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Here's an update on the progress of the Kinesis Monetary System.


As you've heard on this site before, my hope is that the Kinesis Monetary System will provide a new level of financial security to people around the world, especially those currently underserved by the global banking system. To that end, I'm always thrilled to receive these updates first hand.

Our guests today are Tom Coughlin, CEO of Kinesis and the Allocated Bullion Exchange and Andrew Maguire, who is a long-term advocate for sound money and an advisor to Kinesis.

More information on Kinesis can be found through its website here: https://kinesis.money/en/

You might also enjoy this introductory video:

Thanks again to Tom and Andy for their time today and additional gratitude goes to their ongoing efforts to create and offer Kinesis to the global community.



Jul 31, 2019 - 11:11pm

Thank you Mrc.

I was thinking of the "minting clients".

Jul 31, 2019 - 7:40pm

AGXIIK, I'm here to help you in understanding:

It appears that you are overthinking these issues, letting the enemy push your buttons, but how could I help?

I will just give out an old story and it may be that you can make it fit:

It was about 35 yr. ago, I was a speaker at a Christian businessmen's convention. After one of the meetings, a young man came to talk. He said: "Jim, the Lord just spoke to me and said that I needed to come to you. The Lord said that you would give me $10,000." I said: "Wow, that is wonderful that the Lord spoke to you and as soon as He speaks to me, I will write the check". I'm still waiting. We have to be careful as to what we listen to. Jim

Jul 31, 2019 - 7:19pm
Jul 31, 2019 - 3:13pm

Bonus Round

Regulators getting into the bonus area for sleeping through this one.

Jul 31, 2019 - 12:58pm


Actually I highly believe kinesis.. I never ever seen such a big project from crypto space that so closely communicate with investors.. This is sustainable financial system that brings to everyone can be rewarded from many ways..

Jul 31, 2019 - 11:36am

While listening to the William Tell Overture, singing praises of

MMT and Neo-Keynesian glories, I am forced to vote for the lesser of two weevils. My vote goes to the Lone Ranger Donald Trump and his faithful sidekick William "Pronto" Powell, holding the reins of the Fed printing machine.

Being of a certain age, filled with new age ennui and scepticism, certain that the Fed, Nucky Mnuchin, Powell, Trump, Fauxcahontas, Two Barrel Biden, Dead Eye Annie Bootigeig and the vast assemblage of mini-me fucktards lining the midway at the Dingaling and Blarney Bailout Circus, they threatening to come to town in 2020, dead set on fulfilling their promises of unicorns, pixie dust, Tinkerbelle, Mickey Mouse, Pluto and the entire cast of Fantasia willing to give me a free Medicare-For-All high colonic irrigation and a low cost free reach around wallet-ectomy.

Call me crazy. Call me Mini Mouse fucking Goofy crazy. I'll wear that ass hat.

But don't let me these that promises made by the schessemeisters who'll spend a trillion here and a trillion on stupid shit, that these trillions won't end up lining the pockets of the puppet masters who have all of these ass wipes dangling at the end of their little strings

Watching the Blue debates last night I practically went blind trying to see the strings dangling from the ceiling and hands up their asses, listening for the words we know so well

Sing for your supper you penny ante grifters; you two bit race hustlers and over ripe political pimpsters trying to tell us it's raining while they piss down our necks

Are we not entertained

Listening to these morons on the left and right, we're going to be entertained to death

All I ask for for my free color TV, a lifetime subscription to Netflux, DISH and MTV, all paid for by the sweat of someone else's labor and be left the fuck alone with my gold


Jul 31, 2019 - 10:30am

William Tell Overture

Ya, we need Rothchild Hillary. We love the bankers. Come and destroy us please.

LiberoJoseph Warren
Jul 31, 2019 - 9:37am

J. warren, yeah but...

when it comes to who, we the people, vote into power, it is always reduced to the lesser of two evils, so a choice MUST be made. I choose not-trump.

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Jul 31, 2019 - 8:51am

@Croaker it is possible but

@Croaker it is possible but depends on the bullion you have. look at this page for more information: https://kinesis.money/en/depositing-your-existing-bullion/

EDIT: Afraid it seems they only accept bullion transfers from approved storage locations, so you would either need to deposit your bullion there for transfer but i suppose in this case it's cheaper to sell and use the cash instead for minting, sorry for the confusion!

Jul 31, 2019 - 7:48am

Liechtenstein Storage

After extensive work in the metal storage space, it became clearly apparent to us that the safest jurisdiction in the world to hold metal is Liechtenstein. It has the strongest asset title laws in the world with effectively no risk of confiscation and an inability to change the constitution and laws to the contrary. Further, through our primary vaulting partner based there and about to come online with ABX and Kinesis, there are a multitude of plans should any invasion occur. Liechtenstein is surrounded by Switzerland and is protected by the Swiss Army and as you all know Switzerland has remained neutral during both world wars and is likely the most politically neutral major country in the world. The vault that we are utilising there is quite possibly the most sophisticated and safest vault in the world. A lot of our institutional investors are moving their tonnes of gold out of Asia and even Switzerland into this vault. This is the partner who we’re building the vault with in Indonesia, which is the sole and exclusive bullion vault in Indonesia. Can provide more details on all, should you wish.

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