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Pacquiao launches own “Pac” tokens

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Sep. 04, 19 | 1:04 pm

Photo: Manny Pacquiao Instagram account

Philippine boxing champion and Senator Manny Pacquiao is the latest to enter the cryptocurrency industry.

On Sunday during a free concert in Manila, Pacquiao introduced his own “Pac” tokens, which will allow his fans to buy his merchandise and interact with him via social media.

The token will be listed on Singapore’s Global Crypto Offering Exchange (GCOX). Pacquiao and ex-Liverpool and England soccer star Michael Owen will be listed as private investors, along with Sheikh Khaled bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, a member of Abu-Dhabi’s ruling family.

His Pac token is the world’s first celebrity cryptocurrency.

Others who are planning to launch their own crypto tokens with GCOX are singer Jason Derulo and tennis ace Caroline Wozniacki.

In a report from Reuters, GCOX Founder and CEO Jeffrey Lin said they intend to build an ecosystem and not only to raise a lot of money.

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UAE mourns 97 victims of Pakistani plane crash

UAE mourns 97 victims of Pakistani plane crash

The UAE extended its sincere condolences to the government and people of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan for the victims of the plane crash in the Pakistani city of Karachi with reports that 97 individuals have died and have left many others injured. President His...

UAE announces 697 new recoveries, total now at 14,495

UAE announces 697 new recoveries, total now at 14,495

The UAE’s Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOHAP) has announced 697 new recoveries from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country, bringing the total number of fully-healed patients in the country to 14,495. The total number of recovered cases of Coronavirus...

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PH to increase entry quota to 1,000 per day for OFWs flying back home

PH to increase entry quota to 1,000 per day for OFWs flying back home

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