Ducatus Global, the network of cryptocurrency pioneers, reports that it now has more than 50,000 registered accounts in 150 countries; gears up to achieving its vision to become the world’s most popular cryptocurrency.
Singapore-based fintech company, Ducatus Global, recently released an update on the progress of its mission to become the world’s most popular cryptocurrency. In a statement, it announced that it now has more than 50,000 verified accounts in 156 countries worldwide with most residing in Europe and Asia. This makes Ducatus Coin (DUC) one of the fastest-growing cryptocurrencies in the world.
“We are happy to announce that, so far, we have about 50,000 Ducatus Coin accounts in 156 countries all around the world. This amazing growth was brought about by our solid strategy of building a Crypto-Economy that hinges on our three core objectives of Distribution, Usability and Convertibility or D-U-C. We are probably the only crypto company in the world that has a network of existing functional bricks and mortar businesses where our users can use their cryptocurrency in the same way as they use their more conventional dollars or euros, in exchange for real world goods and services. Our aim is to continue to accelerate this process and achieve our vision of making Ducatus the most popular cryptocurrency in the world,” says Ronny Tome, CEO of Ducatus Global.
We are probably the only crypto company in the world that has a network of existing functional bricks and mortar businesses where our users can use their cryptocurrency in the same way as they use their more conventional dollars or euros, in exchange for real world goods and services.
While Ducatus builds its global network of users, it’s also building a network of merchants at the same time. Ducatus recently launched its merchant program, complete with an online merchants directory (https://merchants.ducatus.net), and already, it has managed to attract dozens of independent businesses in different countries around the world to join its merchant network and to accept the Ducatus cryptocurrency as payment. This network is then further strengthened by existing Ducatus crypto-economy subsidiaries that only accept cryptocurrency as payment including Ducatus Travel, a travel platform that provide exotic travel packages; Ducatus Health, a provider of health and wellness products; Ducatus Shop, an online shopping site where you can buy Ducatus branded merchandise as well as goods from other independent companies including clothing and jewelry; and Ducatus Café, Singapore’s first cryptocurrency café, which was featured in CNBC, Business Insider, Reuters and others when it opened last year.
The world already has more than 4,000 cryptocurrencies but what makes Ducatus stand apart in this space is its determination to survive and thrive in a future regulated cryptocurrency world. In an interview with David Putnam, CFO of Ducatus Global, who also oversees the legal function for the company, he said that, “for Ducatus, regulatory attention is a good thing because we are a company that both can, and maybe more importantly, wants to, conform with all relevant laws and regulations. That gives us a significant advantage over many other cryptocurrencies out there which are, in effect, just ad hoc communities that do not have the ability to steer themselves or adapt to the changes in the regulatory environment. Regulation is necessary to the true global adoption of cryptocurrencies and that is our goal.”
It is in this spirit of proactive regulatory compliance that Ducatus finds itself very uncomfortable with speculation that it is behaving in anything less than an entirely honest and transparent way. “Since we began, there have been the normal attempts to bad-mouth us and brand us a scam, either because of confusion with other currencies who may fit that description or simply a distrust of anything like multi-level marketing (MLM) or network marketing which doesn’t fit the conventional model of business. This is not only untrue but irresponsible. Direct or word-of mouth selling or network marketing has been around for decades and whilst, as in any sector, there have been both good and bad companies, it is how you use it that makes the difference. From the time at which we first conceived this idea we have been determined not to make the mistakes of people who came before us and to establish a system which is not only completely transparent and ethical but which is specifically designed to prevent anyone taking advantage of anyone else in their network.
We’re barely at the beginning of this momentous wave of change and we firmly believe everyone’s focus should be towards helping more people get access to and benefit from this new system. We, at Ducatus, aim to lead that charge.
It’s unfortunate that people see these articles and believe that the people who write them have actually checked their facts or even bothered to ask questions of the company but in all the cases we have seen that is not the case and, even when we reach out to try and help these people correct things, they don’t care. Many of these blogs get more page views and advertising revenue if they write negative things so none of them seem interested in correcting their own mistakes.
We are now at the forefront of transforming the world’s financial landscape and as people are saying, cryptocurrencies will do to banks what email did to the postal service. We’re barely at the beginning of this momentous wave of change and we firmly believe everyone’s focus should be towards helping more people get access to and benefit from this new system. We, at Ducatus, aim to lead that charge,” concludes Ronny Tome.
For more information about Ducatus Global, visit www.ducatus.net