COSS – Introducing Simplicity to Cryptocurrencies

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COSS - Introducing Simplicity to Cryptocurrencies
COSS - Introducing Simplicity to Cryptocurrencies

COSS stands for Crypto-One-Stop-Solution and represents a platform, which encompasses all features of a digital economical system based on cryptocurrencies, e.g.: website payments, seller tools, a marketplace, financial modules, e-wallets, coin facilities, a mobile platform for iOS and Android (and this list can be extended in the future).

The COSS token is a revenue-generating cryptocurrency, developed on the Ethereum Blockchain as an ERC20 Token, that enables owners to receive revenues in the form of transaction fees charged by the COSS system for cryptocurrency transactions.

The COSS token holders receive revenues to their wallets on a weekly basis.

Wallet

With COSS you can store all your cryptocurrency funds in a single location safely.

Exchange

Take advantage of a fast, secure and simple exchange of multiple crypto currencies

Merchant Platform

Manage all your finances in one place. Accepting payments with COSS will ramp-up your business.

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