Gypsies got their own cryptocurrency GypsycoinBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/gypsies-got-their-own-cryptocurrency-gypsycoin
Electronic money or cryptocurrencies today own the minds of millions and there are already more than 7 thousand names in the world. Therefore, when the next one is added, no one is particularly surprised. But not in the case of the Gypsycoin cryptocurrency, the creation of which was recently announced by the Gypsy baron Daniel Choabe from Romania. He believes that the new electronic money has a promising future.
In an interview with one of the financial publications, Daniel Choabe said that the Gypsycoin cryptocurrency is conceived as a means for implementing many important projects. First of all, it will be completely international and will be able to unite the Roma living in different parts of the world and using the currency of their countries.
Another task of the new electronic money is to fight discrimination and xenophobia around the world. With the help of Gypsycoin, it will be possible to raise money for a variety of events related to the struggle of the Gypsy people for their rights. Well, an important point is the financing of education in communities and camps, where, as you know, everything is very bad with studies, regardless of the country where they are located.
Daniel Choabe said that Gypsycoin already even has a symbol-it looks like a "chakra" - a sacred wheel of Hindu origin, which can be seen on the national flag of the Roma. The chakra on the coins will be complemented by a stylized image of an electronic chip. Choabe has already put the issue of cryptocurrency on the agenda of the international Congress of Gypsies and it was supported there.
The association of Gypsies from all over the world, the financing of charitable organizations, as well as educational initiatives – this is how the purpose of Gypsycoin is described in the press release of the congress. Daniel Choabe and his associates will start implementing their plan in the very near future.
Everyone is hearing about bitcoins now, but there are very exotic cryptocurrencies in the world. Among the most interesting are the PutinCoin tokens dedicated to the President of Russia and the official cryptocurrency of the LGBT community GayCoin, founded back in 2014.