World: Magacoin: A mysterious Cryptomonnaie Drague Pro-Trump

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S Es Promoters consider it as "the digital currency of the Make America Great Again Community (Maga)". As The Guardian reveals, more than 1,000 people, including political figures from Republicans or conservative media, have subscribed to the pro-Trump cryptomonnae of the name of Magacoin. Their identities have been disclosed because of low security of the website, which has exposed e-mail addresses, passwords, crypto portfolio addresses, and user IP addresses.

Magacoin was created in response to Donald Trump's defeat in November 2020 elections, and the total amount of the pieces, 75 million, is a narm of the number of voters who voted for him. This cryptomonnaie has been designed to support candidates related to the slogan make American Great Again and help finance their future campaigns and elections, explains the British daily.

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The vast majority of registrants have only 100 magacies, the amount offered for free to the first users. However, some people have many more and especially people working in the media, likely to promote money from the general public. This is particularly the case for the Curator Radio KXL journalist of Denver, John Rush, who has an account of 1,500 magacies, just like Evan Underwood, the President of the Colorado Republicans Federation.

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Another cryptomonnah already created by the followers of Donald Trump

Magacoin is not yet a digital currency listed on the main cryptomonator tracking platforms. The Guardian points out that this is not the first cryptomonnae bearing support from Donald Trump. Indeed, Trumpcoin has more than 6 million pieces outstanding and has a market capitalization of $ 383,500.

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on its side, the former US president has not officially expressed his support for Trumpcoin or Magacoin. He never sought to support cryptomonnies as a general rule and even recently stated that the bitcoin "looked like a scam".

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