McGuffinCoin

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McGuffinCoin is a stablecoin financial system and resource exchange method that has been in development for over twenty years.

It works by establishing a global pool of liquid assets, and then distributing them via an auditable rapid-response system which interfaces, as needed, with traditional money systems (which we like to refer to as "GreedCoin").

Features

As a result of these features, it is essentially non-hoardable and un-debtable (you can't go into debt with it; you will always have enough to live on).

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