This morning, Bitcoin.com Exchange announced that the Crown Sovereign (CSOV) will be the first listing on its rebranded platform, FMFW.io, on September 30th. The news of CSOV’s listing follows Monday’s announcement that Bitcoin.com Exchange will be rebranding to FMFW.io on September 29th.
While the Crown Sovereign initially planned to release on Bitcoin.com Exchange, Bitcoin.com Exchange’s rebranding very much works in favor with the Crown Sovereign’s mission to enable data sovereignty and personal freedom in the digital age. The acronym of Bitcoin.com Exchange’s rebranding to FMFW stands for “Free the Money, Free the World,” in an effort to better align with the cryptocurrency ethos of empowering people to be their own banks and take control of their money.
The mission of Crown Sterling, engineers of the Crown Sovereign, works in tandem with FMFW’s ethos for people to take ownership of their money and the intangible assets that are emerging in the digital age. Thus, the Crown Sovereign’s status as the first exchange listing on FMFW.io positions the token as the premier digital asset in the emerging landscape of personal and data sovereignty in the digital age.
The Crown Sovereign is a quantum-proof digital asset that works to ensure the timeless protection and privacy of token holders’ data. Native to the Crown Sterling Wallet, the Crown Sovereign equips the wallet’s messaging services with quantum-proof encryption for every use of a Crown Sovereign. Additionally, the wallet is being developed to support NFT applications to protect users’ NFTs on the Crown Sovereign blockchain. The utility of the Crown Sovereign unlocks a new era of data security through blockchain technology.
“We are excited to pioneer the applicability of blockchain technology to create positive change and evolve the current system of data capture, protection and control… We look forward to continuing our mission in this space, not only in encryption and blockchain, but also in human rights,” said Jesse Lurie, CTO of Crown Sterling.
The Bitcoin.com Exchange rebranding will automatically transfer all existing Bitcoin.com Exchange users to FMFW.io. Traders will be able to access FMFW services through logging in with the same credentials they used to log into Bitcoin.com Exchange. For a transitional period, users attempting to access Bitcoin.com Exchange will be redirected to FMFW.io. After this transitional period, Bitcoin.com Exchange users can access their accounts by accessing FMFW.io. All changes will be communicated well in advance by Bitcoin.com Exchange.