Novamcoin

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Novamcoin
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Novam Coin ICO Review
Novam Coin ICO
Ticker: NVMCN
ICO start: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
ICO end: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
Price: 1 NVMCN = 0.25 USD
Tokentype: ERC20
Platform: Novam Coin Blockchain
Distributed: 00.00%
Minimum: 00 USD
Accepting: Not Applicable yet

Background[edit]

The introduction of cryptocurrency to the world was one that was filled with excitement, astonishment, speculation and worry. Within the last decade people have been introduced to bringing the virtual world into the real world and utilizing it for everyday life. Seen to be highly volatile, the fluctuation of the value of cryptocurrencies have people speculating whether or not entering into the crypto space is a safe decision or will it be one filled with regret. The introduction of blockchain technology has brought a decentralized, distributed and public digital ledger that is used to record transactions across many computers so that any involved record cannot be altered retroactively, without the alteration of all subsequent blocks. Blockchain is allowing for the management of transaction on a database without the need for a central authority.


Novam Coin (NVMCN) Concept[edit]

Novam Coin is a cryptographic currency based on blockchain technology to accept and facilitate payments. The coin, would initially be a part of all payments that could be accepted on the Novam App and the related upcoming applications and would also be integrate-able onto any other App/ Website via package addition, which would simply be a set of authenticated API calls to utilize the same the structure alike.

Novam Coin is was created to be used as a utility token within the Novam economy to stabilize its value as well as create value for the user of the currency. Novam Coin is intended to be used to utilize vital features within the Novam App, allowing for buyers and sellers to accept the token as a form of payment within the marketplace. Sellers within the marketplace can use the token to redeem in app features that can be used to optimize their business such as Novam Delivery services, advertisement space, parking features, seamless payment transactions and much more that are exclusively accessible only through the use of Novam Coin.


NOVAM (Marketplace)[edit]

Novam is an online ecommerce marketplace that aims to revolutionize the way commerce is conducted by bringing it online. By serving as a marketplace platform, Novam aims to facilitate user to user transaction while implementing useful features and services to help users optimize their buying/selling capabilities. As the world becomes more technologically advanced, the need for specification and differentiation becomes much more meaningful to each individual or entity.

Novam aims to recreate the era of merchants and commerce in today’s world by bringing it online. On Novam, users can utilize the marketplace as buyers or as sellers of limitless goods from digital music/content to creating their own clothing line. Mom & Pop shops who haven’t moved online as of yet can set up on the marketplace and easily list their business on the platform. Customers can order from local stores and utilize Novam’s Instant Delivery services

(if provided in their area) to receive goods instantaneously from shops who may not have offered delivery services in the past. Not only do users get to enjoy these features, but users can stream music/digital content as well as send/receive money to their recipients. Novam Coin serves as the bridge that optimizes transactions and operations for each user. 


Acquisition & Distribution[edit]

The Novam Coin will be distributed through a series of Token Sales. The distribution platform for token sales will be through https://coin.novam.app as well as within the Novam Wallet that users can access through downloading the ‘NOVAM’ app in the iTunes & Google Play Store.

Team[edit]

name: title: links: group: photo: iss:
George Edosomwan CEO/Founder https://www.linkedin.com/in/george-edosomwan-018b5a131/ george edowomwan photo 3.1

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