ABX und Kinesis

    • Noch eine Liste goldgedeckter Kryptowährungen

      Pre-ICO
      A Pre-ICO (or ICO Pre Sale) is a token sale that is offered before the official ICO campaign or crowdsale goes live. There are fewer tokens offered at this point, and they are often sold at a discount which helps the project pay for the expenses of the launch.

      GoldCrypto
      Name: GoldCrypto (AUX)
      Location: Belize
      Website: goldcrypto.io
      AuX tokens by GoldCrypto are a cryptocurrency backed by physical gold. Currently, each 750 AuX Tokens will be backed by one ounce of gold (approximately US$1.70 per AuX Token). This gold backing per AuX Token then progressively increases.
      GoldCrypto (AUX) Pre-ICO is on until April 30, 2018.


      Golden Currency
      Name: Golden Currency (PGCT)
      Location: Singapore
      Website: goldencurrency.world
      Golden Currency plans to be first global private currency on blockchain, both paper and electronic, 100% backed by gold.
      Pre-ICO on on from 16 Apr 2018 to 31 May 2018.


      XGold
      Name: XGold Coin (XGC)
      Location: Punta Arenas Building, 13 Floor, Cincuentenari, Coco de Mar 79 East Panama City, Panama.
      Website: xgold.lu
      XGold Coin (XGC) is a gold backed digital crypto-currency option. The price of one XGC Coin at initial pricing is based on a single gram of Gold.
      PRE-ICO First Round is on until 10 February 2018 and is offering a Pre-ICO 35% bonus.


      GoldMineCoin
      Name: GoldMineCoin (GMC)
      Location: Russia.
      Website: goldminecoin.io
      GoldMineCoin is – as the name suggests – is a coin backed by a gold mine. This crypto-currency is secured by gold deposits in the Magadan Region of the Russian Federation. This set up resembles the exploratory mining companies that frequent the penny stock listings. You have a high risk of not finding gold and potential high reward of hitting a productive gold mine.
      Pre-ICO runs until May 2018.


      BaselBit
      Name: BaselBit (BB3)
      Location: Zug, Switzerland.
      Website: baselbit.ch
      BaselBit is a crypto currency backed by tangible gold value and silver reserves. The gold BaselBit will be equivalent to one troy ounce of gold while the silver BaselBit will be equivalent to 50 grams of silver (note: 1 troy ounce = 31.1 grams).
      Pre-ICO runs from February 7, 2018 to December 31, 2018.


      AgAu
      Name: AgAu (?)
      Location: Zug, Switzerland.
      Website: agau.io
      AgAu gets its name from the symbol for the chemical elements argentum, for silver, and aurum, for gold. AgAu is fully decentralised ownership of cryptocurrencies 100% backed by physical and allocated gold and silver. 1 AgAu Gold token = 1 g of LBMA Gold, and 1 AgAu Silver token = 1 g of LBMA Silver.
      Pre-ICO begins on 15 May, 2018.





      Initial Coin Offering (ICO)
      An Initial Coin Offering (ICO) is how a new cryptocurrency raises money for its startup. A token is given a set rate, and there maybe bonuses for early buyers. It is rare to be able to buy ICO tokens with fiat currency, so you will need a stash of Bitcoin or Ethereum first.

      Darico
      Name: Darico (DRC)
      Location: Zug, Switzerland.
      Website: darico.io
      Darico is a gold-hedged cryptocurrency investment token backed by gold, bitcoin and ethereum. Each token is comprised of 55% bitcoin, 35% gold, and 10% ether. The gold sits in custodial vaults, and there is an app wallet and a Darico debit card.
      The Darico ICO ends on the 30th July 2018.


      Gold Bits Coin
      Name: Gold Bits Coin (GBeez)
      Location: Australia.
      Website: goldbitscoin.com
      Gold Bits Coin is a gold-backed crypto but the site and White Paper is light on details. It says that each coin is “backed by real gold”, but it doesn’t say how much gold is in each coin, or how it is stored.
      Gold Bits Coin ICO is on through to May 2018.


      Flashmoni
      Name: Flashmoni (OZT)
      Location: London, UK.
      Website: flashmoni.io
      Flashmoni is a blockchain-powered fintech company that offers a physical gold-pegged cryptocurrency, innovative payment solutions and a smart contract-based advertising solution. In addition to using gold to back their tokens, they also plan to raise funds to directly operate mines to “improve miner’s working conditions, their lives and of the communities where they live.”
      There are two gold-backed tokens: OZG which is a private token pegged with 24 K gold stored in Dubai’s DMCC Free Zone and in Singapore. 1 OZG = 1 grain of gold (1 grain is approx 0.065 gram). OZT is the public token tradable on crypto exchanges and OZTs core value is 1/20th of the OZG.
      The Flashmoni ICO begins on 11 February 2018.
      Upcoming ICO


      Sudan Gold Coin
      Name: Sudan Gold Coin (SGC)
      Location: Dubai, U.A.E.
      Website: sudangm.com
      Sudan Gold Coin is a gold mining business with blockchain technologies that offers a fair distribution of the profit. Each token at the beginning will be tied to the 0.05g of gold per token. More gold is added to each token as the gold is physically mined. The mine is located in a study area of over 8000 Km2 in Northern State of Sudan. The Dubai SG mining Co controls 100% of the Sudanese mining company
      The ICO begins in Q2, 2018.





      Crypto Exchanges
      Once the ICO is over the token will then become available for public exchange on a set date. There are hundreds of cryptocurrency exchanges, but not all exchanges list all tokens. The token website will list which exchange you can buy and sell at, and you will most likely end up opening accounts at a few different exchanges.
      This list is all the gold-backed cryptocurrencies that have gone on to graduate to the open market.

      AurumCoin
      Name: AurumCoin (AU)
      Location: ?
      Website: aurumcoin.com
      Each AurumCoin is backed with 0.75 grams of gold, yet AurumCoin’s par value will always be worth 1 gram of pure gold. When you buy an AurumCoin you buy a digital proof for 1 gram of gold stored and insured in professional high-security gold vaults in Zurich, London, New York, Toronto, Singapore, and Hong Kong.


      DigixGlobal
      Name: DigixGlobal (DGX and DGD)
      Location: 32 Carpenter Street, Singapore.
      Website: digix.global
      DigixGlobal has created two types of Ethereum tokens – each with unique properties. DGX Digix Gold Token represents 1 gram of 99.99% LMBA standard gold, secured in Safehouse vaults. Digix DAO Tokens (DGD) is used to claim quarterly rewards based on the total DGX collected through transaction fees. The DGD value fluctuates based on exchange rates and market forces.


      Goldmint
      Name: GoldMint (MNTP)
      Location: Moscow, Russia.
      Website: goldmint.io
      GoldMint is blockchain based platform which operates with 100% gold-backed cryptoassets, either gold or exchange-traded funds (ETF). The GoldMint platform is built on a private blockchain, based on the Graphene technology. There is no mention of where the gold is stored, or indeed what percentage is physical gold.


      HelloGold
      Name: HelloGold (HGT)
      Location: Malaysia.
      Website: hellogold.com
      HelloGold users can buy and store gold which can be converted to a Gold Backed Token (Goldx), which is backed by 1 gram of gold. The gold is held and accounted for in a partnering vault in Singapore, and it is certified as compliant with the Shari’ah Standard on by the World Gold Council.


      KaratBank
      Name: KaratBank (KBC)
      Location: Singapore
      Website: karatbank.io
      The KaratBank Coin is a blockchain-based cryptocurrency that is linked to physically deposited gold in the form of the so-called CashGold. The idea behind CashGold is to implement small gold bars on a specific paper which partially looks like a bank note. However, instead of mentioning a specific currency amount, the weight of the implemented gold bar is displayed.


      PureGold
      Name: PureGold (PGT and PGG)
      Location: Singapore
      Website: puregold.io
      Puregold is a payment gateway using Gold backed cryptocurrency. They offer two digital tokens called PGT for transactions; and PGG which is a cryptoasset backed by physical gold.
      The company uses physical gold (of 999.9 quality) as its security. Puregold’s gold reserves equal or exceed its circulated amounts of PGG gold-backed tokens. The physical gold is stored by a third party in a decentralized storage unit that Puregold stores investment grade gold, gold jewellery, small ingots (up to 100 grams) and coins.


      Xaurum
      Name: Xaurum (XAUR)
      Location: Crystal Palace, BTC City, Ameriška ulica 8, Ljubljana, Slovenia
      Website: xaurum.org
      Xaurum is coined by exchanging the mined value for physical gold, stored as the CommonWealth gold reserves. It was first coined on a PoS Blackcoin blockchain, and has transitioned to Ethereum.

      goldscape.net/gold-blog/gold-backed-cryptocurrency/
    • Kinesis presents the first ever asset-based, high velocity, yield bearing, suite of digital currencies, including the KAU (physical gold backed digital currency) and KAG (physical silver backed digital currency).
      These currencies have been developed to revolutionise the way the world views and uses money.

      Kinesis will be leveraging the proprietary physical precious metals exchange platform developed by the Allocated Bullion Exchange (ABX), as well as ABX’s extensive network of world-class vaulting facilities, to store the underlying bullion backing the Kinesis Currencies.

      For each and every time a physical precious metal backed Kinesis Currency is minted in the primary market, the underlying metal will be simultaneously purchased in ABX to ensure true, instantaneous 1:1 backing.

      The precious metals backing the Kinesis Currencies will always be sourced from an industry leading and reputable refiner per the Approved Refiner List of the Allocated Bullion Exchange (ABX).

      The metals are vaulted in world-class, approved vaulting providers ensuring security and accountability. Holders of the precious metals backed Kinesis Currencies can rest assured that their metals are that of quality refinement and remain compliant in accordance with the ABX Quality Assurance Framework.

      At any time the holders of a Kinesis Currency can opt to exchange their currency for the physical metal backing the currency.

      medium.com/@kinesis/kinesis-blockchain-insight-b14284e620ad
    • German Bank Allows Users To Transfer Loans Anywhere In The World Using Bitcoin



      With the US set to blacklist Iran from global dollar-based transactions, here's an idea for Tehran: use Bitcoin to make, and accept, payments from its trading partners. And, there's even a bank ready to serve Iran when it comes knocking: according to Reuters, German Radoslav Albrecht has founded an online bank that allows clients to transfer loans anywhere in the world using Bitcoin.

      Albrecht's Bitbond uses Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to completely bypass the Swift international transfer system which has a monopoly and ultimate veto power on who is in - and isn't - in the global petrodollar club, to lend money across the globe rapidly and at low cost.

      “Traditional money transfers are relatively costly due to currency exchange fees, and can take up to a few days,” Albrecht told Reuters TV in his office in Berlin’s fashionable neighborhood Prenzlauer Berg. “With Bitbond, payments work independently of where customers are. Via internet it is very, very quick and the fees are low.”

      Most clients are small business owners or freelance workers, Albrecht says. Loans are relatively small and don’t exceed 50,000 dollars. However, those amount are set to grow: in 2016, Bitbond was officially licensed as a bank and has gained many investors since. More importantly, not a single regulator has reached out to Albrecht to tell him to shut down his service, and for good reason: according to Bitnodes, adoption of bitcoin has been rapid in Germany, only trailing the U.S., based on the location of all the bitcoin nodes that transmit data about new transactions.

      zerohedge.com/news/2018-05-13/…where-world-using-bitcoin

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