- Project TypeBlockchain
- AlgorithmNone specified
- Circulating SupplyNone specified
- Total SupplyNone specified
- Max Supply200,000,000
- Primary SectorFinance
- JurisdictionNone specified
Marcus Andrade is a blockchain and digital currency enthusiast since the inception of Bitcoin in 2009. Marcus envisioned global adoption of an electronic currency that could cross borders from peer to peer with minimal cost.
In 2012, Marcus Andrade, a former United States Marine, computer programming maven, and successful businessman spearheaded the development of a new structure for cryptocurrency. It utilizes a hybrid distributed ledger technology that provides a better approach for regulating a cryptocurrency while maintaining the most celebrated feature of Bitcoin, i.e. decentralized banking. This new digital currency, Aten “Black Gold”, was based on the Bitcoin protocol and is designed to be compliant with the requirements of stringent laws with which banks and other financial institutions are required to comply. Marcus introduced Aten “Black Gold” to the market in September 2015. Using a “privately regulated public blockchain” concept, the Aten Coin utilized a novel personal identity-linked credential authentication protocol built into the source code of the coin.
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Where to Buy and Trade AML BitcoinThese are the crypto exchanges where you can buy, sell and trade AML Bitcoin, ordered by exchange popularity. You should try the ones on the top first, but also look out for the "Recommended" badge as those are reliable exchanges that we have partnered with and are comfortable recommending them to our users.
1. Live token offeringsNo live token offerings
2. Upcoming token offeringsNo upcoming token offerings
3. Past token offerings
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