Rhino Coin

Rhino Coin: Crypto-Conservation

Rhino Coin has been established to provide assistance to populations in distress – rhino populations; to victims of man-made disasters and armed conflict – rhino poaching; and – due to the need for a critical response at a critical point in their survival as a species – to do so irrespective of the opposing camps

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Rhino marking territory

Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained

We all know, to a lesser or greater degree, about the plight of the Rhino. Many experts say that we have already passed the ‘tipping point’ for these iconic animals. While accurate stats are not available, reported figures site only around 26 000 rhino surviving in the wild, across all five species in the world;

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What is the meaning of rhino

What is the Meaning?

Rhinoceros Rhinoceros – from the Greek words “rhino” (nose) and “ceros” (horn) can include any of five or six species of large, horn-bearing herbivores naturally occurring in Africa, India and South East Asia. Ranging between two to five tons in weight, depending on the species, rhinos fall into the large bodied mammal category. Known for

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Close up of rhino

Rhino Coin Celebrated Their First World Rhino Day

On the 22nd of September 2018 Rhino Coin celebrated its first World Rhino Day. World Rhino Day, which is celebrated annually, is a special day that commemorates and celebrates both African and Asian rhino species. As you are well aware, rhinos are considered to be one of the most spectacular animals on the planet. Yet,

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HOW RHINO COIN CAME TO BE

How Rhino Coin Came To Be

Introduction The seventh of June 2018 marked the first official step to Rhino Coin’s marathon race, in contributing to save the Rhino. But why are we running? What lead us here? I, Alexander Wilcocks, have been truly blessed in my life, to have had the opportunity to see the absolute beauty of these magnificent creatures,

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The Illegal Rhino Horn Trade: A Classic Case of Supply and Demand

The Illegal Rhino Horn Trade: A Classic Case of Supply and Demand

Spanning more than a century, the long and brutal killing of rhinos has escalated to a level well beyond critical in the last decade. Last year is a prime example, with 1 028 rhinos killed in South Africa alone – speeding up this iconic species’ demise. The staggering rate of about three rhinos killed every day

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