Imagine being able to buy a beer with the touch of a button.
You could order it before you arrive at the bar… from the restroom… or from a food vendor outside. When you get to the bar, you’d find a fresh draft beer waiting for you.
And you don’t need to carry cash around to pay for it. You just use a digital token – one that will always be exchangeable for a beer – no matter what happens to the (fiat currency) price of that beer.
That’s what’s happening in London right now.
The Economist is calling it the “biggest investment boom in history”.
And for some early investors, it could potentially mean gains as high as 670%.
Despite that, you’re unlikely to see coverage of this extraordinary opportunity on your mainstream news channel.
Which is why it’s essential you click or tap here for the full story now.
German Kraft Beer, a brewery in London, sells hundreds of pints of German beer every day.
The beer is brewed on-site using a 400-year-old recipe and uniquely purified water.
And every single stein can be paid for in Craft Beer Coin ($CBC), using a phone app.
The best part? Lots of people are using it. I have a friend in London who has been there several times and seen the place packed to the rafters with people paying for beer on their phones with $CBC.
German Kraft promises that however high or low the price of the coin goes, it will always be exchangeable for at least one pint of their finest brew – at any supporting location.
CraftCoinCompany, the company behind the coin, says that soon, its token will become exchangeable for food and other products sold in supporting stores and with partnering ventures.
London is just the beginning
London is the center of this revolution for now. But the philosophy around the coin is to support independent breweries everywhere in the world.
Independent breweries can apply to receive funding to cover start-up costs to launch a new brewery, which holders of $CBC can approve or decline by voting. The only condition placed on the brewers – apart from meeting certain suitability and sustainability criteria – is that they must match every penny they raise with beer that can be paid for in $CBC by customers.
The business model is genius.
Let’s say it costs German Kraft $1 to brew each pint and you buy one $CBC for $5 to purchase a beer (which is $0.50 cheaper than you’d pay with cash). You’re happy, because you get a delicious beer for a discount. The CraftCoinCompany gets your $5 and when you buy the beer, you give them their token back. So in effect, they’re creating $5 out of thin air every time you buy a beer.
And unlike dollars or pounds (which are created out of thin air), every $CBC that is created is underwritten by a real pint of beer.
Soon, you could see $CBC in a local brewery near you.
Imagine a stock that pays you 100% income on your money every year… and continues to do so for the rest of your life.
$1,000 in savings would pay you $1,000. $10,000 would pay you an extra $10,000. $100,000 would pay you $100,000. And again, that’s every year.
We never thought an investment like that would be possible… Until we saw this.
The project is also changing lives in the developing world
The beer brewed on site in London uses a patented water purification method. Excess purified water not used for brewing is put into glass bottles and sold at the Mercato Metropolitano street food hall in London. All of the profits made from the sale of the bottles goes directly into the Aquiva Foundation, a charity that provides purified water to people who need it.
This is just another way that crypto and blockchain (the technology behind bitcoin) innovation in our daily lives is growing – whether we know it or not.
As I’ve shown you before, it’s being used in everything form tracking diamonds and fine art to reduce fraud… to improving national security… to making gambling fair and transparent… to making voting easier.
All of this is just the beginning. Crypto and the blockchain are here to stay.
Lead Crypto Analyst