Dennis Rodman’s Peace Mission to North Korea is Sponsored by PotCoin

Photo: Former NBA basketball player Dennis Rodman arrives at Beijing Capital International Airport as he leaves for North Korea’s Pyongyang, in Beijing, China, June 13, 2017. (REUTERS)

NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman went back to North Korea this week, thanks to the community-based cryptocurrency for legalized marijuana – PotCoin.

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Rodman made his first visit to North Korea in February 2013. Since then, he has visited the country four times and is known to be a trusted confidant of the Supreme Leader, Kim Jong Un.

The people behind this endeavor explain that Dennis Rodman is in the very rare position of being able to claim longtime friendships with both the Supreme Leader of North Korea and the current President of the United States, Donald Trump. Rodman was a cast member on two seasons of Trump’s television program, Celebrity Apprentice.

“I’m really looking forward to spending time with the wonderful people of North Korea and of course, visiting with the Supreme Leader, Kim Jong Un. I want to thank the folks at PotCoin,” Rodman said, “They realized the importance of this trip and made it all possible for me.”

Rodman’s longtime agent Darren Prince said: “Anyone who knows Dennis knows he’s trying to use his relationship to open the line of communication and send a message of peace and understanding”.

In North Korea Rodman presented a copy of Trump’s book ‘Art of the Deal’ to Kim Jong Un.

PotCoin was designed to empower, secure and facilitate the legal cannabis community’s transactions. PotCoin removes the need for cash transactions as an alternative payment network for cannabis users, merchants and professionals.

Back in May the developers of the blockchain wallet Jaxx, Decentral, revealed that Jaxx’s future token addition roadmap includes PotCoin.

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