CJS are a peer to peer cryptocurrency built on the Stellar network, focused on eradicating economic oppression and providing a new way to pay everywhere.
CJS are a new type of cryptocurrency, powered by real people and real businesses. Created from Koinda, the coin focuses on eradicating economic oppression by providing a better alternative to traditional payment solutions. CJS are named after Madam C. J. Walker, the first Black female self-made millionaire in America according to The Guinness Book of World Records. The Garvey is named after the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Jr. Like satoshis are to Bitcoin, Garveys are the smaller denomination of the CJS.
No more account freezes, holds, or fees - this is money that you control.
CJS confirm on average in 5 seconds, so you can send and receive in near real time.
Using blockchain technology, you can send and receive payments from anywhere in the world.
Simply share your wallet address or display a QR code - receiving payments is now easier than ever.
Keep all of the money you earn, without having to pay exorbitant fees just for receiving funds.
With CJS, you don't need to worry about losing your funds or having them frozen from a third-party payment processor.
Become a part of the new economy in three steps
Make sure that your wallet can accept CJS. Keybase and Lobstr require you to set your CJS trustline, but the CJS wallet will do this for you automatically.
Once you have a wallet, simply show customers your QR code or share your address and start taking CJS as a form of payment.
CJS is a decentralized cryptocurrency built on top of the Stellar Network. The main goal of CJS is to eradicate economic oppression by creating a new store of value for people to use.
We are currently in the process of building a business directory, so that you can see what businesses in your area accept CJS. However, if there is a business that you want to accept CJS, talk to them! We have to all work together to build the new economy, and that starts with you!
We're working on bringing in as many merchants and consumers onto the network as possible, but we can only do it if we work together. Consider following us on social media to keep up to date with everything that we're doing to eradicate economic oppression, or donating to the Koinda Development Fund.