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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 30, 2019 - 9:17am
Jul 30, 2019 - 9:18am

Great interview

Thanks Turd, Andrew and Tom. I think the excitement is palpable!

Jul 30, 2019 - 11:01am


"Real world, global monetary system."

Well that's certainly unique, harks back over 50 years for using transactional silver and even longer for gold. Transactional gold is beyond living memory, silver can be remember only by us old guys.

Jul 30, 2019 - 11:26am

Excellent interview, thank

Excellent interview, thank you so much Craig and thanks to Tom and Andrew for all their hard work getting all this put together for us to use. Yes i am invested in Kinesis, i suggest everyone to atleast have a look at it, a good place to start is to read through the Blue Print document on their website and you will probably need to read it through a couple of times before you understand how everything works.

Jul 30, 2019 - 11:39am

I had to laugh; an article on Zero Hedge

An article on Zero Hedge whose title states;

Australia's Largest Casino Exposed: Chinese Whales Washed Money With Triads & Drug Traffickers

You know things are bizarre when you have to deal drugs to launder your money from the financial realm.

Jul 30, 2019 - 1:05pm


You betcha Ben

If you're like any of the 63,000,000 people who get social security, a $1 trilion dollar program with 75% of the recipients relying on government pension largesse for most of their income, or a person getting some sort of entitlement income as part of the $1 trillion welfare package that US D.C. spreads around like butter on toast, you are dang well certain these people are Maximum Monetary Theorists.

It's no theory that if your income is mostly or totally reliant on infinite government largesse to pay your bills, pay rent or buy groceries, you want the cornucopia of currency cargo cultism to never end or at least continue until you assume room temperature. Then it's someone else's problem

Until then keep showering the homies with cash so we can spend like there's no tomorrow.

J Siefert
Jul 30, 2019 - 1:53pm

Apparently, Germany has turned down a US request

...to secure oil tanker movements by means of a naval mission in the Straits of Hormuz.

Germany rejects U.S. request to join naval mission in Strait of Hormuz

This, in addition to their recent rejection of a US request to send troops to Syria

Germany rejects request from US to send troops to Syria
Jul 30, 2019 - 2:00pm

A lot of words about KVT

and much advertisement for that token, I understand that. But I wished the guys would have said something about KAG and KAU. I am much more interested in KAU and KAG and for instance how to buy them. I know there is a website called https://kinesis.money/en/explaining it all, but I tell you, I am not the smartest guy but not the most stupid either, but it became not 100% clear to me how to get access to KAG and KAU.

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Jul 30, 2019 - 2:35pm

Their enthusiasm is infectious!

How long till we see a color revolution in Indonesia?

I have to do a lot more looking into this but they've certainly got me looking seriously.

Jul 30, 2019 - 2:47pm

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