MazaCoin (Maza, MZC) is a cryptocurrency launched in 2014.
Some Native Americans adopted the use of MazaCoin to battle the US Government.
In October 2017, a Mashable article on the Oglala Lakota included a video about Harris's efforts to get MazaCoin accepted.
- Indigenous cryptocurrency: Affective capitalism and rhetorics of sovereignty in First Monday (3 October 2016, Volume 21, Number 10) by Cindy Tekobbe and John Carter McKnight
- Decolonization in a Digital Age: Cryptocurrencies and Indigenous Self-Determination in Canada in Canadian Journal of Law and Society (1 April 2017, Volume 32, Issue 1, pp. 19-35) by Christopher Alcantara and Caroline Dick
- Jeffries, Adrianne (March 5, 2014). "Native American tribes adopt Bitcoin-like currency, prepare to battle US government". theverge.com.
- Petronzio, Matt. "Why Square commissioned this stunning short film about Native American youth". Mashable. Retrieved 2019-01-06.
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