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EverGreenCoin Solar Staker Crowdfund

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EverGreenCoin Solar Staker Crowdfund

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Help EverGreenCoin fund the Solar Staker.  The Solar Staker is being developed not only to help the environment, but to get currency to people in off-grid situations.  With the Solar Staker all you will need to grow your savings and investment is a little Sun.

Funds will be used for R&D, Solar Panels, C.H.I.P.’s, and production.  Imagine if you could pay your electricity bill with the coins you Staked from the Sun.  At the same time reduce waste and preserve the environment.  Help us get these revolutionary Solar Staker’s to your backyard and others.

Donate to the EverGreenCoin Solar Staker Fund and watch your investment grow. You can donate with credit cards, Pay Pal, or hundreds of coins. You can stake for charity or send EGC directly to the EverGreenCoin Solar Staker Fund: EbfHPrXyEjgxExKxFefvFjSPSMR9jQJrQX

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All transactions will be documented. Any overages or shortcomings will be discussed with the community that supported the project.

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Total Backers4
Total Sum$55.00
Start DateFebruary 27, 2017
End DateJune 1, 2017
Time RemainingThe campaign ended 25 days, 23 hours, 47 minutes, 44 seconds ago
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