Mercury (cryptocurrency)

Mercury (cryptocurrency)

Mercury Crypto is the digital currency working within the Darcrus Ecosystem.

Mercury Crypto is the digital currency powering the Mercury communication platform. The Mercury cryptocurrency is working within the Darcrus Ecosystem and is a Waves powered provenance token that was made to give users ownership and control over their data. Mercury is made to improve user privacy and security using its open source communication protocol. The Mercury platform offers advertisers and companies monetization strategies that do not exploit behavioural data of Mercury users. The first commercial application to integrate the Mercury protocol into its platform was the Dust messaging app founded by Ryan Ozonian in 2014.

Features

It features cross-chain capability and dual-chain provenance for traded items that allows for the communication and timestamping between the Jupiter and the Waves blockchains. With no outsiders holding assets, exchanges occur within the blockchain, and administration of transactions are handled through the Waves Lite Client cryptocurrency wallet. MER can be traded on Bittrex, Tidex, UPbit, and Waves DEX.

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What is Mercury (MER)? Future of Mercury Cryptocurrency and know how to buy Mercury

Anisa Batabyal

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July 28, 2018

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KAREN ZRAICK
March 14, 2019
www.nytimes.com
Scientists will tell you it's all an optical illusion and superstition. And even astrologers say it's nothing to worry too much about.
Reuters Editorial
October 20, 2018
Reuters
A European-Japanese spacecraft set off on a treacherous seven-year journey to Mercury to probe the solar system's smallest and least-explored planet.
October 19, 2018
nytimes.com
The European-Japanese spacecraft will be the third mission to the rocky planet closest to the sun.
October 25, 2018
AP NEWS
BERLIN (AP) -- Major European countries are backing a new generation of home-grown space launchers amid growing competition from private space companies and developing nations such as India and China. Ministers from Germany, France, Italy, Spain and Switzerland on Thursday signaled their "full support" for the development of the Ariane 6 and Vega-C rockets and their use as launchers for all European Space Agency missions. The move is a response to the U.S. government's decision to award lucrative launch contracts to private American space companies such as SpaceX, Orbital ATK and Blue Origin.

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