BitMint is a non-speculative centralized digital money anchored on an underlying commodity (e.g. US$, Gold), built on the premise that neither of the erosive ciphers that underlie Bitcoin and its imitators is sufficiently robust to support a prevailing universal digital form of money. BitMint, therefore, is not based on ECC, RSA, or any other "private key"-"public key" combination (all of them are proven breakable (*)), but rather on the enduring principle of equivocation.
Much like the Vernam cipher, invented in 1917, is withstanding all its cracking effort, so does BitMint -- rendering BitMint into the obvious choice for the universal digital money in the 21st century.
(*) BitMint is making use of asymmetric ciphers, but is not basing the currency on them.