Luxembourg (OTS) - The People’s SCE wants to publish the following
transparency and governance measures:
Information about the cryptocurrency eCredits (ECS) can be found
on [Nomics] (https://nomics.com/assets/ecs-ecredits).
We’re currently working on having eCredits (ECS) listed on other
well-known platforms such as CoinMarketCap and also work on exchange
listings on well-regulated exchanges.
Cryptocurrencies that are not using the term “eCredits” or the
ticker “ECS” are unrelated to us. We reserve the right to file claims
should we suspect any copyright infringements.
Being a decentralized ecosystem, eCredits provides the opportunity
to launch services by third-party projects on its blockchain. The
eCredits Blockchain may be thought of just like the Ethereum
blockchain - open to anyone who wants to build services or smart
contracts on the blockchain. The smart contracts/applications are
being managed by the respective third-party providers themselves.
Neither we nor anyone else could stop another person from operating a
smart contract on the eCredits Blockchain.
More information on eCredits is available in its whitepaper, to be
found at: https://github.com/eCredits/whitepaper
A detailed list of countries where eCredits is available can be
found at: https://ecredits.com/en/countries/
While we are proud of the extensive team working directly in The
People’s SCE, we are no less proud of our strong partners, among them
the Swiss Venture Builder Cryptix AG and countless others in
Luxembourg, Estonia, Switzerland and Slovenia.
The People’s SCE is the current main developer of the eCredits
Ecosystem. We operate websites and apps based on the eCredits
Blockchain and we pride ourselves in the decentrally governed
organization that we are. The People’s SCE aims for the highest
transparency to members and public alike. Having just launched our
product, we are currently in the process of publishing these
transparency and governance mechanisms, the first iteration of which
is going to launch in the coming months. In this context, it is
important to note the inherent transparency that a blockchain
provides in regards to flow of funds. If you are uncertain about
where funds go or what a smart contract does, you can easily find out
about that at explorer.ecredits.com.
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