E.cash is a cryptocurrency that’s designed to be used as electronic cash. Just like the invention of emails made it possible to send direct messages online, eCash makes it possible to send money directly to other people online. This includes being able to use eCash to pay for goods and services. Derived from one of the most trusted names in the cryptocurrency space, what was once known as BCHA is now eCash. Realizing the vision of the legendary Milton Friedman, eCash is taking financial freedom to a level never before seen.
With eCash, sending money is now as simple as sending an email. Look for the ticker symbol XEC on exchanges, wallets, or price charts, and take your first step towards true financial freedom. “They think that the internet is going to be one of the major forces for reducing the role of government. The one thing that’s missing, but that will soon be developed, is a reliable eCash.” – Milton Friedman. eCash is developed and maintained by Bitcoin ABC, a team of professional industry-leading bitcoin developers.
E.cash was a digital-based system that facilitated the transfer of funds anonymously. A pioneer in cryptocurrency, its goal was to secure the privacy of individuals that use the Internet for micropayments. eCash was created by Dr. David Chaum under his company, DigiCash, in 1990. Though there was interest in the platform from large banks, eCash never took off and DigiCash filed for bankruptcy in 1998. DigiCash, along with its eCash patents, was eventually sold off. In 2018, Chaum launched a new startup focused on cryptography.
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