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September 11, 2018, 11:53:21 PM
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the SEC is being treated like an emperor by the blockchainmovement,

but its not an altruistic organisation and it is not public, its a private interest representing body, founded by a private north american banking cartel, and not just that

that banking cartel is in "selfregulation" and the SEC is representing the "selfregulation" with the ultimate goal being the enrichment of the established,

and enslavement of the rest.

its ridiculous that the blockchain movement isnt threating private cartels that now act as if they are statist communists like emperors and kings.

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September 12, 2018, 09:31:41 AM
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Investment relatef the us would be an interesting market, but yes the sec‘s arrogance make me wanna puke. I think certain things need to be regulated, in a way smaller and entrepreneurial-friendly manner and with less emphasis on investors protection. Change will come faster, if they refuse to adapt they gonna miss out on pioneer roles. Even though the ICO market hs developed a little different than expected, it still drove innovation, helped on blockchain development and lets us identify the obstscles and chances working in this amazing time of technological development and possibly new world orders! Creating a more just world isnt maybe in the interest of the SEC though!
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September 12, 2018, 09:51:14 AM
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Investment relatef the us would be an interesting market, but yes the sec‘s arrogance make me wanna puke. I think certain things need to be regulated, in a way smaller and entrepreneurial-friendly manner and with less emphasis on investors protection. Change will come faster, if they refuse to adapt they gonna miss out on pioneer roles. Even though the ICO market hs developed a little different than expected, it still drove innovation, helped on blockchain development and lets us identify the obstscles and chances working in this amazing time of technological development and possibly new world orders! Creating a more just world isnt maybe in the interest of the SEC though!

SEC regulates everything to the advantage of the north american banking cartel and disadvantage to the rest of the american population

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September 14, 2018, 10:56:54 PM
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i cant stress the importance of having a healthy attitute towards the SEC

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