The only way to get a Safecoin mark in the US would be for us to have the US intellectual property office remove Jeffrey Galloway’s (the current US trademark registrant) application, or for the current registrant, Jeffrey Galloway to agree to sell it. There is not such a thing as a world-wide trade mark, but instead there is a trademark that you have successfully registered in each and every country.
Under US rules (each jurisdiction can have quite different approaches), an applicant must initially file a mark and then prove it is currently being used in commerce. The idea behind this rule is that it prevents trademark squatting. The current registrant has been able to convince the examiner that it has/is being used in commerce and in order for us to change the examiners view we would need to demonstrate that this proof of commerce was obtained fraudulently.
I can’t really get into much more detail at this stage as it is an ongoing case, but it is certainly not straight forward, given the differing laws and costs involved. I hope this helps answer your questions.