Thursday, 21 June 2018

The Amero. New Digital Currency Launched 500 Billion, Par with US Dollar. #TheDigitalDollar #UponTheBlindSide #DigitalDollar #ConquestofDough

A radical new digital currency, the AMERO, is being launched on June 4 by the North America Procurement Council. It's not about making a killing in trading -- it's about making a difference. Read more.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mA-DO3pqVk4  http://www.trillions.biz/news/147270-How_the_AMERO_Will_Change_Our_Future.html




https://twitter.com/ALC_Amero  This shit is not the other shit but this shit and shit has slipped clean under everybody's Radar, I only found it because I made a video to go with this 2006 Podcast and found it in the Interviewers Twitter.

https://twitter.com/Stranova/status/1001324190744563712'




Hi,
Just watched the AMERO crypto video.
A long while back I read an article or saw a video talking about the unification of Mexico/USA/Canada to create a 'North American union' as part of the elite plan to create the NWO where national borders are rationalised. The new currency for this new state was to be called the AMERO.
Did you know of this plan .......  is what I saw/read real or a wind-up?

Yes, Mike, I know about the North American Union and also the 4 planned Unions The Amero was indeed part of that Plan, This one seems similar but if you read the linked article its very off message if its the Globalist Amero being stealthily launched here.


https://web.archive.org/web/20081209131051/http://www.towardsunity.org:80/gu.phtml

THE PEOPLE'S DIGITAL CURRENCY
422 Vendors Accept AMERO
449.9 Billion Available for Grants

Thats 449billion available which is bigger than the Whole Crypto space Market Cap.


So the Big question is this Trumps Big Andrew Jackson Moment Challenging the Fed with a debt-free issuance of DIgital Greenbacks as the Original Article in Brad Reddersons Tweet Suggests. Or is this Trump the Globalist Lining Up the North American Union by Monetary Means?


https://web.archive.org/web/20081209131051/http://www.towardsunity.org:80/gu.phtml


North American monetary union

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Map of a theoretical NAU, with CanadaMexico, and the United States of America.

The currency symbol for the hypothetical Amero, by the Fraser Institute
The North American monetary union is a theoretical economic and monetary union of three North American countries: Canada, the United States of America and Mexico.
Implementation would involve the three countries giving up their current currency units (the U.S. dollar, the Canadian dollar, and the Mexican peso) and adopting a new one, created specifically for this purpose (some versions of the theory assume only the United States and Canada would be included). The hypothetical currency for the union is most often referred to as the amero.[1][2] The concept is modeled on the common European Union currency (the euro).

Amero coins[edit]

In August 2007, rumors and conspiracy theories began circulating across the Internet regarding alleged United States Treasury-issued amero coins.
The inspiration behind these rumors may have been the posting of images of medallions created by coin designer Daniel Carr.[1] Carr, who designed the New York and Rhode Island 2001 statehood quarters, sells medals and tokens of his own design on his commercial website, "Designs Computed" (also known as "DC Coin").[1] Among his designs are a series of gold, silver and copper fantasy issues of amero coins ranging in denomination from one to one thousand.[1] The medallions have the legend "Union of North America" on the back with his company's logo, a stylized "DC",[11] in small type.[12] Concerning his amero designs, he mentions on his website:
My goal with these coins is not to endorse a Union of North America or a common Amero currency. I fully support the United States Constitution, and I would not welcome (in any form) a diminishment of its provisions. I expect that these coins will help make more people aware of the issue and the possible ramifications. I leave it up to others to decide if they are in favor of, or against a North American Union. And I encourage citizens to voice their approval or disapproval of government plans that impact them.[13]
Unauthorized postings of images taken from his website have been reposted widely across the Internet, often being used as supposed "proof" of the amero coinage. Notably, white nationalist and former Internet radio talk show host Hal Turner ran a full article on his website about the "amero coin", claiming to have arranged for a United States Government minted "amero" to be smuggled out of the United States Department of the Treasury by an employee of that organization.[14]
Following Turner's assertions of federal minting of ameros, a web site marketing the curio coins released a statement debunking Turner's claims of a government cover up regarding Daniel Carr's amero products.[15] The urban legend investigating Web site Snopes also ran a further counter to Turner's claims, stating "neither the U.S. Mint nor the U.S. Treasury has a hand in creating these 'Ameros'. These coins are merely collectibles offered to the buying public by a private company in the business of manufacturing such curiosities."[16]
Hal Turner claimed that Carr's website had been created in haste in a matter of days expressly to discredit his claim about the coinage.[17]
However, Carr's designs have been available through his website since 2005,[18] and according to a WHOIS search at Network Solutions, the domain "dc-coin.com" was registered by Daniel Carr on September 27, 2005.[19]
In October 2008, Hal Turner released a video showing an apparent 20 amero coin, with claims that shipments of the currency had been sent to China.[20] Yet the coin in Hal Turner's video is identical to a medallion on Daniel Carr's "dc-coin" website, listed as "UNA 2007 20 Ameros, Copper, Satin Finish".[21]
In April 2018, the new digital currency or cryptocurrency Amero was announced by the North America Procurement Council (NAPC).[22][23]. It was inspired by the original concept of the Amero but follows a very different approach. It is designed, as its creators note, as a medium of exchange in commerce between government and business and business-to-business. It has already published a preliminary directory of vendors which have agreed to accept the Amero as payment for goods and services. Further information about the 'new' Amero is available on its own website.[24]




So Which is it, An audacious attempt to DIgitalise the Debt Based Federal Reserve Dollar or a Break from The Old Debt Based Money Model?


AMERO Digital Currency Now Live


Early in the morning on June 18th, AMERO digital currency was quietly added to over 400 participating vendor accounts.
Some accounts are still being authenticated and will receive their AMERO in coming days.
AMERO participants will be able to start redeeming and accepting AMERO on Thursday, June 21st, which happens to also be Summer Solstice and the first day of Summer.
Initially, transactions will be processed manually to ensure that transactions are legitimate, done smoothly and all questions and issues are addressed.
The AMERO is a new people's digital currency with an initial 500 billion coins created. At least 90% will be given as AMERO grants to government agencies, non-profit organizations and for important R&D.
Unlike other cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, the AMERO is centrally managed and designed to be secure, stable and sustainable. It is not suitable for money laundering or other criminal activity. Nor does AMERO have to mined and consume vast amounts of electricity.
Nearly 500 companies have signed up to accept AMERO in its pre-launch phase.

To use AMERO, you must first get AMEROs. Here are the ways you can acquire AMEROs:

  1. If you agree to accept AMERO for sales of your company's goods and services, you will be allocated bonus AMEROs based on your level of acceptance.
  2. Be a government agency, non-profit organization, or individual/organization engaged in Research & Development and apply for a grant.
  3. Sell your products or services for AMERO within the AMERO Business Network. Qualified transactions in AMERO will be rewarded with matching bonus AMERO for the first 3 months after launch.
  4. Purchase AMERO with a major national currency. AMERO can't be purchased in countries or by citizens of countries that have banned digital currencies.  This capability will be available later in 2018.

Now that you have AMERO - how do you use it?

When the AMERO launches on June 4, 2018 you will be able to shop for goods and services from AMERO vendors through public directories at BidOcean.comNAPC.proTrillions.biz, and other web sites. To see a list of current vendors who accept AMERO, please visit ShopAmero.com
Once you have identified a vendor you can submit a purchase request or request for information.  The vendor will then respond with more information or an invoice. Once you receive an invoice you will be able to pay some or all of it using the AMERO in your account.
An app for Android smartphones is being developed to make it easy to transfer AMERO. Later in the year you will be able to shop with AMERO for a wide range of goods and services through a sophisticated, yet simple e-commerce system.

Procurement News


AMERO Digital Currency Now Live
June 18, 2018
Early in the morning on June 18th, AMERO digital currency was quietly added to over 400 participating vendor accounts.
AMERO Vendor Directory Now Online
May 18, 2018
A live directory of companies accepting AMERO digital currency—the people's cryptocurrency, is now online at ShopAMERO.com.
AMERO Web Site Launched
April 11, 2018
The official web site for the AMERO digital currency has been launched.
This is an article on the Guy behind the Amero who wrote the original article in Trillions ( one of his Publications )
Which was the original article that started my curiosity off on this . My View is that it is not better han Tether and potentially substantially worse.

Entrepreneur launches free bid leads Web sites

Tim Loncarich
Tim Loncarich
Phil Castle, The Business Times
Tim Loncarich has been involved in the procurement process from both sides in searching for government and business contracts and compiling information about those contracts for others.
But the serial entrepreneur and former Grand Junction resident hopes to expand the process to a far larger scale in making bid leads available through national, state and industry specific Web sites — for free, no less.
Loncarich said he wants to not only help more businesses take advantage of potentially lucrative contracts to provide goods and services, but also bring additional transparency to the procurement process and at the same time curb corruption.


















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