The Blockchain of Latin America
BitcoinLatina (BCL) is a secure, decentralized, and minable Ethereum forked blockchain.
We started on the Ethereum codebase but will be moving to an EOS based blockchain when the software is ready. Smart contracts solutions will allow for the building of scalable Latin American consumer, enterprise, government, military, and university services and applications.
By growing a Latin-based blockchain, the focus is to create jobs and prosperity while helping the people of Latin America learn about and experience the benefits of blockchain efficiencies.
BCL is leading the advancement of Latin American decentralized solutions.
BCL advocates for high level security, to include best KYC/AML practices.
Half the coins in the genesis block will be given out to volunteers for work over ten years.
How to get BitcoinLatina Coins
Buy on Exchanges
You can buy BCL right now at BitShares. More exchanges coming soon.
Register for BitShares Airdrop
Complete the form with an email and your BitShares account name to receive BCL.
BCL is a fork of Ethereum and is GPU mineable right now!
A Social Impact Blockchain for Latin American
Building a Community Blockchain-Driven Edtech/Fintech Social Impact, Decentralised Platform Allowing App & Service Integration in a Single Ecosystem.
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Made For the People
BitcoinLatina (BCL) cryptocurrency represents the first blockchain focused in Latin America, with full support in Spanish, Portuguese & English.The diverse team spans across the globe and has the focus to bring blockchain technology to Latin American countries. Localized ambassadors assist with sharing content and helps spread the use and adoption of the cryptocurrency, underlying blockchain, and BCL products & services.
Godfather of BitShares
L. Asher Corson
Director of Strategy
Liliana Gil Valletta
Sergio Fernandez de Cordova
Director of Marketing
Danilo De Rosa
Director of Growth
Director of Technology
Full Stack Developer
Full Stack, UI/UX
Director of Rewards
Dr. Kelli Ward
Former Senator (AZ)
State Rep (OR)
State Rep (NM)
State Rep (UT)
The BitcoinLatina Foundation works with the Latino Impact Summit, which is a platform run in partnership with the United Nations, PVBLIC Foundation & Cala Foundation, to bring together Latino leaders, politicians, millennials, philanthropists, businessmen and entrepreneurs to reach the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We also support the Order of St. Lazarus and work with Stokens, ProjectICO, CubeCab, Secrata, Augmate on BitShares.
HOW DO YOU GET YOUR BITCOINLATINA (BCL) COINS?
BCL Coin Distribution
20,000 coins mined daily
* It could take ten years or more to distribute the one billion coins generated in the Genesis block.
When used with “know your customer” (KYC), anti-money-laundering (AML) techniques, BitcoinLatina is more transparent than cash. Fiat currency is nearly impossible to trace and therefore facilitates nefarious activities, like money laundering, rather than preventing it as BitcoinLatina does.
The government relies on the collection of sales tax in order to run efficiently. Fiat currency requires people to be honest for the government to collect all sales tax owed. The BitcoinLatina Foundation has a solution providing direct payment of tax at the point of purchase.
Decentralized solutions with smart contracts provide increased security for data storage, data transfer and other trustless efficiencies.
BitcoinLatina is a fork of Ethereum and is GPU mineable.
Following the Laws of the Land
The BitcoinLatina Foundation educates Latin communities about the benefits of the blockchain, and is in discussions with leading telecommunication companies, universities, credit unions and government institutions. Building relationships with regulatory bodies inside & outside of Latin America helps ensure industry growth and investor protection.
The BitcoinLatina Foundation uses BCL coins in the Foundation’s treasury as grants to fund projects adding value to the BitcoinLatina network and community. Additionally, the Foundation has several non-trivial revenue paths. Unlike the Ethereum Foundation we also act as our own Consensys, investing in dApps, services and ICOs launching on the BitcoinLatina network. Through profitable business the Foundation hopes to provide benefits while first focusing on sustainable, dependable income sources.