The bancor was a supranational currency that John Maynard Keynes and E. F. Schumacher conceptualised in the years 1940–1942 and which the United Kingdom proposed to introduce after World War II. The name was inspired by the French banque or ('bank gold'). This newly created supranational currency would then be used in international trade as a unit of account within a multilateral clearing system—the International Clearing Union—which would also have to be founded.
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Client-side ETH wallet that allows for the storage of Ethereum tokens, as well as USD and EUR.
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An open-source Ethereum wallet that can use several DApps and has several advanced features.
The fastest and most secure way of interacting with the Ethereum blockchain
A sleek wallet that allows for the instant exchange of Ethereum tokens, among other coins.
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Specializes in the trading of bitcon and litecoin futures against USD/CNY.
The largest digital asset / cryptocurrency exchange in South Korea.
Specializes in the exchange of the WAVES platform token for BTC.
One of the smoothest instant cryptocurrency exchange. Accepts Credit Card.
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