The intention is to change the way everyday people access crypto currencies for commerce, so we can’t leave any stone unturned as the lash back from fiat governments, particularly that which is controlled by the federal reserve, could potentially be quite severe and ruthless.
For this reason we have opted not to fork our own coin due to issues distributing our own coin if we were to promote our mission and our platforms.
By removing the need for any associated ICO distribution, we forked SEC relevancy from overseeing our platforms and how they’re used, as CCB isn’t a ‘commodity’ it’s more of an unnatural, technological ‘resource’.
As long as we structure our platforms so they’re stand alone enough, then we’re not accountable, and therefore immune to any potential insidious techniques used on many other pioneers, if David Icke is right, whom seeked alternatives to the overly corrupted centralised fiat system. Our goal here, is that what we create will be 100% completely incorruptible.
And at the same time -
To protect local merchants who wish to safely pioneer our systems and trade in CCB, sustainably.
ER20 tokens, and many exchange driven distributed forks cannot enjoy the same simplistic usability and safety.