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The1 Forest Creation Initiative

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Each The1 token represents a tree planted for carbon offset.

The1 is a revolutionary cryptocurrency token created with 

a singular purpose: 

to significantly reduce the effects of climate change.

The1 is the most carbon negative cryptocurrency.

That’s a bold statement.

So, we’ll say it again:

The1 is the most carbon negative cryptocurrency.  Ever.  And likely the most carbon negative company that ever will be.😇

We got the stats to prove it. 🤓

Let’s clarify.

The single most effective action that can be taken to reverse climate change is planting a tree. This is undisputed in the scientific literature.

The definition of carbon impact is determined as a net value.  That is, for every singular action, an organization takes, the carbon footprint is measured and after consideration of the overall activity, net impact is the carbon footprint which overtime becomes carbon impact.

For The1, every token represents the planting of a tree – the single most effective action that can be taken to improve the environment.

So, the smallest action within the framework of the currency is the single most effective action known to reverse climate change.


By definition, the most carbon negative impact possible.


It’s the reason for the nickname ‘the green crypto’😇.

By positioning ethics as the foundation of action, The1 is aligning service with social cause.

Value should be defined as value to society.

Let’s redefine our currency to give it value.

The1 – Bringing value to currency.

The current global carbon footprint is at a record high and keeps increasing yearly.

When researchers performed a rigorous scientific analysis of ice core samples from Antarctica, they gained insight about greenhouse gas levels over the last 800,000 years. Although fluctuations in greenhouse gases were noted, even at the peaks levels did not even reach 75% of the greenhouse gas level in our air currently – a true record high!

 Scientists further estimate that currently our atmosphere may contain the highest amount of greenhouse gas accumulation in the past 20 million years.

With the advent of mining cryptocurrency, the problem has been exacerbated.

Early crypto technologies, such as bitcoin, revolutionized finance by enabling the decentralization of finance.

Transparency within the blockchain enabled validation within transactions.  With this incorporation of authentication, decentralized finance was possible.

Bitcoin achieved this through calculation of complex math problems to authenticate transactions. This proof of work (POW) system is the basis of bitcoin transactions.

The POW system is increasingly energy consuming and has since become a significant contributor to greenhouse gas emissions annually.

It is estimated that the bitcoin mining and bitcoin transactions produce over

66 Megatons yearly of greenhouse gas emissions.


The annual emission of greenhouse gasses related to bitcoin is greater than the emissions of over 65 countries combined!

In addition, increased bitcoin value and increased mining difficulty suggests this will worsen.  Bitcoin mining gets “dirtier” by the day and continues to cause more greenhouse gas emissions than any of 150 countries yearly. That’s why bitcoin got the nickname the “brown” crypto.

This is significant.

The problem, involves a multitude of factors but primarily, can be broken down into:

  • the high energy consumption by mining
  • the predominant use of fossil fuels as energy sources for mining
  • the significant electrical waste produced due to heavy toll on computing hardware

The third fact is traditionally underestimated as a factor contributing to environmental pollution. But it is significant. Conservative estimates are that bitcoin mining produces over 6000 kg of electronic waste yearly – piled up, it would take up an area the size of Luxembourg.  Again, yearly.

Although, bitcoin is the crypto with the worst carbon footprint, this only improved slightly as the technology evolved and code simplified . Eventually, mining was found to be unnecessary and authentication was possible with a much lower energy requirement.

The cleanest, safest iteration of these consensus protocols is the stellar consensus protocol. With the bypassing of mining achieved through validation via pre-authenticated notes, The computing power necessary to authenticate a transaction is greatly reduced.

By using this technology The1 achieves an estimated 99.9995% reduction of the carbon footprint of bitcoin.

This simplification of the process results in The1 to enable:

– reduced energy consumption

-faster transactions

-lower transaction fees.

Finally, energy efficiency has been achieved in cryptocurrency.


The Legendary eco-friendly consensus protocol.

While the eco-friendly nature of The1 protocol proudly achieved conscientious acceptance of the technology by even the  stark environmentalists, ultimately The1 was created for an even greater purpose.

The1 exists to potentiate the positive environmental impact of blockchain technology.

The1 has a utility. 

The1 has a purpose. 

The1 is a tree – The1 Tree.

The1 Tree is a climate change tree purposely planted for the reason of reversing climate change.

The1 Trees are planted in a created, manicured Forest – The1 Forest.

The1 Forest is meticulously designed to maximize environmental impact.

Welcome to The1 Forest Farm Creation Initiative

Preserving nature is the best way for us to heal the environment.

By planting The1 Trees, we clean the air, foster plant growth, attract wildlife, stabilize ground, filter water, preserve endangered species – as well as preserving the natural environments such as the rainforests, etc.

It’s all connected and it all starts with a tree. 

The1 Tree

The1 is cutting edge cryptocurrency.

The1 is a utility token representing a permanent notation on the blockchain.  

The1 token is an immutable record of a measurable, significant, long-lasting action taken in a conscientious effort to improve the environment.

Through stellar consensus protocols, The1 code ensures:

– negligible energy consumption

– faster transactions

– microtransaction fees

–  secure transactions

– privacy protection through inherent separation of personal from transactional information

– transactional transparency through blockchain transparency and authenticated nodes.

How do we create The1 Forests?


We create Forests.

Agroforestry is the intentional integration of trees into farming systems to create environmental, economic, and social benefits.

We create a forest within a farm.  We call them Forest Farms.

It has been practiced around the world for centuries.

1World.Fund has combined this ancient proven method with cutting edge Artificial Intelligence (AI) and open-source blockchain technology.

The result is:

The1 Forest

 The1 Forest is scientifically designed using highly developed Artificial Intelligence algorithms, multiple model simulations and real-time individual tree monitoring to maximize environmental impact and The1 Forest self-sustainability.

Each The1 token represents a tree. The1 Tree is scientifically selected and purposefully planted and then professionally, lovingly groomed and taken care of by farmers.  For generations.

The1 Tree is curated to serve it’s purpose.

The1 Tree will clean the environment.

The1 Forest will reverse climate change.

So simple, so perfect. So pure. 
So sustainable.

The1 Forest Spiral

From the carbon cycle institute:

Over the past 150 years of land use changes and agricultural practices, it is estimated that we have lost fifty to eighty percent of our topsoil worldwide, with most of the soil carbon it contains returning to the atmosphere as CO2. However, a multitude of agricultural practices have the potential to reverse this trend. Through the use of these carbon farming practices, agriculture can significantly increase the amount of carbon stored in long-term carbon pools including soil organic matter and woody plant biomass. While sequestering CO2 from the atmosphere, many of these practices also build farm resilience and support ecosystem health. Learn more about carbon farming at What is Carbon Farming?

Starting from the land … 

Worldwide, due to extended agricultural use, there is a substantial amount of overexploited farmland – generationally used for agriculture, now depleted of important nutrients and no longer yielding significant harvest.

Families that have farmed this land for generations often face poverty as their land no longer produces crops in a sustainable way.

1World.Fund identifies tracts of land that have been overexploited.  Overexploited land is land that has been depleted of resources due to overfarming, deforestation, or industrial development. This land has been depleted of soil & other nutrients and is currently unused or greatly underproducing agricultural harvest because of this depletion.  Generational farming families are often too poor to replete their soil leading to further poverty. Thus the cycle continues.  This happens globally. As a global phenomenon, this underproducing land contributes not only to food shortage, starvation and increased prices at the local grocery store, but also to increased societal ills worsened with increased poverty – healthcare, education and basic human rights.

1World.Fund works with regional farming families who have lived on the land for generations – land their family has farmed for generations.  After scientifically analyzing their land, and applying model-integration systems, we develop a sustainable model of a Forest farm – The1 Forest

We then share our research with and educate the farmers about farming principles specific to their land and long term practices to achieve self-sustainability.

Together , we ‘no-till’ prepare, compost fertilize, crop rotate and replete their soil with biodiversity to “fill the gaps” as according to restorative agricultural research.  Restoring the land with organic soils and fertilizers. 

We create healthier soil and promote resilience in the ecosystem by increasing the insect and plant biodiversity, soil fertility, and carbon sequestration.


No GMOs. No chemicals. All natural. All organic. All specific to that land and climate, all scientifically optimized for sustainability.

We “fill in the gaps” by incorporating climate change trees, natural flora and fauna and integrating agricultural farming in accordance with restorative agricultural principles. 

We then apply our proprietary layout – very exciting 😇– The 1World Forest Spiral.

The1 integrates farms with forests in a symbiotic relationship that fosters sustainability environmentally and economically.  By doing so, the synergistic forces increase sustainability for both the Forest and the communities.  

The1 Forest Spiral

Logarithmic spiral

The same spiral inverted, rotated, and applied vertically filled with biodiversity into a 

8 Layered Forest Farm

The1 Forest Spiral contains tall trees, low trees, shrubs, herbs, ground covers, vines, root crops & mushrooms.

The1 Forest Spiral

The1 Forest spiral is a design layout that incorporates climate change trees amongst agricultural crops. The design is based on the most efficient design found in nature. The logarithmic spiral. This is the same spiral seen in the design of sunflowers – amongst many other natural phenomenon.

In order to thrive, plants and trees need to be spaced apart an ideal distance. This allows them to grow in the most healthy manner. We because we are planting our trees and plants, we will be able to space them apart to maximize ideal growth. The trees that are considered climate change trees are usually tall trees with broad leaves. The height provides a canopy to trap carbon dioxide and other gases from reaching the upper atmosphere, the broadleaf maximize’s carbon dioxide absorption.   

The lines of that the trees will be planted along will follow those of a logarithmic spiral. Amongst these “climate change” trees we will then plant shrubs and crop producing plants in other lines to complete the logarithmic spiral. In addition, complementary plants will be planted along lines creating rotated and inverted logarithmic spirals.  A spiral on a spiral on a spiral.  All intentionally planted and lovingly cared for.  Symbiotically nourishing itself.  The biodiversity helps ensure survival of the ecosystem- providing natural resistance to climate change, floods, infestations or other disasters.

The agricultural crops will be harvested regularly while the trees will continue to grow around them. Crops will be rotated to maximize environmental sustainability. This is part of our education program of the farmers. They benefit from crop production and lovingly maintain the land – the crops and the forest – since it is all integrated.

The integration ensures the longevity of the Forest by empowering and enabling starving farmers.

Longevity of the Forests are further supported by our education program, which incorporates 3 agricultural principles: agroforestry, permaculture and regeneration.  Agroforestry describes the purposeful integration of trees to crops and farming land. Permaculture describes the incorporation of agricultural principles that allow for self sustainability of the Forest.  Regeneration focuses on ensuring soil nutrients are naturally replenished by other elements in the Forest (fauna,etc).

Simple.  Poetic. Ethical. Responsible.


And the design relies on continuous reevaluation of the plan and incorporates real time data and field data collected from mobile devices to continuously assess the sustainability of the Forest Farm and allow for mitigation as needed.

It does this through the advanced AI (Artificial Intelligence) monitoring system which incorporates intense data repositories and multiple open-source algorithms developed and shared by private and public academic organizations.  These are available to the public and enable progression of research.

Some of these are included below:




Carbon Farming Framework

This was a model framework developed by The Carbon Cycle Institute has developed a model framework to “enhance rates of carbon capture, increases the provision of important ecosystem services (including water), build agricultural resilience and mitigates climate change.” 
The framework relies on sound technical expertise, quantification methodologies and innovative solutions to enable on-the-ground, effective solutions.

Learn more about Carbon Farm Planning and about building a Carbon Farming Network.

The1 strongly believes in the power of open source.

Sharing information advances society.

In accordance with transparency and open source ethics, we use open source data repositories and open source model integration systems.

As a participant in the one movement, you will be included in all actions Tools used in the planning systems and monitoring systems of the one forest will always be accessible on the Blockchain and data clearly accessible to the public. This enables accountability.

We implement open source model integration systems such as a set of online Greenhouse Gas planning and modeling tools (COMET Planner and COMET Farm), developed by researchers at Colorado State University and partners.

These tools are all open source and peer reviewed for scientific accountability.

The 8 Layer design

well-studied, proven

The1 Forest Farm is typically comprised of 8 different layers:

The Tall-Tree Layer

This is the canopy layer.  This is the defining layer of layout.

Based on the ideal distance for growth, these trees are tall, provide shade, yet even when mature, allow sufficient light to reach lower layers. If the soil is lacking a specific nutrient, that will be considered. For example, nitrogen-fixing trees will help replete soil, and may blossoms to attract insects.

The Low-Tree Layer

These will be similar to the tall trees, but dwarf variations – to keep them low growing.  This will likely include fruits, nuts and crops. Many of these will grow quickly and can be pruned heavily to generate plenty of mulch and compost – for ongoing sustainability.

The Shrub Layer

This layer is wildlife-attracting .  Examples include flowering, fruiting and other useful shrubs. This will be based upon our algorithm and site specific environmental inclinations / ecological goals.  These will be chosen to meet sustainability requirements such as agricultural development (foods,medicines, crops), wildlife attraction, natural pest control/ fertilizer or simply to engage biodiversity as a tool to achieve hardiness.

Because shrubs occur in a variety of sizes, they can be used as “filler” to maximize environmental impact.

The Herb Layer

This layer is compromised of nonwoody vegetation – vegetables, flowers, herbs, and cover crops.  This layer will contain mulch producers and other soil-building plants. Most will likely be perennials and self-seeding species. Again, exact planting location will be determined as according to the needs of each plant (ie shade-lovers beneath taller plants, while at the edges perhaps, beds of plants dependent on full sun).

The Ground-Cover Layer

These are the ground-hugging plants that snuggle into edges and the spaces between shrubs and herbs.  Ideally, varieties that offer food or habitat — examples: strawberries, clover, and the many prostrate varieties of flowers.  From a sustainability perspective, by occupying ground space, they play a critical role in weed prevention

The Vine Layer

This layer is for climbing plants that will twine up trunks and branches, filling the unused regions of with food and habitat. This is where we apply their vertical aspect of the logarithmic spiral.  This layer could include food for humans (ie kiwi, squash, berries) or and wildlife (ie honeysuckle, trumpet-flower).

The Root Layer

The soil is the focus of this layer.  This will have mainly shallow rooted plants (ie garlic, onions, potatoes) to prevent disturbance of other plant roots.  These can be harvested, while the blossoms attract beneficial insects and the fat roots add humus as they decompose – adding to self sustainability.

The Mycelial or Mushroom Layer

nature’s Internet: network-like design

individual fungal cells merge together to form a neurological network of nature.
possibly the most important layer – by selecting the microbiome of bacteria and other organisms in its surroundings, the mycelium network is creating the habitat and setting the stage for an ecological evolution. It is aware and reacts to change – enabling self-sustainability.

This design is based on the goal of creating a self-sustainable ecosystem by assembling communities of plants that can work symbiotically and perform a variety of functions for the community.  The 8 layers are in accordance with accepted regenerative agroforestry.

This 8 layer system combined with the design layout of a multi-iterated logarithmic spiral describes our proprietary design.  

Why the Logarithmic Spiral?

  • nature’s plan of efficiency 
  • can be inverted,rotated, 

Logarithmic spirals occur in nature:

  • aka – spira mirabilis (miracle spiral)
  • self-similarity: as size of the spiral increases, shape is unaltered 
  • generally revealing the effects of accelerating growth as in the spiral shells
  • most efficient layered design as in sunflowers – ie seeds arranged to maximize efficient use of available space, giving ideal room for each seed to flourish and minimising wastage of space

Phyllotactic spirals – observed in plants for centuries – new shoots push old ones outward, resulting in a beautiful geometric arrangement.  – why? Recent research shows that the logarithmic spiral  emerges naturally as a feature of the dynamics of plant growth, biochemistry, mechanics and geometry all play a role in generating the observed patterns.

Follow nature …

if the intention is to accelerate growth and achieve self-sustainability, there is no better shape.

How do we plan a Forest?

The algorithm: Using open source data repositories and model integration systems planning incorporates  a rigorous set of metrics, terrestrial models, field, and satellite observations.

The amount of data that must be incorporated and processed in a project this size is immeasurably voluminous – possibly a yottabyte?😂

Thankfully, blockchain technology has allowed data repositories to form and serve open-source centers for huge amounts of environmental data recorded over centuries.

Information sharing is the greatest advantage of the internet. 

Open-Source advances science.  Here are some environmental data repositories we access: 




learn more about Open Source here.

Within used very complex model simulation algorithms that are available open-source through different public and private academic organizations.

These allow us to use the latest scientific data to model the Forest and predict sustainability.

These include:



amongst others

This is the most exciting part. Again, we use open source algorithms that have been highly developed and peer reviewed. We enter individual trees into our database with species specific information. This is then entered with geolocation software into the database for the general population to follow.  Within collect field data from mobile devices on the ground as well, as well as real time weather and environmental information, and this is combined into the algorithm with the environmental details, and the continuous assessment of carbon offset is undertaken. In addition to continuously monitoring and maximizing our environmental impact, this continuous monitoring allows for any mitigation planning for challenges that arise (ie, pests, disease, reduced crop output, etc).

For this we will be using a modified version of I-Tree and other similar algorithms.


if you would like to participate or learn more about the various open-source algorithms that are available, please contact us. 


more details on the revolutionary The1 Forest Spiral to follow.

Let’s make the world a better place one tree at a time with nature’s own currency … The1



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The1 Revolution: 3 Phases


the green crypto

no mining

most carbon negative impact possible 

Every The1 Token Plants a tree

creates a Forest

diminishes poverty

Replenishes the Earth

Cleans the air

Bridges currencies – fiat & crypto 

Makes the world better

Brings value to currency 

Join the revolution:

Join The1

The1 is on the stellar protocol.

To participate, visit an exchange that access the DEX [decentralized exchange].

then create a stellar wallet (or connect if you already have one).

deposit 1 xlm to activate your account 

Search for the asset The1

or click here

establish a trustline or click here

Or scan the QR code in Scopuly or LOBSTR: 


note:  usually all of this can be done automatically by selecting ‘buy The1’ in the “Trade” section. 

The purpose:

Reverse Climate Change!

Every token sold represents 1 tree planted in The1 Forest



Proceeds raised serve as call to action to:


– Every 1 token sold plants a tree 🌲

This is revolutionary.

This is where we as a community start making a significant difference.
And it’s all on the blockchain. 

Forever. 🤓


On average, a forest acre offsets 144.64 metric tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) over 20 years.

Trees and other plants take in carbon dioxide (CO2) for use (photosynthesis) to store carbon (C) (organic material) and release oxygen (O2). Because it is the building material for the plant, carbon (C) is removed from the environment continuously and oxygen (O2) is released into the air for animals and people to breathe. This is scientifically measured scientifically evaluated in terms of carbon stored in the tree and surrounding ecosystem. When environmental scientists describe off setting, it is expressed as the CO2 equivalent (how much CO2 is taken in by ecosystem to o ffset emissions).

CO2 is a molecule made up of one atom of carbon (C) and two atoms of oxygen (O2).

Studies by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) have shown that trees sequester over 96.04 metric tons of CO2/acre over 20 yrs.

Studies by the IPCC have further shown that soil stores carbon through above ground and below ground biomass. Soil carbon dioxide storage estimates: 48.6 metric tons of C02/acre over 20 years.

Therefore, on average, an acre of forest o ffsets an estimated 144.64 metric tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) per acre over 20 years.

Planting a tree seed involves more than just throwing a seed in a hole. The ground must be fertilized and prepared, nourished and optimized for ecosystem flourishment. This includes seeds, biodegradable growth material for seedlings, basic planting tools (wheelbarrow, shovel, hoe, watering can, pruning shears), and training for field staff .

1World.Fund estimates our offset based on the CO2 equivalent that can be sequestered in a 1 acre forest ecosystem. This includes carbon stored in above and below ground biomass (trees, plants, shrubs, vines and roots) and soil organic carbon. Combined, the ecosystem collectively stores carbon and provides a multitude of ecosystem benefits.
Therefore, 1World.Fund considers a per acre CO2 offset, rather than a per tree offset. This is generally accepted the scientific standard.

1. Honest Environmental Offset: The growth rate of trees and their carbon storage is not linear. The growth follows an “S” shaped curve (see fig 3). This means that the ecosystem sequesters CO2 more slowly in the initial years of planting and later the carbon storage expands as they grow. The sweetspot of maximizing an individuals carbon offset is typically about 20 years – that’s when it is approaching its maximal carbon offset efficiency. The majority of trees The1 is planted have been selected an avg of 50 – 100 year lifespans. A variety of trees is necessary to balance the ecosphere overall – thereby attracting varieties of other necessary, natural lifeforms.

2. Does planting methodology matter?

◦ We have studied forest growth and have designed the ideal layout for maximum carbon offset. This involves majority of the trees being planted to grow side by side – acting as living fence – attracting life on both sides. The shape of this living fence will follow a logarithmic spiral starting at the center and working out words. The same spiral will then be involuted, rotated and reversed- at an ideal distance to foster growth and potentiate carbon offset. A
◦ Trees planted too closely together capture less carbon than those planted in the open where they can grow larger. The1 trees are planted purposely at ideal growing distance (varies by species).
◦ Furthermore – in addition to the purposeful growth distance planning contributing to ideal tree growth and development , the layout of the living fence is based on nature’s own Time Tested design – the logarithmic spiral. The Logarithmic spiral is how sunflowers stack their seeds. This is the most efficient growth shape. Because of the properties of Circle Inversion, other plants and trees will be planted in congruent living fences to exponentially foster ecosphere flourishment. Rotating and scaling the congruent living fences allows for infinitely complex ecosystem development – all with natural indigenous flora and fauna through self similarity in design of layout and natural cohabitability. Simple – we listen and follow naTure and let the environment flourish naturally – and maximizing carbon offset for a cleaner planet.

Life Flourishing Design:

Life flourishes best when put in an environment where it has room to grow, it has other supporting organism the room to grow in a symbiotic relationship ensues. The flourishing the design of our forests are based on the logarithmic

The1 Forest is an agroforest project. The trees planted by The1 have a far greater chance of longevity and survival than those planted in the open.

This is because The1 creates forests.

The trees are expertly planted in their indigenous environments, trees are cared for and protected by indigenous farmers. The1 further then becomes a valuable part of a farmer’s livelihood and symbol in the community. For generations. 😇

Every The1 Forest, is designed to earn the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) and Community Climate Benefits (CCB) certifications. These will accurately account for CO2 sequestration in our projects based on tree species and climate conditions. There is a rigorous process for obtaining these certifications and they are climate and species-specific.  These will also hold The1 Forests accountable  and externally validate our environmental impact.  



value through Sustainability.

Additional Climate Benefits:

Through mere existence The1 provides many Community Climate Benefits (CCBs).

These benefits prevent future carbon emissions including:

●Growth of local food sources eliminates the need for high CO2 emissions associated with imports

● Watershed management prevents flooding of neighboring farms

● The1 Forests are grown with only natural, organic nutrients. Seeds, soils, compost, mulch, fertilizers. No harsh or harmful chemicals. No chemical fertilizers translates to further prevention of high CO2 emissions associated with the production of chemical fertilizers and eliminating harmful algae blooms to minimize releases of methane.

● The1 prevents further deforestation and biodiversity loss by allowing farmers to grow what they need instead of mining it from the forest.

◦ The prevents further deforestation at milestones wherein environmentally significant acres / entire rainforests are saved from deforestation / elimination.

● The1 trees are planted with compost so fertilization and naturally occurring pest management which not only increases carbon offset of the trees, but also the ecosphere. The above and below ground biomatter (soil, etc) contribute to carbon offset through storage. This carbon storage in soil is augmented with compost to further maximize carbon offset and promote a healthier forest.

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• Note 1: The IPCC estimates that converting monocropped land to multi-strata agroforestry system can sequester an additional 1.59 ton carbon/ha/year or 1.59*3.67 = 5.8353 metric tons of CO2/ha/year through soil organic carbon.

• Note 2: Carbon or CO2 absorption depends on multiple factors: species, climate, rainfall, elevation, etc. Please consider that these are metrics are estimations.

Milestone Donations

As milestones accomplished measureable actions taken

As momentum gains for The1 movement, as a community we will be celebrating together and in those moments of celebration we will rescue donate funds to our partner organizations who are dedicated to saving the environment. These actions will rescue endangered species, rescue acreage of endangered rainforest, and in fact rescue entire rainforests. 
This is a movement.
A movement to save the Earth. 
Stay tuned for details
Join us. 
Make a difference.
For real.

Proof of charitable donations will be provided on the blockchain.

Stability by Design

Inherently within the stellar consensus protocols, there belies inherent liquidity in the form of a minimum amount necessary for an account holder to have the wallet (1xlm) and another (0.5 xlm) to enable a trustline for The1.  
This inherent liquidity provides a an in-built stability.

In addition, the utilitarian nature of The1 invariably promotes stability of The1.

Furthermore, the unbridled inter-currency exchangeability - fiat or crypto - positions The1 with unique and enviable financial stability amongst currencies - fiat or crypto currencies.

This is another one of many superior features. 




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