Cashless society


Ireland’s first Bitcoin ATM to be launched this week

In next few days Ireland's first ever Bitcoin ATM machine will be launched at Hippety's Cafe in the Temple Bar area of Dublin. Basically, the machine will turn cash into virtual currency in about 12 seconds. You walk up to the machine, scan

March 05, 2014


Bitcoin a smashing success worldwide - exceeds $1 billion in value as other currencies fail

Within just a few short years, Bitcoin is a currency to be reckoned with. Already its value has topped $1 billion with greater gains predicted for the future. As a revolutionary and independent virtual currency, many are flocking to bitcoin in an attempt to avoid

April 05, 2013


National internet tax mandate is in place to cripple the online marketplace

The idea of a national internet tax mandate has been voted on in the United States Senate. Dubbed the "Marketplace Fairness Act," this piece of legislation, if implemented, would stifle entrepreneurs from the online marketplace, enrich large companies, and bloat state

April 03, 2013


Money is not needed in energy abundance

In order to understand the very basis of money, it is best to contemplate how it developed in the first place. Once society developed past the clan stage, when barter, trade and so forth arose, it became the practice to place value on the products of Human energy

December 08, 2012

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Internet kill switch - Urgent global action needed as "internet as we know it" comes under very real threat

United Nations body, International Telecommunications Union (ITU), has asked for the kill switch to the internet, leaving cyberspace subject to political control and constant monitoring. Civil rights groups, big communications corporations including Google and

November 12, 2012

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Stigmergic governance via the web - a way to govern society without a government

In My piece, The End of Entropy, I propose the following:With a central website, in forum style, to address major issues – divided into local sections, regional sections and global sections, with “votes” at a certain level elevating the problems and solutions

October 24, 2012

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Smart meter or no power at all? Nevada energy sends armed men to disconnect power - just for opting out

Nevada is supposedly one of those states with a smart meter ‘opt out’ policy. On the ground, however, the reality is a little different.Mona Orkoulas lives in the mountains outside Las Vegas, Nevada, where she works in real estate. Like many Americans she has

September 21, 2012

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Australians prepare for rollout of full body scanners in July 2012 - fear they pose a threat to DNA

As expected, the Australian Federal Government has just approved the roll-out of compulsory full body scanning for passengers passing through Australia’s international airports. The bill also enables future governments to update the technology (without restriction),

May 28, 2012

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Essential knowledge for a wall street protestor (Video)

David Icke - Essential Knowledge For A Wall Street ProtestorHow not to be scammed by those you are protesting against. This is short and great presentation on what is going on in this world financially and where does it takes us to. Short and simple...Please visit

February 24, 2012


USA censorship on the rise as YouTube censors video critical of government; Fox News pulls Judge Napolitano's Freedom Watch

What was arguably the very best liberty-oriented political show on cable television has been pulled by Fox News. Judge Andrew Napolitano'sFreedom Watchis being cancelled, according to a Fox News press release

February 13, 2012


FBI says paying for your morning coffee with cash a potential terrorist activity, urges coffee shop owners to report cash-paying customers to authorities

Purchasing a cup of coffee using cash instead of a credit or debit card, using Google Maps to view photos of sporting event stadiums and large cities, and installing software to protect your internet privacy on your mobile phone -- these and many other mundane

February 08, 2012

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ACTA is worse than SOPA, here's what you need to know

As a warrior for Internet freedom, you helped defeat the Stop Online Piracy Act, or SOPA by supporting Web black outs by sites like Wikipedia and by contacting your lawmaker to voice your displeasure. So loud was your voice that even the president of the United

January 29, 2012


EU signs ACTA, global internet censorship treaty

Today, the European Union and 22 member states signed the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced. They have now joined the US and seven other nations that signed the treaty last October.This signing ceremony merely

January 27, 2012

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Edible drug tracking microchips to be unveiled in UK by year's end

Imagine a world where the government monitors everything you eat and drink, and makes sure you take all your pharmaceutical drugs by feeding you an edible microchip that transmits this compliance information remotely to authorities. Such a world is almost a reality, as

January 24, 2012

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Beyond the cashless society: IBM's vision for the future

Fresh on the heels of India’s massive databasing program that is set to encompass all 1.2 billion members of its population, recent announcements by IBM should be drawing the attention of some 300 million Americans.IBM’s “IBM 5 in 5” predictions reveal part

January 16, 2012

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India implements first biometric ID program for all of its 1.2 billion residents

Over the past few months, I have written several articles dealing with the coming cashless society and the developing technological control grid. I also have written about the surge of government attempts to gain access to and force the use of biometric data for the

January 13, 2012