ADEPT ACCEPTS DIGITAL CURRENCY FOR ADVERTISING, MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS ENGAGEMENTS

Updated: Mar 13, 2019

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL. (June 19, 2018) – ADEPT is one of only 423 companies worldwide who now accept AMERO digital currency.


ADEPT Strategy & Public Relations joins the current list of organizations and individuals

who have agreed to consider accepting AMERO digital currency that was launched on June 4th, 2018. After AMERO has been distributed, agencies are able to contact vendors through the directory to request more information and arrange to redeem their AMERO for goods and services.


The AMERO is a new digital currency launched on June 4th that will fund important development projects and programs in North and Central America and the Caribbean.


The AMERO is a new international currency in digital format that is supported by a

sophisticated and secure computer network.


"In order to stay ahead as a leading agency we are taking the necessary steps. One of those strides is accepting digital currency for our advertising, marketing and communications engagements," said Dana Pollitt, Managing Partner with ADEPT. "We are only one of about 400 companies throughout the Americas who are accepting AMERO Digital Currency. Im sure others will follow but ADEPT will remain one of the leaders in this space, again trying to find ways to stay ahead of the pack," concluded Pollitt.


Like any other currency, it is a store of value and medium of exchange. It simply enables people to exchange what they have for what they need.


It is a people's currency in that it is not owned or controlled by any government and its primary purpose is to benefit the people. 90% will be given as grants to support important development projects and programs.


The AMERO uses Hyperledger, an open source collaborative project hosted by The Linux Foundation and supported by many leaders in finance, banking, Internet of Things, supply chains, manufacturing and technology.


The AMERO is being launched by the North America Procurement Council (NAPC) in partnership with the International Digital Monetary Council (IDMC), a non-profit think tank. It is an extension of a successful government-to-business (G2B) and business-to-business (B2B) network that reaches millions of companies and government agencies around the world through business portals owned by the people.


90% of an initial 500 billion AMERO will be distributed through grants to government agencies, non-profit organizations and those doing important R&D.


The grant money will be redeemed for goods and services from a rapidly growing network of suppliers who accept AMERO. Those suppliers will then redeem their AMERO for the goods and services they need from other suppliers who accept AMERO, and so on.


This will create a vibrant parallel economy that reduces poverty, debt and the need for taxes while funding the development of a new more humane and sustainable civilization.


The AMERO can help benefit businesses:

  • access new opportunities

  • conserve capital

  • reduce the need to borrow money and pay interest

  • reduce operating costs

  • reduce financial transaction fees

  • be more competitive

  • increase profit

  • protect against inflation



-ADEPT-


About ADEPT Strategy & Public Relations:

Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, ADEPT is a leading South Florida advertising, marketing and communications agency. ADEPT offers expertise in economic development, capturing public and private procurement opportunities, direct advocacy, government & public affairs, social media and digital marketing. ADEPT’s broad range of experience allows them to provide a better outlook on economic, political and social dynamics that influence important constituencies. ADEPT is a small, minority and women-owned U.S. Department of Transportation certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), a State of Florida certified Small Business Enterprise (SBE) and a Broward County Business Enterprise (CBE). For more information, visit www.adept.co.

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