The world of cryptocurrencies is growing at a surprisingly fast pace. Nothing strange - it is an area of the economy that does not tolerate stagnation. In the pursuit of ever newer solutions, however, it is time for a slightly more personalized version of the cryptic world. Star of women's tennis, world-famous singer or one of the largest companies in the world - now everyone can have their own personal token.
"Famous" personal tokens
One of the best tennis players in the world, Caroline Wozniacki, decides to enter the cryptocurrency scene. And I must admit that it does it in a big way. By signing a contract with Global Crypto Offering Exchange (GCOX) the star of the women's court creates a personal token in the world of virtual currencies.
"Being the first woman in the world of sports that has its own personal token is really an amazing thing. I can not wait to start developing with him before other people start to choose him"- says excited Dunce for Reuters.
GCOX declares that tokens will give buyers the option purchase of exclusive goodsand even interact with your favorite celebrities (in this case with Caroline). The celebrities themselves, however, will receive proceeds from the sale of their own kryptowaluty.
However, in order to buy a personal token of well-known personalities, potential buyers must first acquire their own GCOX tokens (ACM), the sale of which has just begun. General Director of GCOX, Jeffrey Lin admittedly, he refused to unambiguously answer the question of how many ACM tokens have already been sold. However, he said that "theoretically, we try to collect 300-600 millions of dollars".
It should also be mentioned that the tennis player Caroline Wozniacki is not the only famous character who decided to sign a contract with GCOX. Another American is the vocalist Jason Derulowho signed the contract at the beginning of this year. In addition, GCOX mentions such names as its private investors Manny Pacquiao- former WBC world champion, or Michael Owen, the star of English football.