Free Faircoin Presentation on November 17th at Redwood Playhouse in Garberville
This is a press release from the Got Respect Store:
What is Faircoin and what is a local node?
Like Bitcoin, Faircoin is a digital currency whose value is determined by the people using it. Unlike Bitcoin, Faircoin consumes 1/1000th of the electricity during transactions making it the eco-friendliest cryptocurrency available today.
Local nodes offer goods and services and facilitating transfers of fiat currency into Faircoin.
What do you do with Faircoins? You can hold onto them and watch them grow like an investment, spend them anywhere in the world that a local node exists, or cash them out for fiat currency via electronic transfer into your bank account.
Faircoin (currently worth 51 million dollars – https://coinmarketcap.com) can now be bought for cash at The Got Respect Store or via electronic transfer of funds at the getfaircoin.net website and selecting Humboldt County local node.
Local nodes help to promote awareness of and expand access to the digital economy that is changing how the world does business. The fair.coop website is a great point of reference for more information regarding the goals and ideals of this global-local community.
This new way of trading will empower the lives of millions of people, including those who do not have access to traditional financial services or who prefer to not deal with such institutions.
Robin Denton, a cryptocurrency consultant living in Switzerland commented, “The Emerald Triangle has fascinated me for years, and our project saw the potential to connect with fellow outlaws, freedom lovers and pirates here in America! I saw Garberville as a bridge or portal for new ideas to take root. I think this new digital currency exchange will empower many people in the community and improve your local economy.”
Digital currency is good for sales and transfers of value, and is instant, transnational, transparent, secure, cannot be put on hold, cannot be frozen, and is easy to trade with.
Transaction fees and costly delays of electronic wire transfers are eliminated with this new system, the highest fees being 1% on wire transactions and all other transfers free of charge.
As the service continues to evolve clients will have the possibility to get FairPay chip cards and even become shareholders in the Bank of the Commons, an international cryptocurrency bank.
We want to help you get ahead of the curve in the digital currency boom that is taking the world by storm.
Join us at The Redwood Playhouse Friday November 17th at 6:30 PM for a free one-hour presentation on how you can become a part of this grassroots revolution.
For more information contact Vincent 707-834-3531, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or come into The Got Respect Store, 760 Redwood Drive, Garberville, California 95542.