently worked in USA (Silicon Valley) with Asia-Tech a B2B Marketplace and then started his own hedge fund in Singapore. He has conducted Stock & Derivatives seminars for International Brokers such as REFCO based in Singapore and Regional brokers such as CIMB based in Malaysia.
He has been featured in Singapore Stock Exchange Magazine, Indonesia (JawaPos) & Middle East Newspaper (Khaleej Times) and has also been featured in Bloomberg TV, BBC, Malaysia Business TV Channel & Singapore Channel NewsAsia, News Radio 93.8 FM, Asian Banker Journal, and on Global Hedge Fund websites such as Hedge fund Center, HedgeWeek, HedgeFund Research and Hedge Funds World.
His Entrepreneurial skills had won him the TII status(Technopreneur Investment Incentive Status) from the EDB Singapore Government. He is a member of TiE Silicon Valley world’s leading tech entrepreneurs network and one of the most sought-after speakers for entrepreneurship, capital markets, derivatives, cryptocurrency, and Alternative Investment.
He is a Strategy advisor to companies planning their token offering and offers tokenomics & blockchain development consultancy. He also provides Forex, Derivatives & Cryptocurrency workshop to senior corporate management teams, Broking Houses and Derivative Exchanges Members and conducts Financial Markets & Digital Currency Seminars to public audiences across Asia & Middle East. He has trained over 50,000 participants in 10 countries (Hongkong, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Middle East, Philippines, London etc) in the area of alternative investments, some of his participants include professionals from ABN AMRO Bank, RHB Securities, AMEX, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Citibank, Doha Bank, CIMB Securities, Manfinancial, REFCO, DBSVICKERS, CSFB, UOB Bank. Under his proprietary trading company Future Capital Holdings, he has a performance track record of 99.05% return (2003-2004) and 233.13% return (2003-2005) attested & certified by Auditors.
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Kishore M Founder of Future 1 Coin

Kishore M ( BCOM, MBA, CEP (IIT), ADSM) worked in Silicon Valley, he is an Ex-Hedge Fund Manager, Founder of www.future1exchange.com a Crypto Exchange, Founder of www.future1coin.com a Crowdfunding Catalyst Company, Founder of www.worldblockchainevents.com a Blockchain Events & Training Company, Founder of www.championtradersacademy.com a FX & Crypto Academy, Founder of www.crowdfundjunction.com a Blockchain Advisory Company. He has over a decade of experience in the Stock, CFD, Forex, ADR’s, Commodities, Index, Futures, Options & Cryptocurrency. He received his Master in Business Administration from Institute for Technology and Management in association/collaboration with Southern New Hampshire University Manchester, USA earlier known as New Hampshire College, Mastering Alternative Investments Certificate from INSEAD Campus in Singapore, his certificate in Computer Network & Internet Applications Course(CEP) from IIT Kharagpur and his Advance Diploma in Computer Systems Management from NIIT.
Kishore Mansinghani is a certified Investment Representative, ETS Derivatives Qualified Trader. He is trained by Chicago Board of Exchange and Pacific Stock Exchange Members in Derivatives Instruments on Options & Futures Trading and educated in Derivatives instruments from the University of California Berkeley (Ext), USA.
Kishore M started his career with a Securities Broking Firm on the OTCEI Exchange and subsequently worked in USA (Silicon Valley) with Asia-Tech a B2B Marketplace and then started his own hedge fund in Singapore. He has conducted Stock & Derivatives seminars for International Brokers such as REFCO based in Singapore and Regional brokers such as CIMB based in Malaysia.
He has been featured in Singapore Stock Exchange Magazine, Indonesia (JawaPos) & Middle East Newspaper (Khaleej Times) and has also been featured in Bloomberg TV, BBC, Malaysia Business TV Channel & Singapore Channel NewsAsia, News Radio 93.8 FM, Asian Banker Journal, and on Global Hedge Fund websites such as Hedge fund Center, HedgeWeek, HedgeFund Research and Hedge Funds World.
His Entrepreneurial skills had won him the TII status(Technopreneur Investment Incentive Status) from the EDB Singapore Government. He is a member of TiE Silicon Valley world’s leading tech entrepreneurs network and one of the most sought-after speakers for entrepreneurship, capital markets, derivatives, cryptocurrency, and Alternative Investment.
He is a Strategy advisor to companies planning their token offering and offers tokenomics & blockchain development consultancy. He also provides Forex, Derivatives & Cryptocurrency workshop to senior corporate management teams, Broking Houses and Derivative Exchanges Members and conducts Financial Markets & Digital Currency Seminars to public audiences across Asia & Middle East. He has trained over 50,000 participants in 10 countries (Hongkong, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Middle East, Philippines, London etc) in the area of alternative investments, some of his participants include professionals from ABN AMRO Bank, RHB Securities, AMEX, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Citibank, Doha Bank, CIMB Securities, Manfinancial, REFCO, DBSVICKERS, CSFB, UOB Bank. Under his proprietary trading company Future Capital Holdings, he has a performance track record of 99.05% return (2003-2004) and 233.13% return (2003-2005) attested & certified by Auditors.
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Kishore M Founders Junction

Kishore M ( B.COM , MBA, CEP (IIT), ADSM) worked in Silicon Valley, he is an Ex-Hedge Fund Manager, Ex-Director of Global Blockchain foundation Global Blockchain Foundation, Founder of Future1coin a Crowdfunding Catalyst Company, Founder of WEBT a Blockchain Events & Training Company, Founder of Champion Traders Academy a FX & Crypto Academy, Founder of Future1Exchange a P2P Crypto Exchange. He has over a decade of experience in the Stock, CFD, Forex, ADR’s, Commodities, Index, Futures, Options & Cryptocurrency. He received his Master in Business Administration from Institute for Technology and Management in association/collaboration with Southern New Hampshire University Manchester, USA earlier known as New Hampshire College, Mastering Alternative Investments Certificate from INSEAD Campus in Singapore, his certificate in Computer Network & Internet Applications Course(CEP) from IIT Kharagpur and his Advance Diploma in Computer Systems Management from NIIT.
Kishore Mansinghani is a certified Investment Representative, ETS Derivatives Qualified Trader. He is trained by Chicago Board of Exchange and Pacific Stock Exchange Members in Derivatives Instruments on Options & Futures Trading and educated in Derivatives instruments from the University of California Berkeley (Ext), USA.
Kishore M started his career with a Securities Broking Firm on the OTCEI Exchange and subsequently worked in USA (Silicon Valley) with Asia-Tech a B2B Marketplace and then started his own hedge fund in Singapore. He has conducted Stock & Derivatives seminars for International Brokers such as REFCO based in Singapore and Regional brokers such as CIMB based in Malaysia.
He has been featured in Singapore Stock Exchange Magazine, Indonesia (JawaPos) & Middle East Newspaper (Khaleej Times) and has also been featured in Bloomberg TV, BBC, Malaysia Business TV Channel & Singapore Channel NewsAsia, News Radio 93.8 FM, Asian Banker Journal, and on Global Hedge Fund websites such as Hedge fund Center, HedgeWeek, HedgeFund Research and Hedge Funds World.
His Entrepreneurial skills had won him the TII status(Technopreneur Investment Incentive Status) from the EDB Singapore Government. He is a member of TiE Silicon Valley world’s leading tech entrepreneurs network and one of the most sought-after speakers for entrepreneurship, capital markets, derivatives, cryptocurrency, and Alternative Investment.
He is a Strategy advisor to companies planning their token offering and offers tokenomics & blockchain development consultancy. He also provides Forex, Derivatives & Cryptocurrency workshop to senior corporate management teams, Broking Houses and Derivative Exchanges Members and conducts Financial Markets & Digital Currency Seminars to public audiences across Asia & Middle East. He has trained over 50,000 participants in 10 countries (Hongkong, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Middle East, Philippines, London etc) in the area of alternative investments, some of his participants include professionals from ABN AMRO Bank, RHB Securities, AMEX, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Citibank, Doha Bank, CIMB Securities, Manfinancial, REFCO, DBSVICKERS, CSFB, UOB Bank. Under his proprietary trading company Future Capital Holdings, he has a performance track record of 99.05% return (2003-2004) and 233.13% return (2003-2005) attested & certified by Auditors.
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Credit Card for Travel?

After some help from this sub a couple of years back, I equipped myself with a 28 Degrees credit card and a Citibank card for ATM withdrawls. This worked fine at the time.
However, I am reading mixed reviews/opinions about some changes to 28D in that it now has fairly high fees.
Was hoping to get some recommendations on what cards you use to travel abroad with, with the focus on no/low fees.
Thanks!
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International Banking Question

So I am moving to Brisbane next month to study in Brisbane. I will be receiving monthly deposits into my Us bank account to cover living expenses from my GI Bill. They won't let me change this to an international bank so that leaves me stuck transferring money from my US bank to my AUS bank(Westpac).
What is the best and cheapest way to transfer money monthly from US banks to AUS banks.
Also is Westpac a good bank?
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Meet An All-Star XCARD Team

Learn more about our team that has 20 years of experience in integrating payment solutions and systems into the global financial world.
The importance of a great Leadership Team
Even the greatest idea is nothing without execution. While everybody has big goals, it is crucial to have talented people in the management team who deliver what they promise. Founder’s prior experience, product knowledge, and industry skills can predict the success of each venture. It’s also important to share a strategic vision for the company that inspires others.
XCARD Team
Everything mentioned above applies to an All-Star XCARD Team. We are dedicated to building an all-in-one digital wallet and crypto credit card that will help people from all around the world regain control over their assets. Our mission is to connect fiat currencies and crypto assets in real-time. For the first time, we are enabling instant payments in any cryptocurrency, decreasing the total cost of each transaction, and guaranteeing the most favorable execution for customers.
We have more than 20 years of experience in integrating payment solutions and systems into the global financial world. In the 1990’s we brought SMS payments to vending machines, and in the 2000’s we created one of the first electronic wallets with MasterCard, which has grown our knowledge base to what we know of prepaid cards today. Recently we have been implementing solutions (i.e. high-frequency trading platforms, internalizers) for exchanges, banks, stocks, and forex brokers, payment processors and multilateral trading facilities.
Wojciech Kaszycki — CEO

Wojciech Kaszycki
Wojciech is a passionate investor, business consultant, founder, and Fintech fan focused on building revolutionary technical inventions. He has over 20 years of business experience.
He founded several successful companies, including Gifts of Nature, List Polska, and Bizmatica Polska. He is a pioneer in the area of e-commerce, and he created the first e-commerce like “Amazon” in Poland. He is also a pioneer in the field of Fintech (first electronic purse, introduced leader of electronic markets to polish market, fully MiFID compliant multilateral trading facility solutions)
Wojciech is responsible for leading the development and execution of long-term strategies for the company, and general management.
Adrian Smarzewski — CTO

Adrian Smarzewski
Adrian is an accomplished IT Project manager with over 20 years of professional experience. He started his professional career as a software programmer and project manager in 1999!
He was the owner of the company SILVERCODERS which has done a lot of IT projects for many customers, including the most famous and demanding leaders of the financial market like Citibank, Euler Hermes, Euro Bank, PKO BP, Pioneer Pekao Investments and many others.
Adrian is responsible for the technical development of payments and blockchain infrastructure.
Przemek Maliszewski COO

Przemek Maliszewski
Przemek is a senior-level manager with a professional career spanning more than 20 years connected with digital disruption technologies. He gained vast international business experience in cooperation with companies from across the globe.
Przemek has over 15 years of experience in financial markets, banking, and insurance. He introduced foreign FSI solutions to the Polish market — sales to delivery (core banking systems, advanced trading platforms for brokerage houses, front office systems for treasury departments of banks, risk and compliance systems)
Przemek is designing and implementing business operations in our project. He’s also responsible for XCARD software development.
Piotr Makowski — CMO

Piotr Makowski
Piotr is a young, energetic, and mission-driven person. He spent a lot of his professional life in the blockchain industry, previously working for a global technology group. Since early 2017, he’s been actively involved in the cryptocurrency market, providing marketing services to ICO’S, precisely analyzing hundreds of different projects and strategies that they implement.
Piotr is responsible for developing marketing and promotion aspects of the XCARD strategy, to ensure alignment with its business goals.
It’s not the end…
Besides a talented and accomplished management team mentioned above, we also have a technical development team that built significant blockchain projects in the past. We will describe them soon, so stay tuned!
Bonus photo with Wojciech Kaszycki and our advisor Ismail Malik

https://medium.com/mobilumcom/meet-an-all-star-xcard-team-80c574ce2660
https://xcard.io/
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The ’Prototype’ Narrative - Sunsetting BTC

I usually pitch BSV to between 5 and 10 people a day, and have been doing so on average for five days a week, since around mid February when I first bought into BSV myself.
I started paying attention to Wright in 2017 after I saw his talk at Arnhem*, and then again seriously in November last year after the CoinGeek conference in London, but it took me a couple of months to dig through all of the available information and make absolutely sure that my gut reaction was correct and that my intuition wasn’t lying to me before I decided to go full ‘BSVtard’.
(I have been in Bitcoin since May 2012, but left in 2014, and didn't get seriously involved again until 2017. I stepped out for most of 2018).
The people I pitch to are mostly financial types like Investment Bankers, Wealth Managers, M&A analysts, Risk Assessors, IT admins and system engineers at banks, Lawyers, Accountants, Stock Brokers, Liquidity specialists, Entrepreneurs and Stock, Bond and Forex Traders
I estimate I’ve done around 300 pitches in the last three months to employees of JPM, Citibank, Barclays, Credit Suisse, EY, KPMG, HSBC, BNP Paribas and the FCA, amongst others.
I have memorised Wright’s narrative, watched and rewatched his videos and interviews over and over again, and constantly read and re-read his blog in order to keep up to date with current events and developments.
I’ve found that in my own pitches, presenting BTC as ‘the prototype’ can be quite a neat way of explaining why BTC with a 1Mb block size has a limited capacity and is not really a good business solution for their industry.
It’s just a small stub of an idea, because the truth is quite different, but if you put it in its historical context, I think it makes sense.
Like the Wright brothers’ first attempt at flight, the first prototype of BitCoin may well crash and burn.
I’m also a fan of the ‘BitCoin as a jet engine’ analogy, wherein the block acts like a combustion chamber into which raw transactional data is fed, and from which information is then extracted, that then powers an information economy.
The circular velocity of energy in the system increases as more and more data is fed into the block, and more and more information is extracted, refined, sold, disseminated and recycled.
The result is a kind of ‘data ramjet’, which propels the value of BSV upwards as its circular velocity through the block chain and the mining economy increases.
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"No ETF, Tether manipulation!!" - Here is a list of Banks and other financial institutions that have manipulated Forex and USD time and again...

  1. Citibank fined $100 million for interest rate manipulation
https://money.cnn.com/2018/06/15/news/companies/citibank-liboindex.html
  1. JPMorgan to Pay $65 Million Fine for Dollar Benchmark Manipulation
https://www.wsj.com/articles/jpmorgan-to-pay-65-million-fine-for-dollar-benchmark-manipulation-1529347643
  1. Rabo Bank manipulating USD and Libor rates
https://www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices/washingtondc/news/press-releases/two-former-rabobank-traders-indicted-for-alleged-manipulation-of-u.s.-dollar-yen-libor-interest-rates
  1. Deutsche Bank to Pay $220 Million to U.S. States Over Libor
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-10-25/deutsche-bank-to-pay-220-million-over-u-s-states-libor-probes
  1. Societe Generale fined with 1.34 billion dollars in lawsuits on rate manipulation
https://financeandmarkets.com/societe-generale-fined-billion-dollars-lawsuits-rate-manipulation/
  1. Royal Bank of Scotland manipulating forex swap rates
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-royal-bank-scot-cftc-penalty-idUSKBN15I261
  1. Oh wait, Citi Bank at it again.
https://www.ai-cio.com/news/citi-fined-425m-over-benchmark-manipulation/
These institutions which have indulged in manipulation are most often given a slap on the wrist warnings or a petty fine. Whereas Bitcoin ETF is denied time and again citing the potential for manipulation.
Any financial instrument that is traded can and will be manipulated, its just the nature of humans and greed. To call Bitcoin manipulated because of Tether is without logic, when historically every major financial institution has a long history of manipulating markets for their own benefit and every currency has been manipulated by the establishments that have a stake in it.
Eventually a global currency like Bitcoin does not need an ETF at all, however the excuses regulators and the banks that support them come up with are flimsy. They need to be called out for their double standards.
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Some questions for Aussie Nomads

Hey guys,
I've got a few specific questions that fellows Aussies would be best situated to answer.

Taxes:
I've done the tax residency test and I might be able to declare myself a foreign resident for tax purposes. I believe I can answer No to this question " Are / were you an Australian resident for tax purposes immediately before leaving Australia? *" Because I've been living overseas "permanently" for the last 7 years, therefore not paying tax in Australia (I was under the threshold during that time, anyway. I've been in Australia for just two months on a holiday.
Any idea if that qualifies me as a non-resident? If it does, is there any obligation to prove I'm paying tax in another country (obviously not something I want to do as a DM, i.e. too much hassle getting a work visa and TFN in each country). Note I only earn 30,000-40,000 AUD, so hardly a big fish for the ATO to chase up.
According to ATO "As a foreign resident, you only need to lodge annual Australian income tax returns if you receive income from sources in Australia."
Does money earned while physically overseas (DNing) that comes through an Aussie bank account count as "in australia?" What about earnings from Aussie clients while physically overseas?
I'd obviously prefer to discuss this with a qualified accountant but I've read many charge upwards of $5000 for a letter of advice. Any recommendations for cheaper services/costings?
Expenses and filing:
I guess I can claim for some work expenses such as laptops, internet, maybe even some travel (I do a lot of travel writing). Do I need to do anything other than keeping electronic receipts and claiming them at the EOFY? Should I get an accountant involved or is being a freelancer simple enough to file solo?
ABN:
Say I go down the Australian resident for tax purposes route (which I'll probably have to), do I need an ABN for my freelance business? I work independently as a content writer, with most payments coming through PayPal and ultimately my Australian account.
Insurance:
It seems to me that global health/expat insurance is only really useful for Yankees (and others) who pay out the arse for coverage in their home country. If I got cancer or whatever other chronic illness I'd just fly home for treatment on Medicare. Therefore, travel insurance is more suitable for us.
Any holes to the logic in this line of reasoning?
Any travel insurance that's particularly good value for the DNs?
Finances:
I've got a Citibank Plus account which has an awesome no-fee withdrawal policy.
But what about being paid? I normally receive money in PayPal (fees) and send it to my Australian bank (more fees) before withdrawing in local currency (minor forex fee). Anyone found a better way for Australians to do this?

I know that's a lot. If anyone can answer any of the above from personal experience than I'd be super appreciative :-)

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Where do you guys exchange your currency before heading overseas?

Hi All, I have a couple international trips planned over the next 6 months - I was curious to hear where Ausfinance folks exchange their currency (cash) before traveling? Not talking about overseas - just where you do it here in Aus before you jump on the plane? :-)
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How much better are exchange rates in Japan?

Most people here that I've seen post recommend waiting until you're in the country at an airport to exchange, but I find it hard to believe that a "last second" exchange at an airport would yield better value than doing it in the US.
I looked up various bank's exchange rates and as of 4/4/19 I believe these to be accurate:
Bank of America: ¥105.82
Wells Fargo: ¥105.57
Citibank: ¥113.11
I have a Wells Fargo debit card that I can use to exchange in Japan and the fees are 3% plus whatever fees are imposed at the ATM, so would it still be more efficient than ordering the Yen in the US? I'm going to be landing at the Haneda airport, and I haven't been able to find hard numbers for their rates online.
Thank you!
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