THE FED IS DOWN pic.twitter.com/eq8DpyUW3M— Sven Henrich (@NorthmanTrader) February 24, 2021
Federal Reserve payment system crashed, service restored hours later
The United States Federal Reserve wire systems went down completely Wednesday, making it impossible for banks and other financial institutions to transfer money.
BREAKING: Federal Reserve's system that allows banks to send money back and forth electronically is down.— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) February 24, 2021
Fed services status: pic.twitter.com/LhtQzeEo19
Outage impacted banks, brokers, mortgage lenders, and their ability to transfer funds in large and small sums
The Federal Reserve’s system that allows wire money transfers crashed with intermittent disruptions for about two hours on Wednesday.
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The outage impacted customers, which include banks, brokers and mortgage lenders, and their ability to transfer funds in large and small sums.
“A Federal Reserve operational error resulted in disruption of service in several business lines. We are restoring services and are communicating with all Federal Reserve Financial Services customers about the status of operations,” Richmond Federal Reserve spokesperson Jim Strader said in a statement to FOX Business.
Systems were fully restored at 2:57 p.m. ET, according to a notification from the Fed.
“Processing of FedACH files has resumed and customers should receive acknowledgements for incoming files,” the Federal Reserve Bank Services website reads. “Please note that the backlog of files may take time to clear and do not resend files.”
FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM CRASH: TIMELINE
The broad outage is being followed by financial players including Cameron Winkelvoss who tweeted the latest update from the Fed detailing systems impacted. He co-founded, along with his brother Tyler, cryptocurrency exchange Gemini.
The Federal Reserve is experiencing an outage.https://t.co/250xeftk9p pic.twitter.com/0kUUUjPhvg— Cameron Winklevoss (@cameron) February 24, 2021
The Federal Reserve’s system for interbank payments went down Wednesday afternoon.— Emma Kinery (@EmmaKinery) February 24, 2021
The outage was widespread across its payment systems, including the vital automated clearinghouse system known as FedACH, and the Fedwire Funds interbank transfer servicehttps://t.co/pWpuBM1ne6
Entire Federal Reserve payment system CRASHES – https://t.co/7Uz6WjVbKQ— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) February 24, 2021
Fedwire, which is also being affected, functions as the conduit for payments, according to a description on the Fed’s website.
“Participants can use this service to send or receive payments for their own accounts or on behalf of corporate or individual clients, to settle commercial payments, to settle positions with other financial institutions or clearing arrangements, to submit federal tax payments or to buy and sell federal funds.”
Some of the services down are Account Services, Central Bank, Check 21, Check Adjustments, FedACH, FedCash, FedLine Advantage, FedLine Command, FedLine Direct, FedLine Web, Fedwire Funds, Fedwire Securities, National Settlement.
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Trump placed the Fed under the Dept. of the Treasury back in 2020, essentially minimizing its importance to zero. The Fed, as part of the defunct America Inc., is now bankrupt. It wields no influence; it is merely another construct in the movie we are all watching as the global cabal is deconstructed and a free republic of America, under President Trump, takes its place.
Yep. We’re going back to the gold standard as soon as President Trump is back in his rightful seat.
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