Zippcoin: Women Over Men

Zippcoin: Women Over Men

Many are losing track of all the up-and-coming digital currencies making their way into the online payments market. Between Bitcoin, Litecoin, Altcoin, Darkcoin and Dogecoin, we already have quite a few to remember. Then, some others began popping up... Swiftcoin, PayCoin, Bytecent, Ultracoin, Feathercoin, MiracleCoin... Have we left any out yet? Is your brain beginning to hurt? Well, here's one for you... It's called Zippcoin, and it's doing a few interesting things to earn itself some necessary attention. For example, its users receive a weekly "allowance," and men receive a smaller....


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