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Melbourne’s Nauticus Blockchain Announces ICO and New Crypto Exchange

The Merkle Friday, 16 February 2018
Melbourne fintech company Nauticus has announced its Initial Coin Offering (ICO) will launch on March 31, the first stage of the company’s bold vision for six ethical global banking and eCommerce solutions utilizing blockchain technology. Pre-registration is now open, with early supporters rewarded with 100 free coins. Unlike most new cryptocurrencies, ICO backers will be able to use and trade their Nauticus Coins immediately on the Nauticus cryptocurrency and fiat exchange. Nauticus Coin users will be given a 50 percent discount on trading fees on the exchange, which will drive the adoption, use and price of the coin. The exchange
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