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AML BitCoin Announces Phase Three of ICO and New Trading Symbol, ABTC.

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Marcus Andrade, the Chief Executive Officer of NAC Foundation, LLC, creator of AML BitCoin, the world’s only patent-pending digital currency that is compliant with anti-money laundering and ‘know-your-customer’ security protocols, announces today the commencement of the third and final phase of AML BitCoin’s initial coin offering.



“On January 15th, NAC Foundation will release the final batch of AML BitCoin tokens to be sold by the company directly to coin purchasers,” said Andrade. “After those tokens are distributed, AML BitCoin token will only be available on digital currency exchanges, including HitBTC, one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges.”

In recent days, AML BitCoin tokens have been the rage of coin enthusiasts in Japan and South Korea, and Andrade reports a surge of purchase inquiries from Germany in the past 24 hours. “Each day brings scores of new enthusiasts to our digital currency,” revealed Andrade. “As governments across the globe enunciate national policy concerns with anonymous bitcoin and altcoins, and their use by terrorists and criminals, we have seen mounting interest in AML BitCoin, the world’s only compliant digital currency.”

Andrade also announced today that AML BitCoin has been approved for the trading symbol ABTC. “Our new trading symbol will help differentiate our project from other cryptocurrencies, while still providing our coin holders a connection to traditional digital currency. We are very excited about this new development, as we believe it will greatly assist our ability to gain international acceptance and use of AML BitCoin.”

To participate in the AML BitCoin Token Sale, please visit https://amltoken.com.

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