Minex Systems Lists ‘4 Reasons to Join the MineCoin ICO This Week’

Minex Systems Lists ‘4 Reasons to Join the MineCoin ICO This Week’

After raising an initial $150,000 USD, Minex continues its ICO until the end of December. Between now and the close of the crowdsale, the team has distributed a list of “4 reasons to join the MineCoin ICO this week.” ‘MineCoin Can Be Used to Buy Anything’. Bitcoinist previously reported on Minex’s vision of a complete financial system based on its MineCoin token. A fully-developed ecosystem would include an investment platform, an exchange, a “central bank,” and a marketplace for goods and services. The central bank is the most ambitious of these visions, regulating the MineCoin supply to....


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