Concern of BitLicense Marketplace Manipulation

Gunnar Larson g at
Tue Dec 12 05:17:46 PST 2023

Update: The teacher's pension fund lost the most in October 2023 at -4.27%:

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From: Gunnar Larson <g at>
Date: Fri, Nov 17, 2023, 4:56 AM
Subject: Concern of BitLicense Marketplace Manipulation
To: <cypherpunks at>

Take a look at this:

It would seem that New York City's retirement funds were exasperated during

The July 25, 2021 letter to the SEC was spot on. The crypto RICO in New
York is something bigger than the Steele Dossier and for some reason, - continues to be profiled as 'using Donald Trump type
arguments' as a sport.

FBI, for the last 24 hours in Chelsea, New York I have been under
entrapment with whomever is survelleing screaming loud like a coyote. This
is nothing new, and the FBI is a group we have unwavering respect for.

WeWork went under in New York while the deal makers stole from the teachers
pension fund. The NYPD and FBI obviously are in a tough position... But to
be honest, the surveillance situation of being screamed at like Chelsea,
New York is Guantanamo Bay for days on end is obviously a sign - is a winning innovation.

I am scared this is getting out of hand, and if we sue it would impact the
election worse than the Steele Dossier.

We will stick to innovating rather than litigating for the time being.
Realizeling, - is winning and the SEC and FBI have been put
in an awkward pension fraud position we alarmed the SEC about in 2021.

I only want the best for the New York FBI. The drone screaming in Chelsea
for days on end has to be something that will go down in the history books
for, under innovation.

Long live Brody.

 Sun, Nov 12, 2023, 11:58 AM Gunnar Larson <g at> wrote:

While - was blowing the wistle, what was happening, FBI?
> Literally, most of this could have been avoided. When it comes to honesty
> the Brody of Wall Street reminds you that the truth is so important.
> PYUSD did not just fall from the sky. And if it takes a new
> Superintendent, it takes a new Superintendent then.
> We were not blowing the wistle for the award, FBI. We were blowing the
> wistle for the protections and since July 25, 2021 you know how we have
> been treating.
> Water under the bridge. - is doing better than ever.
> However, the FBI cannot accuse us of using Donald Trump RICO arguments
> against New York State.
> That would be silly.
> In other news, on its own who thinks is going to be tricked by
> and
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> July 25, 2021
> United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
> 14420 Albemarle Point Place
> Suite 102
> Chantilly, VA 20151-1750
> Re: Concern of BitLicense Marketplace Manipulation
> Dear Sir or Madam:
> Virtual currency fraud is a serious problem for such a developed country
> as the United States, whose bank regulators have drawn attention to the
> increase of these crimes. Having discovered that an unregulated virtual
> currency sphere (such as in Africa, or other developing markets) is very
> popular among virtual currency fraudsters, the New York State Department of
> Financial Services (NY-DFS) concluded that this kind of regulatory fraud
> was threatening U.S. national security.
>’s NY-DFS Shelf Charter application journey has prompted us to
> contact the SEC with concern of common Directors at Facebook and PayPal
> (incl. Xoom) who have potentially manipulated the New York State Common
> Retirement Fund and New York State Teachers Retirement Fund through
> BitLicense marketplace manipulation tactics and computer crimes.
>'s key definition of virtual currency computer crimes is a
> consistent message across markets. These crimes are relatively new, having
> been in existence for only as long as Bitcoin has—which explains how
> unprepared society and the world, in general, is towards combating these
> crimes. We see this as no fault of NY-DFS and the original BitLicense
> mandate.
> Facebook and PayPal along with Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo have
> leveraged BitLicensee connections to profit daily from virtual currency
> market manipulation structures with cross-border reach.
> PayPal's “Conditional BitLicense” may now be employed as a marketplace
> manipulation instrument. Meanwhile, common Directors at Facebook, PayPal
> (incl. Xoom) and Diem seemingly have collaborated in orchestrating a
> virtual currency marketplace manipulation exercise.
> The New York State Common Retirement Fund and New York State Teachers
> Retirement Fund are significant investors in Facebook, PayPal, Goldman
> Sachs and Wells Fargo.
> From their California headquarters, Directors at PayPal (incl. Xoom) have
> potentially leveraged a Conditional BitLicense award in collaboration with
> common Directors at Facebook to engage in marketplace manipulation
> techniques. The Diem Association further shares common PayPal and Facebook
> Directors in a potential chain of virtual currency computer software and
> market manipulation architectures.
> must take the necessary steps to guard against fraud and to be
> extra vigilant about manipulation. We seek SEC guidance on the
> aforementioned concerns as we organize a reputable Board of Directors for
> NY-DFS approval.
> Respectfully yours with appreciation,
> Gunnar Larson - |
> MSc - Digital Currency
> MBA - Entrepreneurship and Innovation (ip)
> G at +1-646-454-9107
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