Keeping Scotcoin Scottish

When Scotcoin was created, our aim was to directly impact and assist those living in Scotland. Whilst digital cryptocurrency  such as Bitcoin has sought to make a huge impact on a global scale, we felt that there were huge opportunities to use this type currency effectively at a local level.

In recent years, many people have openly expressed displeasure at the handling of our financial systems. In fact, many Scottish citizens have been left feeling powerless and disenfranchised as a result. The goal of Scotcoin was and still is, to give the people of Scotland an alternative. However, as we all know, there is a tendency for Scottish innovation to be colonised by international investors. We have thought this over and have arrived at a strategy to prevent this from occurring.

Unproductive Speculative Behaviour

Recently, the issue of Scottish property not being used to benefit Scotland has featured heavily in the media. In addition to Scotland fighting for more control over its governing powers, the land registry has become a prominent issue. As it stands, there are far too many areas of derelict property in Scotland whose owners are benefitting from tax exemptions. This constitutes unproductive speculative behaviour, which is something that we do not want to see happening to our digital cryptocurrency.

Although the present team involved with Scotcoin differ from the original, we do know that large Scotcoin accounts are held by Scottish investors. The original distribution was to people with provable Scottish addresses. The hard fact is that Scotcoin is worth more if it is in active circulation. Hoarding coins will do little to increase the rate of widespread adoption. Therefore, by hoarding coins you are actively impeding the growth rate making a poor investment decision.

Encouraging Widespread Adoption

In the long term, a far better strategy would be to hold on to a few and trade the others in small amounts. By having the coins well-distributed, they become more available for everyday trading. As we’ve mentioned, this kind of consistent use is a far better way to gain value than restrictive trade on crypto exchanges.

There will only ever by 1 billion Scotcoin in existence, therefore their value is determined by demand. This demand will be heightened with a greater level of use in everyday purchasing. To do this, we need merchants to accept Scotcoin. By doing so, you not only gain an efficient purchasing system but you will also be helping to increase the value of the coin.

In the short term, we are willing to buy back coins from retailers. We hope that this will provide a semblance of security in the minds of would-be merchants, that there will be no cash flow problems caused by accepting Scotcoin.

It has always been our aim to use Scotcoin to benefit the people of Scotland. In our previous post, we talked about our passion for helping small businesses thrive by providing start-up loans. However, for these to have significant value we need merchants willing to accept the coin. Setting up a wide network of traders and bringing the coin into mainstream trading will provide the people of Scotland with a viable alternative to the pound sterling.

For further information on how you can get involved or to answer any queries, contact us.