Webtel.mobi System and TUV Digital Currency – 21st Century Versions of the Keynes and Bancor International Clearing Union

WM’s independently reviewed system provides the fully functional and globally operational structures and processes as proposed by John Maynard Keynes at the Bretton Woods conference – and provides the key to reforming the global financial system.

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THE WEBTEL.MOBI SYSTEM AND THE TUV DIGITAL CURRENCY – 21ST CENTURY VERSIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL KEYNES CLEARANCE UNION AND BANCORWM The independently reviewed system provides fully functional and globally operational structures and processes such as proposed by John Maynard Keynes at the Bretton Woods conference – and provides the key to reforming the global financial system

THE WEBTEL.MOBI SYSTEM AND THE TUV DIGITAL CURRENCY – 21ST CENTURY VERSIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL KEYNES CLEARANCE UNION AND BANCORWM The independently reviewed system provides fully functional and globally operational structures and processes such as proposed by John Maynard Keynes at the Bretton Woods conference – and provides the key to reforming the global financial system

PORT OF ST PETER, Guernsey and NEW YORK, October 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Global Telephony Company Webtel.mobi (“WM”) has spent several years creating its first operational platform – Platform 1 – which has been implemented. online in 2009.

When completed, Platform 1 already contained all of the components and processes of the International Clearing Union and Bancor proposed by Keynes – the proposed pillars of a new and stable global financial system after World War II.

However, to fully confirm and refine the capabilities, processes and thousands of system requirements to ensure a safe, stable, legal and responsive global financial system in a regulatory compliant environment – WM has passed the next nine years through 2018 in fully operational global testing with limited user groups worldwide.

Subsequently, from 2018 to 2021, WM rebuilt its entire system to integrate into its new platform 2 all the required improvements identified during the operational test phase. WM Platform 2 was made fully operational for unlimited global operations in the third quarter of 2021.

The higher level features of the WM system are as follows:

  1. It’s a 21st Centennial version of the International Compensation Union proposed by Keynes – powered by artificial intelligence Complex adaptive system. It works within the telecommunications industry just like SWIFT.

  2. It contains within it all the components of a fully functioning global financial system – with over 40 main installations – of which its digital currency TUV is just one.

  3. These 40 primary schools operate together within the Complex adaptive system so as to allow convergence as to their use. That is, although they are mainly telephone support facilities, the Complex adaptive system enables them, when working together, to facilitate or acquire dual-use capabilities, which in turn enables them to act as surrogate processes, products, activities or instruments that can be used for virtually any existing types of transactions. WM Platform 2 is not a product or a service, it is a system, which contains hundreds of products, services and instruments that further facilitate thousands of derivative uses.

  4. All of these products, services and instruments are delivered from a single global unitary system and platform, which has the highest standards of security and reliability, fastest transaction speeds, ongoing liquidity. and 100% running 24/7 around the world. It also provides all these services at ultra-low cost or at zero cost thanks to its optimized structure.

  5. It provides these services without threatening the stability of one of the main pillars of the current global financial system, nor undermining the exclusive rights of central banks or states regarding their monetary policy, money supply or monetary sovereignty.

  6. The system which also works – theoretically and academically – refutes, proves or potentially establishes several theories and / or economic laws.

In addition to the more than 30 in-depth external due diligence that WM underwent during its period of fully operational testing and development, it also invited the Levy Economics Institute of Bard Colleague – one of the research organizations in most authorized economies in the world – to review its Platforms 2.

This review led the Levy Economics Institute’s research director – Professor Jan Kregel – to write five research papers on the WM system, in which he independently described the capabilities of the global WM system and confirmed its similarity to the WM system. International Compensation Union proposed by Keynes. (Note: Links to these research reports appear in the “Resources” section of this article).

While the capabilities of the WM system have given it immense value, it is rather a by-product of the capabilities of the system – and was not the primary reason for its creation.

The main reason was to create a system that had a positive impact on the lives of everyone, giving them access to reliable and secure, no middleman, essential and utility-grade services, at ultra-low cost or at zero cost. To do this, it was necessary to create a system that reproduced and reformed – but did not disrupt – the current global financial system; what WM has now done. Therefore, WM behaves transparently.

Indeed, firstly, WM follows an “Evolution not Revolution” approach to assisting any entity that needs advice on reforming existing structures or processes within the global financial or economic system.

Second, it will not be possible for any entity – even with unlimited resources and a detailed roadmap – to replicate the WM system for at least a decade or more, and therefore WM is very sure of its situation.

As Professor Kregel stated in his research paper “New dimensions of TUV in the Webtel.mobi system“In June 2021:

“… The WM system represents and provides virtually all of the capabilities (and / or the ability to replicate virtually all of the capabilities) of the existing global financial system. Plus, it delivers them in a more secure, faster, cheaper, and centrally managed way. The WM system therefore represents a functioning and fully functioning global financial system, which does not reform the existing one, but rather works in parallel with it, and has the capacity to replace it.

The WM system and its installations do not represent ambitious, planned or expected results.

Rather, the system and its facilities – and all of their attributes – are tested, proven, with due diligence, completed and fully operational in fact and reality around the world.

Resources:

Media contact:
Nick Lambert: [email protected]

Interview with Prof. Jan Kregel about the capabilities of the WM system:
https://youtu.be/XYBrCikUhn8

Research Paper – Another Moment of Bretton Woods Reform: Let’s Take a Serious Look at the Clearing Union
https://www.levyinstitute.org/pubs/ppb_154.pdf

Research Paper – The Keynes Compensation Union is alive and well and lives in your cellphone
https://www.levyinstitute.org/pubs/pn_21_1.pdf

Research Paper – The Economic Problem: From Barter to Commodity Money to Electronic Money
https://www.levyinstitute.org/pubs/wp_982.pdf

Research Paper – Money and Credit: Potential Expansion of the MW System
https://webtel.mobi/media/info/money-and-credit-potential-expansion-of-the-wm-system-april-2021.pdf

Research Paper – New Dimensions for TUV in the Webtel.mobi System
https://webtel.mobi/media/info/new-dimensions-for-the-tuv-in-the-webtelmobi-system.pdf

Related article on the WM system:

https://tinyurl.com/yez4x9bf (English translation)
https://tinyurl.com/5aa3pjnc (Greek original)

WM URL:
https://webtel.mobi/pc (Tablets / Laptops / Desktops)
https://webtel.mobi (smart phones)
https://webtel.mobi/wap (pre-Smart mobile phones)

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