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According to the site info, this coin’s goal is “to support President Trump and his powerful vision to Make America Great Again.
By supporting the TrumpCoin digital currency movement you are supporting the “Trump Patriots”. People like you who are determined and motivated to expose corruption and evil, uncover truths and lies and allow all people a chance to live in a free, peaceful and prosperous world.

TrumpCoin is a digital currency that is based on Bitcoin. It was created on February 20, 2016, in order to honor Donald J. Trump and to help him secure the Presidency of the United States.
TrumpCoin Ambassadors are urged to post weekly articles on their Facebook page to earn coins. In January, before the inauguration, TrumpCoin peaked at 51 cents, or $3.38 million, in value but now trades for 6 cents, or $427,000.”


PutinCoin was created in order “to express respect to the most influential person in the world – to Russian President Vladimir Putin and the entire Russian people.”
The developers believe that PutinCoin will support the fast-growing Russian economy, as it has “many opportunities for Russian business, traders, individuals and social projects”.

Although the site of the crypto currency says: “The existing infrastructure that integrates electronic wallets, block projects, gaming applications and payment solutions will make it possible to use the PutinCoin as a universal tool for performing financial transactions,” it is not entirely clear where and for what it is possible to pay this coin.


In 2013, a Shiba Inu meme with broken-English captions went viral. Dogecoin, originally issued as a joke currency, has been a coin-market star. Today it has a $280 million market cap, and it has already sponsored Nasdaq race cars and water wells in Africa, plus sent the Jamaican bobsled team to the Winter Olympics.


BitCoen is a cryptocurrency created by Russian entrepreneur Vyacheslav Semenchuk. The cryptocurrency is targeted towards the Jewish community, although it will be available to anyone regardless of their religion.
Semenchuk describes BitCoen as “the first Kosher cryptocurrency.” What does that mean? It means 10% of BitCoen’s earnings will be made available as interest-free loans for members of the Jewish community.

Useless Ethereum Token

According to, “The UET ICO transparently offers investors no value, so there will be no expectation of gains. No gains means few investors, few investors means few transactions, and few transactions means no Ethereum network lag – not to mention no depressing posts about people losing all their savings! However, his is a completely honest ICO, which means I don’t want anyone to mistakenly expect the value of the tokens to go up, either. They’re called Useless Ethereum Tokens for a reason.”

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