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1  Local / Altcoins (Pilipinas) / Manny Pacquiao PAC Token Launches IEO on: November 14, 2019, 03:59:04 AM
November 12, 2019 – Philippine Senator and boxing champion Manny Pacquiao’s PAC TOKEN will be launched on Singapore-based GCOX exchange via an initial exchange offering today, November 12, 2019.


PAC Token or PAC COIN, which was launched after a major concert last September can be exchanged for the senator’s merchandise and items for sale online. It can also be used to reach out to the boxing champion himself. Simply exchange the token for an interaction with Mr. Pacquiao. PAC COIN is also a tradeable cryptocurrency that can be exchanged with other tokens like Bitcoin.

These “celebrity tokens” are available on GCOX, the crypto exchange and company that conceptualizes the “tokenization of a celebrity’s popularity and influence”. According to Jeffrey Lin, CEO of GCOX, the exchange aims to support celebrities at different stages of their careers, allowing them to leverage GCOX’s proprietary “Acclaim” blockchain to “immortalize their popularity, whichever stage of their celebrity life cycle they are at.” GCOX aims for celebrities to build a brand image, increase their global visibility, develop partnerships with global brands, and engage fans regularly through the platform.

https://bitpinas.com/news/manny-pacquiao-pac-token-launches-ieo/

Anong masasabi niyo sa development na ginagawa ng team PAC? Cheesy
2  Local / Pilipinas / Blow your mind on: November 06, 2019, 12:10:22 PM
Ang BTCitcoin ay nakakapag accumulate ng $5,000,000,000 worth in value transactions per day.

No government, bank or third party ang kinakailangan para mag verfiy pa ng mga nagawang transaction, nor could they have stopped any of them if they wanted to.

https://twitter.com/BlazzordDGB/status/1191764676033552386
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Why are private keys safe? on: March 24, 2014, 02:03:19 PM
I'm trying to understand why cryptocurrency private keys are safe. Maybe it's a n00b question, but here I go.

I understand that if you know someone's private key, this is means you can transfer the coins. I tried this with my CGA wallet, I used dumpprivkey to get my private key, deleted my wallet file, restarted the client, and all I needed to to to get my balance back was entering "importprivkey <privatekey>". You don't need anything else than the private key.

What if someone ran a powerful computer which runs a program that does nothing else than:

1) generate random key
2) importprivkey <randomlygeneratedkey>
3) return to 1

Wouldn't that mean that this program could randomly pick up users balances, like some lottery?
4  Economy / Service Discussion / 26/2 Update: Another message at the mtgox.com start page on: February 25, 2014, 03:25:34 PM
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Dear MtGox Customers,

In the event of recent news reports and the potential repercussions on MtGox's operations and the market, a decision was taken to close all transactions for the time being in order to protect the site and our users. We will be closely monitoring the situation and will react accordingly.

Best regards,
MtGox Team

It's not much, I know. But it's something...

26/2 update

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February 26th 2014

Dear MtGox Customers,

As there is a lot of speculation regarding MtGox and its future, I would like to use this opportunity to reassure everyone that I am still in Japan, and working very hard with the support of different parties to find a solution to our recent issues.

Furthermore I would like to kindly ask that people refrain from asking questions to our staff: they have been instructed not to give any response or information. Please visit this page for further announcements and updates.

Sincerely,
Mark Karpeles

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