Scotcoin (SCOT)

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Blockchain: Ethereum
Ticker: SCOT
Type: Token
The Scotcoin Project CIC
Asset or Contract address: 0x28ed4FD6DeDB226B16b92CE6997f7CdfDf0c519B

Market Cap:

Fully Diluted Valuation:


Circ.*: 2 000 000 000
Total: 5 000 000 000
Max: 5 000 000 000


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* The circulating and total supply can be subject to changes. Always check the official website.

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What is Scotcoin?

“Scotcoin began in 2013 and is now one of the longest lived country crypto currencies. We have now moved from the Counterparty Protocol which makes use of the Bitcoin blockchain, onto the Ethereum blockchain and an ERC20 token. The Scotcoin Project will shortly be FCA registered , and will encompass KYC (know your customer) and AML (Anti money laundering) to comply with all present and potential future regulations, as well as superior ERC protocols.

We have several thousand holders of Scotcoin and have holders in more than 50 countries worldwide. We intend to occupy the social good works ecosystem and our plans are well advanced to do this. Scotcoin has been offered to the Scottish Government and discussions are ongoing.”

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