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  • HullCoin is a virtual currency for social good
  • HullCoin is a virtual currency for social good
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HullCoin is a virtual currency for social good

HullCoin is a cryptocurrency that communities can use to reward their citizens for contributing to social good. Through aligning themselves with a localised currency, these initiatives can ensure that their charitable efforts stay far from the finance industry’s reputation problem.

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