Maya Preferred 223 (MAPR) Set to Perform the First Ever Forward Split in Cryptocurrency History

Coinspeaker Maya Preferred 223 (MAPR) Set to Perform the First Ever Forward Split in Cryptocurrency HistoryA forward split is traditionally when a stock splits and shareholders end up holding more after the split than they held before. This crypto incarnation of the forward split will see each Maya holder receive 100 MAPRs after the split for every 1 MAPR they held before. Any one who owns Maya preferred 223 at the close of business on August 15, 2019 will qualify for their share of the forward split tokens.While holders will be given 100 free MAPRs, the price of the coin will accordingly be reduced by a hundred times at the close of business on August 15. This move will make the price of Maya Preferred 223 more affordable to investors. The split will happen like this: if Maya Preferred closes at $25,000 on August 15th 2019, on August 16th 2019 Maya Preferred will open at $250 per coin. All coin holders will receive 100 tokens for every individual coin they own (partial tokens also qualify) so the dollar value of their holdings is exactly the same.On August 16th, 2019, U. K. Financial Ltd. will freeze the price of Maya Preferred 223 at whatever the post-split price is on all the markets it trades on (FatBTC and Cat.ex) and perform a 1 million token buying opportunity, open to the general public, at that frozen price for 60 days. These 1 million tokens represent approximately the total number of MAPR tokens that are available to the public.Maya Preferred 223 is a stable coin that is backed by $34,000 per token in gold and silver from 11 gold and silver mines in Mexico. The forward split will not affect the way the coin works. The currency will have the same amount of assets backing it after the split, but the ratio of the backing to each coin will be adjusted to reflect the 100-time price reduction.The forward split follows Maya Preferred’s recent efforts to provide stability to the crypto market. The Maya team has announced that they will be using their cryptocurrency to independently back other currencies for the benefit of the crypto industry as a whole.In a statement, U.K. Financial Ltd. CEO Jim Dahlke highlighted how Maya’s future split will open doors to new investors, saying “We have an inclusive vision at Maya Preferred 223, and this future split we are conducting will help make our coin, and by extension our goals, more accessible to everyone, from institutions on down. The 60-day sale following the split will be a wonderful opportunity for newcomers of all sizes to come on board.”Maya Preferred 223, developed by U.K. Financial Ltd., is currently traded on two crypto exchanges, FatBTC and Cat.ex, for 1.5 BTC per MAPR, which comes to $18,520.80 (at the time of writing).Maya Preferred 223 (MAPR) Set to Perform the First Ever Forward Split in Cryptocurrency History

Coinbase Unveils Plans to Launch Global ‘Captive’ Insurance Services
Thursday July 11, 2019

Coinspeaker Coinbase Unveils Plans to Launch Global ‘Captive’ Insurance ServicesCoinbase confirmed that it is in talks with Aon to set up a regulated insurance company. Creating ‘captive’ insurance subsidiaries fully owned by the insured firm enables corporations to minimize costs while enhancing access to reinsurance markets. Nearly all Fortune 500 companies and midsize firms maintain […]

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