Category: New Monies

Blockchain + Gold Cato Liberty

Blockchain + Gold Cato Liberty

The Bitcoin system has the great virtue of securely sending value directly from stranger to stranger. It is open to anyone, anywhere in the world. The sender does not need to trust the recipient, nor any bank or other institution, to accurately record the transfer. The Bitcoin “blockchain” provides a readily consulted online public ledger…

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Bitcoin and Ethereum Backed by Gold – Industry’s Game Changer?

Bitcoin and Ethereum Backed by Gold – Industry’s Game Changer?

  This month DinarDirham, a decentralized gold trading platform based in Hong Kong, is launching its own wallet with an in-built exchange supporting not only popular digital currencies such as Bitcoin and Ether, but also the company’s own digital assets. What is DinarDirham In 2015, DinarDirham decided to distance itself from a simple ‘gold trading…

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GreenFire Engineered Reclamation The Worlds First Reclamation Coin

GreenFire Engineered Reclamation The Worlds First Reclamation Coin

GreenFire Engineered Reclamation Offers The World’s First Reclamation Cryptocurrency GreenFire Engineered Reclamation is a Global Landfill Mining and Reclamation Company and is issuing a Pre-ICO to raise funds for the development of our Reclamation Coin. Our coin is the only cryptocurrency in the world dedicated to Global Reclamation. GreenFire Engineered Reclamation Global Landfill Mining and…

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China Becomes First Country in the World to Test a National Cryptocurrency

China Becomes First Country in the World to Test a National Cryptocurrency

In Brief China’s central bank has developed its own cryptocurrency, which is now being tested. Cryptocurrencies have the potential to not only benefit China, but the rest of the world, due to their basis in blockchain. Benefits of Digital Currency China’s central bank — the People’s Bank of China — has developed a prototype of a…

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Blockchain-Based Smart Contracts Approved

Blockchain-Based Smart Contracts Approved

Today, most information is tracked in major centralized databases owned by one company (or government) or another. As we know, these databases are often vulnerable to hackers, they are not at all transparent, and they can be difficult to get corrected when they are wrong. This has created a lack of trust in our systems, and makes it frustrating to do business.

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