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Cryptomonial Engineering, a new paradigm for crypto-asset owners

Many companies and exchanges now offer services related to this new asset class, ranging from the simple purchase of a coin to the development of a structured product such as a future, plus the implementation of leverage or margin calls. There is also a growing possibility of OTC transactions, which are vital for market liquidity and are intended more for a different user class of institutional owners and "Whales". But here again, there is nothing about tax and asset optimization strategies in connection with crypto-asset.

Empowering National Wealth with Distributed Consensus

Over the last several years, I’ve travelled to so many truly wealthy countries, rich not only because of their natural resources, precious metals, oil, gas etc., but above and beyond this material wealth, by their depth of imagination and their industrious spirit. This has been and continues to be my greatest inspiration for positive change in the world today. I believe blockchain technology has the power to facilitate a great and necessary paradigm shift.

Why we need a more flexible Digital Money?

Editor’s note: this is the third and final installment of the series in which we are looking at how money evolved, with the aim of helping people understand why cryptocurrencies are the next in line. You can read — you should actually — the first installment here and the second installment here At the very core of the existence …

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A Simplistic View at How Money Evolved To What We Have Today and Why Cryptocurrencies Are the Next Logical Stop!

It’s still a crazy idea, isn’t it? Why should any reasonable person in this world even remotely consider exchanging the paper money that they can hold in their pocket for a digital currency or cryptocurrency? Especially considering that, the tag “digital” fully discloses that you can’t hold it physically. That’s the questions and thoughts of …

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Cryptocurrency and E-money should not be conflated.

Some friends and media reports still confusing Cryptocurrencies with more popular electronic money (e-money) schemes used in many low-income countries like Mpesa in Kenya to reach the unbanked. Strong difference separate those digital money and should not be conflated. Cryptocurrency differs from fiat currency (e-money): 1. It is decentralized. Cryptocurrency is based on a decentralized, peer-to-peer …

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