Supported by Richard Branson and Peter Thiel [PayPal]
[so you know it must be good]
YuanPay Group started the developement of China’s national cryptocurrency in 2014. After a lot of hard work by very talented individuals and close work with the Chinese Government, the currency is now ready for distribution! As of August 16, 2021, anyone can convert any currency to this new China's coin, and full process takes less than 5 minutes. As of now, YuanPay Group is the only approved and legalized company in China to trade and sell cryptocurrencies, and particularly this coin, given it’s country-backed nature. As of September 2017, China announced the ban on sales or exchanges of any ICO or cryptocurrency, even an exchange is against the law. That’s now changing, and this new coin is the reason why.
China has been the global leader in manufacturing for past several decades; now it's time for China to once again lead the way in technology, adopting the world’s fist government-backed cryptocurrency
Why the Investment Potential in China's Coin is Absolutely Unmatched?
First government-approved cryptocurrency No other crypto has ever been approved and cooperated with by a government, not even Bitcoin. Once the majority of coins have been exchanged, economists expect the price increase to be unparalleled with early adopters set to reach record profits in the crypto space.
Cryptocurrency is the future of money, according to more and more people around the world. Cryptocurrencies are set to play a major role in the future of our financial world, and those that don’t start early are going to be the ones who struggle later.
The current price of one of official China's coin is $0.018 (price updated in every 15 minutes), A small investment of will currently buy you 13,888 coins.
The prestigious editorial Financial Times listed China's new official cryptocurrency among its TOP 10 technological revolutions in the 21st century.According to the publication’s chief editor, digitalized currency has the potential to end money-laundering and fraud, and expects digital currency to quickly become the norm for other countries as well, particularly after they see the potential and strong value China generates with its own new currency.