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Just what DID that missing code help Goldman Sachs trade?
Recently Bloomberg News Reported the following….
Sergey Aleynikov, an ex-Goldman Sachs computer programmer, was arrested July 3 after arriving at Liberty International Airport in Newark, New Jersey, U.S. officials said. Aleynikov, 39, who has dual American and Russian citizenship, is charged in a criminal complaint with stealing the trading software.
Aleynikov could be the hero of this piece, not the villain. As a blogger pointed out…
“The bank has raised the possibility that there is a danger that somebody who knew how to use this program could use it to manipulate markets in unfair ways,”
What if there was a market for who did and did not get to ascend. What if this game was being played by an oligarchy of powerful Dukes? Someone could, and would, make market in ascensions and reap the rewards.
According to Matt Tiabbi of Rolling Stone Magazine, that may well be Goldman Sachs. Perhaps Aleynikov wasn’t quite ready for a new Ascension. Maybe he knows some of the people who would ascend and is none too pleased.
More likely, Aleynikov is a nerd for hire or a disgruntled former employee. The question then becomes, who hired and what will be done with the code….