Ok fake Jerzy,
we are done. I have enough to charge you with so many crimes, you fell for my bait.
You obviously have no idea what a legal definition of a scam is.
Meta 1 operates under the full aspect of the law under U.S. code 28.
It also uses smart contracts posted on blockchain that is available for all the world to see and everything, all the art, its value, etc is verified by third parties such as the largest art brokers in the world, Sotheby's. But, I wonder if an ignorant man like you even knows what blockchain and smart contracts are.
If Meta 1 was a scam it would have been discovered long ago by various art dealers and the largest art brokers in the world. Wall street brokers would have called this out long ago if it was a scam. They would all have called them out as scammers and cheaters a long time ago.
But I guess you think you're so smart you know more than the best people on Wall Street and the best art brokers in the world.
All of Meta1's art and it's value is verified by them. That's why art museums are waiting to get in and Wall Street brokers are wanting up to purchase the coins once they go public.
and oh yes, Robert recently turned down an offer to buy over $2 billion of coin. And it's all registered as public record. No lie, public records are available for the whole world to see.
So it appears you and your accomplices are so smart and you seem to know more than all of the best of the best that deal in billion dollar transactions on a regular basis.
Let's see if you have the courage to post this on OOM's website.
So, fake Jerzy, your ignorance and hatred has caught up with you.
We've had enough, you'll be served with legal notices soon.
From: Jerzy Babkowski
Sent: Friday, January 4, 2019 4:25 PM
U were warned u bloated asshole scamme
Dave Schmidt threats- im not scared you LYING SACK OF FECES
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2 Re: Dave Schmidt threats- im not scared you LYING SACK OF FECES on Thu Jan 10, 2019 12:02 am
Seems to me the person that should be proving things is NOT the fake Jerzy lol
typical ex-politician deflection.
here is the def for scam Dave... just saying that imo you seem to fit it to the tee.
Word forms: scams, scamming, scammed
1. transitive verb
If someone scams a person or organization, they deceive them in order to get something valuable from them, especially money.
When I told them they were being scammed, they couldn't believe it.
Ryan's campaign fund allegedly scammed the state out of a million dollars.
...a prisoner who scammed his way out of court.
2. countable noun
A scam is an illegal trick, usually with the purpose of getting money from people or avoiding paying tax.
They believed they were participating in an insurance scam, not a murder.
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If this was a legit business opportunity why would one have to sign an NDA? Why not share with the world the assets and list the priceless art? btw... to authenticate an art piece you take it to an independent established specialist... you don't claim to have one on your payroll. These people are morons and every part of their business is fraud!
WWMD - What would Metatron do?
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The Sedona Connection
with Dave Schmidt
|Update on the Currency Exchange|
Welcome to the new year. This is a good time for me to give an overall update and to clarify some of my positions on the currency exchange. If you notice I do not use the term RV or GCR. Those are terms that are floating around on various blog sites and reports. I have yet to find anyone who can diligently describe the "how" and "who" of an RV/GCR. The various sites talk about when and how much money, the rates, but never describe how it is going to happen, i.e, the logistics and who is going to come up with the scores of trillions of dollars to pay for what they describe. This has been an ongoing process for over a decade for some folks. We all seemed to start out believing some friends or various reports, but few have been able to get to the bottom of the "how" and "who."
So it is important to understand there is a private and public perceptive to this process. I only work with the private side and have nothing to do with those who think there will be a public exchange.
Through my five years of this process I have always worked on diligently making sure my information comes from sources who understand the "how" and "who." The last thing I want to do is be here in this process without there being solid substance to what I am sharing with you.
In the last 4 years I have made 4 trips to Hong Kong to meet with various representatives of the Dragon Families, the holders of a vast sum of gold for thousands of years. Three years ago I was to be taken into the largest gold storage facility in the world located in Hong Kong. Two days prior, I was in a business meeting with the individual to take me in when he proceeded to have a heart attack. This was unusual as he was only 39 years old. We later learned this was an assassination attempt on his life. It was obvious they did not want us going in there.
Since then I have been in contact with sources that have direct contact with the top council of elders of the Families. I have had two meetings with a gentleman who is connected to the top Elder and he described the funds and the bank accounts that are established backed by the gold the Families have.
It is important to understand the Dragon Families are not all the same. Some are "black hats" that work with the cabal and some are "white hats" wanting to fund a new global financial system for the benefit of humanity.
Some have asked how certain I am of this process and involvement. Well, I operate at a level where my phones and emails are constantly tapped. I have had two assassination attempts on my life, been with a man who had one on him and have personally meet with a very high level individual who later was murdered for what he knew and his involvement in this process. Believe me, I wouldn't stay here involved in this process if I didn't believe it was real and made sense.
It's also important to understand the Families are not the only source of the funds. There is another source paying for private currency exchanges and bond redemptions with limited groups and individuals. This source is organized amongst the "white hats" of various countries and have over a couple of decades secured scores of trillions of dollars from a private form of off market trading platforms.
There are other subsidiary funding groups, but all funds start with these two primary sources. Neither of these sources of funds have ever said they were going to fund a public currency exchange, RV or GCR. They are only funding limited groups and individuals through private exchanges. I am involved with both funding sources.
This has been a scenario that has frequently changed over the years, so nothing in this process is etched in stone until the funds are to be released. There are thousands of people that have already turned in their currencies through different brokers/dealers, I am one of those. Those individuals are the ones involved in the term I have described as "round 1." Remember, if you have not already turned your currency over to a legitimate broker/dealer, you are not involved in round 1.
So many seem to be asking what is taking so long. Plain and simple, it is about safety and security of moving the funds. All money moves through the worldwide central banking system. They control the movement of funds from bank to bank and country to country. The cable have highly efficient hackers that can hack into certain bank accounts and steal the money off the money wires when funds are moved. This has happened to the Families bank accounts multiple times. Because the corruption is so deep and international, it takes a long period of time to weed out the corrupt banks and personnel and make sure the funds can be moved safely. I have been told multiple times that if the funding sources tried to pay out funds in the private exchanges, there was no guarantee anyone would receive their funds.
We are being told we are very close to the system being safe. We will probably see some test cases before large sums are moved to the multiple sources.
For those who have currencies but have not turned them in, they are placed in the "round 2" group. Please understand round 1 and round 2 are my terms I use with those on my list. I have talked about round 2 being paid out after round 1 is completed. I have also mentioned it will take months to finish the round 1 process. So it is important for those involved to not be dependent on the release of funds for your living or personal expenses. This process of releasing funds will go on for a few years. This is not a one time quick process.
It is also important to understand there is no guarantee for round 2 funding. Yes, it is highly probable, but no guarantee.
Through this process of reporting from other sources, there is one I have come to trust, "The White Hats Auxiliary and Facts Check Center." I am familiar with some of the members, they check their info for accuracy and only report about once every three to four months. Their recent new year report is very good on both currency exchange and crypto currencies. Their recent report parallels much of what I have been saying for the last year. 1) It is very unlikely there will be a public exchange, 2) only the private's a high profile groups will be paid the high rates in a private exchange, 3) the Zim is done, no one is buying it, 4) the dinar is done, it was vastly overprinted, 5) the dong is the safe currency to purchase.
The report also gives an excellent analysis on the crypto currency process. Their perspectives parallel much of my positions.
I would encourage you to read the recent report.
It can be on their website by clicking here.
I have over 17,000 names on my email newsletter list. I only have about 500 people in round 1 which will take 2 to 4 months to process, so you can imagine how long it will take to process everyone in round 2. This could go on for months if not close to a year.
People ask why it takes so long. Simple, a security and clearance process in conjunction with national and international laws established by the government agencies controlling the release of funds. I have to establish a complete file on each individual of private information, signed security agreements, and security clearance inspections in conjunction with the US Bank Security Act (1970), the US Patriot Act (2001), and international anti-money laundering regulations. This process has strict rules and compliance requirements before I can release any funds. It is also required of anyone under me who will be paying out to others under them. I will have complete instructions and paper work for everyone when it comes time to proceed.
For security reasons I have to be very careful of what I say over the internet. That is why I do not give periodic updates and will not talk about the issues on my radio programs unless it is pertinent to the moment. Because my list is so large, each time I put out a newsletter like this or talk about the exchange on my radio program, it raises red flags with those who have attempted to take me and the others out, i.e. those who have attempted to assassinate me and others. That is why I keep quiet as once something is on the internet you totally lose control of the content. Software programs are now available for anyone to take something I placed on the internet and change it to make it say whatever they want when it looks like it comes from me. They can even do that with videos.
I can share so much more at my workshops. Why? It is not recorded, the group is small and I have a record of everyone one who was in the room when something was shared. If someone breaks the NDA agreement of the workshop I can trace it back to the source of who leaked what info and I will delete them form my list. If you talk to those who have attended they will tell you I give good info and answer the questions to the best of my ability. I do this as it gives a good feeling of confidence and assurance to a group of people involved in this process.
Another question people ask, if your list is so large and it may take months or even a year to process, how do you determine who will be paid first? I have stated many times on my radio programs. I start with those who attend my most recent workshop. They will be at the front of the line for the process. I then work back to past workshops. I also take into consideration those who have attend multiple workshops. After that I take the rest of the people on my newsletter list and start with the earliest sign up date and move forward.
So, if you want to save months of time and be in the early part of the funding process that will take months, it behooves you to attend a recent workshop. Why do I do this? Simple, those are the people taking the strongest interest in this process and providing the funding for me to be in this position. I have also stated many times, it is not about being able to afford the full workshop fee. I provide a scholarship rate for anyone who asks. I have never denied anyone access to my workshop because of their ability to pay unless we were sold out and there was no more seats in the meeting room. My workshop locations and dates are always posted in my newsletter and website. I open the registration for the workshops with a newsletter announcement one at a time about three weeks prior to the event.
Time and space in newsletters does not allow me to go into full detail of the info shared at the workshops. I spend a full day giving the full complete picture of why we are here, the purpose of the funds and why this is being released to humanity. I also spend as much time as necessary on Q&A sessions answering all questions anyone brings up.
Hundreds of people who have attend the workshops will say it is one of the best events they have attended in their lives. The information gives a complete picture and makes sense about world events and why these are being released to help change our world. About 20% to 25% of the attendees at each workshop are repeat attenders.
Please understand I have been careful about what is shared in this newsletter and the timing of its release. It is important that you not respond with unnecessary questions. We do not want unneeded or non-urgent info going back and forth with me in emails. As mentioned, too much correspondence only raises red flags with those who would like to stop this process and shut is down.
So, here is too a new year and the anticipation to upcoming changes.
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I'll bet Bo will not be happy that Dave is lying about the Dragons again either! Come on Dave! Get with it!
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What to Know About ICOs
Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) are attracting investors interested in new trends in technology investing. Regulation of ICOs is evolving and complex. With considerably fewer investor protections than in traditional securities markets, investors considering participating in an ICO investment should be aware of the growing potential for fraud and manipulation these offerings present. Investors need to approach ICOs with extreme caution. ICOs are very risky and are not suitable for many investors. You could lose all of your investment. Before parting with your hard-earned money, make sure you know what you’re getting into.
What is an Initial Coin Offering?
An Initial Coin Offering (ICO), also sometimes referred to as an Initial Token Offering (ITO), is a method used by an individual, group of individuals or organization to raise capital for a planned project. Most ICO’s involve projects that are at the “idea” stage and in many instances may lack a prototype or “real world” implementation of the idea. To finance the idea or project through an ICO, promoters create a new virtual “coin” or “token,” which is then sold online to participants in the ICO in exchange for fiat currency, such as the U.S. or Canadian dollar or Mexican peso.
The facts and circumstances of each ICO are different. For example, if the ICO is considered to include the offer and sale of securities, the offer and sales of the coins or tokens in the ICO must be registered with appropriate securities regulators or have an exemption from registration. Most exemptions require sales only to accredited investors, or those with net worth of more than $1 million. Use extreme caution when dealing with promoters who claim their ICO offering is exempt from securities registration yet does not ask about your income, net worth or level of investing sophistication.
Before participating in an ICO, potential investors should ask whether the “coins” or “tokens” are considered securities and whether the offering itself has been registered with appropriate securities regulators. If properly registered in the United States, free information about the offering is available on the “Form S-1” in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s online EDGAR system. Also, virtual “coins” or “tokens” considered to be securities must comply with securities laws, which require the individuals or firms selling them to be licensed or registered with securities regulators. Potential purchasers can check the registration status and background of those selling “coins” and “tokens” by contacting their state or provincial securities regulator or by visiting Investor.gov .
While some may tout ICOs as a new form of crowdfunding, it is important to remember that crowdfunded offerings must comply with the requirements of the federal Regulation Crowdfunding and securities laws in general. It also is important that potential participants understand that an ICO should not to be confused with an Initial Public Offering (IPO), which requires potential offerings to undergo a very rigorous and robust process before they can attempt to raise capital on regulated securities markets.
What Types of Coins or Tokens Are There?
In an ICO, promoters generally create a new virtual “coin” or “token.” There are two main types of tokens: utility and equity.
- Utility tokens enable the holder to exchange the coin for a good or service in the future.
- Equity tokens entitle the holder to an interest in the revenue or ownership of the underlying venture.
The regulatory treatment of tokens is evolving. Equity tokens are more likely to be regulated as securities than utility tokens. However, if a utility token is issued for a non-operational project or if it is planned to be traded on an exchange, it may also fall under the purview of securities regulation.
What is Blockchain Technology?
Many of the projects for which tokens are issued seek to leverage blockchain technology, which stores transaction information, similar to a ledger. Unlike a traditional ledger, blockchain is distributed through the internet and transaction information is duplicated on many computers connected on a network.
A blockchain has no central authority to maintain and update the ledger of transaction information. This function is instead performed by software stored on each of the compers on the network that uses cryptographic techniques to ensure entries in the ledger cannot be changed and that only valid transactions are added to the blockchain “ledger.”
Considerations for Investors
Investors should be aware of the following risks when considering whether to participate in an ICO:
Phony Initial Coin Offerings: There is a real risk that the ICO you are considering is a fraud. Federal and state regulators are daily uncovering new scams involving these products. Here are two examples of potential ICO frauds:
- Scammers create a fake ICO and simply steal investors’ money, either outright or through a Ponzi-style prolonged investment scheme.
- Computer hackers “spoof” a legitimate ICO and trick investors into paying them instead of the company behind the ICO.
Lack of Investor Protection. If a “token” or “coin” does not qualify as a security, the investor protections available under the securities laws will not apply. Also, unlike brokerage accounts where third-party custodians hold investors’ funds, “coins” or “tokens” created for an ICO may be held in an encrypted “wallet,” which may be difficult for enforcement authorities to freeze or access. Because ICOs are conducted over the internet, the promoters could be anywhere in the world, greatly increasing the risk that you will be unable to recover any losses.
Lack of Disclosure. Individuals launching an ICO usually do so through their own websites or through various online blockchain and cryptocurrency forums. Unlike in a registered securities offering, potential purchasers in an ICO likely will not receive a prospectus with important disclosures required by the securities laws. Instead, the promoters behind an ICO may include a “white paper” describing the project and their goals on a website created specifically for the ICO project.
Unproven projects. Unlike traditional capital raising processes, most ICOs are at the “idea” stage and usually not implemented in any real way. Recent data shows that 46 percent of ICOs initiated in 2017 failed, and more than half of these unsuccessful ICOs failed after fundraising had already begun.
Unclear terms. What an investor actually receives when purchasing a coin or token varies greatly from ICO to ICO. Some ICO tokens may have little to no resale value or may constitute nothing more than a donation. If a token is not a security, investor protections available under the securities laws will not apply.
Lack of liquidity. Some promoters may tell potential participants that they can sell their “coins” or “tokens” on a secondary market or alternative trading system. There is no guarantee that secondary markets or alternative trading exchanges would accept the “coins” or “tokens” of a particular ICO. Moreover, if the exchanges are not registered, they will not provide investor protections similar to those of investors who purchase stocks listed on an exchange.
Price volatility. The value of the token could swing up or down drastically.
How do investors protect themselves?
Don’t Invest Money You Can’t Afford to Lose. ICOs are not the same as other asset classes like traditional stocks and bonds. Investing in ICOs should be seen as entirely speculative.
Read the fine print. Don’t assume all ICOs are the same or have the same terms.
Research the ICO on the web. Particularly on popular sites such as reddit.com, bitcointalk.org. Research the individuals behind the ICO. Ask questions and be skeptical.
Focus on the token features. Consider whether the token has any value outside of the ICO. Also consider whether the tokens can be traded on virtual currency exchanges. This could help determine whether you will be able to convert the tokens to cash.
Watch for scams. Individuals could organize a pump-and-dump scheme to urge investors to buy into the ICO, promote it to elevate the price, and then sell it off in a coordinated sale. The price plummets and those unaware of the scheme are left with devalued tokens.
Don’t be star struck. Sometimes ICOs are promoted by celebrities or “industry insiders” who encourage the public to get in on the deal fast.
Think with your head, not your heart. Scammers often use language intentionally designed to provoke some emotional reaction in their targets. Whatever the appeal, remember that investing is a business decision. Ask yourself, “Is this investment right for me?”
The Bottom Line
Before making any financial decisions, do your homework and contact your state or provincial securities regulator if you have any questions about the product or the person selling it. Contact information is available here.
To learn more about Initial Coin Offerings, watch “Get in the Know About ICOs.”
North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA)
- NASAA Reminds Investors to Approach Cryptocurrencies, Initial Coin Offerings and Other Cryptocurrency-Related Investment Products with Caution (Jan. 4, 2018)
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
- Investor Alert: Public Companies Making ICO-Related Claims (Aug. 28, 2017)
- SEC Issues Investigative Report Concluding DAO Tokens, a Digital Asset, Were Securities (July 25, 2017)
Examples of Enforcement Actions by NASAA Members
- In the Matter of 18Moons (Order-E-2018-0010 ) (03-27-2018)
- In the Matter of Across Platforms (Order-E-2018-0016 ) (03-27-2018)
- In the Matter of Mattervest (Order-E-2018-0011) (o3-27-2018)
- In the Matter of Pink Ribbon ICO (Order-E-2018-0029 ) (03-27-2018)
- In the Matter of Sparco (Order-E-2018-0017 ) (03-27-2018)
- In the Matter of Caviar & Kirill Bensonoff (Order No. E-2017-0120 ) (01-17-2018)
- In the Matter of Bitstrade (Order ) (02-09-2018)
- In the Matter of BitConnect, et al. (Order No. 17 SEC 091 ) (01-09-2018)
- In the Matter of USI-Tech ([url=https://www.ssb.texas.gov/sites/default/files/USI-Tech ENF-17-CDO-1753.pdf]Order No. ENF-17-CDO-1753)[/url] (12-20-2017)
- In the Matter of BitConnect (Order No. ENF-18-CDO-1754 ) (01-04-2108)
- In the Matter of R2BCoin (Order No. ENF-18-CDO-1756 ) (01-24-2018)
- In the Matter of DavorCoin (Order No. ENF-18-CDO-1757 ) (02-02-2018)
- In the Matter of Investors in Crypto LLC (Order No. ENF-18-CDO-1759 ) (02-15-2018)
- In the Matter of LeadInvest (Order No. ENF-18-CDO-1760 ) (March 5, 2018)
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