Maplecoin gets support from Maple Syrup

Friday 23 May 2014 14:19 CET | News

Maplecoin, the Canadian national crypto-currency, has been granted the support of Maple Syrup, an international reserve asset company, in order to develop its business, reports.

An exchange rate of one maplecoin to one millilitre of Maple Syrup has been established through the creation of the Maplecoin National Syrup Reserve, the same source reports. Maplecoin customers will be able to cash in their crypto-currency for pots of syrup from the syrup reserve.

Maplecoins developer team informs, via a press release cited by the source, that they will deliver a Certificate of Authenticity from the maplecoin National Syrup Reserve which certifies an asset exchange.

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Keywords: Canada, Maplecoin, Maple Syrup, digital currency, online payments, online sales
Categories: Payments & Commerce
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