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Not a Math Money,  a Physics Money.

Digital Coins Established on Quantum Randomness

Money Minted from a Rock of Randomness

Crypto currencies -- from Bitcoin through Ethereum -- are based on complexity theory which identified mathematical challenges not expected to be solved in a timely manner.  If the attacking computers are not faster than the ones we know today, and if the attacking mathematicians are not smarter than the ones we rely on, then this premise may have some grounding -- indeed these currencies flourish.  Alas, (i) faster computers are coming -- quantum computers, and (ii) smarter mathematicians are already busy.   It is therefore that crypto currencies are wrong headed -- despite their popularity and the rise in valuation.  

The right way is BitMint.  We achieve the capability one associates with digital money.  But BitMint is not minted with complexity algorithms.  To use BitMint  you will need to disengage yourself from the crypto herd. A proposition for which only few qualify.   They are our customers.

BitMint Loyalty
BitMint P2P

BitMint Loyalty Platform offers you maximum flexibility to fashion rewards as well as inducement to customers and prospects. Top security, transferability, online and off-line.

Only with BitMint P2P you can pay digital money off-line; pay and get paid cash-like, without identifying the other party.  BitMint P2P circumvents the mammoth card-payment networks (Visa, MasterCard, etc...)

We identified BitMint as the only candidate qualifying as a universal digital representation of worldwide currencies.

"Digital Marketplace Unleashed"  Springer 2017

BitMint is a new idea of digital cash. It breaks with all historical conventions of secure money. It solves the "change" problem. And it offers more than just money. 

Giesecke & Devrient , Munich, Germany, 2017

BitMint Credit

BitMint mints 'negative coins' which are passed around as credit, using the same platform as cash. New versatility,  and new efficiency.

BitMint Social Justice

Setting up BitMint Life Cycle Coins that are pushed at the bottom end of a community, and are eventually taxed at the high end, with market forces steaming ahead in between.