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Pacquiao to graduate from University of Makati in December

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Police arrest man for using Dubai expat’s ID to get money

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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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Two beggars get jail term

Two beggars get jail term

Two female beggars were taken into custody after they were found begging from worshippers while they come out from the mosque in an area crowded with people as well as the markets. According to a tweet by the Dubai Public Prosecution yesterday, they referred the two...

Woman spends night in jail after attacking promodizer

Woman spends night in jail after attacking promodizer

A woman ended up spending her night in jail in Mabolo, Cebu after berating and assaulting a promodizer on Saturday, December 7, 2019. Local police identified the attacker as Medelina Yamazaki, a native of Negros Occidental. The incident was caught on cam and has gone...

Pacquiao to graduate from University of Makati in December

Pacquiao to graduate from University of Makati in December

Senator Manny Pacquiao will be graduating from college at the University of Makati on December 11. Inquirer.net reported that Pacquiao finished his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Major in Local Government Administration. The boxing legend and senator shared on...

Police arrest man for using Dubai expat’s ID to get money

Police arrest man for using Dubai expat’s ID to get money

A 34-year-old man was convicted to three months in jail by the Dubai Court of First Instance after he was found using another man’s Emirates ID at a money exchange in Naif to get cash. The Nigerian man, on a visit visa came at the money exchange center around 1:45 pm...

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