CCB will likely surprise many as playing any role, let alone a significant role in the oncoming phases
of major cryptocurrency adoption. The use cases are new and unexpected.
The problems they solve are old and the solutions are real.
Something new is happening with something old.
But that's exactly why it's going to work.

Solving the Problems of Volatility, Sustainably.

To pave the necessary road for mass adoption of cryptocurrencies.

There are problems preventing universal adoption of cryptocurrency. There are also simple yet effective remedies. Mass adoption while remaining in a decentralised market was always going to require a combination of technical, legal and visionary strategization.

Strategy is paramount for widespread adoption. In short, the strategy of CCB utility combines some of the most advanced algorithms for orchestrated market arbitrage in ANAVA, fundamental peer to peer market accessibilities through A Bit Bazaar’s online marketplaces, adoptive ease and accessibility with Seuva… and one of the most thought through looks at expansive strategy toward mass adoption in The Boring Initiative.

A fundamental precursor for executing The Boring Initiative was overcoming potential legal issues that advisors speculate may disrupt the disruptors.

In creating a mode of payment that’s disconnected from fiat governance in the realm of Crypto, there’s somewhat a notion of “going back to basics”. What’s new about CCB’s future and adopted use cases, are the reasons surrounding “why CCB?”.

The solution was an open source, post-distribution ledger, that wasn’t Bitcoin. Cryptoclub Coin (CCB) is an open source ledger with zero use cases dating back to 2014 Forked from Novacoin, CCB was originally intended as a gaming coin.It was distributed in exchange for human resources, meaning CCB is 100% an organically grown community coin. 80% was premined. The method of deployed distribution is important.

In developing a system of payment that can operate within a single node (necessary for speed) that is legally cohesive in US markets, thus allowing for United States entities (ecommerce and POS) to integrate cryptocurrency payments, what was needed was a blockchain that had been distributed within certain contextual parameters to comply with or operate outside of various regulatory influences. Bitcoin works, except bitcoin cannot be controlled the same way as CCB, as the volatility of bitcoin is subject to network manipulation by spamming the network. It is also widely used for trading between alternative cryptocurrencies and cannot be theoretically stabilised by ANAVA.

The United States is a huge portion of any healthy market, and if any organisation wishes to tackle the problems preventing mass adoption, the systems they develop need to be US compliant.

Very in depth focus has been given to the main obstacles preventing utility of cryptocurrency as a more standardised means of commercial trading.

Those obstacles are universal convenience toward utility and volatility. Multiple groups are collaborating toward developing means of accessibility to both essential and non-essential resources and goods using cryptocurrency. With one group’s primary focus being everyday people having everyday access to everyday needs, conveniently. That group is Seuva.

Seuva is launching an easy to use internet plugin that website owners can embed into their shopping cart websites easily.

A Bit Bazaar launching late 2018 will be utilising a complex system of seuva Pay for peer to peer online sales, while Boring Mart (also launching in December) will work as a flagship company trading generic solar systems in exchange for cryptocurrency utilising seuva. All of these systems are being built to trade goods and services in exchange for CCB.

Following the successful implementation of seuva Pay will be seuva POS.

POS stands for ‘Point of Sale’ and seuva POS is attempting to bridge the gap between online and offline transactions. For more information on seuva, please visit their website www.seuva.com

Seuva POS will be a free to download system of enabled commerce available for Android and iOS products, offering SWIFT (credit card transactions) as well as cash and Cryptoclub Coin transactions.

It is logical to presume that increased usage of an underlying asset will decrease the volatility of that asset. Seuva is providing some of the tools to make this leap possible, while A Bit Bazaar and Boring Mart are offering the accessibility to goods and resources to encourage and enable further utility.

By utilising a near worthless cryptocurrency to date with no other use cases, seuva is able to charge minimal fees in the short term as CCB value will exponentially increase as more online merchants adopt and make use of CCB.

A Bit Bazaar and Boring Mart will stand as examples of merchants making use of these utilities while allowing cryptocurrency holders access to base resources beginning with energy and commodities. In the case of A Bit Bazaar aiming for a decentralised distribution of goods and resources through peer to peer transactions and in the case of all involved, allowing cryptocurrency holders real life value through cryptocurrency holding without the need to trade their holdings for fiat currencies conveniently.

Merchant confidence is what is most drastically needed for mass cryptocurrency adoption. In the case of these projects CCB has had to actually work in models that couldn’t survive extreme volatility, and so Cryptoclub Coin (CCB) has been utilised to potentiate greater long term profits as the underlying currency of these systems increases in value alongside increased utility.