Tuesday, March 21, 2017

How oes the sandbox handle this problem?

Deutsche Bank is one of dozens of western financial institutions that processed at least $20bn – and possibly more – in money of “criminal origin” from Russia.The scheme, dubbed “the Global Laundromat”, ran from 2010 to 2014.Law enforcement agencies are investigating how a group of politically well-connected Russians were able to use UK-registered companies to launder billions of dollars in cash. The companies made fictitious loans to each other, underwritten by Russian businesses.The companies would default on these “debts”. Judges in Moldova then made court rulings enforcing judgments against the firms. This allowed Russian bank accounts to transfer huge sums to Moldova legally. From there, the money went to accounts in Latvia with Trasta Komercsbanka.Deutsche, Germany’s biggest lender, acted as a “correspondent bank” for Trasta until 2015. This meant Deutsche provided dollar-dominated services to Trasta’s non-resident Russian clients. This service was used to move money from Latvia to banks across the world.
 In the sandbox, the bots know when a chunk of coin crosses the line, theyu fair trade it and the arbitrgage soon extinguished.  So, the police bots know about it, they are going to trace back to yhe entry point.  This is if it is a fair traded pit at the entry point. If it is not a fir traded pit, then the police bots will be watching it and running the sequences in reverse til they converge on a source.

The sandbox makes it easy as self regulation eliminates the third party, and it is always the third party that does the sneaking, a fraudulent bank somewhere. Fraudulent banks are hard to create, in the sandbox, as the money and hardware layers are so close. Verification is part of sandbox definition.

The crooks move their ill gotten goods in the mart contract layers. Go look there.

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