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Introducing: Concoin

A safer, more innovative form of currency for inmates housed in the U.S. prison system.

The world’s first digital currency designed for the U.S. prison system.

Concoin is a stable, decentralized, digital currency intended for the nearly 2 million prisoners housed in state and federal prisons throughout the United States.

Concoin makes it possible for inmates to send, receive, store and trade digital representations of the U.S. dollar. It’s designed so that every prison around the country can see the money flow within their prison walls for the first time ever – generating an almost unprecedented level of visibility.

The US&ON Advantage

Financial freedom with no volatility

Convert US&ON to equivalent U.S. dollars at any time. Concoin offers unparalleled assurance to customers that their US&ON is backed one-to-one by the dollar.

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Decentralized governance

A community of US&ON token holders will govern the smart contracts that will power Concoin. This will consist of state agencies, prison officials, and inmates across the country.

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100% backed and fully transparent

95% of US&ON reserves will be held by the Department of Corrections in cash and cash equivalents, meaning that customer funds will always be kept safe and available for redemption – no matter what.

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Monthly Accounting Transparency Report

As soon as Concoin is implemented into the prison system, both Concoin and each state using Concoin will report 100% of their reserves every month.

A third-party accounting firm will verify that the supply matches the reserve accounts comprised of U.S. dollars and any other instrument allowed under the Stablecoin Transparency Act.

"Concoin looks like it can solve many issues within the prison system."

James Dzurenda

Nevada Department of Corrections Director

"I find your project to have merit and would be a commendable approach."

Heidi Lackner

Warden, Sierra Conservation Center

"This will give us an insight in a way no other prison has had before."

Ron Davis

Warden, San Quentin State Prison

"Concoin appears to have potential for the inmate population and for our personnel."

Joe Lizarraga

Warden, Mule Creek State Prison