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Do you know these strange cryptocurrencies?

In this altcoin-flooded society, you have no idea that the next field the cryptocurrency will touch. Regardless of the field, you may even find that some currencies are used in charities, such as TerraNova. So, I will list these strange currencies today.

1. SocialCoin The first one to introduce is a cryptocurrency about "solving social issues." SocialCoin is headquartered in Barcelona. It is a Civic Engagement Platform based on deep learning. It can help citizens solve related issues through the blockchain system. Does this sound strange? How can it help solve these things? However, the global IT service provider NTT DATA announced on March 15 that the Social Coin was selected as the champion in the Open Innovation Business Contest 5.0 finals held in Toyooka, Tokyo. This is enough to prove that it does have the ability to solve social problems. And I’d like to try it out while I have that chance.


2. NoLimitCoin The name of the following coin sounds full of science and technology, but it actually has a very close relationship with sports and gambling. The advantage of No Limit Coin (NLC2) is that it is built on its acceptance and ability to trade with external systems. When Dream Sports players decide to purchase NoLimitCoin (NLC2) through an encrypted digital currency exchange, they have a guarantee that these currencies can be transferred back to other currencies in the third-party trading market. In fact, that platform is just for gambling, but it seems to be quite fun. The World Cup is coming. Is it better to try it?

3. Luna Coin Can DNA information also be applied to the cryptocurrency field? Luna coin did it. This name sounds more beautiful than NoLimitCoin. But Luna coin is a product of luna DNA. The company’s chief executive and information officer are exsoldiers of gene research firm Illumina: CEO Bob Kain is the chief engineering officer of Illumina, and CIO Scott Kahn is from Illumina’s CIO position. Other members of the team include cryptographic developers, people from the health and gaming worlds, and David Lewis, a life sciences investor. Sell DNA? It sounds terrible. I will not invest my personal information as a risk.


4. AirToken I really want to tell the founding team: "Aren't you guys afraid of being treated as fraudulent currency?" However, Airtoken is indeed related to the word "cheat." Because it is a cryptocurrency platform for lending to Asia, South America, and Africa, while lenders come from North America and Europe. For the loan, the word “liar� is really suitable. After all, a lot of people get it into bankruptcy. But the idea which use cryptocurrency in lending by founder is so clever. In summary, these coins are really interesting and can be a well-talking with friends.

Do you know these strange cryptocurrencies?  

Do you know these strange cryptocurrencies?

Do you know these strange cryptocurrencies?  

Do you know these strange cryptocurrencies?

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