Zugacoin breaks records, becomes the most valuable and expensive cryptocurrency in the World.
Zugacoin is the first African’s Cryptocurrency owned by Archbishop Sam Zuga.
CNB News – ZUGACOIN has again gained grounds and broken more records in the history of cryptocurrency. Now officially on Coin Gecko and rated most expensive cryptocurrency.
Zugacoin which is rated the most valuable and expensive Cryptocurrency in the world already overtaking all other existing Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin etc. The newly launched currency is said to be making high waves on global exchange platforms like, Uniswap, Indoex, Vindax and Nellerabox.
The world record in Cryptocurrency has been broken by Archbishop Samzuga, the founder of the currency; African and confirmed by Americans.
On December 1, ZUGACOIN made history and a ground breaking ICO; it became the first Cryptocurrency that started ICO with 100% trading stability and maintain it for over 24 hours without dropping, with the price set on INDOEX EXCHANGE platform. At the rate of 1 Zugacoin to $48,957 which in naira is N24,037,887 (Twenty four million, and thirty seven thousand, eight hundred & eighty seven naira).
Expressing his excitement on the progress of the currency, Archbishop Samzuga the brain behind Zugacoin states, “What is needed from us now is; to guide our success, if ZUGACOIN succeed, all of you will be financially free forever. Maintain the same faith, don’t suspect me because I don’t have anything evil in my heart. I left my comfort zone from Dubai to come and make you comfortable but not to cause you pains. I will have no gain in your pain.”
ZUGACOIN, the first African’s cryptocurrency is finally, officially on Coin Gecko.
Breaking the record to become the most valuable and expensive Cryptocurrency in the world. Overtaking all other existing cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin etc.
The world record in Cryptocurrency has been broken by an African and confirmed by Americans!
African financial revolution has finally arrived.
WHAT IS CRYPTOCURRENCY
A cryptocurrency is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange wherein individual coin ownership records are stored in a ledger existing in a form of computerised database using strong cryptography to secure transaction records, to control the creation of additional coins, and to verify the transfer of coin ownership. It typically does not exist in physical form (like paper money) and is typically not issued by a central authority. Cryptocurrencies typically use decentralised control as opposed to centralised digital currency and central banking systems.
When a cryptocurrency is minted or created prior to issuance or issued by a single issuer, it is generally considered centralized. When implemented with decentralised control, each cryptocurrency works through distributed ledger technology, typically a blockchain, that serves as a public financial transaction database.
Bitcoin, first released as open-source software in 2009, is the first decentralized cryptocurrency. Since the release of bitcoin, over 7,000 altcoins (alternative variants of bitcoin, or other cryptocurrencies) have been created.
WHAT IS ZUGACOIN.
ZUGACOIN is the first Africa’s Cryptocurrency, which is projected to be the most expensive and valuable Cryptocurrency in the world. with a purpose of alleviating unemployment in Africa to begin from Nigeria, the Homeland of Zugacoin. To employ five (5) people in each council ward across Nigeria with an income of over 100,000 Naira per month depending on commitment to assigned duties.
As at 14th to 30th November 2020, ZUGACOIN is to be sold at the cheapest price it will ever be in history, $400 per Coin. Whoever will get it at this price today till the end of November 2020, will be having Zugacoin worth $40,000 from 1st December.
ZUGACOIN PROJECT OVERVIEW
Zugacion is a unique brainchild that aims to rebuild Africa’s dying economy by becomimg Africa’s first coin equity and investment funding for African’s government instead of china. Starting a business in Africa can often be a garagantuan task, especially since the prospects of obtaining a loan are few and far between, we will give loans and aid business and encourage investors.
The Zugacoin ecosystem provides the tools, resources and ease-of-use necessary for running a successful business. The Zugacoin project will represent a unique access point for rising entrepreneurs in Africa, we will share transaction fees with vendors and merchant, while also intergrating our coin to ATM and POS machines across the continent.
Zugacoin sees technology as an enabler and as a generator of new opportunities. We are forward-thinking, set to benchmark trends in technology to shape our future that will be coupled with our practical delivery on a highly automated platform that will make us unique. Our leadig-edge technology will keep us well-positioned in third world countries to sustain our offering of exceptional economical transformation. As a project built with principal, we believe our success will hinge on satisfying our customers and helping them unlock the real value of their businesses.
WHO IS ARCHBISHOP SAM ZUGA
Arcbishop Sam zuga is Dubai based Nigerian clergy and philantropist, a Tiv Man by birth, a member of Dubai Chamber of Commerce, General Overseer of Samzuga Hope Alive Center, and three other registered companies in Dubai, UAE, a member of London Institute of Management Specialists, recipient of five Doctorate degree awards from different countries including USA and Israel, and CEO of the first Cryptocurrency created by an African called ZUGACOIN.
Back home in Nigeria, he founded the first indigenous social media platform called SamzugaNET which works exactly but with better features than Facebook, first indigenous communication platform called Samzuga Chat which works exactly but with better features than WhatsApp, General Overseer of House of Joy Ministry headquartered in Gboko, Benue state,Nigeria with over 200 branches and a population of over 30,000 Members, President of Samzuga Foundation, Gboko-Benue State which has offered free medical treatment to over five million Nigerians since 2007.