What is Cryptocurrency?

Cryptocurrency is a digital, decentralised form of money. It is nationless – meaning that it does not belong to a single country, it is not owned by any government, bank or central authority but rather conforms to a mathematical consensus. This form of digital, peer-to-peer cash system is underpinned by the blockchain technology.

What is the Blockchain?

Simply, the blockchain is a digital ledger which keeps record of all the transactions which have ever taken place. It is immutable; meaning it cannot be altered retroactively without having to change the whole subsequent data which makes it a secure form of data keeping and transacting.

Why is the Blockchain an important technology

Since the development of the blockchain, countless innovations have seen the emergence of alternative, reliable means of money transport, creating a counter-culture of alternative means to traditional money administration and money storage. The prime advantage lies in the core principle of the blockchain: decentralisation.

How do I enter the cryptocurrency market?

There are many ways to enter this market: one of which is to research about the technology and what it has to offer. Alternatively, you can book a consultation with one of our experts who will be able to provide a well-grounded discussion in regards to opportunities and risks.

What are the benefits of trading in cryptocurrency?

Decentralisation as key to progress is more evident now than ever before against the limitations of legacy systems. There are many benefits to transacting via digital currencies, not least because of their efficiency in circumventing global lack of trade coordination. More importantly, by trading via a nationless, borderless, currency, we rally international borders and exclude no one in the chance to participate.

What is the difference between transacting through a bank and transacting through blockchain?

This isn’t a case of one or the other; both systems can work in tandem. However, where banks tend to fall short with processing fees and waiting times, a distributed, decentralised system can be the alternative to the recurrent hindrances. A digital age demands an evolution of systems, and a system whose fundament lies in peer to peer communication rather than within intermediaries is truly revolutionary, and necessary.

What exactly are the Digital Trade Routes?

Digital trade routes are virtual strategic trade lines between nation states. They identify participant countries/ regions as a result of a global necessity. These Routes are enabled by the blockchain, circumventing many of the bureaucratic obstructions allowing for speed of execution and a common supranational dialogue to be laid out.

Why do we trade exclusively in Crypto-currency ?

Technology is seminal in expanding international trade relations. In order to establish a uniformity in global trade, there needs to be a general consensus, accepted and practiced by participating bodies. In addition, there needs to be a common value of exchange – a currency which transcends national interest hence all our trade is carried out exclusively in cryptocurrencies.

What countries are accepted?

Generally, most countries are accepted providing that the source of funds can be verified. Our emphasis however lies in fortifying trade relations between the UK and the developing economies, namely China, Russia, India, Singapore, Brazil and certain key African nations such as Nigeria, South Africa and Ghana.  This is not a complete listing, but rather our target markets.

Which currencies do we currently accept?

We currently accept the ‘principle’ currencies, such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin – others are also considered depending on market behaviour and client preference.

How will I be affected by coin market volatility?

Corporations tend to be more privy to a sophisticated set up than retail investors. There are a few ways in which we hedge against volatility, and, depending on market conditions, we use less volatile currencies in order to retain consistency between rates, to benefit both client and buyer. We work closely with experts whose focus it is to study market behaviours against the backdrop of events likely to impact the markets, this way we are better positioned in the event of market volatilities.

What is the average transaction time?

Transaction times vary from a few seconds to a few hours depending on the size/volume of the trade.

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