21/03/19 10:11 UTC-4

North Korean revolutionaries sell visas for Ethereum

North Korea: visa for Ethereum
North Korea: visa for Ethereum

The revolutionaries in North Korea who hope to overthrow Kim Jong-un and the entire government began to sell visas to the desired country in exchange for Ethereum. If they succeed, users who acquire these visas will be free to visit the country without any other powers.

The site for dissidents who call themselves Cheollima Civil Defense and their "Free Joseon" new nation says that only 200,000 documents will be released and will be stored in the Ethereum blockchainBlockchain
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as ERC-721 tokens.

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Purchases a visa

The first 1000 will be priced at 1 ETH each. The group claims that anyone who purchases a visa can trade it freely at its discretion, since it is in no way associated with the person’s personal data.

Anyone who holds one of these visas will be able to visit the country for 45 days without any other authority. Provided that the rebels did successfully overthrow the government. If they fail, these visas are useless.

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North Korean revolutionaries sell visas for Ethereum. If successful, these visas can have incredible value and will be considered as part of history in the future.

Editor: Pereyidenko Ihor

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