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Holly Tuesday RV News:

The bonds are taking longer than everyone expected due to all the fraudulent bonds being presented. People ask me didn’t they know about those bonds being fraudulent? No they did not.

These mother boxes are sealed and should not be opened. If they find a fraudulent bond inside that means the box was tampered with an opened. The entire box is disqualified for fake notes found inside.

With each note the owner and Provence must be determined. There are thousands of these boxes and each box contains thousands upon thousands of notes, I heard like  40 thousand. So the task to redeem these is overwhelming and it slows the process down as it has been weeks finishing up the bonds.

I’m still hearing they should be done by Thursday.

People ask me, your contacts are giving you bad information as you said the final release would happen. My contacts are not giving bad information, the bonds have to be completed first and they did not realize how many fraudulent bonds were presented and that has slowed down the process.

So have patience while they finish these bonds and once they are done things will move quicker.

They are doing something that has never been done before.

This is a transition not a transaction. Never, ever give up.

Reddit and global news sites including FT, New York Times and Bloomberg experience outage

Published Tue, Jun 8 20216:22 AM

Reddit and global news websites including the Financial Times, New York Times and Bloomberg experienced intermittent outages Tuesday morning, with some users unable to access the sites.

Some visitors to the websites in the U.K. and U.S. received the message “Error 503 Service Unavailable.”

Amazon, Twitter, PayPal, Spotify, Twitch, the BBC and The Guardian were also affected, according to reports. Tech site The Verge used an open Google Doc to report on the story, although it forgot to turn editing off.

The first reports of the outage started around 6 a.m. ET, but sites were mostly back online for users an hour later. But some sites, including U.K. government website gov.uk and The New York Times experienced slow loading times and graphics issues.

U.S. cloud computing services provider Fastly said on its website at 5:58 a.m. ET that it was investigating a technical issue. At 6:44 a.m. ET, Fastly said the issue had been identified and “a fix is being implemented.” Fastly’s stock was down 1.6% in premarket trading after the outage started. At one point, it was down about 3%.

Fastly operates a content delivery network. A CDN is a network of servers and data centers around the world that enable the transfer of assets needed for loading internet content like HTML pages, JavaScript files, images and videos.

The infrastructure that underpins much of the internet is operated by a relatively small number of companies. When one of them has a problem, it can lead to widespread global outages that affect billions of people.

“This is what happens when half of the internet relies on Goliaths like Amazon, Google and Fastly for all of its servers and web services,” Gaz Jones, technical director of digital agency Think3, said in a statement. “The entire internet has become dangerously geared on just a few players.”

Read full article here:   https://www.cnbc.com/2021/06/08/reddit-and-global-news-sites-go-offline.html

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