With the popularity of Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) on the rise, a new project by the name of “ExoticCoin” (ETC) has emerged as a token intended to help the underprivileged with legal expenses.

Joe Exotic, a well-known figure in the world of internet marketing, has launched the first Ethereum-based token, to help fund his legal defense in his ongoing lawsuit against The Tiger King, LLC.

Notorious ‘Tiger King’ Joe Exotic Launches ETH-Based Token to Help Legal Fund – Bitcoin News The infamous Joseph Maldonado, aka Joe Exotic, from the documentary Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, has launched its own Ethereum-based token. According to tiger-king.org, the project will also use non-playable tokens (NFT), and proceeds from NFT sales will help Joe Exotic’s legal defense and fund tiger rescues.

Tiger King Joe Exotic launches ERC20token

The King of Tigers employee has announced the launch of a new crypto asset called TKING, according to the reality star’s official Twitter account. Bitcoin.com News reported on the popular Focus series last year when it was announced that Joe Exotic’s colleague Carol Baskin was taking bitcoin donations for Big Cat Rescue. Today Exotic is back, according to tiger-king.org, and whoever designed the corresponding ERC20 chip has minted a trillion TKING chips. Joe Exotica’s legend has been launched on the Ethereum blockchain! The man the world came to know as the Tiger King thanks to the hit Netflix documentary is back, this time in the form of digital currency, the website reports. The developers are very happy to present Joe’s official crypto-currency to the global audience, endorsed by the man himself. Of the trillions of tokens, the developers claim to have burned 35% of the token inventory. The development team also points out that TKING tokens are deflationary by design, as each transaction burns 2%. The website says: Joe will always be the Tiger King, but his illustrious career has cost him a huge legal bill for fighting a corrupt legal system. Now he has to pay for cancer treatment as well.

Tiger King got a percentage introduction of stealth tokens, Exotic Nemesis Carol Baskin introduced CAT tokens as the first

According to the announcement, Joe owns a stake in the TKING chips and got them in a hidden coin flip. The site insists that every purchase adds value to the bag. Joseph Maldonado, aka Joe Exotic, from the documentary Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, launched the ERC20 token. Exotic was born on the 22nd. January 2019: Sentenced to 22 years in prison. Notorious ‘Tiger King’ Joe Exotic Launches ETH-Based Token to Help Legal Fund – Bitcoin News Interestingly, Exotica CEO Carol Baskin was the first to introduce the cryptocurrency, announcing the project in the first week of May. Fox 13 News asked Baskin that, given her fame, maybe a major exchange could list her CAT chips. People in the industry have told me it could be because of name recognition, because people love cats so much, and because there’s so much hype around them, but that’s not the case right now, Baskin explained during the interview. Of course, tiger-king.org also mentions Exotic’s archenemy, Baskin. We will never let Carole win, the TKING team said. Find your inner tiger as Joe, $TKING and his team of lawyers play the comeback of the century. We’re going to land the first tiger on the moon to free Joe. Team Joe for the win! What do you think of Tiger King Joe Exotic’s new Ethereum-based crypto asset? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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