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The Altcoins with a Purpose Are Coming! (Naut)

The altcoin space has been as heated as ever, especially since the DAO hype and fallout and the Ethereum hard fork. Now, Monero is off to the races with news it will be a new form of payment accepted on the Deep Web.

Throughout all of this excitement, I’ve watched a lesser-known two-year-old altcoin which has also been on quite the tear this summer. I’m talking about NAUT or Nautilus Coin. Some of you diehard crypto followers and speculators may already be familiar with it, but I can assure you that you’re NAUT (hehe) familiar with what it is about to become!

NAUT has already had a huge summer. It went from 5,000 satoshis in early June to over 70,000 satoshis by mid-July. Something was brewing. I dug around and talked to my most valued sources. I learned there were new plans to take NAUT out of hibernation and into the conversation on Wall Street.

Now, just in the past few days it seems NAUT has again revved it engines. The price has almost doubled over the weekend and it’s trading at ~130,000 satoshis as of this writing. All of this without any fanfare or concrete announcement. The period between the two sharp rises indicates solid accumulation took place, presumably by those in the know. I smell something big here.

Here’s what I know. It was created by Brian Kelly (CNBC Fast Money fame on TV) in 2014 as an attempt at creating a stable crypto-asset unlike Bitcoin’s reputed volatility. When I initially dug around in July, I heard of plans to develop a parallel currency system like the WIR banc, but open source and peer to peer. Sound powerful? Well, since then it appears the homepage has been adjusted to reflect a different purpose. Something having to do with hedge funds...Oh my! (Takai voice).

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