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Global Treaty Bank releases information on how its new Crypto value transfer services, which include event development/tokenizing chattels/learning, earning, discerning crypto economics will change things in the Indigenous world of Peoples, First Nation, Metis, Inuit for the better. Further information can be found at

Crypto Economy. Earlier today, Global Treaty Bank announced the launch of its new Indigenous crypto economy value transfer services (crypto development/tokenizing chattels/learning, earning, and discerning), set to go live May 2021. For anyone with even a passing interest in the world of Indigenous Peoples, First Nation, Metis, Inuit, Aboriginal this new development will be worth paying attention to, as it’s set to shake things up. Rather than integrating (interoperability, yes) into any of the 4,000 plus mainstream crypto communities, Global Treaty Bank recognizes an Indigenous crypto platform community (node) is preferred because that helps drive an Indigenous Crypto Economy.

Currently, with even a passing glance at any news media, a person will notice that everyone is focused on the crypto coin (for example: coinbase)/how very few or perhaps no one in the “First Nation Reserve Zones, 1,2, and 3” elected representative levels seem to grasp the prosperity value in the crypto (Digital Ledger Technology) space/that there is a difference in how crypto income or capital gains are treated in the U.S compared to Canada.

The Founder/CEO at Global Treaty Bank, nimihito pinesiw [Guy Dumas], makes a point of saying,”things are going to change quickly when our crypto economy value transfer service launches”. The crypto or virtual currency that lives on the DLT is backed by chattels. GTB is not just minting crypto coins from nothing but are actually pegged to the wealth of the Indigenous peoples. Wealth in plain site. Crypto (i.e. Bitcoin) lives in what is known as digital ledger technology or DLT for short. All transactions are recorded at various speeds depending on the type of DLT (blockchain, hashgraph, holograph, etc) used.

Guy Dumas continues… “Where you’ll always see our crypto allyl (the competitors) doing the same old thing, we will focus on the front end to ensure the customer is ready and confident to upload their first crypto economy event sheet. Once this is done, meaning other legal requirements met as well, the customer now has liquidity choices available to them. Perhaps for the first time in a long time the customer will sense the opportunity. We do this because we believe mainstream financial and economic institutions continue to follow the legislations to keep most indigenous peoples out of the economy going on 259 years”.

259 years is a long time. The legislations that have kept Indigenous peoples out of the financial and economic world started with the 1763 Royal Proclamation, followed by the 1867 British North America Act, and further confirmed by the 1876 Indian Act. Obviously, the trustee has not done their job. Indigenous peoples were not considered to have human rights until 1982. Visit any Indigenous community and deep poverty still persists. Poverty is even more apparent in the Northern isolated communities.

Guy continues…”Global Treaty Bank is designed specifically for financial and economic inclusion using DLT. Ultimately this is going to be a huge benefit to our customers (crypto ally) because It will confirm their belief they have an ability to be wealthy, prosperous, and plentiful.” The impact of scarcity conditioning has been far reaching. It goes deep. Global Treaty Bank is one entity in the crypto economy space determined to help achieve economic freedom alongside Indigenous peoples.

Global Treaty Bank was established in April 2020. It has been preparing the foundation to create a powerful Indigenous crypto economy service with chattels (moveable property) and it has always aimed to establish, facilitate and build a sustainable crypto economy on First Nation, Indigenous Lands. Technology has indeed opened the door.

Currently, the closest thing to Global Treaty Bank’s crypto economy service are mainstream crypto services who simply have no awareness of the Indigenous world, but Global Treaty Bank improved on this by simplifying the inclusion process with their (customized) first prosperity event sheet. This alone is predicted to make Global Treaty Bank’s crypto economy service more popular with customers in the Indigenous Peoples, First Nation, Metis, Inuit space, quickly. Currently, several innovative Indigenous crypto coins are out there, mainly in the U.S. Other uses of the cryptographic technology is used for voting and gaming purposes. Use cases are expanding.

Once again, the crypto economy value transfer services, including crypto development/tokenizing chattels/tokenization/learning, earning, and discerning is set to launch May 2021. To find out more, the place to visit is

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