[ANN] [LAUNCH] [ENGLISH] Moneta (XJM) - Juno Moneta - Ancient Currency Digitised
Moneta (XJM) is a peer to peer decentalised digital currency in honour of The Queen Of Heaven, Queen Of The Gods and the Creator Of The Earth - Juno , also known as Asherah, Hera and Isis. Juno is the mother of Mars, a virgin birth, and the only son of God herself. Juno is not associated with Minerva, Ishtar or the Biblical Jesus Christ in any way . Moneta comes from the historic currency first issued in ancient Rome after the Queen of Heaven, Juno Moneta , and today has been transformed into a digital currency.
IN MEMORY OF JUNO
In Memory Of Juno, My Old English Sheepdog, Who Returned To The Queen Of Heaven On 13th September 2016.
Rest In Peace.
Coin Name: Moneta
Coin Ticker: XJM
Coin Algo: SHA256
Coin POW Count: 12 million
Block halving: no block halving
Coins Per Block: 60
Block time: 30 seconds
Block Size: 2MB
Coin POS: 720% per year
POS min: 12 hours
POS max: 12 days
Coin Limit: none
Premine: 120,000 (1%) - normal giveaways etc
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In Roman mythology, Moneta (Latin Monēta) was a title given to two separate goddesses: the goddess of memory (identified with the Greek goddess Mnemosyne) and an epithet of Juno, called Juno Moneta (Latin Iūno Monēta). The latter's name is source of numerous words in English and the Romance languages, including the words "money" and "mint".
Above:Moneta depicted with treasure chests on the front of an 1861 Confederate States of America $50 banknote.
Juno Moneta, an epithet of Juno, was the protectress of funds. As such, money in ancient Rome was coined in her temple. The word "moneta" is where we get the words "money", or "monetize", used by writers such as Ovid, Martial, Juvenal, and Cicero. In several modern languages including Russian and Italian, moneta (Spanish moneda) is the word for "coin".
As with the goddess Moneta, Juno Moneta's name is derived either from the Latin monēre, since, as protectress of funds, she "warned" of instability or more likely from the Greek "moneres" meaning "alone, unique".