There’s much benefit to being anonymous. Wasn’t that a key part of Satoshi’s vision?
Apollo all-in-one privacy currency combines every mainstream feature into a truly private and unregulatable platform. That’s possible through tech such as private ledger, decentralized exchange, coin mixing, and advanced IP masking.
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Most regulators remain skeptical of use-cases of cryptocurrencies. Last month, Denmark’s tax agency announced it will collect users’ data from local exchanges — eliminating privacy in the tech-forward country.
In Iran, authorities are considering banning “unapproved cryptos” such as Bitcoin. This move coerces citizens to use state-sanctioned digital currencies — which reduces financial freedom. Local coins are being developed to skirt U.S. sanctions, but the problem is that Iran’s politicians mismanage the local economy.
The Middle Eastern country with population of 81 million had 29.6 inflation rate in 2018, severely depleting Iranians’ purchasing power. Officials are now developing gold-backed tokens. But these don’t resolve the underlying problems of ineptitude and dysfunction.
Apollo combines every mainstream feature into a single, unregulatable platform. With 2-second block speed, it’s also one of the fastest cryptos on Earth.
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