Liberia: Abundance Coin Announces Offer of ‘$50m’ in cryptocurrency 

Monrovia – The amount of US$50 million in Abundance or TACC Coins, a form of Cryptocurrency, is said to be offered or in circulation in the global digital financial market, at the prevailing price of US$0.15 (fifteen cents) per coin.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of The Abundance Coin Community (TACC), Mr. Steve WIlliams, in Monrovia on Thursday, April 28th, said the announcement of the US$50 million in coins is owing to the ‘burning’ of US$1,950,000,000, which aimed to allow interested persons of every status of life, despite religion, culture or nationality, to buy or own coins (digital money) for the future.

This is the second major news of Cryptocurrency to be released in Liberia amid the Central Bank of Liberia’s (CBL) refusal to allow The Abundance Community Coin (TACC) to be launched as the first-ever global digital currency network in Liberia. The launch was to be held at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia in 2021, but CBL denied licensing TACC for technical reasons.

Cryptocurrency is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange wherein individual coin ownership records are stored in a ledger existing in a form of a computerized database using strong cryptography to secure transaction records, control the creation of additional coins, and verify the transfer of coin ownership.

TACC in a statement said the Abundance of TACC coins could be used in the future for various services such as paying utility bills, cross-border remittances, peer-to-peer transactions, and buying private-sector products from onboarded merchant networks on this platform.

The aim of Abundance or TACC Coins, according to Mr. Williams in Monrovia averred that it is to establish an alternate financial system to strengthen the economy, boost financial inclusion and eliminate existing issues.

It is also aimed to bring efficiency, ease of transaction, and security to the system as well as offer the entire benefits of digital transactions.

“We are still engaging the CBL and we want to make Liberia our headquarters… through Abundance or TACC, we can build a Dubai’s economy in Liberia,” Mr. Williams said.

In the press conference, Mr. Williams said  TACC Coins have been launched globally in Monrovia in May 2021 and it is in more than 90 countries.

The TACC CEO said they wish to make Liberia its headquarters if the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) approved and licensed them.

 TACC was established in 2019 by Steve Williams. In Liberia, Richard Taylor is the head.

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