Crypto Thought Experiment


Digital Gold (Asset) versus Distributed Computational Economy (Payment Coin)

What is worth more? A cryptocurrency that provides a store of value like Gold? Or the original Bitcoin draft code and vision that was looking to build a distributed computational economy that could power global electronic cash, trade and services for a huge percentage of the world (both the banked and the unbanked). It should be clear that most crypto projects abandoned the original vision only because they were unable to solve distributed scalability, reputation and privacy. Our mission remains to solve the missing pieces of the original roadmap, and in doing so our Payment Coin (POD)s can be worth a lot in the future.

Hypothetical: How Much Could Each Payment Coin Be Worth?

The total worldwide household wealth today equals approximately $350 trillion. Divide it by 84 million Payment Coins, and you get roughly $4 million for a single coin. Even if Payment Coin captured 5% of the total household wealth that would provide a theoretical price of roughly $200,000  for a single coin! Some food for thought for early adopters.


The global financial landscape is undergoing rapid transformation led by the creation of modern future proof cryptocurrencies. Cryptocurrencies are the future of money.  Their universal access allows anyone with an internet connection to utilize the power of this innovative technology. Payment Coin (POD) is simply a faster next generation form of digital cash than Bitcoin.