Fwd: MIA Coin and POX Kleptocracy: CORRUPTION FIN-2022-A001 - SAR 38(m).

Gunnar Larson g at xny.io
Tue Oct 18 18:00:48 PDT 2022

Dear Treasury:

We have yet to hear from your esteemed office on the below concern.

Can you signal a timeline for response?

Sending you the very best,


Gunnar Larson
xNY.io - Bank.org

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From: Gunnar Larson <g at xny.io>
Date: Fri, Apr 15, 2022, 12:17 PM
Subject: MIA Coin and POX Kleptocracy: CORRUPTION FIN-2022-A001 - SAR 38(m).
To: <FRC at fincen.gov>
Cc: cypherpunks <cypherpunks at lists.cpunks.org>

Dear FinCEN:

xNY.io - Bank.org, PBC thanks you for sending yesterday's advisory on
kleptocracy and foreign public corruption. We have made 30 highlights to
the FIN-2022-A001
advisory for reference.

*The aim of today's memo is to learn FinCEN's insights into MIA Coin and
the consensus algorithm Proof of Transfer (POX). xNY.io - Bank.org, PBC is
concerned about potential MIA Coin and City Coin kleptocracy that may be
affecting our global enterprise. *

*FinCEN may note that NYCCoin is illegal in New York State, given the
BitLicense mandate. As such, we are not concerned with NYCCoin's legality
given the clear BitLicense mandate.  *

   - On February 4, 2022 we submitted a City of Miami records request for
   any and all correspondence between the City of Miami concerning CityCoins,
   MIA Coin and Stacks (STX). Additionally, any and all related correspondence
   concerning CityCoins, MIA Coin, Stacks (STX), Digital World Acquisition
   Corp and Harvard Management Company.
   - Today, April 15, 2022
   we have yet to receive the 13, 092 records. Attached you will find our
   latest correspondence with Miami, notifying them of our intention to
   contact FinCEN concerning MIA Coin and POX.
   - Conducting independent marketplace research, xNY.io - Bank.org, PBC
   established a premise to potential kleptocracy between the City of Miami
   and City Coins, of Iceland <https://who.is/whois/citycoins.co>
   international registration. Furthermore, MineMiamiCoin.com is registered
   in Germany <https://who.is/whois/minemiamicoin.com>.
   - Please find the City of Miami's resolution
   gifts from City Coins ... Furthermore, City Coins suggests a $25,000
   (that may be confused as bribery) for Mayors who participate.

MIA Coin is powered by POX
a computer protocol that may exploit the U.S. and international financial
systems to launder illicit gains, including through the use of shell
companies, offshore financial centers, and professional service providers
who enable the movement and laundering.

MIA Coin' POX protocol is a wealth extraction tool that unfairly rewards an
inside group of miners, rewarding patronage networks that benefit his inner
circle and regime. These practices harm the competitive landscape of
financial markets and often have long-term corrosive effects on good
governance, democratic institutions, and human rights standards.

FinCEN, we are concerned Miami's City Coin
resolution potentially confirms Miami leaders as kleptocrats, using their
position and influence to enrich themselves and their networks of corrupt

Finally, we understand that MIA Coin and POX  operations are powered by
international data warehouses, located in Iceland, Germany and Hong Kong.
For these reasons, given FinCEN's alert on kleptocracy and foreign public
corruption we kindly seek guidance.

Sending you the very best regards.

Thank you,

Gunnar Larson
*Gunnar Larson - xNY.io <http://www.xNY.io> - Bank.org <http://Bank.org>,
- Digital Currency
- Entrepreneurship and Innovation (ip)

G at xNY.io
New York, New York 10001

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From: Financial Crimes Enforcement Network <
fincenupdates at public.govdelivery.com>
Date: Thu, Apr 14, 2022 at 2:46 PM
Subject: FinCEN Updates: FinCEN Issues Advisory on Kleptocracy and Foreign
Public Corruption
To: <g at xny.io>

*You are subscribed to FinCEN Updates. The information below is available
at Fincen.gov.*

*FinCEN Issues Advisory on Kleptocracy and Foreign Public Corruption*

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) today issued an advisory
on kleptocracy and foreign public corruption, urging financial institutions
to focus their efforts on detecting the proceeds of foreign public
corruption — a priority for the U.S. Government as it continues to
implement the U.S. Strategy on Countering Corruption
The advisory provides typologies and potential indicators of kleptocracy
and other forms of foreign public corruption, namely bribery, embezzlement,
extortion, and the misappropriation of public assets.

*News Release:*


*Advisory: *

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