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karatgoldcoin (KBC) Historical Data | Current KBC Price Charts, Live History

Dynamic and history value of price KBC. Maximal value of price karatgoldcoin was 0.007941$ - 2020-07-28 15:00:15, Minimal price of KBC was 0.0001186$ value and fixed at 2020-08-07 03:00:14. Today price of karatgoldcoin is : 0.003034$

About karatgoldcoin

KaratGold Coin — KBC — is a blockchain-based cryptocurrency linked to gold physically deposited in the form of CashGold, a true gold standard. You can exchange a specific KBC number for the corresponding CashGold amount at any time. With the introduction of KBC, the first and only currency in the world with real physical gold coverage of up to 4.5 billion euros, Karat Gold Coop., The Karatcoin Bank in Miami and the owner Harald Seiz in the May model 2018 »Cryptocurrency« on completely new side dishes. The KBC has covered gold, but is returning to a serious deficiency in sharing previous cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, Etherium, etc., with Fiat’s traditional currencies in euros, US dollars and yen: the lack of coverage for an equivalent real and indestructible. The concept of providing real gold cover to a new cryptocurrency from the start and, therefore, of offering constant artificial resistance to crises is a real innovation in this field. However, the idea is based on a classic and proven principle, but abandoned: until August 15, 1971, the dollar covered gold. However, the face value of the outstanding dollar banknotes exceeded the value of the US gold reserves. To solve the problem, the United States government at that time decreed the gilding of the world’s main currency, the US dollar. According to many experts, this was the cause of the numerous financial crises that have since rocked the world. The KaratGold ecosystem consists of KBC, KBC-Pay-System and KaratGold Wallet. KBC is currently still based on the Ethereum Blockchain protocol. That’s why it’s safe, profitable and fast and allows the use of smart contracts. This protocol was replaced by the KBC protocol in late 2018.