NAPC to Launch AMERO Dig­i­tal Cur­rency in June

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The North Amer­ica Pro­cure­ment Coun­cil will be de­ploy­ing its dig­i­tal cur­rency for North Amer­ica -- the AMERO, in early June. The name AMERO was in­spired by the North Amer­i­can Mon­e­tary Union and Amero cur­rency first pro­posed in a white pa­per in 1999 by Her­bert G. Grubel of the Frasier In­sti­tute in Van­cou­ver, Canada. Pro­fes­sor Grubel is an ex­pert in eco­nomic pol­icy is­sues and his ar­gu­ments for a North Amer­i­can Mon­e­tary Union were sound and based on ex­ten­sive ex­pe­ri­ence and knowl­edge. The pro­posed North Amer­i­can Mon­e­tary Union and Amero were never of­fi­cially dis­cussed at the govern­ment level but be­tween 2005 and 2009 Mex­ico, the U.S. and Canada held dis­cus­sions un­der what was called the Se­cu­rity and Pros­per­ity Part­ner­ship (SPP). How­ever, the SPP did not re­sult in any treaties or agree­ments and the Obama ad­min­is­tra­tion did not con­tinue the dis­cus­sions. The NAPC'S AMERO is not in­tended to sug­gest or pro­mote a North Amer­i­can Union but will merely func­tion as a medium of ex­change par­al­lel to na­tional cur­ren­cies. Dozens of com­pa­nies have al­ready signed up to ac­cept the AMERO for at least a por­tion of their sales and in ex­change will re­ceive free AMERO when first re­leased and more with each sale in AMERO for the first three months after re­lease. The ini­tial value of one AMERO is be­ing pegged to one U.S. dol­lar, but it is our in­ten­tion that the value of the AMERO in­crease steadily. The AMERO is sub­stan­tially dif­fer­ent from other cryp- tocur­ren­cies such as bit­coin. It has been de­signed to be used for com­merce be­tween govern­ment and busi­ness and busi­nesses-to-busi­ness and avoids many of the prob­lems with other cryp­tocur­ren­cies. Un­like bit­coin, the AMERO does not have to be mined and is cen­trally man­aged. It is also vir­tu­ally theft proof and not suit­able for money laun­der­ing or other crim­i­nal ac­tiv­ity. Trans­ac­tions will take at most sec­onds, in­stead of the hours that a bit­coin trans­ac­tion now takes. The AMERO will ben­e­fit busi­nesses by pro­vid­ing: U More busi­ness op­por­tu­ni­ties U Con­ser­va­tion of cap­i­tal U Higher profit U Very low or no trans­ac­tion fees U Sim­pli­fied cross-bor­der trans­ac­tions U Po­ten­tial in­crease in AMERO value U Ease of use U Hedge against de­clin­ing U.S. dol­lar

90% of the ini­tial 500 bil­lion AMERO cre­ated will be given as grants to govern­ment agen­cies, non-profit or­ga­ni­za­tions and for R&D in Canada, the U.S., Mex­ico, Cen­tral Amer­ica and the Caribbean. The grants will be used for a wide range of devel­op­ment and democ­racy projects, but mostly for cli­mate change adap­ta­tion and for the devel­op­ment of a new more hu­mane and sus­tain­able civ­i­liza­tion. Grant ap­pli­ca­tions will be ac­cepted start­ing April 15 at www.amero­ The NAPC has part­nered with the In­ter­na­tional Dig­i­tal Mon­e­tary Coun­cil (IDMC), a non-profit or­ga­ni­za­tion which is de­vel­op­ing a sound pol­icy and reg­u­la­tory frame­work for in­ter­na­tional dig­i­tal cur­ren­cies that will meet the needs of govern­ment and busi­ness. Once the stan­dards are fi­nal­ized they will be pro­moted to var­i­ous reg­u­la­tory agen­cies. A num­ber of AMERO tran­sanc­tions are al­ready sched­uled and the num­ber of ven­dors signed up to ac­cept the AMERO is grow­ing rapidly. Sign up now to ac­cept the AMERO and get up to 2,500 AMERO free. Just lo­gin at Bi­do­, NAPC.PRO, or Tril­, click on Ac­count Man­ager, then on Dig­i­tal Cur­ren­cies and select your level of ac­cep­tance.

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