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• Nauticus to give away as much as 41 percent of the team’s coins to charity
• Additional referral bonuses can either be kept by users or donated
• Nauticus will match the amount of user coins donated
It’s been a wild two weeks for Melbourne fintech company Nauticus, which is launching a new crypto and fiat exchange mid-year. After months of hard work, Nauticus finally launched its website in mid-February – and within 48 hours had signed up more than 10,000 registered users for its Initial Coin Offering.
Nauticus co-founders Bryan Ng and Jonathan Chang still can’t quite believe it. More than 75,000 people have now joined the community, with many contacting the company via Telegram to ask about the Nauticus Coin (NTS) and the company’s commitment to green energy and helping developing nations.
Their interest in ethics and sustainability helped inspire the Nauticus team to give away as much as 41 percent of the team’s own coins – equating to 3.5 percent of the total allocation – to two good causes, but we need your help!
This is how the scheme works: at present users get 100 free Nauticus Coins for every successful sign up they refer. That will continue, but for every second successful referral, the referee will received a bonus 200 NTS as well! They can choose to either keep this bonus, or donate the 200 additional coins to The Salvation Army Sponsor A Child program or The Ocean Clean Up. Nauticus will match any amount users choose to donate, coin for coin.
The number of NTS each charity will receive will be made public at the end of the ICO period.
Nauticus believes that giving users the choice to donate – or not – helps spread the message that giving to others is twice as powerful as spending it yourself – and we’re donating our own team coins to make this a reality.
“Children are our future and they deserve to live in a world that is not polluted. They deserve clean water and an economy that values the individual,” explains Ng. Both co-founders have sponsored children, with Ng sponsoring more than a dozen through The Salvation Army over the past decade.
Nauticus is not your average blockchain company. Its founders are as committed to the success of their six crypto banking and eCommerce solutions as they are to cleaning up the oceans, providing cheap energy and sanitation to developing nations, and making the world a greener and fairer place for everyone.
Back in 2012, Ng and Chang watched Boyan Slat’s TEDx Talk in which he presented his exciting solution to help clean the oceans. Boyan was 18 years old at the time and he was so moved by the amount of plastic he had seen when diving in Greece that he just had to do something. He founded The Ocean Clean Up in 2013 with the ambition of getting rid of the 5 trillion pieces of plastic that currently litter the ocean. His company is a perfect match for Nauticus – the word nauticus in Latin means ‘of ships’ or ‘of sailors’.
Help Nauticus make the world a better place by donating your coins – and we will too.
The Nauticus presale begins on March 18 and the ICO itself runs from March 31 to May 18, 2018.
ICO backers who register on the website now will be rewarded with 100 FREE COINS. There are many more free coins on offer through our referrals program.
The Nauticus Coin will underpin six ethical global banking and eCommerce solutions and can be traded on the Nauticus Exchange at the end of the ICO period.
Early supporters of the Nauticus ICO will be provided a BONUS OF UP TO 30 PERCENT FREE COINS.
For more information and to read our white paper, visit www.nauticus.io
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