Venezuela will start selling oil for cryptocurrency in order to get away from the influence of the dollar


According to the Venezuelan newspaper El Nacional, President Nicolas Maduro has announced that oil will be sold for cryptocurrency petro:


We will sell Venezuelan oil for petro, we already sell Venezuelan iron and steel for petro.

In addition to iron, steel and oil, the Bolivarian Republic will sell aluminum and part of gold for cryptocurrency. And these are not just plans, they are already backed by signed contracts.

The introduction of cryptocurrency Nicolas Maduro announced in October 2017. Petro was put into circulation by Caracas on the basis of the Ethereum blockchain platform since February 2018 in response to economic sanctions by the United States. Its rate depends on the price of a barrel of oil produced in the country. Petro is tied to the national currency - the sovereign bolivar.

According to the president of the country, the introduction of cryptocurrency in the daily life of citizens is a success, as shown by test tests. So, on the eve of the New Year holidays, Venezuelan pensioners and public servants received benefits in petro.

If the experience of this Latin American country is successful, it will become an example for those who decide to get out of the influence of American sanctions and the power of the dollar.
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  1. knn54 3 January 2020 11: 46 New
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    Maduro, success!
    1. SRC P-15 3 January 2020 11: 56 New
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      So, on the eve of the New Year holidays, Venezuelan pensioners and public servants received benefits in petro.

      I don’t peter anything about this: but how do they cash out these petro?
      1. maidan.izrailovich 3 January 2020 12: 24 New
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        I don’t peter anything about this: but how do they cash out these petro?

        Venezuela is the No. 1 oil barrel in the world.
        And first of all, oil buyers will have the smut. Where to get these petro? It is the buyers who will come up with how to transfer from one currency to another.
        1. Piramidon 3 January 2020 13: 27 New
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          Quote: maidan.izrailovich
          I don’t peter anything about this: but how do they cash out these petro?

          Venezuela is the No. 1 oil barrel in the world.
          And first of all, oil buyers will have the smut. Where to get these petro? It is the buyers who will come up with how to transfer from one currency to another.

          I also don’t peter anything in these cryptocurrencies, but it seems to me that this is another invention of the Yankees? request If this is so, then again they in this wallet rule. Who understands this crap, please explain. hi
          1. Shurik70 3 January 2020 15: 19 New
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            But do not Americans get profits from cryptocurrency?
            1. Piramidon 3 January 2020 17: 08 New
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              Quote: Shurik70
              But do not Americans get profits from cryptocurrency?

              Somehow you answered me in Jewish - a question for a question.
            2. Po-tzan 3 January 2020 20: 42 New
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              Quote: Shurik70
              But do not Americans get profits from cryptocurrency?


              Yes. But ordinary people don’t have to know about it. It’s better to continue to settle on sofas in honor of crossing over the USA and praise the multi-way Madura.
      2. Tusv 3 January 2020 12: 25 New
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        Quote: SRC P-15
        I don’t peter anything about this: but how do they cash out these petro?

        Yes. Sanya finance is not air defense, where the target is winking, then ours. In fort knox and our gold is stored. Well, how is this ensured. About the same as our ruble loan to the Turks. A customer somewhere in some banks buys this petro, then they pay for oil. By the way, a trick known since the time of Nazi Germany
        1. Dart2027 3 January 2020 12: 54 New
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          Quote: Tusv
          In fort knox and our gold is stored.

          I mean, Russian? Source?
          1. Tusv 3 January 2020 12: 58 New
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            Quote: Dart2027
            I mean, Russian? Source?

            Well, entering the Bretton Woods system, the US gave us dollars so much. The source of the system itself hi
            Read and gain knowledge
            1. Dart2027 3 January 2020 13: 01 New
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              Quote: Tusv
              Read and gain knowledge

              That is, there is no source?
              1. Tusv 3 January 2020 13: 05 New
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                Quote: Dart2027
                That is, there is no source?

                The source is the contract. The contract itself, which is on the Internet. Read
                1. Dart2027 3 January 2020 15: 26 New
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                  Quote: Tusv
                  The contract itself, which is on the Internet. Read

                  Specific link please.
                2. Lena Petrova 3 January 2020 19: 40 New
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                  All Russian gold is stored in the Russian Federation. Most in the Central Bank, less in St. Petersburg and Yburg. Fort Knox reserves can be seriously discussed only after an international audit, otherwise they may turn out to be a simple fiction. Which, indirectly, confirms the US debt. Some private storage volumes are possible, but this is a private matter of the owners.
                  1. mikstepanenko 3 January 2020 20: 06 New
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                    Fort Knox had a well-known story about the stocks of the Chinese. They demanded that part of the debt be repaid in gold, it was 15 years ago or more. They received the required bullion. But the Chinese people are not delicate and ingots are drilled for testing. It turned out that under the layer of gold there is tungsten, their densities are very close. Then the scandal was hushed up and the ingots exchanged, a question for the rest of the fort gold.
              2. Piramidon 3 January 2020 13: 37 New
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                Quote: Dart2027
                Quote: Tusv
                Read and gain knowledge

                That is, there is no source?

                It is not necessary to assume that we stupidly transported gold to them at Fort Knox and loaded it for storage. If you think globally, then all of these "securities" (including "green candy wrappers") of the United States, purchased by us, must be provided with GOLD. If now we offer them all this for payment, then "Old Man will not have a gold reserve." So there is no need for "sources", only the head. hi
                1. Tusv 3 January 2020 15: 29 New
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                  Quote: Piramidon
                  It is not necessary to assume that we stupidly transported gold to them at Fort Knox and loaded it for storage.

                  Correctly. Question at what rate. America was also on the brink. Yes now, when we put forward our claims on our gold. America doesn't like it hi
                2. mikstepanenko 3 January 2020 20: 08 New
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                  That's why the states refused to peg the dollar to gold.
                3. Astronaut 4 January 2020 02: 08 New
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                  green candy wrappers Americans untied from gold back in the 70s
          2. Astronaut 4 January 2020 02: 07 New
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            This is it about gold, which was paid by Lend-Lease, provided that the gold remains in Fort Knox))
            1. Dart2027 4 January 2020 07: 06 New
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              Quote: Astronaut
              This is it about gold, which was paid by Lend Lease

              The gold that was given as a payment is no longer ours, and their gold has no relation to the Russian Federation either.
      3. Felix 3 January 2020 15: 29 New
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        Quote: SRC P-15
        I don’t peter anything about this: but how do they cash out these petro?

        On any cryptocurrency exchange.
      4. abc_alex 10 January 2020 12: 27 New
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        Quote: SRC P-15
        I don’t peter anything about this: but how do they cash out these petro?

        This is not necessary at all. You ultimately need not money, but goods. If you can exchange petro for goods, cashing is not required at all. Bind the “normal” currency rate to this petro for transparency of pricing and get a working scheme.
    2. Positiv 3 January 2020 11: 59 New
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      Quote: knn54
      Maduro, success!

      I also wish him in this dangerous business .. U Gadafi, I remember, there was an attempt .. U De Gaulle too ..
      Now Russia and China are trying to jump out of the dictates of the dollar.
      This business is not fast, but NEED !!!!!
      1. bessmertniy 3 January 2020 12: 03 New
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        Sanctions are the mechanism that helps cryptocurrencies grow stronger and make them an effective means of payment.
        1. Prok7tu 3 January 2020 12: 57 New
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          But not in the case of Venezuela.
          "So, on the eve of the New Year holidays, Venezuelan pensioners and government employees received petro benefits."
          Comments of these pensioners can be heard? Are they happy with the happiness that has fallen from heaven? By this coercion?
          How can el petro be an independent cryptocurrency if it is tied to other people's blockchains?
          Further. In Venezuela, bitcoin is above petro. How will the latter compete?
          Further. Petro is not attached to all oil reserves, but only to the Ayacucho field. Work on which, by the way, is still not underway.
          Petro is also attached to Bolivar, even if it is denominated. But are millions of percent inflation behind? Already not repeated?
          In general, all this is bullshit.
          Business must be dealt with. And not nonsense.
          Establish organization of production, and give preferences to medium and small businesses. And do not rely on cryptocurrencies, as a panacea.
      2. maidan.izrailovich 3 January 2020 12: 31 New
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        Now Russia and China are trying to jump out of the dictates of the dollar.

        Remember, most recently we were all waiting for the American invasion of Venezuela? But it never took place. So maybe there is some connection with the positions of Russia and China, and the events in Venezuela? Surely we don’t know much. And now we see only the continuation of the consolidated policies of our countries. It is unlikely that Maduro would have decided on such an unfriendly (hostile) step towards the United States, had he not had behind him the approval of Moscow and Beijing.
      3. Brturin 3 January 2020 15: 36 New
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        Quote: Pozitiv
        Now Russia and China are trying to jump out of the dictates of the dollar. This business is not fast, but NEED !!!!!

        So you can add the EU here. These are not just to jump out, but in December 2018 they developed a whole plan to abandon the dollar and strengthen the role of the euro - to include in the energy supply agreements the default euro provision, develop euro-denominated futures and options for oil and oil products, expand trade in euros in the markets of metals, agricultural goods ..., banking instruments in euros .... there is no optimism about this, but we will see. And the mechanism for circumventing US EU sanctions in trade with Iran INSTEX ... the more states wave their sanctions, the more there will be such attempts, and then the quantity can turn into quality
    3. Monster_Fat 3 January 2020 12: 23 New
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      The move is interesting, but there are several "Buts": 1) the Ethereum platform - a private shop and its nodes belong to private owners, that is, in fact, it is not "independent", 2) "crypto" are not money, but are traded on the exchange " a resource ", in other words, the price of your" crypto "is determined by the" exchange ", you also need to place your" crypto "on the exchange, and maintaining a crypto exchange costs money and not small, 3) direct withdrawal of money from" crypto "is impossible, Maduro decided to tie his petro to his affiliated banks, I don’t even know to whom and how he sells his it’s through “crypto”, not only to Russia, because nowhere is this “petro” needed for nothing, 4) any “crypto” simply has “monstrous volatility — that is, on the exchange its price jumps several times a day, and it means selling through “crypto” is a very risky business. 5) due to the volatility of crypto, it is impossible to carry out long-term planning of your financial activities — that is, it is not clear how much “money” you will have in your wallet “tomorrow”, 6) crypto vulnerable and despite improving protection, constantly stolen by hackers, the same Ethereum exchange has exposed a catastrophic attack by hackers as a result of which she had to split up, etc. 7) the ability to create "their" cryptocurrencies for literally everyone on the basis of one platform is .... judge for yourself what it is if, for example, about 1000 already exist on the Ethereum platform ! "cryptocurrencies.
      1. rich 3 January 2020 12: 31 New
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        Who knows, maybe it is Venezuela with its petro that will become the catalyst for the adoption of Bitcoin on a planetary scale, because the world wars began with a pistol shot? ..
        1. Monster_Fat 3 January 2020 12: 39 New
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          I’ll continue about crypto. Now, the crypto market is undergoing major changes. What kind? And here are some: the US and China will take control of the crypto market (yes, they are already taking it). How? And it’s very simple - the withdrawal of money from the “crypto” in their currency can be carried out without penalties, only on exchange platforms controlled by these countries. That is, withdraw in dollars? Yes, it’s not a question, only through the affiliated USA exchange and tax payment in a progressive form! Withdraw in RMB? - the same thing! Derive from "petro"? Gee-gee-only in "bolivars" or in kg of Venezuelan "steel".
          1. Vlad.by 3 January 2020 13: 58 New
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            So, in principle, any country in its territory is able to organize both “printing” of cryptocurrency and its withdrawal from the network.
            The question is what to bring it to - the local bolivar is riding no worse than an unrogged horse, in theory, they want to leave, the yuan and the ruble are far, gold, with a weak local Ministry of Internal Affairs there will only be corpses ...
            Oil? How to use it as a measure? How dad teaspoons sugar to sell?
            In short, questions, questions.
            But, the direction is right
            Maduro would be good advisers, but power support in the form of OCHAS ...
  2. Kerensky 3 January 2020 11: 51 New
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    Question: who holds the platform? Selling even parts of a real product, let alone gold, for units and zeros of code ...
    It's like saving bitcoins for a rainy day ...
    1. Scoun 3 January 2020 11: 58 New
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      Quote: Kerensky
      Question: who holds the platform?

      The question is interesting. When ours created offshore zones such as the port of Vladivostok, Russky Island, then our specialists worked out the issue of creating and launching cryptocurrency in Venezuela.
      Maybe ours together and keep the issue under control, while studying and improving.
    2. maidan.izrailovich 3 January 2020 12: 40 New
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      Question: who holds the platform?

      The question must be posed broader. Such actions lead to a weakening of the dollar empire.
      World currency should be produced by countries primarily possessing (selling) resources. And the countries producing the most goods. China is the world's No. 1 factory in the world. Russia is the country with the largest resources in the world.
      But of course, the dollar just does not fall. And we need a consolidated policy in this direction of all interested countries. And perhaps this is what we are observing.
      The most interesting is ahead. What will the US answer?
      1. Kerensky 3 January 2020 12: 55 New
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        The question must be posed broader.

        Why wider? Because:
        Such actions lead to a weakening of the dollar empire.
        ?
        Not at all! Let's say oil and part of the gold are sold for cryptocurrency. What to do with her? And if the platform is banged?
        Avon as the Turkish lira just collapsed when they wanted. What, the Turks began to produce less in a couple of days? No. The team just came to the exchanges - Turkish money is trading cheaper.

        World currency should be produced by countries primarily possessing (selling) resources. And the countries producing the most goods.

        But ISIS (furry point) began to mint a full-fledged gold coin. How to be here?
  3. Finn 3 January 2020 11: 53 New
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    I wonder why not to sell for Bolivars, better for the nat. currency?
    1. Positiv 3 January 2020 12: 00 New
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      Quote: Finn
      I wonder why not to sell for Bolivars, better for the nat. currency?

      Not beneficial to the world Zionists who print dollars in the United States .. hi
    2. Blackmokona 3 January 2020 12: 18 New
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      Bolivars have already been discounted to the level of Zimbabwean candy wrappers
    3. Monster_Fat 3 January 2020 13: 04 New
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      I wonder why not to sell for Bolivars, better for the nat. currency?

      Likbez about the "Bolivar":

      1. Avior 3 January 2020 13: 55 New
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        Yes, clearly ....
      2. Finn 3 January 2020 15: 51 New
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        Another educational program is needed. What is the difference in the exchange rate against the Bolivar dollar, well, they will receive for a certain amount of oil not 1000 dollars, but 1000000 bolivars. They will buy for 1000000, as well as for 1000. What is the difference?
        1. Blackmokona 3 January 2020 16: 09 New
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          We conclude a deal in 2019 goal that in 2020 will be realized before the end of the year, the sale of 1 million barrels for a billion bolivars.
          The year 2020 is coming. For 1 billion bolivars, due to inflation, they already give only 50 bucks. Your trading partner changes 50 bucks for 1 billion bolivars, and buys a million barrels of oil from you under the contract. For the proceeds from the sale of a million barrels of oil, you can extract only 3 barrels of oil from the earth. You go to cry in the corner.
          Therefore, it is incredibly important to conduct trading transactions in a stable currency, otherwise one of the trading partners can easily lose everything. Any non-instant transactions become too risky for their implementation.
          1. Finn 3 January 2020 16: 49 New
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            Ah, well, if not instant, then I agree.
  4. sabakina 3 January 2020 12: 13 New
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    Cryptocurrency to the peak of the US is good, but what about the security of such a currency?
    1. Blackmokona 3 January 2020 12: 18 New
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      Petro is not a cryptocurrency, there are not all cryptocurrency mechanisms there. This is an analogue of bolivars. Just without cash
      1. sabakina 3 January 2020 12: 20 New
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        It turns out that they only go inside the country?
        1. Blackmokona 3 January 2020 12: 25 New
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          She also does not walk inside. It can only be converted into normal currency at a predatory rate and that's it
          On December 7, Venezuelan pensioners were faced with the fact that their pension payments were automatically transferred to the Petro cryptocurrency; at the same time, local stores did not accept it for payment [5] [4], as well as crypto-exchanges and leading payments in the cryptocurrency of the company.
  5. rocket757 3 January 2020 12: 15 New
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    They do not want to destroy their world .... he, that world, will resist and BEAT in response.
    Without reliable associates, the matter ... is doubtful.
  6. Tusv 3 January 2020 12: 16 New
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    Another run over the Bretton Woods system. What a beast such a BVS. These are dollars in exchange for gold with the possibility of a reverse exchange. What kind of USA will allow a reverse exchange, everything eats up the American military budget. But ruble credit cards and cryptocurrencies Russian gold can and should be returned to their homeland, at the same time leaving DARPA without a penny
    1. Lycan 3 January 2020 12: 57 New
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      Quote: Tusv
      hitting the Bretton Woods system

      Amendment: to the Jamaican currency system (1976-1978).
      1. Tusv 3 January 2020 13: 01 New
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        Amendment: to the Jamaican currency system (1976-1978).

        Tell us about her. Guys don’t know drinks
        1. Lycan 3 January 2020 22: 45 New
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          Here - briefly about Bretton Wood:
          https://www.banki.ru/wikibank/bretton-vudskaya_valyutnaya_sistema/
          Here - average about Jamaican:
          https://works.doklad.ru/view/vIw-sknxWdE.html
  7. Jack O'Neill 3 January 2020 12: 22 New
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    And what will they buy for the cue ball? Will we sell them fighters for the cue ball? No. Who will sell them any goods for "cue ball"? I doubt it ...
    Those. they will have to "cue" into the currency - world, market currency, i.e. - dollar. And how much will they lose as a percentage of the “cue ball"?
    The chief finance officer in Venezuela went kukukha or what?
    1. Blackmokona 3 January 2020 12: 34 New
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      The economy has gone there for a long time, they have no money there even for feeding the golden chicken of the oil industry.
      1. Tusv 3 January 2020 12: 54 New
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        Quote: BlackMokona
        The economy has gone there for a long time, they have no money there even for feeding the golden chicken of the oil industry.

        The question is whose oil this will be. Russian Ali American. We or the Yankees get it cheap
      2. Jack O'Neill 3 January 2020 13: 01 New
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        Oil is their bread!
        This, by the way, shows the level of the country. Here, take the same UAE, which also lived on oil, but now a very large part of the income is tourism. What about Venezuela? As they sat on the needle, they sit, which will destroy them.
        If there was a desire, then they would have found an additional way of earning, but they do not seem to need it.
  8. GRIGORIY76 3 January 2020 13: 19 New
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    And then they will also buy toilet paper for crypto?
  9. Connor MacLeod 3 January 2020 13: 20 New
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    Well, this cryptocurrency will collapse. Would sell for yuan and rubles. And bolivar would be tied to these currencies.
    1. Snail N9 3 January 2020 13: 42 New
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      It won’t roll over the yuan — China is bound by an “agreement” with the US on the yuan (although the Chinese are “trading” with Iran, but there is a halyard “barter”, as well as with the EU). But for rubles ... And by the way, such a solution was proposed - create crypto = currency based on the ruble among BRICS and Venezuela-ruble, poorly traded poorly then on exchanges (pools of at least 250000 rubles), but Brazil (the invaded USA) offered it’s precisely its currency, the basis of crypto, that India-type did not agree with, but what is worse than rupee? Well off and on. But there was a chance ... So that the United States would no longer have this “chance” and impose its “hellish sanctions” —those sanctions will go to the very “end” —that is, to remove any attractiveness of ruble assets for investors, and for exchange trading. I’m wondering, what is the Central Bank of Russia preparing to counter this? No, not “negative rates on foreign currency deposits” — an absurd stupidity that will give rise to an even greater outflow of currency from the country and the opening of a “black market” for its movement, which will require government spending on its identification and liquidation, which is impossible in principle, but something more " smart "?
    2. rich 4 January 2020 02: 42 New
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      Connor MacLeod (Zhenya):Would sell for yuan and rubles. And bolivar would be tied to these currencies.

      Bolivar two can not stand (s)
      1. Connor MacLeod 4 January 2020 02: 54 New
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        Have you heard about the dual-currency basket?
        1. rich 4 January 2020 04: 03 New
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          And I heard about the dual-currency basket, and about EG
          The question of backfilling is who?
          1. svp67 4 January 2020 04: 22 New
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            Quote: Rich
            The question of backfilling is who?

            I'm afraid to fall asleep but it really looks like William Sidney Porter
            For the fullness of his life, a person must experience poverty, love and war. But not at once.
            They were told ...
            1. rich 4 January 2020 04: 49 New
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              Sergey, good morning
              I did not doubt your erudition, but Zhenya, who Connor MacLeod did not give an answer. He apparently took the catch phrase About Henry exclusively to the Venezuelan currency. This is EG, unfortunately
              1. svp67 4 January 2020 13: 16 New
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                Good day Dmitry hi Thanks for your kind words
                Quote: Rich
                Catch phrase about Henry

                We do not have far here the equestrian club Bolivar is called. When I found out honestly, I didn’t know what to think ... what
  10. 7,62h54 3 January 2020 13: 42 New
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    Interestingly, has Gref already begun to mine these petros? Or only trusts bitcoins?
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      It’s impossible to mine Petro, there isn’t such a function there
  11. Alexander X 3 January 2020 13: 44 New
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    Suppose I want to buy oil in Venezuela. So I must first buy their cue ball? For what currency will they sell them to me? Or first I’ll sell them, say, a dozen fighters. They are cue ball to me and then I will buy oil? How realistically will Venezuela conduct trading operations?
    But the very idea of ​​providing the currency with real mat.values ​​is good and destroys the unsecured dollar.
  12. bratchanin3 3 January 2020 13: 54 New
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    What a bad precedent for the Americans! If every country starts selling its assets for HIS money, then where will the Americans go? And who will need their paper candy wrappers ??
    1. ender 3 January 2020 16: 30 New
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      and if the trade balance is not zero, what to do next with this money?
      and what will the rate of this money be tied to? anyway to the dollar?
      1. bratchanin3 4 January 2020 13: 50 New
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        But besides US dollars there is also such an international equivalent as gold and other precious metals!
  13. Alexander X 3 January 2020 16: 48 New
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    Quote: ender
    and if the trade balance is not zero, what to do next with this money?
    and what will the rate of this money be tied to?

    So to the cost of oil in the country ... The article says this.
    1. ender 3 January 2020 17: 44 New
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      where does the cost in the country? they export it. and in what currency is the oil price calculated on the world market?
  14. NF68 3 January 2020 17: 05 New
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    Now wait for the next batch of nasty things from the USA.
  15. gorenina91 3 January 2020 17: 36 New
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    -And how will the price of this Venezuelan oil be set ???
  16. Lena Petrova 3 January 2020 19: 42 New
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    Quote: maidan.izrailovich
    The most interesting is ahead. What will the US answer?

    The construction of new submarines and aircraft carriers.
  17. ficus2003 3 January 2020 21: 28 New
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    I’m glad, but I would like to know how this affects the sanctions and the power of the dollar, because their currency (bollyvar) is still so weak that almost no country accepts payment, and you can’t buy common goods for your cryptocurrency from other countries - they need a dollar, euro, or at worst yuan.
  18. Zusul 4 January 2020 01: 58 New
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    And what prevented selling in bolivars? The same eggs, only in profile
  19. Nikolaevich I 4 January 2020 01: 58 New
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    Yoksel-Moksel! Well, how to get along for a senior citizen in this world? belay When we were told that cybernetics, genetics is the "corrupt girls of imperialism", we believed! yes When it was explained to us that cryptocurrencies are the infamous invention of the Pentagon, we again believed! fellow But already “hints blink in the night”, that our country is “ok” with cryptocurrency, as well as with “cybernetics genetics”! fool