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OFFICE OF THE HEAD OF STATE
Pu`uhonua O Waimanalo Village, Waimanalo, Oahu

EXECUTIVE ORDER: 95-004 September 17, 2015

THE NATIONAL MONETARY SYSTEM ACT

By virtue of the authority vested in me by the, Hawai`i Constitution of January 16, 1995, the Declaration of National State of Emergency of January 17, 1995, the Refuge Act, Executive Order: 95-001, and, finally by the Natural Law of Na Kupuna O Hawai`i as the Head of State it is ordered as follows:

PURPOSE, DESCRIPTION, POLICY AND SUMMARY

Purpose. This Executive Order, establishes two things;

1. A National Monetary system for the Nation, specifically, an online crypto- currency economic vault and storage system, and;

2. The “Aloha Coin”, as the Nation of Hawai’i’s, National Currency.
Description. A system comprising: a memory; and a processor communicatively coupled to the memory, the memory including executable instructions that upon execution cause the system to: receive an electronic request to store a private key associated with a crypto-currency; Policy. The Minister of Treasury will, formulate and recommend economic, financial, tax, and fiscal policies; enforcing those policies; and manufacturing coins, currency and/ or crypto-currency.

Summary. The Nations National monetary system, will be able to handle a large number of financial transactions on a daily basis. As technology advances, financial transactions involving crypto-currency have become more common.

Today, We consider this 21st century monetary system, to be a powerful online economic vault and storage vehicle for the Nation as well as all small developing countries in the World.

Pu’uhonua K. B. Kanahele

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