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Brazilian coffee cooperative to launch a coffee-backed cryptocurrency

One of the largest Brazilian arabica bean cooperatives is brewing up a cryptocurrency of its own. Minasul is planning to issue a coffee supplies-backed cryptocurrency, Bloomberg writes. Farmers will be able to use the token in Minasul’s online store to …Read more





Brazilian coffee cooperative to launch a coffee-backed cryptocurrency

One of the largest Brazilian arabica bean cooperatives is brewing up a cryptocurrency of its own Minasul is planning to issue a coffee supplies-backed cryptocurrency Bloomberg writes Farmers
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Crypto Coffee Coin Is Coming to Brazils Countryside Farmers

Coffee farmers in Brazils countryside could be soon be using cryptocurrency for their day-to-day needs A major arabica-bean cooperative Minasul is planning to this month launch a blockchain-based digital coin that will be backed by coffee supplies
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Digital coffee coin coming to Brazil

Sao Paulo Coffee farmers in Brazils countryside could be soon be using cryptocurrency for their day-to-day needs A major arabica-bean cooperative Minasul is planning to this month launch a blockchain-based digital coin that will be backed by coffee
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Ripples Trillion-Dollar Man

At age 48 Schwartz bearded and balding with shoulder-length hair is the Gandalfesque wizard of San Franciscos Ripple and co-creator of the third-most-valuable cryptocurrency a Belgian cooperative organization founded in 1973 that counts more
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In-House Counsel Insights What In-House Counsel Need to Know About Blockchain

That cooperative aspect of blockchain projects is what makes them so difficult for many companies and creates challenges for general counsel involved Its easy for a lawyer to start asking questions buying their Starbucks coffee that they think
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Coffee Catches Bull Wave Market Bits

NEW YORK TheStreet — The July coffee contract price was popping 24 to 28365 a The advance in soybeans occurred despite reports of abundant Brazil soy crops demand pressure and a Goldman Sachs report recommending the closure of its CCCP
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