CRISP for Students


Executive Brief

CRISP for Students has been designed get todays cash-strapped students saving by providing them the opportunity to own DNotes that could one day appreciate to be used to pay down their student loan debt, or act as their first interest bearing asset. Internship opportunities with DNotes and its partner organizations will provide early work experience for students to give them an advantage in the workplace.

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Today’s students are increasingly cash-strapped, loaded with debt, and working excessively to fund their education. After graduating, repayments on their student debt are preventing young adults from purchasing interest bearing assets until later in life, meaning they are unlikely to be able to afford investment purchases of digital currency while the sector is still in its infancy.

CRISP for students is designed to get digital currency into the hands of cash-strapped students as an investment medium, an early interest-bearing asset that could one day help to pay down their student debt. In the future, CRISP for Students potential projects include an online marketplace for student purchases, and a student internship program to give students valuable work experience with DNotes and its partner organizations.

With the launch of the DNotesVault in December, 2014, you need little more than an email address to start a CRISP. All deposits sent to any DNotesVault address are securely stored offline in DNotes cold storage vault with a 100% guarantee.

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Author: Timothy Goggin

Timothy Goggin is an Austrian School economic analyst with an interest in the application of moral philosophy and decentralized systems. He studies economics at the Business School at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. His area of research is the consequential and moral dimensions of implementing digital currencies and the resulting synergies for consumers in the trading environment.

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