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GreenCoinX Inc, which is the developer of the world’s first identifiable cryptocurrency ‘GreenCoinX’, has announced that it is going to start its operations in the Isle of Man as it has been welcomed by its government.

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GreenCoinX Inc, which is the developer of the world’s first identifiable cryptocurrency ‘GreenCoinX’, has announced that it is going to start its operations in the Isle of Man as it has been welcomed by its government.

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With "Green", they even build on the environmentalism, man-made global warming delusion to try to get people to accept this 666 enslavement.

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"We are coming up with the first identifiable block-chain which will identify all information about a person depending upon the requirement for each country," said Doctor, chief executive and president of GreenCoinX. He said KYC (Know Your Customer) information will be put on the block-chain, which will be able to collect taxes at transaction level and also restrict country specific transfers.

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