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Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah Co-Founded A Cryptocurrency Company And Plans To Raise $30 Million

Cryptocurrencies are so hot right now. Everybody is getting into the digital currency game, even Paris Hilton. The latest celebrity to get involved with cryptocurrency is Ghostface Killah. The rapper not only wants to get involved with virtual money but he wants to create his own cryptocurrency.  Ghostface’s slogan for his digital currency is “C.R.E.A.M.,” which stands for “Crypto Rules Everything Around Me.
Ghostface, one of the founding members of the Wu-Tang Clan, is the face of Cream Capital. The new hip-hop digital currency company will begin selling “Cream Dividend” tokens in November. Cream Capital has the ambitious hopes of raising $30 million during their initial coin offering (ICO). On Wednesday, Cream Capital stated that ICO participants would be protected by a digital coin standard to prevent investors from losing their money. The Crean coins will be available on debit cards that can be used in any vendor that accepts card payments. Mr. Killah’s company stated they already have active cryptocurrency ATMs in North Carolina and believes they can capture “more than half of the global cryptocurrency ATM market” by 2020.


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