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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] FREEDOM RESERVE The New British Isles Currency on: May 23, 2021, 07:59:27 AM
You can now buy Freedom Reserve NFTs from:

selling out fast!
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Freedom Reserve speculation on: December 15, 2020, 11:24:41 PM
link to homepage

the market cap is currently $100k.

what are the possibilities for our coin
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] FREEDOM RESERVE The New British Isles Currency on: December 15, 2020, 04:55:26 PM
Freedom Reserve is now listed on coingecko.

website is also updated
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] FREEDOM RESERVE The New British Isles Currency on: December 01, 2020, 09:18:44 PM
Road map looks not very detailed, only 4 items like 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023 years. For example in 2021 team will be running various marketing experiments finding out what is most effective. I think you can do more in 1 year

You are right. Road map needs to be revised.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: As for all available crypto wallets it's always about it's private key on: November 28, 2020, 02:52:18 PM
Nice backup is really important in this industry. To own hardware wallet is not enough, they are not ethernal. Anyway, i just store everything in my non-custody ownr wallet and this is just enough for me

do you mindless vandals ever come back to check the replies to your posts?
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: About Freedom Reserve on: November 28, 2020, 02:40:53 PM
All that you have described about the same China - do you think that this will remain only within its framework? The point is that it is not  «welcome to China» but «welcome to the future» where money will really cease to exist in physical form. Where it is really necessary to have a certain basic set of applications for successful communication with the world. And Yes, where you will be asked to provide documents at any time and for refusal you will be immediately taken to the police station.
And let's not build illusions-cryptocurrencies are just as much a part of this world as messengers or government services apps. Moreover, this is the same side of the coin only with a different sauce. Do you think the governments of different countries will always put up with the fact that they can't control something?
No, this is not even welcome to China but welcome to cyberpunk

There needs to be an effective way for a human being to transact with other human beings outside of that orwellian dystopia. Thats what Freedom Reserve is. a blockchain with developers who really understand what is at stake.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: As for all available crypto wallets it's always about it's private key on: November 28, 2020, 02:34:43 PM
I agree here with the op everyone should have their own private key it is one of the rights of the user but some wallets doesn't allow you to have one such as the online wallets and exchange.

no private key = not your coins

sorry your submission was rejected due to not being 5 lines long and being a plagiarised opinion. do not pass go do not collect £400 do not ruin a once great forum.
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: About Freedom Reserve on: November 28, 2020, 02:32:22 PM
I have seen too many projects like this and most of them are only introducing scarcity of coins, never mentioning the difficulty of scaling payments. Freedom Reserve is like other projects, I still don't see any difference.
Freedom Reserve's idea of financial freedom is truly respectable, but it's impossible to implement it yet. Even Bitcoin is an asset that is gaining the attention of the world, but it has yet to be included in the international payment system. So what difference does Freedom Reserve make to be able to do such great things? Undecided

Freedom Reserve mainnet is a pirate fork of Avalanche blockchain which would allow 10k transactions per second and even more using sharding or side chains. (check github)

freedom reserve is a truly scalable system designed specifically to replace government fiat.
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: As for all available crypto wallets it's always about it's private key on: November 28, 2020, 02:04:06 PM
When people talk about hardware wallets they always don't talk about how it's important to still keep it's private key somewhere safe, they talked as if hardware wallets are impenetrable or their private keys can't get stolen, I'm tired of responding to such comments on here so instead I decide to create a topic out of it, whatsoever crypto wallet you are using you will still need to keep it's private key safe

You decided to create another time wasting pointless discussion thread to fill up you allotted number of posts for you bounty campaign and for your mission to achieve hero member in the shortest possible time and ruin a once great discussion forum.  well done I hope your family are proud of you
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: About Freedom Reserve on: November 28, 2020, 01:50:21 PM
'Chancellor on Brink of Second Bailout for Banks'

Since Satoshi Nakamoto wrote that opening line to the bitcoin white paper a lot has happened. But cryptocurrency has failed to live up to its early promise to change the world.

In 2011-2013 there was a feeling in the bitcoin community that this new form of independent money could actually free us from the control that governments had over our money as well as their ability to create money.

It was an intoxicating atmosphere that drew people to bitcoin with the promise that within a short time, the governments would be completely dissolved thanks to the total adoption of decentralised currency removing governments ability to borrow (sell debt) or spend (inflate fiat currency).

As of 2020, The situation of freedom is completely set back with paypal and banks colluding with the governments to unperson and de-platform dissidents using the financial system.

The people of the world still live under an out of control power mad regime of total control. so where did Bitcoin go wrong? why didn't we capitalise on the opportunity presented to us?

Looking at the history of crypto since its invention, it's obvious that there has been a strong effort by the western governments to fight back against cryptocurrency.

Starting around 2015 Christine lagarde began making statements signalling the start of governments fighting back against crypto. New York began cracking down on cryptocurrency and a whole host of so-called "anti money laundering" regulations started being put in place to stifle the new found freedom.

The centralised exchanges like coinbase, tether, binance and a whole host of other spineless organisations have willingly collaborated with these oppressive laws, Giving away data to the tax authorities and freezing assets under the orders of random government agencies, and demanding useless "KYC" information from innocent cryptocurrency users.

It didn't take long for the veil to drop and for the real agenda to be revealed: Complete control and wiping out of cryptocurrency as a force for change. Now the entire apparatus of the west's security state is in play against true decentralised cryptocurrency.

There are an estimated 93 million cryptocurrency users worldwide which is equal to the population of a large country. the cryptocurrency industry of ancillary businesses such as exchanges are valued in the tens of billions of dollars. isn't it time we started to shift the balance of this battle against fiat peddlers in our favour?

What can we do to fight back?

    Boycott collaborator services like coinbase. Coinbase deliberately harms their users by snitching them up to the tax authorities. Other exchanges who demand KYC must also be boycotted.
    Stop inviting blockchain analysis companies to events. Do not feed them information they are the enemy. They take filthy fiat government contracts and bring harm to cryptocurrency users. Do not invest in these companies and do everything you can to make them fail.
    Stop using centralised services like google, twitter and apple. These companies serve only the deep state. They have continually attempted to block the expansion of cryptocurrency. Ways must be found to circumvent these companies.
    Pay for more things with cryptocurrency directly. Do more to increase adoption by sellers.
    Use decentralised exchanges wherever possible. Use services that do not require KYC and do not cooperate with governments. If you must exchange cryptocurrency for fiat do it by selling p2p and not through a bank account.

Another way

Here at Freedom Reserve we have set about creating a true cryptocurrency independent of the state. We are designing the blockchain specifically to serve the people of the British Isles (all jurisdictions incl. Ireland)

This effort is in order to remove the power of the out of control British state to control the peoples money. it is a declaration of independence for the British people. We aim to compete directly with the British state in providing a unit of exchange and a store of value outside of the tax and banking system.

The early planning stages have been completed and we estimate our mainnet will be capable of delivering 5000tps more than enough for all transactions taking place in the British isles.

If you believe in freedom and that cryptocurrency can truly change the world then the time window for action is rapidly closing. we have to act fast and actively push for the independence of money and the end of the central bank fiat system. join us on Telegram
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: About Freedom Reserve on: November 28, 2020, 01:45:38 PM
A few people had queries on why Freedom Reserve was in any way different to any other cryptocurrency or beats the system we have now. So, I hope to explain, why I feel we should lend our support to this ambitious project.

Since that infamous month of march, when our glorious leaders essentially gifted themselves the ability to write themselves a blank cheque and play international one-upmanship of; who can get away with the greatest infringements on our freedoms. I found a new interest in watching the coming and goings of red and green lines on charts. Stocks, shares, gold, currencies and the curiosity of cryptocurrencies.

Since then I have not acquired my doctorate in financial magic from the London School of Economics and Wizardry, but I have learnt a lot about how money works, what it is and how the British government, or indeed every government can conjure up vast amounts of cash and slap the bill on me, my family, you and yours for the far foreseeable future.

The first thing to understand is what money is. For fun let me take you to the Indian Ocean, where a wealth of sea life exists in all it’s natural glory. Let us dive beneath the waves and look for the creature we are interested in, the Money Cowrie (It’s a snail by the way). It’s not even the whole snail we are interested in but rather it’s shell.

The shell of a Money Cowrie is the same as a coin. The more shells you have the greater your wealth. These small shells were collected and used to pay for things. The number of shells in the system is of course determined by the number of snails that have ever lived. If you had all the shells you would have all the wealth. But no one could possibly have all the shells though, many get lost, destroyed, damaged, buried, simply not collected, etc. Therefore, the value of the shell comes from it’s scarcity.

Nick Szabo has written a great article on this matter

We used to have a similar system, we used gold. It worked well until the whole World War One thing and the government realised they needed a way to borrow their way out of the massive hole they had dug the people of Britain into .

No one can have all the gold, some is accessible but there is still some in the earth’s crust and even in the depths of planets, as yet untouched by human hands. But that have also gone the way of the shell and is no longer the basis of our own currency systems. In 1931 Britain abandoned the gold standard. As did the USA in 1971.

So, what is the scarcity factor that our currency is based on today? Well that is the problem we face. Over the past decades we have allowed our governments to authorise the printing of money so they can afford the things they pledge to provide in return for your vote. They tend to gloss over this detail.

With a UK debt of over £2 trillion and growing by roughly £5,000 a second, what can we do to address the issue of being stuck on a hamster wheel of debt for yours and your descendants life.

One solution may come from the World Economic Forums, ‘Great Reset’. The slogan ‘Welcome to 2030, I Own Nothing, Have No Privacy And Life Has Never Been Better.’ comes from them. Another option is to look to China for help. Their ‘One Belt One Road’ initiative offers billions to countries to build massive infrastructure projects, like seaports, railway networks and roads. However, this is known to be a method of accelerating CCP subversion in nations that fall into its trap.

We as the masters of our own destiny must not allow ourselves or each other to blindly consume what the WEF, EU, National Governments, CCP, Central Banks or any other ‘elite group’ toss before us. As we can surely tell by now our welfare or betterment is none of their concern. Our willingness to use the very money they dish out to us is the means by which they control of us.

We have the power to enact our own Great Reset. With Freedom Reserve we also have the tools to make it a reality.

Freedom Reserve is a cryptocurrency with a defined scarcity. Only 80,000,000 FR coins will ever be in existence. So just like Gold or shells there can be no inflation or creation of more FR coins to enable reckless spending policies.

Our way of life as we see it today would not need to change. The technology we use right now would allow us to convert to using FR right now if we so wished. It would be no different to paying with any other form of contactless system or using your phone. Bills, groceries, clothes, wages, houses and birthday cards could all be paid for with FR, rather than the pound which has become the giant bloated beast that we are all burdened with feeding.

How do we make this change? It really is far simpler than you might think. Being a digital currency, you will need a digital wallet. This is simply a repository for your funds, just like a bank account. You would be able to pay for and receive payments via your wallet information which usually means scanning a QR code. You then exchange your current fiat money for Freedom Reserve. You can begin by exchanging as much or as little as you like. It’s that simple.

Over the past decade or so payments for goods and services via cryptocurrency has been the focus of countless projects. The Infamous Silk Road is one example of an economy which proved crypto as a serious contender for the future of currency.

As more and more people adopt the new currency the buying power increases. eventually 1FR will be equivalent to £1. Once the balance favours us and we top £1 per FR we can demand payments for goods and services to be made in FR rather than the less valuable £.

As of writing this 1 Bitcoin (BTC) is worth £16,791 and 1 Ethereum (ETH) is worth £506.99.

For further confirmation that those who rule over us fear the possibility of a Project like Freedom Reserve. New rules and regulations are being pushed for, that yet again undermine our freedoms and privacy. They are drafting and debating behind closed doors how to prevent people being able to unite against them and threaten their command over us.


For more information on this subject feel free to explore these links and discover the growing community.



12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / About Freedom Reserve on: November 28, 2020, 01:41:57 PM
I hold my hands up. I admit it. I do like to take the path of least resistance. I have neglected items off shopping lists just because the aisle was a bit crowded. I have told white lies to negate arguments or delays. Innocent things in the grand scheme. However, I am also guilty of not taking the slightest bit of interest in matters that I had convinced myself I had no purpose being interested in. This is something that, in hindsight, I am quite ashamed of.

I will further admit I was wilfully ignorant on a whole range of issues that I deemed irrelevant to my life. Why would I care about things such as geopolitics or global finance when I am not involved in either of those worlds. And there is the error in my thinking. I am indeed involved in those worlds as they are the world I live in, so do my children and one day: their children. As will yours.

Nothing happens in a vacuum. Events or advancements, from what seem like totally separated departments, tend to quickly find suspiciously common ground. I now find myself living in a world where billionaires orchestrate the response to viral pandemics, which are spring boarding us into an economic catastrophe, that just so happens to have been prepared for, which is endorsed by more billionaires and celebrities even royalty, Prince Charles.

If you have not heard of the ‘World Economic Forum’ or their plan for the ‘Great Reset’ allow me to summarise: Use a Global economic downturn to usher in a new era of technological integration for your daily life. The Fourth Industrial Revolution.

But what does it mean? Of course, it means better technologies such as mobile phones, gaming, Internet, connectivity, payment systems, better medical equipment, better crime fighting tools like surveillance and intelligence gathering. Great stuff, right.

As I stated earlier, I am guilty of taking the path of least resistance more than I like to admit. That is a trait found through the natural world. Animals will walk along established routes through the forest to save their energy. We built canals to transport goods easier, we use bridges to avoid valleys or rivers, we miss items off shopping lists to avoid busy aisles, we tell white lies.

So, you probably assume I like the idea of all this convenient new technology with its gadgets, gizmos and hi-tech do-dads. No, I do not. I implore you to ask yourself; Were you asked whether you want all this? Do you know the ramifications of all this technology, do you consent to being tracked and traced in real time through your devices or even being microchipped to make it even more convenient for the authorities or…whoever, to know what you’re up to, minute by minute.

I would like to tell you about a place in the world where new technologies are integrated far more into daily life than it currently is today for us in the UK for example.

Welcome to China in the year 2020. Please ensure you always keep your mobile phone on your person, you will require it for 90% of purchases you make. Well 100% if you live in a city like 60% of the population. leave your wallet at home as there is very little hard money in circulation any more. Ensure you have all the correct government approved apps downloaded, such as for the news and the track and trace app. Ensure you have your ID on hand to provide the authorities with your details when asked. You will not have access to many public services without it. Ensure you allow the facial recognition cameras that monitor your activity day to day to recognise you as it’s important that your social credit score is kept accurately via these cameras and your other accumulated data, as it will be used to determine your approval for jobs, loan applications, use of public transport and allowance of tea breaks.

Over the course of the next few years greater and greater liberties will be taken by our government, authorities and corporations to micromanage our lives so that we work to their benefit and furtherance rather than vice versa.

The main method of control they will have over you is through your access to money. I realised the other day I had not used small change to make a purchase in quite a while. In fact, at a supermarket I became a fumbling mess when I tried to find a spare pound coin for a trolley. The contactless system of payment has changed my day to day comings and goings. Furthermore, having accumulated all the money in my home into one pile the amount of cash I had right then was £55.20. The rest of my money was mere digits on a phone screen. It made me think; If the banks so wished they could at this point stop issuing cash entirely. Life would go on. But what would that mean? We would have lost a huge portion of our privacy in a moment.

What if I wanted to buy an ice cream on my lunch break? My wife, who shares my account would know I bought something other than my usual cheese sandwich. My bank would know, if they deemed necessary, the Police, HMRC and any number of shady organisations that are out there. What else could they know about me coupled with other data such as phone calls, CCTV and internet search history, the whole idea of privacy becomes obsolete. This is real and happening now. It’s called metadata and has been used for years. In the words of the former NSA Chief Michael Haden “we kill people based on metadata ”.

I have walked blindly through life enjoying the comforts and luxuries that occupy my brain moment by moment assuming everything is in hand, that advancement such as smartphones, cashless societies, surveillance and billionaires are of no real consequence to each other nor me. However, I would like to tell you they are intimately entwined, and the modern-day China example is the future earmarked for us.

It may have been a long winded, or scenic route for getting to the point of this whole piece, but here it is. In the coming years whether you like it or not, huge changes are coming in the way we live our day to day lives. The tool they will use to force these changes is through your access to money. Yes, you will be encouraged to spend, save, borrow and donate etc but what will you be doing it with?

It won’t be with coins or notes. They will go the same way as the shilling and the cheque. It will all be replaced with a digital format. In which case, what is your wealth other than digits on a screen? What value does your money have? How is its value gauged? How does it compare to other currencies around the globe? Or will there even be a need for various currencies.

The answer to this is, whatever they give you. But it will be a digitized currency created by the same lot of people who turned away from the gold backed system so they could print more money to save themselves from the consequences of their poor management, outright greed and which debt trapped millions.

There does however exist an opportunity to take the initiative away from those who seek to trap us in the system in this new way. We can reject the future they have chosen for us and substitute our own. Redress the balance of power in the peoples’ favour. It may sound simplistic but that is the beauty of Freedom Reserve.

Freedom Reserve is a cryptocurrency project with a simple and clear mission: Issue sound deflationary money to replace debased fiat currency. Create a safe haven for people to protect their wealth from inflation. Give ordinary people the ability to avoid expropriation by the State. Generate a new economy free from government taxation and interference.

To make the move onto this new platform requires a small amount of re-learning when it comes to money, but people have survived the change to decimalisation, the Euro and even the switch to plastic ten-pound notes.

We have this short time window during this time of unprecedented change to make a stand.

In my next article I will tell you how I came to discover this new cryptocurrency and what drew me in to participating in its community.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] FREEDOM RESERVE The New British Isles Currency on: November 28, 2020, 12:57:43 PM
Community blog: its broken but how do we fix it?
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] FREEDOM RESERVE The New British Isles Currency on: November 27, 2020, 06:20:20 PM
Blog post: How to make crypto mightier than the sword

Blog from community: The Future You Choose
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] FREEDOM RESERVE The New British Isles Currency on: November 27, 2020, 06:16:03 PM
"A zero rate of inflation, distributed fairly to those who need it most" - it sounds good but not real as for me. How it can be realised?

That's easy. It has a market cap of only $40,000 right now so you can buy a whale bag for like 10 bucks.
We are also forking AVAX for our mainnet (Check github) Smiley
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: The Future You Choose on: November 26, 2020, 08:42:50 PM
who are these spammers now
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: The Future You Choose on: November 26, 2020, 07:03:37 PM
an interesting article one of our community members wrote. just wanted to share it here
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] FREEDOM RESERVE The New British Isles Currency on: November 26, 2020, 05:34:56 PM


19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / The Future You Choose on: November 26, 2020, 05:32:45 PM
The Future You Choose
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: - Cryptocurrency price index on: November 19, 2020, 09:04:48 AM
Application for Freedom Reserve listing on worldcoinindex:

Name: Freedom Reserve
Ticker: FR
Total supply: 80,000,000
Circ. supply: 80,000,000


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