CRYPTO CORNER EPISODE 119

In this episode of the Crypto Corner Broadcast I walk you through the markets today, we look at a passive income opportunity (crypto and forex) and I give you my opinion on the MNE token (Minereum) Airdrop.

32 000 Minereum tokens were airdropped to more than 60 000 ETH wallets but they cannot be accessed straight away. They have to be mined. Minereum claims to be the “First self-mining smart contract” and as such, it requires you to mine the tokens that you supposedly received as an airdrop. To do that, you are forced to pay a fee and “upgrade” your wallet address (0.15 and 0.45 ETH for level 1 and 2). If that doesn’t put you off, how about the fact that it will take you between 22-40 years to mine the tokens you were supposedly “airdropped”…? Watch my break down on this and find out more:


References:

📄https://www.minereum.com/

📄https://www.minereum.com/howto#setforsale


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The information contained in this article is for informational purposes only. Nothing herein shall be construed to be financial or legal advice. The content of this video reflect solely my own opinions. Purchasing cryptocurrencies poses considerable risk of losses.

All information is meant for public awareness and contains what is already in the public domain. Please take this information and do your own research.

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