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August 10, 2016, 08:27:32 PM
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Hi im new to the evergreen coin, but i was wondering when my Staking will start.
i have a couple of questions:

How many coins do i need to start staking?
When will my coins be mature?

Thanks.


Hi and welcome to EverGreenCoin!

Staking will start about 24 hours after full confirmation. There is no minimum for staking. Coins fully mature after 60 confimations.

I hope I have answered your questions completely.
Thanks for your  support but i dunno if its an error something,
it says  this :

Status: 2207 confirmations
Date: 8/9/2016 06:28
From: unknown

for coins that were sent from the faucet, yet it says at the bottom not staking because there are no mature coins. Undecided

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August 10, 2016, 08:33:45 PM
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*looking into solar powered weed farming with the use of LED growlights*
Keep in mind that I am from the Netherlands and many dutch grow their own weed with the use of way too much electricity.

Sure, thats nice. But its hardly representative for the world.

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The only reasoning is they are well known and reputable, to the best of my knowledge. I have implemented their plug-ins and am familiar with them from other projects. I feel they are matured to a complete solution, not that others have not. Their brand recognition is high. Certainly we can try others, if need be. Cointopay is another I have briefly looked into. Yes, we have options.

Also, public adoption is something I personally strive for in EGC and crypto in general. The name, coin payments dot net, I feel has advantages as having less of an obscure name for merchants that may be already overwhelmed with new crypto-terminology.
I do understand your thoughts behinde this.
My main thought was that we have been talking about Coinpayments.net for a while. Maybe it would be easier to get started elsewhere and then contact Coinpayments.net.

Looking over the terms of a couple of payment solutions.
Coinpayments.net only provides fiat settelments in the US. I am guessing most of the businesses that EGC are in contact with are located in the US at the moment, but merchants in other part of the world might also like the option.
In general its very hard to see and compare fees between the different solutions.

I know basicly no coding so I cant really compare that.


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August 10, 2016, 08:49:04 PM
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Hi im new to the evergreen coin, but i was wondering when my Staking will start.
i have a couple of questions:

How many coins do i need to start staking?
When will my coins be mature?

Thanks.


Hi and welcome to EverGreenCoin!

Staking will start about 24 hours after full confirmation. There is no minimum for staking. Coins fully mature after 60 confimations.

I hope I have answered your questions completely.
Thanks for your  support but i dunno if its an error something,
it says  this :

Status: 2207 confirmations
Date: 8/9/2016 06:28
From: unknown

for coins that were sent from the faucet, yet it says at the bottom not staking because there are no mature coins. Undecided

Thanks

Yes, I have seen this. It is no reason for alarm, give it time and it will sort itself. Do not feel you are 'missing out' on a PoS reward, PoS will adjust to the time passed and you will not miss out on anything.

Also, if you are only staking faucet payouts and I presume a small amount, you will have little weight. What that means is you will not receive installments towards your 7% annual often. But yes, it will still total 7% annual.

Just be patient, I promise you, that is all that is needed. Smiley



p.s. I am having some delay with yesterday's faucet payouts. The faucet was hammered to a new level with fraudulent entries that is taking some time to make sure they are all eliminated and not paid. Sorry for the delay on that as I have many pressing issues demanding my attention all day. Yesterday's payouts will be processed asap.

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August 10, 2016, 08:49:18 PM
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*looking into solar powered weed farming with the use of LED growlights*
Keep in mind that I am from the Netherlands and many dutch grow their own weed with the use of way too much electricity.

Good to finally talk to you GizFreak. Tell me what you think about this:
 https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Bk50IuWXg-c
Really thanks for posting this link. Gotta do some calculations tomorrow to see how this would fit into my plans, but I already can see an evergreen logo at the front glass panel Smiley
This sounds like a decent solution for the biggest problem to face, namely the storage of solar power.
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August 10, 2016, 09:03:59 PM
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Hi im new to the evergreen coin, but i was wondering when my Staking will start.
i have a couple of questions:

How many coins do i need to start staking?
When will my coins be mature?

Thanks.


Hi and welcome to EverGreenCoin!

Staking will start about 24 hours after full confirmation. There is no minimum for staking. Coins fully mature after 60 confimations.

I hope I have answered your questions completely.
Thanks for your  support but i dunno if its an error something,
it says  this :

Status: 2207 confirmations
Date: 8/9/2016 06:28
From: unknown

for coins that were sent from the faucet, yet it says at the bottom not staking because there are no mature coins. Undecided

Thanks

Yes, I have seen this. It is no reason for alarm, give it time and it will sort itself. Do not feel you are 'missing out' on a PoS reward, PoS will adjust to the time passed and you will not miss out on anything.

Also, if you are only staking faucet payouts and I presume a small amount, you will have little weight. What that means is you will not receive installments towards your 7% annual often. But yes, it will still total 7% annual.

Just be patient, I promise you, that is all that is needed. Smiley

http://cdn-media-1.lifehack.org/wp-content/files/2014/02/Be-patient.-Good-things-take-time..jpg

p.s. I am having some delay with yesterday's faucet payouts. The faucet was hammered to a new level with fraudulent entries that is taking some time to make sure they are all eliminated and not paid. Sorry for the delay on that as I have many pressing issues demanding my attention all day. Yesterday's payouts will be processed asap.

Alright , i trust you and your coin , i sense a bright future for this coin.
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August 10, 2016, 09:06:31 PM
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For those of you that still view Cannabis as a 'drug'; I apologize for the way you were programmed. I was a law enforcement officer for 8 years and I felt the same way you did. I understand both arguments of Cannabis and most drugs. Take a look at alcohol and tobacco and see how many people they kill a year. I am a US army veteran diagnosed with PTSD. The pharmaceuticals they had me on almost killed me. Cannabis literally saved my life. Cannabis also saved my father from melanoma. I challenge all of you naysayers to visit our EGCC page on Facebook and educate yourself. There is a growing wealth of knowledge and I 'will' keep it coming. Cannabis is just one aspect of this coin. If EverGreenCoin becomes the main form of currency in the Cannabis industry...our market possibilities will be endless. EverGreenCoin is the way all things green will be purchased in the future. Farming, solar, deforestation, etc. Keep your eyes on the doughtnut and not the hole guys.

Not all of us are from the USA and in some parts of the world Cannabis is illegal to poses, buy or sell. It can even be an offence just offering to sell drugs (no actual sale has to happen). For those of us in such places using a coin that has strong ties to the cannabis trade could be a problem.

In terms whether this is a problem or not is likely to be dependent on what proportion of the transactions are deemed to be related to illegal activities. If a significant proportion of transactions are related to cannabis sales then those of us living where cannabis is illegal could be seen to be profiting from such trade.

As to whether that's an issue or not I'm not sure, but it's a risk some may not be willing to take.

I should state that I have no particular views on whether Cannabis should be legalised or not and it's not something I have any real interest in. Thinking about it another way if tobacco or alcohol had only recently appeared would they be legal or would they be classed as an illegal drug.
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For those of you that still view Cannabis as a 'drug'; I apologize for the way you were programmed. I was a law enforcement officer for 8 years and I felt the same way you did. I understand both arguments of Cannabis and most drugs. Take a look at alcohol and tobacco and see how many people they kill a year. I am a US army veteran diagnosed with PTSD. The pharmaceuticals they had me on almost killed me. Cannabis literally saved my life. Cannabis also saved my father from melanoma. I challenge all of you naysayers to visit our EGCC page on Facebook and educate yourself. There is a growing wealth of knowledge and I 'will' keep it coming. Cannabis is just one aspect of this coin. If EverGreenCoin becomes the main form of currency in the Cannabis industry...our market possibilities will be endless. EverGreenCoin is the way all things green will be purchased in the future. Farming, solar, deforestation, etc. Keep your eyes on the doughtnut and not the hole guys.

I am aware of the rumor that Bitcoin is to be used for drugs. I am also aware that more drugs are traded in the US dollar on the daily...than any other currency combined. Your argument is null. I moved to cryptocurrency for the freedom and to enrich my life...like most of us.

Cannabis is becoming a commodity again. You can certainly see this in quite a few of the US states now. As more people accept it, more states will join in. This is a visible domino effect towards ending prohibition.  I think we all respect the peoples' view who don't align with this aspect of the coin. However, I do feel that they will be missing out and they need education.

We just finished the application process for a booth at HempStalk 2016. HempStalk 2016 in Portland, Oregon September 24-25. More to come.

https://m.facebook.com/evergreencoin420/

Thanks for your time everyone.



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~George Washington, in a letter to William Pearce, 24 February 1794



I dont have any issues with it.
But i personally dont know any serious investers that would touch it. Especially in Europe.. Asia... and everywhere really.

When it comes to making the world green.
Cannabis does not make the top 20 list. Neither does "organic wine"......


The thing is cannabis is also connected to peoples prejudices... like anything else it doesnt need to be logical or fact based.
You can see this in many fields .. like drugs, sexuality, race or whatever.

Just saying no matter how u feel about it, the main bulk of the world dont necessarily agree.
In this case i dare say that more than 80% or way more of investors would back away from cannabis.


Solar power, or other clean environment "things" is in a completely different league and would have a lot more investement power if u widen the horizon to beyond legalized states.

I do agree that we should at least be careful not to make cannabis look like the main focus of EGC.
EGC has only just started growing so our image to the public havent really formed yet. We dont want to think of EGC as a cannabis coin. We are far more than that and we need to make sure that people see that.

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August 10, 2016, 09:11:52 PM
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Not all of us are from the USA and in some parts of the world Cannabis is illegal to poses, buy or sell. It can even be an offence just offering to sell drugs (no actual sale has to happen). For those of us in such places using a coin that has strong ties to the cannabis trade could be a problem.

In terms whether this is a problem or not is likely to be dependent on what proportion of the transactions are deemed to be related to illegal activities. If a significant proportion of transactions are related to cannabis sales then those of us living where cannabis is illegal could be seen to be profiting from such trade.

As to whether that's an issue or not I'm not sure, but it's a risk some may not be willing to take.

I should state that I have no particular views on whether Cannabis should be legalised or not and it's not something I have any real interest in. Thinking about it another way if tobacco or alcohol had only recently appeared would they be legal or would they be classed as an illegal drug.

I was just looking at some data saying that 0.5% of crypto are used in drug trade. For fiat the number is 0.9%, so from a legal standpoint I would say that you are pretty safe.

http://lsvp.com/2013/08/15/about-half-a-percent-of-bitcoin-transactions-are-to-buy-drugs/

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August 10, 2016, 09:16:55 PM
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The only reasoning is they are well known and reputable, to the best of my knowledge. I have implemented their plug-ins and am familiar with them from other projects. I feel they are matured to a complete solution, not that others have not. Their brand recognition is high. Certainly we can try others, if need be. Cointopay is another I have briefly looked into. Yes, we have options.

Also, public adoption is something I personally strive for in EGC and crypto in general. The name, coin payments dot net, I feel has advantages as having less of an obscure name for merchants that may be already overwhelmed with new crypto-terminology.
I do understand your thoughts behinde this.
My main thought was that we have been talking about Coinpayments.net for a while. Maybe it would be easier to get started elsewhere and then contact Coinpayments.net.

Looking over the terms of a couple of payment solutions.
Coinpayments.net only provides fiat settelments in the US. I am guessing most of the businesses that EGC are in contact with are located in the US at the moment, but merchants in other part of the world might also like the option.
In general its very hard to see and compare fees between the different solutions.

I know basicly no coding so I cant really compare that.


You bring up a very valid point and I thank you for that. Yes, most the merchants, all if my memory serves, I have talk to about EGC specifically are here in the states. Are you finding coinify is a more universally accepted solution and is why you are suggesting it? If so, you are absolutely correct and we need a solution for all merchants, regardless of borders.


EDIT: Oh yes, I see.

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If you wish for EverGreenCoin to be popular for some other reason...don't talk about it, be about it. I am doing the Cannabis aspect on my own, at Steves discretion. The funding for this comes out of my own pocket. I believe in EverGreenCoin and Cannabis. So, if you want it to be known for solar (etc)...start a group and work on your own project. We will get out of this, what we put into it. If you spent half of your negative energy about the coin on something positive...you would be rewarded accordingly.

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August 10, 2016, 09:36:44 PM
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If you wish for EverGreenCoin to be popular for some other reason...don't talk about it, be about it. I am doing the Cannabis aspect on my own, at Steves discretion. The funding for this comes out of my own pocket. I believe in EverGreenCoin and Cannabis. So, if you want it to be known for solar (etc)...start a group and work on your own project. We will get out of this, what we put into it. If you spent half of your negative energy about the coin on something positive...you would be rewarded accordingly.


Stating facts about laws in some countries, and peoples opinion about a substance, aint really "beeing negative".

You have to understand that this might hinder some to even be associated with it because of laws in their country.

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Sterling coin and donationcoin are also great coins with the same Dev.

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Sterling coin and donationcoin are also great coins with the same Dev.

Don't forget BERNcash. Wink

Yes, I am very public of all my involvements and projects and have disclosed in this thread previously.

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The only reasoning is they are well known and reputable, to the best of my knowledge. I have implemented their plug-ins and am familiar with them from other projects. I feel they are matured to a complete solution, not that others have not. Their brand recognition is high. Certainly we can try others, if need be. Cointopay is another I have briefly looked into. Yes, we have options.

Also, public adoption is something I personally strive for in EGC and crypto in general. The name, coin payments dot net, I feel has advantages as having less of an obscure name for merchants that may be already overwhelmed with new crypto-terminology.
I do understand your thoughts behinde this.
My main thought was that we have been talking about Coinpayments.net for a while. Maybe it would be easier to get started elsewhere and then contact Coinpayments.net.

Looking over the terms of a couple of payment solutions.
Coinpayments.net only provides fiat settelments in the US. I am guessing most of the businesses that EGC are in contact with are located in the US at the moment, but merchants in other part of the world might also like the option.
In general its very hard to see and compare fees between the different solutions.

I know basicly no coding so I cant really compare that.


You bring up a very valid point and I thank you for that. Yes, most the merchants, all if my memory serves, I have talk to about EGC specifically are here in the states. Are you finding coinify is a more universally accepted solution and is why you are suggesting it? If so, you are absolutely correct and we need a solution for all merchants, regardless of borders.
I originally came across them because they were hired by one of europes major fiat payment providers to research blockchain payments. That they are a local company also made it a bit more interesting to research.

As for acceptance they do seem to be one of the largest blockchain payment provider in Europe and pretty well established in Asia aswell.
They do offer fiat settlements in most countires around the world. Their fees looks to be the cheaper than avarage.

They also have android and apple PoS apps though I think they are a bit more limited in terms of supported coins.

I emailed them for some additional information and they were quick to reply.

I also read through their annual report and they passed their audit without remarks. Their finances werent great but it would also mean that they should be far more willing to do business.

In my view its important to research what the market has to offer. I am not claiming that one of them is superior to the other. I just found what I would consider a viable alternative and wanted to pass the information along. The more information we have, the better decisions we can make.

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August 10, 2016, 10:44:41 PM
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My apologies for the lack of communication today, EGC community. We are getting a week or more of heavy rain and I had some agricultural obligations I needed to preform before that rain started...

Fertilize the fields of corn...


Get a tractor fixed (in the distance, circled in red) and out of the soybean field before it sinks from the many inches of rain coming...


I took a picture of the soybean pods forming for the EGC community also...


Also, I had to mow grass at two farms. I did not take pictures of that.  Roll Eyes

Anyway, I see I have missed many communications. Sorry, I did not intend to ignore anyone. I am catching up now, while the buckets of rain start to fall... I will sleep well tonight! Well, depending on how excited I get when I look at today's market data. Wink

Hardworking guy  Smiley Are corn any soy fields GMO free?

Sadly, no. The seed cost for non GMO is out of this world. There is no way we could afford it. I don't even think we could easily get 50 acres of non GMO seed, if we were rich enough to afford it. This of course, all by design I believe.  

Of course it is by design of shameless corporations and greed. They want the whole world to use seeds and plants that are not able to reproduce (even greater crime against nature) so they could sell seeds each year.

Don't want too sound harsh, but this is completely against your vision of EGC and what you are trying to establish with it.

GMO in food production could be viewed as far greater concern to our nature and ourselves as non-renewable energy, although this is also very important aspect of healthy living. Main objective for GMO produce is, that it is full of pesticides and herbicides already from the seeds onwards. The main reason for GMO producing is the plants are resistant to pesticides and herbicides and can be sprayed with that shit that is causing huge health problems to humans and animals and again humans eating them. I know in USA over 90% of soy is GMO, but you should realize it can be done, if there is will. Maybe it's time to sell some EGC and try to do something in that perspective for next season ;-) You could then again use your own seeds for seeding. Studies show by GMO farming soil is loosing humus and is slowly becoming sort of a desert. On the long run GMO farming will be less efficient than non-GMO and quantity will start to fall, not even mentioning the quality, this could never be compared.

It really is a shame great chemical corporations (Monsanto, Dupont) are ruling US government and causing all this hell. Since every little bit counts, you should really start looking into this option of producing GMO free produce, believe me, it's still possible. Some people are doing it and this could also be a great market opportunity for you.

This is not bashing, as you really are an honest guy (and I salute you for that), but all this EGC thing sounds quite hypocritical, if I view it from that perspective.

Forgive me for forgetting to say this earlier but now I emphasis it even more, welcome, welcome, WELCOME to the EverGreenCoin community.

Presently the sad fact is, if we do not plant GMO on every INCH of the property we can, we can't pay the property tax alone on that inch without other income. Most years, we operate at a loss and work hard to do that. We are small, 150 acres total of which only ~100 are tillable. In recent years we have started renting and using unused farmland close enough to get equipment to, that has helped. The only reason this property is not for sale is everyone involved has to hold a job outside of trying to farm. This is survival, with a relatively small amount of property, in a now corporate large farm only industry. If we plant one non GMO seed that fails to germinate, which the germination rate is far lower and many would not, the loss is only greater. Plus we would have had to quit our paying jobs to pull weeds and everything would be on the line if we suffered even a small percentage of crop failure.

I am not disagreeing with you at all, I too believe it can be done. I do sell organic produce in Kent, Ohio at a farmer's market often. But to risk the whole farm with similar endeavors, at least at present, is a gamble that the risks are too great on. You will be happy to learn we did risk 5 acres of non GMO buckwheat this year. It is doing well so far.  I certainly hope we can proceed in that direction and we have every intention to as we steadily gain knowledge and the needed equipment. Then, when we do literally 'bet the farm', we can do so with confidence. We only need to expose ourselves to as much risk as we can afford to absorb in unfortunate results, gradually building the risk comfort zone, similar to crypto investing. Wink

Thank you so much for you comments, FogClearer!

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August 10, 2016, 10:51:03 PM
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The only reasoning is they are well known and reputable, to the best of my knowledge. I have implemented their plug-ins and am familiar with them from other projects. I feel they are matured to a complete solution, not that others have not. Their brand recognition is high. Certainly we can try others, if need be. Cointopay is another I have briefly looked into. Yes, we have options.

Also, public adoption is something I personally strive for in EGC and crypto in general. The name, coin payments dot net, I feel has advantages as having less of an obscure name for merchants that may be already overwhelmed with new crypto-terminology.
I do understand your thoughts behinde this.
My main thought was that we have been talking about Coinpayments.net for a while. Maybe it would be easier to get started elsewhere and then contact Coinpayments.net.

Looking over the terms of a couple of payment solutions.
Coinpayments.net only provides fiat settelments in the US. I am guessing most of the businesses that EGC are in contact with are located in the US at the moment, but merchants in other part of the world might also like the option.
In general its very hard to see and compare fees between the different solutions.

I know basicly no coding so I cant really compare that.


You bring up a very valid point and I thank you for that. Yes, most the merchants, all if my memory serves, I have talk to about EGC specifically are here in the states. Are you finding coinify is a more universally accepted solution and is why you are suggesting it? If so, you are absolutely correct and we need a solution for all merchants, regardless of borders.
I originally came across them because they were hired by one of europes major fiat payment providers to research blockchain payments. That they are a local company also made it a bit more interesting to research.

As for acceptance they do seem to be one of the largest blockchain payment provider in Europe and pretty well established in Asia aswell.
They do offer fiat settlements in most countires around the world. Their fees looks to be the cheaper than avarage.

They also have android and apple PoS apps though I think they are a bit more limited in terms of supported coins.

I emailed them for some additional information and they were quick to reply.

I also read through their annual report and they passed their audit without remarks. Their finances werent great but it would also mean that they should be far more willing to do business.

In my view its important to research what the market has to offer. I am not claiming that one of them is superior to the other. I just found what I would consider a viable alternative and wanted to pass the information along. The more information we have, the better decisions we can make.

Thank you kindly for doing this research and passing along the results of your findings. I will be doing some more research on coinify and cointopay also but yes, there does appear to be better solutions than coinpaymnets.

Thank you for bringing these facts to attention.

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Hi, newbie here. Wanted to verify that POW phase for this coin was already over? So, only POS staking onwards, right?
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August 11, 2016, 03:27:57 AM
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Hi, newbie here. Wanted to verify that POW phase for this coin was already over? So, only POS staking onwards, right?

Yes, that is correct. Welcome to the EverGreenCoin community!

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August 11, 2016, 04:11:28 AM
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For those of you that still view Cannabis as a 'drug'; I apologize for the way you were programmed. I was a law enforcement officer for 8 years and I felt the same way you did. I understand both arguments of Cannabis and most drugs. Take a look at alcohol and tobacco and see how many people they kill a year. I am a US army veteran diagnosed with PTSD. The pharmaceuticals they had me on almost killed me. Cannabis literally saved my life. Cannabis also saved my father from melanoma. I challenge all of you naysayers to visit our EGCC page on Facebook and educate yourself. There is a growing wealth of knowledge and I 'will' keep it coming. Cannabis is just one aspect of this coin. If EverGreenCoin becomes the main form of currency in the Cannabis industry...our market possibilities will be endless. EverGreenCoin is the way all things green will be purchased in the future. Farming, solar, deforestation, etc. Keep your eyes on the doughtnut and not the hole guys.

I am aware of the rumor that Bitcoin is to be used for drugs. I am also aware that more drugs are traded in the US dollar on the daily...than any other currency combined. Your argument is null. I moved to cryptocurrency for the freedom and to enrich my life...like most of us.

Cannabis is becoming a commodity again. You can certainly see this in quite a few of the US states now. As more people accept it, more states will join in. This is a visible domino effect towards ending prohibition.  I think we all respect the peoples' view who don't align with this aspect of the coin. However, I do feel that they will be missing out and they need education.

We just finished the application process for a booth at HempStalk 2016. HempStalk 2016 in Portland, Oregon September 24-25. More to come.

https://m.facebook.com/evergreencoin420/

Thanks for your time everyone.



"'I  am very glad to hear that the Gardener has saved so much of the St. foin seed, and that of the India Hemp. Make the most you can of both, by sowing them again in drills. . . Let the ground be well prepared, and the Seed (St. loin) be sown in April. The Hemp may be sown any where."
~George Washington, in a letter to William Pearce, 24 February 1794



THC in Cannabinoids appear to have the potential to serve as non-immune system destroying anti-tumor/cancer treatment versus toxic traditional Chemotherapy.

Biologist Explains How THC Kills Cancer Cells

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsTwmtqL-7k

Featured Image (Above): the THC "Tetrahydrocannabinol" Molecule
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