There have been a ton of recent PinkCoin achievements and developments that hardly anyone seems to be willing to give them credit for. It’s a good thing we are around then, to sum it all up for your reading pleasure. Let’s take a look!
As you may, or may not know, it is possible to get domain extensions that are rather unusual, such as domainname.pink. The PinkCoin team has successfully managed to overtake the top level . pink domain name Crypto.pink.
But as there are other .pink domain names that could be of interest, those have been overtaken as well by the PinkCoin team. Lottery.pink, Wars.pink and Anon.pink are now all controlled by team PinkCoin. You never know what those domains could be used for, right?
You may have heard us talk about the Pink Entanglement Engine (check out this review here – thanks to @jyap). DId you know there is also a Pink Payment Engine, which allows you to pay with PinkCoin wherever Paypal payments are accepted? No ETA has been given on this project as of this writing, but I WANT IT NOW!!!!
For a full list of recent PinkCoin announcements and accomplishments, click here.
We will also see a new PinkCoin wallet interface concept in the near future, but when is not exactly known at this time. What we do have however, is a sneak peek video of the new wallet GUI , which you can check out here :
PinkCoin is currently in 6th position on the new CoinPayments Coin Poll Vote. Make sure to show your support for PC by voting. This poll ends on the 16th of July at 11:59:59 PM UTC. You can cast your vote by clicking here.
We will keep an eye out for any further details and announcements in regards to PinkCoin. I really hope to find out more about the Pink Payment Engine soon, as I really can’t stand to use Paypal, but some sites only accept that form of payment.
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