Spiritual Response to 4th Industrial Revolution

Submitted by Open on Sun, 10/25/2020 - 05:58

The 4th Industrial Revolution is upon us. What will that mean to how we live and work? What do the controllers of the shadow state have in mind? BUT, most importantly of all, how can we successfully mediate through this growing tidal wave of consciousness? Explored in this Facebook LiveStream with the Openhand energy...

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Anyone getting into the cryptocurrency space at this time needs to be aware that it could be a topsy turvey road through the Presidential election until things are stabilised. The general Crypto market has risen strongly in the last week. And particularly Bitcoin is going through a surge which could continue on. It's a great safe haven from all the ridiculous fiat money printing. However if the stock market were to crash around the election, that tends to bring the crypto prices down with it - temporarily. Meaning it would be a good opportunity to buy. So with the election only a week away, it might be a good opportunity to wait and research before you buy - if you're new to the market, to take some time to get established with a good wallet.

An easy way to begin buying crypto is with an online wallet like this one: Blockchain.com
(NB: Use the maximum levels of security as described in the post further below)
Here's another brilliant new project called Revolut

If you start getting any significant holdings of crypto, it would be good to get yourself a "hardware wallet", meaning your private keys to the blockchain are stored offline, so they can't be hacked. The Nano X hardware wallet is the leading one on the market right now...
Nano X on Ledger.com

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As I explained in my LiveStream about the 4th Industrial Revolution above, I'm definitely finding a strong flow of benevolence through this new technology, even if the shadow state is desperately playing catch up to lockdown and control.

Just the other day, I was in an online wallet I own, and a feeling sense caused me to look at a new crypto I'd not heard of before - my awareness was spiked. It was an interesting open source project called Algorand. I didn't feel I knew enough about it to buy any. It jumped in price 75% over night!

My main point being that if you explore what these cryptos are about and get a feeling sense of them, then you may well get some guidance as to whether to give them a try or not.

For example I'm getting some early notices about ethereum right now. The project has been hampered by high exchange fees and constrained number of processes per second. It's a problem because this is a big platform with twice the number of exchanges happening than Bitcoin (even though there's far more money invested in Bitcoin). The ethereum community is waiting for the immanent release of ethereum 2 - the second generation. If and when that happens, and if they've solved these key issues, then the project will spike pretty high. There's plenty of enthusiasm for it - so definitely one to watch.

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I strongly suggested in my LiveStream about the 4th Industrial Revolution that it would be worthwhile exploring the Blockchain and Crypto, especially since it's a way of moving out of the control of the centralised banking system, which is bleeding society and the planet dry. Since the LiveStream a number of people have asked me how best to begin?

Firstly it's crucial to do your own research because there are plenty of new ways to get involved that are emerging daily. I began with this website where you can create your own wallet and buy some of the leading cryptos like Bitcoin and Ethereum... Blockchain.com

Here's another brilliant new project called Revolut

IMPORTANT SECURITY NOTES: (1) If you use it, make sure you apply the highest level of security options (2) Although Blockchain will send you a notification email to confirm your email and IP on logging in, DO NOT respond to further emails because they could be phishing attempts (3) Make sure you protect your phone sim card by having good security for your mobile number established with the phone company - so the number can't be ported to another phone.

PS: if you get a significant holding of crypto, best to get a Hardware wallet...
Nano X on Ledger.com

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