Recently, a lot is said about banks entering the world of cryptocurrencies, first JP Morgan, then Japanese Mizhuo, and now the Swiss bank Dukascopy. The cryptocurrency called Dukascoin (DUK +) was launched on February 28 and is based on the ERC-20 standard.
The president of Dukascopy Andre Duk, boasts in an interview with Finance Magnates, that Dukascoin is the world’s first banking cryptocurrency running in the process of regulated ICO. However, the cryptocurrency distribution process is more like airdrop, and the Dukascoin functionality itself creates something like a loyalty token. You can get Dukascoin by opening an account at the bank or recommending an account to a friend, but in the future there will be a platform where you can buy or sell tokens at prices set by the market.