New Religious Crypto-Currency, “GodCoin” Designed to Be “One World Currency”

The logo for GoDCoin, using imagery from Babylonian Mystery Religions

Bitcoin is just one of many, but the first, of crypto-currencies launched online in order to form a non-traceable form of payment outside of government control. Popular among the Dark Web used to purchase black market goods and services, as well as being popular among privacy-minded individuals with less-nefarious intentions, the currency has provided a roller-coaster ride for investors. Rising dramatically and falling just as dramatically as governments around the world propose restrictions on its use as a way to avoid taxes and centralized control, Bitcoin has attracted many copycat schemes designed to attract investors and users around the world.

Not to be outdone by secular competitors like Bitcoin, LiteCoin, SwiftCoin, PeerCoin, PotCoin, BlackCoin and other crypto-currency companies, some Dominionists have created their own alternative digital currency called GoDCoin.

GoDCoin claims to be the first non-profit crypto-currency that is designed for use exclusively by religious or charitable people and nonprofits to provide off-the-grid digital banking. The word “GoD” stands for “Giving On Demand,” although they previously said it meant “Gold on Demand.” The computer system and its app will secure, record, and store sensitive information about the user, organization and financial transaction when it is used (spooky). The transactions will originate from donors to non-profits, organizations to the needy, or provide peer-to-peer banking services allowing anyone in the world to contribute to a person in need or cause requiring support. The GoDCoin company will take a modest percentage of the giving, of course.

Ironically, little suggests that the founders of GoDCoin are reputable financial experts, bankers or investors. The website lists its operating staff.

John Petruska, the founder of the company, is a tattoo artist who owns “The Old Goat Tattoo and Body Piercing Studio.” Its website boasts tattoos of The Beatles, tongue and ear piercings, and ear gauges. Michael Silberman claims he was a co-founder of Quepasa, an American-based social media company catering to Spanish-speaking people (he is not listed as a co-founder on the company’s Wikipedia page) and John Hershberg is likewise a tattoo artist who works with Petruska at The Old Goat.

How the religious Crypto-Currency would work is explained in the video below:

The company boasts that this will become a “one world currency.

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