Department Of Justice ‘Actively Considering’ How To Allow Bank, Pot Shop Transactions, Citing Public Safety

This is a post that I found on HuffingPost.  “Department Of Justice ‘Actively Considering’ How To Allow Bank, Pot Shop Transactions, Citing Public Safety

I can say this, that the IRS and the financial overlording of the Federal Government has been the hardest issues to deal with in recent years concerning ‘legal’ marijuana businesses.  Between so-called ‘Tax-Evasion’, and Article I, Section 8, Clause 3 (The Commerce Clause) of the constitution, the financial aspect of cannabis business seems to be the most difficult hurdle to over come.

For instance there is really no constitutional amendment that authorizes cannabis prohibition.   With alcohol prohibition there was the Eighteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution.  But with cannabis prohibition, the US government always refers to Article I, Section 8, Clause 3 of the constitution and Article VI | U.S. Constitution (The Supremacy Clause).

But why is there nothing in the constitution about this God-given plant that grows out of the ground?

Which leads me to believe the Controlled Substances Act is unconstitutional.
So how does the DOJ handle cannabis banking issues?  I don’t think they should be involved what-so-ever.   But because of the Commerce Clause, I guess they feel like they have some say over this area of the personal business of American citizens.

So what do we do?  How to we exclude them?  I will list a few ways below.

NJ Weedman gets his medicine by mail (Cannabis delivery)

With cryptocurrency, YOU ARE YOUR OWN BANK!  You don’t need to worry about approval, or rejection, and your account can not be frozen.

List of cryptocurrency (from wiki):
Bitcoin BTC 2009 Satoshi Nakamoto Yes[1] ~$1.5 billion USD[2][3][4]
Litecoin LTC 2011 Coblee Yes[5] ~$60 million USD[3][4]
Namecoin NMC 2011 Vinced Yes ~$3.8 million USD[4][6]
PPCoin PPC 2012 Sunny King Yes[7] ~$3.7 million USD[3][4]
Novacoin NVC 2013 Balthazar Yes[8] ~$1.6 million USD[4][6]
Primecoin XPM 2013 Sunny King Yes ~$1 million USD[4]
Feathercoin FTC 2013 Peter Bushnell Yes[9] ~$0.95 million USD[4][6]
Terracoin TRC 2012 Yes[10] ~$0.45 million USD[4][6]
Freicoin FRC 2012 maaku, jtimon Yes ~$0.23 million USD[4]
Devcoin DVC 2011 Unthinkbit Yes ~$0.23 million USD[4]
Megacoin MEC 2013 Yes ~$0.2 millionUSD[4]
DigitalCoin DGC 2013 baritus Yes ~$0.16 millionUSD[4]
Fastcoin FST 2013 Yes GitHub page ~$0.15 millionUSD[4]
WorldCoin WDC 2013 Yes ~$0.13 millionUSD[4]
PhenixCoin PXC 2013 PCS Network Yes[14] ~$0.11 millionUSD[4]
BBQcoin BQC 2012 Cubox Yes ~$77000 USD[4]
YAcoin YAC 2013 pocopoco Yes ~$76000 USD[4]
Ixcoin IXC 2011 Nasakioto Yes ~$58000 USD[4]
Franko FRK Yes ~$55000 USD[4]
CHNcoin CNC 2013 Yes ~$36400 USD[4]
Mincoin MNC 2013 Yes ~$36300 USD[4]
Bitbar BTB 2013 Yes ~$20000 USD[4]
Bytecoin BTE 2013 bryanmills Yes ~$5700 USD[4]
Junkcoin JKC Yes ~$120 USD[4]
Extremecoin EXC 2013 CaptChadd Yes N/A
Infinitecoin IFC 2013 fisheater Yes N/A
Rucoin RUC 2011 Yes N/A
Timekoin 2012 knightmb Yes N/A
Royalcoin RYC Yes N/A
Solidcoin SC 2011 CoinHunter No N/A
Geist Geld GG 2011 Lolcust No N/A
Tenebrix TBX 2011 ArtForz, Lolcust No N/A
Faibrix FBX 2011 coblee No N/A
Coiledcoin CLC 2012 makomk No N/A
Liquicoin LQC 2012 Nicksasa No N/A
Smallchange 2013 lightenup No N/A
MMMcoin MMM Sergei Mavrodi No N/A
BeerToken No N/A
I0coin I0C No N/A
Qubic 2012 Come-from-Beyond No N/A



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