David Kam

David Kam is the visionary and creator of the Earth Dollar; he hopes to grow the Earth Dollar movement to alleviate global poverty and to Heal Our Mother Earth (H.O.M.E.). Using his Chinese Hakka roots, he also works with indigenous peoples worldwide to help them with their independence and prosperity.

David is a multi-talented individual that has worked with one of the world’s largest Fortune 500 company, as well as with numerous non- profit organizations. David is currently putting his talents to creating a more sustainable and a more peaceful world.

 

David also runs one of the largest green groups on the Internet, called LOHAS (Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability) with 14,000 green businesses, NGOs and associations, reaching millions of Cultural Creatives worldwide.

David is also an artist who is the founder of the Thinkism Art Movement (year 2001), the first fine art movement of the 21st century – described as the socially conscious art movement.

In 1990, David and his friends pioneered the energy drink category, being the first in the world to add ginseng to formulate their Energy Drinks, after noticing people lining up to buy ginseng root in Chinatown. They negotiated a 5 year franchising-licensing agreement with Grey Beverages, the largest independent bottler in Canada (now owned by Pepsi-Cola Bottling Group) to test market a E=MC² Energy Drink, for North Pole Beverages Co., in Western Canada (population 2 million people).

Date: 10.27.2017

Time: 10-10:50 AM

Title: The Earth Dollar: A new living economic system

Expected to be one of the largest token sales for 2017, the launch of the Earth Dollar signifies a radical new application of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. The Earth Dollar aims to create an alternative global economy, a new relationship between currency and resources that will actively protect the natural world. Unlike other cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Earth Dollar is backed by real natural capital assets such as land, water, or forests that have been offered as guarantee by indigenous peoples and other landowners. (http://www.prweb.com/releases/2017/09/prweb14721226.htm)

 

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