Built on Omnilayer Protocol, which is the issuance and settlement of H$.
Transactions are made with no middle men. Trustless & Ownership.
Most Haitians refer to the Haitian Dollar (H$) when quoting costs.
Comes with a pre-built support for H$, Bitcoin, USDT & Distributed Exchange.
World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim said. “But if we are going to end poverty by 2030, we need much more investment, particularly in building human capital, to help promote the inclusive growth it will take to reach the remaining poor. For their sake, we cannot fail.”
The target populations for our impact investors and impact bonds aim to design in developing countries that are marginalized and have vulnerable groups, like women, the young and the elderly. More Importantly the Impact development bonds (dib’s) will design to target waste management & recycling in Haiti. While the Impact investors are designed to target financial inclusion and social welfare for the disadvantage people in Haiti.
The Haitian Dollar asset will be the underline product and service seeking to contribute to financial inclusion in Haiti. Particularly, for the underbanked populations and for women, who typically have been inadequately represented users of digital finance. Honson Luma, 2020
Impact investing is somewhat of a new term in the market, used to describes instruments and investments made across numerous assets classes such as cryptocurrencies, business sectors and national regions. With the intentions to generate a quantifiable social and environmental impact alongside a financial return.
According to the world bank, across the developing world, the rural poor—approximately 75 percent of the 2.6 billion people living on less than $2 a day— are marginalized from the formal economy. As is the case for the Haitian people, Haiti is extremely defenseless to natural disasters and has been hit brutally and repeatedly over the past few decades by deadly hurricanes and storms. To heighten this issue, the country itself imports more food and raw materials than it exports, leaving it with an increasing deficit and an overwhelming and ongoing food shortage.
We believed that cryptocurrencies as a new emerging class of assets will be a force for good, and we believe that impact investing and development impact bonds represents a momentous opportunity to bring the blockchain innovation, incentives, and resources to the social sector to reduce extreme poverty in Haiti.
Results-Based Token Financing
The goal of H$ is to be the all-in-one solution to affordable financial products and services that allows people to store money and send and receive payments cheaply and safely. Ultimately, serving as a gateway to other financial services and products.
Haiti is one of the most open economies in the Caribbean. Although Haiti offers an open economy, there are barriers to cash accessibility and normally hard cash is unsafe, expensive, inconvenient, inefficient, and lack transparency. Therefore, the Haitian Dollar aim to provide:
- Cost savings payments are made quickly and efficiently, which decreases overall transaction costs.
- Transparency and security by providing security and rely on cryptography to prevent hacking and fraudulent transactions using the Bitcoin blockchain.
- Financial inclusion by advancing access to a range of financial services, including digital wallets and exchange services.
- Women’s economic participation by giving women more control over their financial lives and enhancing their economic conditions.
The Haitian Dollar (H$/HTD) is a alternative way of counting the formal Haiti national currency, the Haitian Gourde (HTG/G). The Haitian Dollar is built on top of the Bitcoin blockchain.
50 billion Haitian Dollars exist as digital tokens built on Bitcoin (Omni). The OmniLayer transport protocols consist of open source software that interface with the Bitcoin Blockchain to allow for the issuance and redemption of cryptocurrency tokens, in our case, “Haitian Dollar.”
- Disaster Recovery
- Public & Private Sales
- Team, Board Members, Business Partners & Acquisitions
Unsold tokens from previous rounds will be moved into the next round. The token sale will automatically go to the next round when tokens are sold out in the prior round. Tokens that are not sold are allocated to Economic Stimulus Package and Discretionary Spending.
|Reg. D (504)||$0.01||250,000,000|
|Reg. CF (Crowdfunding)||$0.02||250,000,000|
|Sold during Initial Exchange Offering (IEO)||$0.01 – $0.09||250,000,000|
|Marketing & Bounties Campaign||Exchange ACT.||250,000,000|
|Founders, Team, Advisory & Poor Campaign||Non-Discretionary||5,000,000,000|
|Economic Stimulus Package & Disaster Recovery||Reserve/Lock Funds||44,000,000,000|
Note: Haitian Dollars are bitcoin transactions, and they currently have no intrinsic value. The value of The Haitian Dollar (H$) derives only from the expectation that the Haitian people will use it, continue to be accepted by you and maybe one day be accepted along side the Haitian Gourde (G) & U.S Dollar ($). – Honson Luma
A Cryptocurrency Designed With The Intent To Generate A
Positive Social Impact
The Haitian dollar is probably the best (and simplest) modern example I’ve ever run into of an abstract unit of account. For monetary enthusiasts like myself, it provides a great illustration of the many different functions packaged into the thing we call “money.” These functions needn’t be unified into one object or instrument. They can be split up, so that the instruments that we pass from hand to hand (or from phone to phone), the so-called medium-of-exchange, no longer correspond to the symbol used for pricing, the unit-of-account.