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WeownomyPay: Turning WEOWNS Into a Mass Currency of Kindness

Global has never been more in need of a currency that is for everyone. With WeownomyPay, there are no transaction fees and you can withdraw your money anywhere. The WEOWNS economy is coming to life and it’s time to start paying with compassion.



DELAWARE CITY, Del., Oct. 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — It’s hard to imagine what it would be like if you couldn’t buy anything with money. But this is the reality for 3 billion people around the world, many of whom live in developing countries. This isn’t just a problem of poverty and lack of access to banking services—this also impacts economies and society as a whole. The new digital payment system will be used to make social media transactions and remittance services free of charge for over 1 billion people worldwide. The founder of WeownomyPay Ssemakula Peter Luyima believes that digital currencies are not very useful unless they can connect with mainstream society in some way. The intention is to create a digital currency that connects the cryptocurrency world to what most societies use every day: money.

In today’s digital world, it is no surprise that people are shifting to cryptocurrency. In recent years, more and more companies have begun developing their own cryptocurrencies. But not all of these new currencies have been successful in the market due to a lack of usability. WEOWNS is aiming to change this by providing an alternative form of payment for social media platforms, remittance transactions and Debt Free Personal Economic Security Program with a unique payment method once it’s officially rolled out, with an estimated $5 billion in transactions anticipated by May 2022

The idea of paying for something and then getting paid back for it is what is unique about WeownomyPay. This revolutionary new payment system eliminates all fees associated with making payments through credit cards or wire transfers, giving people a convenient way to pay without incurring any extra costs.

The People Powered WEOWNS

In an era of globalization, with a steadily growing population and increasing cost of living around the world, the demand for a new payment system that benefits everyone is vital. With this in mind, WEOWNOMY came up with an innovative solution to meet these needs: WeownomyPay.

The design is geared towards: 1] providing debt-free personal economic security for everyone; 2] eliminating transaction fees; 3] rewarding remittance transactions with an extra amount of WEOWNS; 4] creating strategic partnerships that will help build key African Unity Initiatives powered by Pan African Peoples Alliance and Pan African Peoples Accord..

In the next 20 years, more than 50% of the global population will live in urban areas. A consequence of this is that people will be less connected to each other and it will become increasingly difficult for people to find empathy and compassion in a world where they are surrounded by strangers.

WeownomyPay’s vision is for WEOWNS, the currency of kindness, to complement fiat currencies, not compete with them; a key strategy is to build personal sustainable economic lives using Weownomy social media platform to enable millions of users and WeownomyChat in order for the network to reach significant scale and large volume of transactions made in WEOWNS.

One Way to Keep the Wealth in Your Own Country

Many developing countries have currencies that are volatile and subject to being devalued. WeownomyPay is a project aiming to solve this problem by providing access to the national currency of the country in which they reside, no matter where they are. WEOWNS will be fully backed by remittance transactions or Weownomy social media user paid online activities for using the platform denominated in WEOWNS to be represented in any fiat currencies.

The United States has a $19 trillion dollar debt. But what if there was a way to keep the wealth in your own country? What if people and businesses in regions whose local currencies have WEOWNS users on the WeownomyPay network could directly access their national currency without any bank intermediaries or exchange rates, but with full confidence that each WEOWNS will be fully backed by the people using WeownomyPay network, which will consist of remittance transactions or Weownomy social media users. It has an ambitious goal to be one of the leading digital currencies in usage, transaction volume and value worldwide.

WEOWNOMYPAY is a unique idea to help build an economy with your country’s own currency. It will allow people and businesses in the regions whose local currencies have WEOWNS users on the WeownomyPay network to directly access their national currency. “WEOWNOMYPAY allows for everyone, no matter where they are, to keep wealth within their own country without having to use any other form of money.” Ssemakula Luyima Peter

WEOWNS Are Not Designed to Replace Local Currencies

The global currency WEOWNS are not designed to replace the local currencies in developing nations but could serve as a complementary to the more established financial services that make up 98% of the developing nations. This will target personal and corporate digital wallets that pay bills, goods and services, debt-free personal economic security program. WeownomyPay will hand out $170 Million in digital WEOWNS via Virtual Wedding Crypto Expo in October 2021 and expects a wide-scale test during WeownomyChat launch in November 2021.

The first user owned payment processor to work with WEOWNS currency trials that will allow users to link their accounts with WEOWNS digital currency. Weownomy will distribute several millions dollars’ worth of WEOWNS through WeownomyPay that is connected to an acquirer bank. These tests are intended to allow users to buy products from participating business entities and WeownomyChat marketplace.


The WeownomyPay inclusion shows that the new crypto currency has opened a payment link interface to the ecosystem of internet payment platforms, which could broaden the online application of WEOWNS digital currency in such scenarios as e-commerce, social networks and online-to-offline business. It will attract more merchants to open payment channels for the digital currency, helping leverage the digital WEOWNS role as people’s currency.

The new, blockchain-based digital currency WEOWNS is set to launch in October 2021 (to be announced), with over 100,000 co-owners to sign up for the tests. The system will be distributing 10 million digital WEOWNS “on WEOWNS Wedding day” which are worth $170 Million at current WEOWNS prices. But WEOWNS has one thing no other crypto currency does: it’s all about community ownership. It will not be long before there are more than one billion co-owners around the world who want in on this great opportunity.

Weownomy accelerates its efforts to widely distribute its digital people’s currency of kindness before the WeownomyChat launch; the initiative is a historic initiative to launch people’s monetary kindness system. Once the digital WEOWNS is in wide circulation, it will likely power the digital payment operations of social media, remittance transactions and Debt Free Personal Economic Security Program. The History of Kindness is about to Be Written.

Kindness is the currency of people’s power. It fuels all things that humans care about, whether it be financial or emotional prosperity, health and happiness, relationship bonds with others. Kindness is also the force behind every successful entrepreneurial endeavor. The advent of WeownomyChat will provide a platform for an exponential distribution of kindness in society because WEOWNS are the perfect digital representation of what humans care about most: their own success, health and well-being as well.


WEOWNS is a new currency that was created to address the shortcomings of Bitcoin. WEOWNS is designed to be used as an incentive for people who want to do good in their communities, not just mine bitcoins. WEOWNS incentivizes entrepreneurs and users to act with kindness towards one another by building trust through commitments made. This means that any user or entrepreneur who follows the precept should generally be expected to be more successful than otherwise, because they will have earned more WEOWNS.

About Weownomy Platform Corporation

Weownomy Platform Corporation, Incorporated in the State of Delaware https://www.weownomy.global is launching a subscription-based, open and participatory platform. A new redefined social network that facilitates people’s participation in the democratic process of defining their own rules for their future, generating an ownership structure where every person has rights to share in the proceeds generated by this new economy and hence true economic equality.


Ssemakula Peter Luyima


President and CEO

Weownomy Platform Corporation

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Commonwealth Forest Eco Park – welcome respite from city life

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 16 — A visit to the Commonwealth Forest Eco Park is like stepping into a deep jungle surrounded by natural wonders.

This hidden gem tucked away in Rawang, near here, is actually just about 30 kilometres from the capital city or less than an hour’s drive via several routes including the Kuala Lumpur-Kuala Selangor Highway or LATAR Expressway.

The lush forest setting filled with the sounds of birds chirping in the distance, which is part of the Kanching Forest Reserve, is certainly a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of city living.

According to Hulu Selangor District forest officer Zulkurnain Zakaria, this recreational area launched in 1993 which is able to accommodate up to 400 individuals at one time, has been a popular picnic spot and campsite for family outings.

“The area is family-friendly as the plunge pools at the foot of the waterfalls as well as the rivers are shallow (knee and ankle length) and due to the absence of strong currents, parents need not worry as these are safe play areas,” he told Bernama.

He said to enlighten visitors on the peculiarities of the forest, they would be exposed to over 10 plant species found in the 300-hectare park, which hopefully could instill a love for nature, especially among the young.

Zulkurnain said among them is the Hopea subalata Symington, locally known as Merawan Kanching which is categorised as an endangered specie and could only be found in Kanching Forest Reserve.

“We also plan to plant exotic and unusual fruit trees now rarely grown such as tampoi, macang, keladan and bangkong as conservation efforts to ensure that they do not go extinct so that the future generation could still enjoy them,” he said.

This recreational site is also equipped with facilities such as surau, toilets, hall and rest huts he said, adding that accommodation were also provided with chalet rental as low as RM50 and campsite rental at RM10 a day.

Zulkurnain also reminded that it is everyone’s responsibility to maintain the cleanliness of the natural surroundings and visitors must ensure that they do not litter, leave their garbage or damage the plants and to stay safe while carrying out their recreational activities.

He said to ensure public safety, trees are currently being pruned and maintenance work is in progress at the park which was temporarily closed to the public since May this year following the Movement Control Order and decision to ban recreational activities in public spaces and open recreation areas.

The park is expected to open to visitors again by the middle of next month but only those who have been fully vaccinated would be allowed with strict adherence to the standard operating procedures (SOP) set by the National Security Council.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency

Value children, says Annuar Musa

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 16 — Communications and Multimedia Minister Tan Sri Annuar Musa today called on the community to continue to value children as they are the heirs of the country, religion and race.

Annuar, through a tweet on his official Twitter today, said that children are the most beautiful and precious gift from Allah SWT.

“Happy National Children’s Day 2021,” he said.

He also upploaded a poster which reads “We are the ones who shape the lives of our children”.

National Children’s Day 2021 which is celebrated today is themed ‘Our Children Our Future’.

Meanwhile, Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Rina Mohd Harun, through a post on her official Facebook, in making the same call, said children are an important asset who will shape the future of the country.

“Recognising this fact, the Children’s Day theme, ‘Our Children Our Future’ brings huge hope to the agenda of empowering the Malaysian Family empowerment which also focuses on children’s development as the drivers of the country’s future,” she added.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency

Melaka River Cruise attracts 10,000 visitors within 14 days since opening of state’s tourism sector

MELAKA, Oct 16 — Some 10,000 visitors went on the Melaka River Cruise (MRC) within 14 days after Melaka opened its tourism sector following the state’s transition to Phase Three of the National Recovery Plan (PPN) since last Oct 1.

Perbadanan Pembangunan Sungai dan Pantai Melaka (PPSPM) chief executive officer Datuk Murad Husin said this showed a positive sign for the corporation to achieve the target of getting 200,000 visitors for this year.

“On Thursday (Oct 14) alone, we recorded a total of 1,400 visitors and the number is expected to increase over the weekend, especially with the cross-state travel now allowed,” he told Bernama when met at the MRC here last night.

Also present was PPSPM Business and Corporate Development director Salman Salim.

Murad said various plans would be implemented in stages to attract more tourists to MRC, including offer of pit stop package at 14 jetties under Phase One of Sungai Melaka project involving the route from Muara Sungai Melaka to Taman Rempah here which is expected to be launched on Oct 23.

“Through the package, visitors can take the MRC to their respective destinations at the 14 stations, like Kampung Morten, The Shore, Kampung Hulu and Kampung Jawa using a ‘one day access ticket’,” he said, adding that a total of 28 pit stops would be built along the Melaka River for the cruise.

He said the ticket price is RM25 for children, adults (RM40), senior citizens and students (RM30) while, for foreigners, it is RM50 and RM40 each for adults and children, respectively.

Besides the pit stop package, he said PPSPM would also introduce the “water taxi” at as a new product for the MRC and as a new medium of public transport.

It is to make it easier for consumers to move from one destination to another as well as reducing traffic congestion, especially during the school holiday season, he added.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency

67 PPR, PA projects in KL to be installed with new elevators – Ismail Sabri

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 16 — All 67 People’s Housing (PPR) and Public Housing (PA) projects in the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur are expected to be installed with new elevators in two years’ time, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

He said Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has allocated RM127 million for replacement of old lifts at the PPR and PA projects.

Ismail Sabri said work on the elevator replacement is expected to begin early next year after the contract procurement process is completed.

“In any PPR project, lifts are essential to allow residents to move about and the government views this problem (old and damaged lifts) seriously.

“I hope the procurement process can be expedited and the time taken (for lift replacement) could be one to two years, depending on the contract and the number of blocks at each PPR,” he told a press conference after visiting Seri Perak PA here, today.

Also present was Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim.

Ismail Sabri said of the total allocation, RM8.4 million would be channeled to the Seri Perak PA which has been in existence for 35 years, for the replacement of 14 lift units at seven blocks.

In addition, he said DBKL has also allocated RM1.8 million for electrical wiring at the housing project.

The Prime Minister said under the Strategic Programme to Empower the People and Economy (PEMERKASA), the government had allocated RM15 million for the upgrade and maintenance of facilities such as drains, sidewalks, children’s playgrounds and futsal courts at all PPRs and PAs in Kuala Lumpur.

On the issue of insufficient parking spaces in PPR and PA areas, Ismail Sabri said the government was looking into several ways to solve the problem and among the solutions proposed was to build a multi-storey car park.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency

Govt leaving to authorities to take action over Pandora Papers leak – Ismail Sabri

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 16 — The government is leaving to the authorities to take action against any party involved in the Pandora Papers leak.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob gave the assurance that the government would not stop the authorities from taking any action if they had strong evidence.

“In the country, we are open, if it is found that there is a case against anybody, the authorities can take action, we are open and leaving it to the authorities (to investigate).

“The authorities, the Malaysian Anti -Corruption Commission (MACC) read all the reports, news. It is up to them, we will not stop them (from investigating),” he told a press conference after visiting the Seri Perak Public Housing here today.

Last Monday, the Dewan Rakyat maintained its decision to disallow a motion to debate the leaked Pandora Papers claimed to contain confidential financial files of several prominent figures in the country.

The motion was brought by Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency

P-hailing riders in Melaka often caught beating red light – RTD

MELAKA, Oct 16 — Riders providing food delivery service (P-hailing) in the state often violate traffic rules by beating the red light, said Melaka Road Transport Department (RTD) director Mohamad Firdaus Shariff.

He said since the operation dubbed Op Merah was launched on Oct 8, a total of 112 notices were issued, of which 183 were related to the offence.

A total of 549 motorcycles were inspected during the operation and other common offences were not wearing a safety helmet and riding against traffic direction.

“We hope these delivery riders would abide by the set rules so that they do not put themselves and other road users at risk.

“The advocacy programme held in conjunction with Op Merah with the cooperation of the Operation and Road Safety Units is to create awareness on road safety and traffic etiquette among P-hailing riders,” he told reporters when met at Melaka Sentral BusTerminal here late last night.

Meanwhile, Mohamad Firdaus said since the interstate travel ban was lifted on Oct 11 until yesterday, 152 express buses and 1,800 passengers were inspected across peninsular Malaysia.

“Apart from checking on the bus condition, the drivers’ licence and log books to ensure that the operators provide a second driver for journeys that exceed 300 kilometres or four hours, inspections were also made to ensure that the MySejahtera QR Code and hand sanitisers were provided and that only fully vaccinated individuals were allowed on the bus,” he said.

He added that during the operation, three compounds amounting to RM4,500, were issued by Health Ministry (MOH) enforcement personnel for failing to scan the MySejahtera application when entering the bus terminal.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency