AST Monero coins?

We at AST (Amalgamated Seamless Travel) Monero have a dedicated team working in one of the most booming industries in the world. We are one of the very few coins in the market that provide you the ease to access a crypto currency as FIAT (or conventional currency) anywhere in the world. This is all managed through the powerful block chain that AST Monero offers to its customers making every transaction that goes through our system transparent and fast.


We started with a simple goal in mind. This was to help and integrate the whole travel industry. With the implementation of a cryptocurrency that will be accepted all around the world. This will end the use of FIAT currency or conventional currency for all your travel expenses. Giving your travel the ease with all your transactions recorded on the futuristic blockchain technology.


AST Monero is one of the coins in the industry that has used the Proof of work principle making the coin the most adaptable for use in the travel sector. Also, it can be mined globally by miners.

The blockchain is an ever evolving public ledger called as blocks, these blocks are interconnected and secured by  encrypted data.  Each block comprises of an algorithm as a link to a previous block and transaction data. Our blockchain is resistant to any modification of the data hence making it one of the strongest amongst its peers.

Astmoreno coin would be the most stable digital asset. This is because of the unique features that have been incorporated like travel cash, cab bookings, integrated travel packages, global acceptance, evolving hash algorithm and a strong blockchain. Apart from all this the Astmoreno coin has the technology that will not let the price of the coin drop even cause of market fluctuation, In turn bringing stability to the markets.


  • Travel cash
  • Hotel and flight bookings
  • Cab and taxi services
  • Rewards Points
  • Integrated travel packages
  • Global acceptance


2016 Q3

- Conceptualization.
- Acquiring a Software team.
- Assemble a Professional Team.

2016 Q4

- Ideate the wallet
- Research and development Phase

2017 Q1

- Blockchain development
- Legal Mitigations

2017 Q3

- Events & Seminars
- Whitepaper completion
- Investor meet

2017 Q4

- Launch Initial Coin Offering
- Testing of Astmonero Wallet and coin
- Global events for Crypto Enthusiasts

2018 Q1

- Distribution of coins
- Listing on multiple Exchanges
- Promotion

2018 Q2

- Occupying Majority Markets
- Collaborating for expansion of Astmonero coin

2018 Q4

- Global reach and Expansion
- Evolving blockchain to handle greater responsibility


Ridwan Abdullah

Business Development

Ridwan spent 7 years in AEON Group Malaysia in the retail and financial services industry. He is the former Head of Special Projects at AEON Credit Service (Malaysia) Bhd. Prior to AEON Credit, Ridwan was in the retail sector for AEON Co. (M) Bhd., where he worked in supply chain management and set up the project team for AEON's first retail store expansion into Indonesia.

Joshua Ambrose


Joshua has 20 years of operational experience. He was one of the pioneers that started up AirAsia BIG’s loyalty programme and prepaid cards, and was part of the team that setup the operations for AirAsia BIG in Malaysia and later expanded the business to Indonesia and Thailand. He was also Head of Operations at Rocket Internet, where he revamped operations for Zalora and Food Panda Malaysia, increasing productivity while implementing cost saving measures.

Ita Jalaluddin

Branding and Communications

Ita specialises in delivering effective communication strategies across all consumer touch points, creating consistent product and brand experiences. As Digital Director at TBWA and Head of Communications at GDP Architects her work spanned across a wide range of retail, consumer and tech industries. Ita has a BA in International Relations from Boston University and holds and MA in Design History from the Royal College of Art.

Isabel Taye


Isabel specialises in content creation and media production. Her work spans across radio, events, online and tv commercials with clients such as Procter & Gamble, Ikea, Bursa Malaysia and Sime Darby. She was Producer and Host of the breakfast show at Capital FM, a radio station in Malaysia, where her work doubled the show's listenership. Isabel also has experience with consumer and market insight as a media researcher at Digital Cinema Media London.

Evelyn Chew


Evelyn was regional finance analyst for one of Halliburton's product services lines in the Asia Pacific region. Prior to this, she worked as an accounting analyst for IBM and Kimberly-Clark finance shared services centers. Evelyn has worked on various process improvement projects, resulting in hours saved as well as simplified and smoother processes. Evelyn has a Bachelor's of Business from University of Sydney, majoring in Accounting and Finance.

Wulf kaal

Customer Service & Operations

Wulf kaal understands Customer Service and Operations across the Business Process Outsourcing, Logistics, and Tech industries in Malaysia. His previous experience includes serving as a Quality Assurance Specialist for VADS Berhad, one of Malaysia's leading IT management service providers, and as a Service Center Manager for ABNXcess, a local cable TV and ISP company.




An AST Monero (Amalgamated Seamless Travel) coin is a form of digital currency that is created and held electronically. No one controls ASTMONERO coins as they aren’t printed like conventional currencies. AST Monero is a crypto currency that is created by the people on a revolutionary technology called the block chain which is like a digital ledger to keep track of the transactions made with the digital asset(s).

AST Monero’s most important characteristic that makes it different from any conventional currency is that, it is decentralized. No single institution or federal body controls the AST Monero network. This means that your AST Monero account cannot be frozen or shut down by anyone giving you the access to your money anytime you require it. There is a limited amount of AST Monero coins that will be minted and no authority can make more ASTMonero coins.
Now that we have a certain idea of what AST Monero coins are but the next question that arises is how do we acquire it.

Presently there are only two ways to buy an ASTMonero coin. One is directly from the ASTMonero coin website by contacting us and we will help you with the procedure to be followed. The second way to buy an ASTMonero coin is through the Initial coin offering for ASTMONERO. This ICO can be followed and coins cab be purchased through 'We Launch ICO'. All the links are provided below for your consideration. The ASTMONERO coin can be bought in USD through the 'We Launch ICO' initiative.
In conventional currency systems, the Government mints more money when needed. AST Monero coins however aren’t printed but created like all crypto currencies. Computers all over the world ‘mine’ coins by competing with each other.

People send AST Monero coins to each other over the ASTMonero blockchain all the time, but unless someone keeps a record of all these transactions, no-one would be able to keep track of who had paid what. The blockchain deals with this issue by collecting all of the transactions made during a set period into a list, called a block. It’s the miners job to confirm those transactions, and write them into a general ledger. The blockchain can be used to locate any transaction between any AST Monero accounts. Whenever a new block of transactions is created, it is added to the blockchain, creating an increasingly lengthy list of all the transactions.

How can we be sure that the blockchain is updated fairly and cannot be tampered with? This is where the miners come in the picture.

When a block is created, miners put it through a process. They take the information in the block, and apply a mathematical formula to it, turning it into something else. That is a hash algorithm which is far shorter. This hash is stored along with the block at the end of the blockchain. Miners don’t just use the transactions in a block to generate a hash, some other pieces of data are used too. One of these pieces of data is the hash of the last block stored in the blockchain.

Because each block’s hash is produced using the hash of the block before it, it becomes a digital version of a wax seal. It confirms that this block – and every block after it – is legitimate, because if you tampered with it, everyone would know.

If you tried to fake a transaction by changing a block that had already been stored in the blockchain, that block’s hash would change. If someone tries to tamper with the block it would be instantly spotted as fake.

Miners do not meddle with the data in a block, but they must change the data they’re using to create a different hash algorithm. They do this using another, random piece of data called a ‘nonce’. This is used with the transaction data to create a hash. If the hash doesn’t fit the required format, the nonce is changed, and the whole thing is hashed again. It can take many attempts to find a nonce that works, and all the miners in the network are trying to do it at the same time. That’s how miners earn their AST Monero coins.
AST Monero coin transactions are sent from and to the AST Monero multi wallet, and has a digital signature for security. Everyone on the blockchain knows about a transaction, and the history of a transaction can be tracked back to the point where the AST Monero coin was produced.

Holding onto an AST Monero coin is great if you want to own a digital asset. The good thing about AST Monero coin is that they do not have physical existence but virtual. When we talk about someone owning AST Monero coins, but when you look at an AST Monero coin account, there are no digital AST Monero coins held in it. You cannot point to a physical object, or even a digital file, and say “this is an AST Monero coin".

There are only records of transactions between different accounts, with balances that increase and decrease. Every transaction is stored in a vast public ledger called the block chain. If you want to work out the balance of any AST Monero account, the information must be reconstructed by looking at the blockchain.