January 1st, 2018
No Internet? You Can Still Invest In Cryptocurrencies
It might seem like a surprising statistic, but more than half of the world’s population do not have access to the internet. When you combine this with the fact that 2 billion people do not have a bank account or even access to any financial institution via a mobile phone, it seems like investing in cryptocurrency would just be completely impossible. Well not anymore. mCoin is the world’s first cryptocurrency which works on any mobile with or without internet.
Currently more than 30,000 people from over 150 countries currently own mCoin, and are participating in the ongoing ICO, and support for the coin is simply growing by the day. It also has the support of an African Mobile Operator, who will deploy the virtual wallet and applications for all of their subscribers.
have adopted mCoin’s blockchain technology on their SMS and Voice based platform, which has boosted its popularity greatly. It is the first cryptocurrency that has ‘pseudo mining’ that lets its users earn mCoins on any mobile. Owners of the virtual wallet will allow its users to send and receive mCoins to other people by a global ONEm name and without having to input a long wallet address.
A lot of investors have already purchased the virtual currency at the initial cost of 3¢. After the beginning of June, it will increase to 5¢. Come July, when the coin is listed on exchanges, it is expected that the price will reach 10¢. By the end of the year, it has been predicted that it will reach $1.
Those who were among the first to purchase the coin can expect some bonuses in the coming weeks, including a personalised commemorative mCoin Holder Card.
Watch this space, because mCoin is set to become huge.