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Appointment as Administrator for CryptRight

03-06-2021 11:57 AM CET | Associations & Organizations

Press release from: The RMB Council

The RMB Council

The RMB Council

We are pleased to announce that we have been appointed to provide a select range of administrative support services for CryptRight (CR) – a new Limited Issue (by Legal Contract) CryptoAsset (LICA) that is intended by its creators to serve as a hedge against the depreciative effects of fiat currencies.

Our services will be to provide a web based platform for Crypto Exchanges, representing legitimate holders of CryptRight Call Options, to exercise such call options and to receive duly authenticated CryptRights upon payment of the applicable strike price.

Our services will extend to keeping a record of all such CryptRights in issue and to commission an independent audit of such records every six months and to thereafter publish a certificate of such audited results.

Our administrative service however, does not include trading, storage or transfers of CryptRights. These services where required we believe can be provided by qualified crypto exchanges and digital wallet service providers selected by CryptRight owners themselves – we will of course suggest resources on request.

Contact us for details of CryptRight

The RMB Council

The RMB Council is a Hong Kong Government Registered Think-Tank providing a range of Administrative Services for products and services

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