'Hard Asset Money Show' Tackles Global Shift to Digital Currencies With FBI Veteran Tom Fuentes

Christian Briggs and Tom Fuentes Discuss IMF and WEF Plans for CBDC Rollout

In the latest episode of the "Hard Asset Money Show," Christian Briggs engages in an enlightening conversation with Tom Fuentes, former Assistant Director of the FBI. 

The episode is now available to listen:

The focus of their discussion is the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Economic Forum (WEF)'s plans for a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) rollout, exploring the details of its execution, methodologies, and timeline. The IMF's CBDC handbook, a crucial guide for policymakers in central banks and finance ministries, is a key topic of discussion. 

Further into the show, Briggs and Fuentes discuss how major financial institutions like CitiBank are adapting to this digital transition. CitiBank's development of a blockchain-based deposit token not only paves the way for digital asset services but also marks a significant step in the bank’s efforts to provide real-time payment and cash management solutions. This move by CitiBank is presented as further evidence of a larger push towards a unified global government and a single world currency.  

Listeners can expect a thorough analysis of these developments and their implications on the global financial landscape in this insightful episode of the "Hard Asset Money Show."


Broadcasting around the world, welcome to the Hard Asset Money show. Chaotic times call for a fearless examination of the things that matter. Your wealth, your money, your future and how to preserve and grow with the hard asset market.

Hosted by Christian Briggs. 

Source: Hard Asset Management