To use AMERO, you must first get AMEROs. Here are the ways you can acquire AMEROs:

  1. If you agree to accept AMERO for sales of your company’s goods and services, you will be allocated bonus AMEROs based on your level of acceptance.
  2. Be a government agency, non-profit organization, or individual/organization engaged in Research & Development and apply for a grant.
  3. Sell your products or services for AMERO within the AMERO Business Network. Qualified transactions in AMERO will be rewarded with matching bonus AMERO for the first 3 months after launch.
  4. Purchase AMERO with a major national currency. AMERO can’t be purchased in countries or by citizens of countries that have banned digital currencies.  This capability will be available later in 2018.

Now that you have AMERO – how do you use it?

When the AMERO launches on June 4, 2018 you will be able to shop for goods and services from AMERO vendors through public directories at, and other web sites. To see a list of current vendors who accept AMERO, please visit
Once you have identified a vendor you can submit a purchase request or request for information.  The vendor will then respond with more information or an invoice. Once you receive an invoice you will be able to pay some or all of it using the AMERO in your account.
An app for Android smartphones is being developed to make it easy to transfer AMERO. Later in the year you will be able to shop with AMERO for a wide range of goods and services through a sophisticated, yet simple e-commerce system.

Procurement News

AMERO Digital Currency Now Live
June 18, 2018
Early in the morning on June 18th, AMERO digital currency was quietly added to over 400 participating vendor accounts.
AMERO Vendor Directory Now Online
May 18, 2018
A live directory of companies accepting AMERO digital currency—the people’s cryptocurrency, is now online at
AMERO Web Site Launched
April 11, 2018
The official web site for the AMERO digital currency has been launched.
This is an article on the Guy behind the Amero who wrote the original article in Trillions ( one of his Publications )
Which was the original article that started my curiosity off on this . My View is that it is not better han Tether and potentially substantially worse.

Entrepreneur launches free bid leads Web sites

Tim Loncarich

Tim Loncarich
Phil Castle, The Business Times
Tim Loncarich has been involved in the procurement process from both sides in searching for government and business contracts and compiling information about those contracts for others.
But the serial entrepreneur and former Grand Junction resident hopes to expand the process to a far larger scale in making bid leads available through national, state and industry specific Web sites — for free, no less.
Loncarich said he wants to not only help more businesses take advantage of potentially lucrative contracts to provide goods and services, but also bring additional transparency to the procurement process and at the same time curb corruption.