Greece has been under the weather for a long time but Agistri, a small Greek island widely considered to be a tourist haven, has been one of the hardest hit.
To seek out a way to survive in this harsh time, and to keep the economy running, the policymakers have now fallen back on the magic of cryptocurrency to pull Agistri out of the crisis. The authorities have put a seal of approval to pilot a new cryptocurrency called “Nautiluscoin” with the hope that it would help pull the fragile economy on track.
This virtual currency was initially made to help people who wished to make transactions out of the traditional banking system. Considering the economic situation that Greece is in, it is likely that the Greeks will be willing to try Nautiluscoin.
The citizens will be able to do transactions via Drachmae.Money and the users will have to pay a specified fee to use the service. All the fees will then be collected by the Nautiluscoin Stability Fund, which would use it to buy gold so as to back the currency.
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