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BNAK launches Swiftcoin virtual currency

19 November 2012  |  3353 views  |  0 Source: BNAK

The First National Innovation Brokers today announced that it is giving away ten Free Swiftcoins ( US$15.00) to all new users who download and install the Swiftcoin eWallet from the BNAK website.

Swiftcoin is electronic money that inhabits your computer just as email and word documents do. You can send Swiftcoin to anybody just as quickly and easily as you would send email and word document attachments.

Cash is regularly lost, stolen or damaged. Currency scares about the fate of the dollar and the euro cause these and other fiat currencies to lose their purchasing power. The perceived safety of bank accounts has eroded and investment accounts have been proven unsafe in the wake of MF Global.

Swiftcoin, on the other hand, is indestructible and stealthy. It is money designed to meet the challenges of the 21st century. It cannot be burned in a house fire. It can not be left in a taxi. It cannot be taken out of your hands. It cannot be removed from your account.

Your Swiftcoin value and spending is private. Keep it on any computer or thumb drive. Swiftcoin does not require a safe, guns or armored cars. The BNAK server does not control, regulate, govern or have access to Swiftcoin. BNAK is unable to over see users or their transactions. Swiftcoin users may have as many Swiftcoin wallets as they please. If FNIB declares bankruptcy or the BNAK web site goes down, Swiftcoin remains unaffected. Transactions proceed as usual.

You can use your Swiftcoin to buy and sell goods and services on the Internet at www.Oswift.com or use it to send money to anyone around the world in seconds. A Swiftcoin wallet is all that is needed to receive Swiftcoin.

Swiftcoin is easily available via numerous options at www.BNAK.tv

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