Joe Exotic Launches ‘TKING’ token to help with legal fund
Joseph Maldonado, “Joe Exotic,” from the docuseries was known for Murder, Mayhem and Madness. He has launched his Ethereum-based token. As per the website tiger-king.org, the venture will also feature non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Proceeds from NFT sales will go on the way to helping Joe Exotic’s tiger rescue funding and legal defense team.
‘Tiger King’ Joe Exotic Introduces an ERC20 Token-
The star of the docuseries “Tiger King” has declared the launch of a new crypto asset named “TKING”. Bitcoin.com News described on the prevalent docuseries last year when it was discovered that Tiger King lead Carole Baskin recognized bitcoin donations for Big Cat Rescue. Now Joe Exotic “is back,” referring to the website tiger-king.org.
Out of the trillion tokens, creators claim to have burnt 35% of the token source. The growth team also details that TKING tokens are “deflationary” by the project as there’s a “2% burn rate on every transaction.” The website specifies that:
Joe will constantly be the Tiger King, but his colorful career has made him with a hefty legal bill in a bid to fight a fraudulent legal system. Now he also faces the cost of cancer treatment.
As per the announcement, Joe holds a percentage of TKING tokens and established them through the “stealth launch of the coin.” The website claims that “each buy will increase the value of his bag.”
Joe Exotic was penalized for 22 years in prison on January 22, 2019. Excitingly, Exotic’s star Carole Baskin launched a cryptocurrency first and publicized the project in the first week of May. Fox 13 News inquired of Baskin that as she is so well known that possibly a “major exchange” might list her CAT token. Of course, the website tiger-king.org also mentions Exotic’s arch-nemesis Baskin.
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