Oklahoma is about to get a much-needed influx of money in the form of the BCTT token.
The cryptocurrency has been in the news recently for several reasons, including its meteoric rise in price, and its recent adoption by cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase.
Now, the BTTC token, which is backed by the state of Oklahoma, is expected to go live sometime this week.
The BCTS token is a virtual asset that can be bought and sold on the BNT exchange.
It is currently listed at $1.02, but its price has been steadily increasing in recent weeks, reaching its current $1,051.17 on Wednesday, a move that could put it on the short side of the $1 trillion price target that the cryptocurrency has set.
At present, it is difficult to buy BCT, which can be used to buy other cryptocurrencies and also has the potential to be used as an alternative to traditional currencies, which are subject to the same volatility.
The BCT tokens are designed to be distributed among developers and businesses to support their development efforts, with the aim of encouraging more decentralization in cryptocurrency.
The company is also trying to get its token onto the Ethereum blockchain, the open source project that has been developing the platform.
The Oklahoma BCTCs price is expected go up from the current $0.25 per BCT to $0,50 by the end of the week.
The exchange is not expecting any significant volatility as of yet, though, with its market cap of more than $200 million currently at just over $6 million.
If you want to learn more about the OKC project, check out our complete coverage here.