PotCoin is apparently in discussions with representatives of Dennis Rodman to support his trip to the US-North Korea summit in Singapore one week from now, the Washington Post reported June 7. PotCoin is a cryptocurrency made to encourage transactions in the legalized cannabis industry.
Rodman’s operator Chris Volo confirmed the previous ball star’s enthusiasm for making a trip to Singapore, saying he would give “moral support” to President Trump and Kim Jong Un.
The Canada-based cryptocurrency supported Rodman’s trip to North Korea last year when its price spiked after Rodman wore a shirt with their logo while in the country. Volo reportedly said that a few issues of the trip were all the while being worked out, while Shawn Perez, a PotCoin representative, declined to give any subtle elements. He just revealed to The Washington Post that Rodman “deserves the Nobel Peace Prize jointly with President Trump and the Marshal Kim Jong Un,” including:
“The PotCoin team as a community has been incredibly supportive of Rodman’s peace mission from the beginning. We’re thrilled to see how the political climate has improved between North Koreans and the US since he became involved.”
A State Department representative expressed doubts about Rodman’s potential presence at the summit; taking note of that Rodman isn’t a part of the official US appointment and including that “We have no comment on Dennis Rodman’s private travel. He’s not a representative of the US government.”
Rodman first headed out to North Korea in 2013 as a major aspect of a trip with individuals from the Harlem Globetrotters. He at that point returned two more times that year and set up relations with Kim, who is purportedly an excited enthusiast of the ’90s-period Chicago Bulls. Despite the fact that Rodman figured out how to build up a warm relationship with North Korea’s president, it’s uncertain whether Kim would give Rodman a chance to partake in the summit.
Celebrities have regularly filled in as representatives for different digital money projects. Steven Seagal, the actor was a brand ambassador for Bitcoiin2Gen, a cryptocurrency that asserted to be a “superior or more advanced version of Original Bitcoin.” Lionel Richie showed up in a TV ad from brokerage firm TD Ameritrade that publicized Bitcoin future, and boxing star Floyd Mayweather posted an Instagram post boasting about the “$hit t$n of cash” he would apparently make on an ICO by Stox.