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Get to Know the Pinkcoin Development Team

“Development Team Members are Highlighted in Today’s Edition of the Great Pink Buffalo!”

TRANZIUM – TECH CREW

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Devan Penner-Woelk

June 26, 1989

St. Catharines, ON, Canada

E-Mail: tycoonmaster@gmail.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/devanpw

Twitter: https://twitter.com/tranzium/

I was born and raised until three years old in Niagara Falls, before my parents moved to St. Catharines where they still reside today and my earliest childhood memories begin. I remember playing outside, although many years ago, with children from not only my own complex, but the other three complexes in the surrounding area. Good times. Bad times. Many enjoyable memories that are amazingly not pushed out by my years of computer knowledge. Five years old is where my life began; a hand-me-down computer and an internet CD.

My computer life started when I was given a 100Mhz computer from an uncle and a Free Web internet CD (it was a service that provided free internet for displaying advertisements across the top of your computer). These early days were filled with a lot of headaches (thanks Mom and Dad; we visited the computer repair shop every day for a week straight once) but the deep seeded roots that is my computer hardware experience had begun. Although I can’t perfectly lay out a timeline of what happened between school, friends, wanting to kill AOL, and computer troubles I had yet to face, but somewhere around the age of ten, I learned about a website called http://derelictstudios.net/ (amazingly it is still up but seems to be left on the curb) and stuck my foot into the world of 3D Studio Max.

Gaming was a bit more exciting back than, from a developer standpoint, as anyone with notepad and/or a hex editor could modify a game’s files to provide patches, add custom game-play, new graphics, characters, etc. Red Alert and Red Alert 2 were the main focus of the Derelict Studio forums and I was eventually a part of a team that had me designing and creating 3D models for buildings and vehicles (infantry was left to the older, more experienced modelers). Over time, I created and rendered wallpapers; little movies; building construction, operation, and destruction animations; messed around with this and that (for some reason four omnidirectional lights placed evenly in the four corners of the dimensional space created nice lighting). One day, with my own game’s concept in full swing and building animations being rendered to disk, it was time to show off my work; my first website.

I still remember using a black hash-tooth pattern for the headings of the navigation, it was a dark coloured website, but aside from that, it’s all a blur. A DOCTYPE you could never remember, tables, neopets, Geocities, GIF background images, and KaZaa were all the rage. The internet was starting to gain speed and I was right along with it. Creating webpages for this, learning more HTML/CSS for that, I lose all concept of time from the age of ten onward. Grade 6 was in there, where I drew Pokemon for the majority of my time and played Gizmo’s and Gadgets on the thunder-of-Thor keyboards (buttons had to have 2 inch springs under them); secondary school, and then there was high school. A four-year-long-story short, we had programming classes for Grades 11 and 12 (Turing) in which I taught the class because 1) the teacher was often busy with other priorities and 2) with already eight years of coding behind me, another language (especially one with top-to-bottom reading, could go into functions barely) was nothing for me to learn. Being able to prioritize when each hand requested my help was exciting, not to mention often leaving the classroom realizing I didn’t even turn on my monitor.

The summer of Grade 11, I went to work in a factory. The factory my dad still slaves away in. I do not remember that summer. I saved my money and barely had enough energy or care to do anything on the weekends. Before long, it was time to get back to school. However, being the computer code monkey that I am, the money I saved ($2040 CAD or $1780 USD; still to this day carry the receipt in my wallet – September 19th, 2006) turned into a money order and was mailed off to Chris H. in California. The money I just saved for three months, was now on its way to someone I have never met, had only sent a few e-mails too, to build me a server. Everyone: parents, friends, teachers included, all gave me lectures on how: I was stupid, will never see that money again, who the hell is this Chris fellow? But I am nearly crying right now remembering the day I stayed home from school to await the arrival of my very own server.

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before it was packaged and sent to me

Going off to college got me excited because I enrolled in the Computer Programming/Analyst course to expand my coding knowledge into the software side of things. I was already so vastly involved in the World Wide Web that I thought it impossible for anyone to teach me anything I didn’t already know. In all honestly, to make another three-year-long-story short, the course itself was a complete waste of time. On the positive, I highly encourage everyone to at least try to go to college. The people, connections, excitement, life experiences, you name it over the three years I attended, were priceless. However, the knowledge they were suppose to cover was non-existent. I did not graduate from college. I did not learn how to create software. I did, however, further strengthen my website abilities by switching from tables to divs (yeah yeah).

One of the people I met in college quickly became my friend and business parnter, and together we started using our abilities to create websites. We tried the client route; didn’t wok. We tried to create our own website and at one point had it ranked < 100,000 on Alexa (website no longer exists; big corporations killed it); didn’t work. We both quit our jobs. We both have families. We are both living with our in-laws and are trying to make ends meet. Solely driven by our passion for the internet and have finally found our home in the crypto-currency world.

Starting out with faucets, building a faucet looping website (http://satoshico.in/), and doing everything we can to obtain Bitcoin, we were still stuck in our rut. Everything we did, no matter how much time, money, and effort went into something, it all seemed to come to an end. Since giving up, especially this late in the game (I personally have been unemployed since my daughter was born; over a year-and-a-half ago) was not an option. We looked towards bounties in an attempt to grab some Bitcoin we could potentially use to hold our families at bay (most likely fiat conversion). Scam. Scam. Didn’t pay. Scam. What were the terms? Scam. Can we lower our price? Once again, we were both facing defeat at every corner. Our home in the crypto-currency world had nothing left but a box of tissues and some code written on the peeling wallpaper.

Hello Pinkcoin!

To our surprise, our efforts in the cryptography world did not go unnoticed and the Pinkcoin team welcomed our support with open arms. Our home had a raging party again, our spirits were once again as high as kites, and our drive was at full speed once again. My fingers began banging out code. Projects, deadlines, milestones, and the future were all too clear. I could finally use my fifteen years of experience, passion, and self-motivation to create something to whole world can enjoy. Thank you Pinkcoin for doing things differently and not adding to my pile of failure.

I appreciate you reading my life story in a nutshell. I look forwarding to reading what all of you care to share and I hope that one day I can help you; unlike so many have not done for me.

I am a code monkey.

I am Devan.

I am Tranzium.

I LOVE websites.

I LOVE code.

I am Pinkcoin.

CRYPTO-ROX – TECH CREW

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Bryan Benner

Oct 23, 1984

Mississauga, ON, Canada

https://www.facebook.com/bryan.l.benner

https://twitter.com/CryptoRox

bbenner.ws@gmail.com

Growing up in a small town surrounded by nature, I spent most of my days outdoors. Up until about 7 years ago, I had never really used a computer. Right out of highschool I went into a factory, and worked there for years. One lucky day, I lost my pinky finger in a hydraulic press. That is when I decided to go back to school.

I did a year of general science, while I decided what I wanted. This lead to 2 1/2 years in Marketing. Half way through my graduating year, I changed courses again. My little brother had just begun a Computer Programming Analyst course. Seeing what he was able to accomplish with code, that got me excited. So I joined his course, and barely passed the first semester. So I did my final program switch, into New Media Web Design where I graduated after 3 more years of College.

I have done and learned many things in my life, but never became a Master at anything specifically. A jack of all trades, master of none. My dedication, self-motivation and many years of dream chasing, have me feeling right at home in crypto. It is like everything I have ever done, combined with my dire need to better peoples lives, and change the world. I have tried involving myself in a few coins. Scam, after scam, hype after hype, it killed me because I knew what it took to achieve the things they were all promising. So I went looking at bounties, found a couple, but got taken advantage of. It was not long after that I was introduced to Pinkcoin.

I joined Pinkcoin right around the same time that the community was taking over. CryptoCayce, Sumgye and Sonys saw the value in this coin, and they were making impressive moves and grinding hard. I got my friend Tranzium and told him “we finally found our home to build our stuff.”

In short, I feel as though everything in my life has lead me to Pinkcoin, and this community. The universe almost makes sense when you can look back in time, and connect all the dots.

ELYPSE – MARKETING CREW @Elypse_Pink

DSC_0006 1I’m a 26 year old architect and city planner located in Detroit, Michigan, US. I spent 8 years getting my dual masters in Architecture and sustainable design and construction methods as well as a masters in Urban Design and city planning. Using my education to guide me, I’ve helped create and run charities in Detroit using design as a method for change. That brought me to the Pink team as the core values of Pink aligned with my personal beliefs as well. I’ve been in crypto since 2015 where I first learned the technologies through setting up a small mining farm and strongly affirm that utilizing these new block-chain technologies along with my passion for design is a perfect match to share in a global vision of change. Every generation gets a chance at changing the world. This is our chance to completely revolutionize how the economy and currency function worldwide.

MADMAX04 – MARKETING CREW @m_ad_04m_ax

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Hey, my name is Andrew Robertson I live in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. I am sort a jack of all trades; I like to learn new things. Studied to be a chef, architect estimator, project manager, and have had easily 100 different jobs along the way. Was drawn to poker in the 2004 Moneymaker effect and really enjoyed the strategic end of it. Got lucky a couple times and was able to stack up at the time life changing money. A mutual friend of Danny and I introduced us and he helped improve my poker game. Somewhere in 2014 I found crypto and really never looked back. Have devoted most of my free time into becoming a profitable trader and spreading awareness. I was introduced to Pink through Danny and our mutual friend and really like the concept. We were obviously way ahead of our time as far as a donation platform in crypto and few survived the 2015 bear attack. I am excited that most of our original team has come back into the fold to create the new Pink. I am even more excited for the future and using our network to help people. It is Really nice to meet more like minded people that want to make a difference!

RILEYX – MARKETING CREW @PinkcoinRiley

Screenshot 2017-08-10 03.17.51My name is Riley Nettekoven, I’m 21 years old and live in Zaandam, the Netherlands. I mostly do graphical work like the videos on our YouTube channel, but I also love the technical side of everything. I studied System & Network Engineering. When I joined the Pinkcoin slack I immediately fell in love with the project, and I really wanted to contribute so I started making videos for the group. Shortly there-after I was given the keys to run Pinkcoin’s Official Youtube channel and was invited to join the development team!

SPOCK SKYWALKER – MARKETING CREW @WaterIsAliv1111

DSC_0453 1My name is Devin Saxon, I’m a 28 year old writer and audio engineer, but most importantly — I like memes. After dropping out of college I started a highly successful political/news blog out of my home state of South Dakota, at which point a need arose to effectively raise funds to support my writing career outside of Paypal. It did not take long for the discovery of Bitcoin to follow. Graduating high school into the Great Recession, I easily recognized the implications and heroic impact of Bitcoin’s block chain technology, subsequently falling in love with the crypto community at large striving to provide for a sound money financial system for the first time in generations. A solid call, scooping up Bitcoin in 2014-2015 during a gargantuan bear market cycle was the smartest thing I’ve ever done in my life. It was during this time that I discovered altcoins, and consequently, after winning a fabled meme contest hosted by CryptoCayce in May of 2014, I came upon my beloved Pinkcoin. Thankfully now, I’m currently employed for and rocking Pinkcoin full-time as the editor of the Great Pink Buffalo, $PINK’s official blog and couldn’t be happier!

CALIGO – FOUNDER, LEAD DEV @jemredin

Jeremy Redinger, Salem Oregon, leads development of $PINK’s block-chain technologies. He is credited with revolutionizing crypto-currency by introducing side-staking features into Pinkcoin’s wallets, as well as providing many other firsts for crypto. (Full bio coming soon)

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CRYPTOCAYCE – OG FOUNDER @CryptoCayce

2014WSOP_EV65_Day2C_Danny Johnson, 31 years old, is currently employed as the Chief Technology Officer for a Food Service Company in Chicago. Formerly a Professional Poker Player living in Hawaii, he received a Masters Degree in Business Administration with a major in Marketing from Hawaii Pacific University. Danny’s legendary rise in crypto began in Nov. 2013 after buying Litecoin off a now defunct website litetree.com for $4 each, flipping them 3 weeks later for $36 a pop — after that he was hooked. His next project, Pinkcoin, began on May 2nd 2014. Seeing it having tremendous potential for marketing, partnerships, and change that no other altcoin has, Danny became an instant leader within the community. Within weeks the original developer of Pinkcoin abandon the project and Danny seized the opportunity to step in and give this coin new life and direction. A bunch of like minded individuals came together shortly then-after and the rest is history.

 

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Posted in Community, Developments, Give-Away

Pinkcoin’s Donate4Life Program Activates the Rain Cloud

“The Rain Cloud: One of Many Funds Integrated with Donate4Life has Gone Live”

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7/21/17 By Devin Saxon. Brought to you by crafty courtier CryptoRox, provided by the help of gracious donators abound, the Rain Cloud has finally built itself up to 1 MILLION coins and will now begin staking out to the Pink-Army! Anybody staking on the network will begin receiving pink rain every time the Rain Cloud wallet stakes. But wait there’s more!

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Donating/Side-Staking to the following Pinkcoin address will #MakeItRain on every $PINK wallet that is staking and supporting the Pinkcoin network! Don’t be shy to make someone’s day with rain today!

To rain on the network, send some coins to : 2MJ8KeoKXK9U25Ug6Ppp4DKsTJX1FxTTfn

Stay tuned for more updates from the lone pink prairie crusader, the one you pray that never gets away, the Great Pink Buffalo.

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Gif Courtesy of MasterZeus

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“Elypse and the Pinkcoin Core Team offers Cold Storage Prizes for the Pink Army!”

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50/50 Raffle Tickets are now ONLY 1 PINKCOIN Each for a Limited Time!

“Hurry Before its Too Late, Participate Today for a Chance to Win the Jackpot!”

Stay tuned for the lowdown on more great deals and hot pink news from the four-legged horned legend, yours truly the Great Pink Buffalo!

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Elypse and the Pinkcoin Core Team Offers Cold Storage Prizes to the Pink Army

“Plus, Basic Security Tips for Safe Trading and Safe Storage”

7/14/15 By Devin Saxon. Nobody wants to be in the “hacker victim” club, starting today keep your crypto safe from unwanted hands getting into your wallet.

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  1. Enable 2FA, Two-Factor Authentication, on your Email and all your crypto-exchange accounts. The moral of the story here is, if you don’t have 2fa enabled–YOU WILL GET HACKED–it is only a matter of time. So, put down whatever you are doing and (if you have not already) enable 2fa right away. 2fa Pic
  2. Don’t use text message 2fa, use a trusted Authenticator Application. Hackers can switch your telephone service to a phone in their possession and access your accounts. If you rely on a text message code, you are not protected, you must use an Authenticator App.
  3. Print out 2fa recovery codes and put them in a safe at home, a safe deposit box at the bank, or place them with someone you trust (like your mother). If you break or lose your phone with 2fa enabled you will be locked out of your accounts. This is a good thing, it ensures that hackers can not get into your account without your phone. However, if you do not have your recovery codes getting back into your accounts can be a real hassle, if not impossible. safety-deposit-box
  4. Use a Password Generating Plug-in on your browser such as Last Pass. Let the password generating app make you random passwords for every site that needs a log in. Make sure to use numbers, letters, and symbols and to make the passwords as long as possible. If you use Last Pass NEVER FORGET YOUR MASTER PASSWORD, or you will be locked out of your password vault (which is storing all your random generated passwords) FOREVER. Never use the same password for your wallets, exchange, or email, and especially never use the same password as your Master Password for Last Pass on anything else, EVER. Doing so is essentially a death sentence for your portfolio and internet privacy; you will almost certainly lose your coins due to a hack. LastPass-Logo-Color
  5. Never keep currency on an exchange for very long. This goes without saying, exchanges have been prone to fail, countless traders have been burned by exchanges going under or security breaches leading to massive losses in personal accounts. As soon as you make your trade get the coins onto a personal offline wallet. Mt Gox.jpg
  6. Maintain a hot wallet (off the exchanges) for trading and a Cold Storage Wallet for your savings account. A cold storage wallet is one that is 100% secure, as it has never been exposed to the internet for any potential hacker to have any chance of exploiting it. The draw back to a cold storage wallet is that coins are not meant to be withdrawn from them, store coins in cold storage that you plan on holding long term.
  7. Encrypt your Hot wallet and Cold Storage wallet, and maintain up to date virus definitions on the anti-virus software on your computer that is maintaining your hot wallet. Never download anything that you do not 100% trust onto the computer maintaining your hot wallet; use a burner computer for risky downloads plugged into a separate router. Downloading malware will infect your computer with a key-logger, from there the hacker will gain access to every key you press including your crypto passphrases, once they have access to that its game over, you will lose all your coins–try not to cry afterwards.
  8. Never use public wifi networks, or hotel wifi networks. Hackers will be on stand-by at these places waiting to access and infect your computer with key-logging malware. Only use private personal secured networks when accessing the internet. If you use public wifi your security is as good as dead. Bring your own mobile hotspot when you’re out and about, or out vacationing; spend the extra penny on personal internet data plans to ensure your security is tight knight and free of unwanted infiltrators. Also, be sure that your device isn’t set up to automatically connect to public wifi networks upon startup, the same with your bluetooth settings connecting to other devices. Many computers are default set-up to access public networks when your home network is no longer in range. Change your computer’s settings to never access any wifi network or file sharing application outside your home network without your expressed permission.
  9. Store backups of your wallet.dat files on a a flash-drive or external hard-drive and keep one in a fire-proof safe and another copy in a safe deposit box at a bank to be the safest you can possibly be. If you must put your wallet.dat in an email address, or dropbox folder, make damn sure you have 2fa enabled and that you monitor devices that are accessing your accounts. You only own your coins if you’re the only one that has access to your passphrase and wallet.dat.

In summary, if you think you are safe because you have never had issues with hackers before (classic mistake), or safe without 2fa due to a withdrawal limit (hackers can get around that), you are likely to join the Hacker’s Victim club, nearly everybody involved with crypto has been hacked and lost funds from breaking these basic rules. If you want to maintain your winning streak don’t fall prey to your own self-confidence, follow the rules or you’re going to have a bad time.

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That being said, if you’re following the basic rules, you are going to have a great time in crypto, and are likely to make bank. To help those who are new to the game or even veterans needing a new cold storage device Elypse is offering a cold storage prize for various Twitter and Slack competitions. Join the Pink-Army today and stay tuned to Elypse’s account on Twitter for detail on how to win huge! As always this has been the un-grim Great Pink Buffalo, holding out strong during the Great Dip of 2017. Stay safe out there folks! #2fa4life #BuytheDip #SecureYourPortfolio

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Coming Soon: Expert Tips on Keeping your Crypto Safe! (Hardening Windows for Hot Wallets, Expert Firewall Tips for added protection, how to encrypt files on Dropbox/Drive and much more!)

Posted in Charity, Community, Pink Merchandise

Elypse Offers Baller Pinkcoin Keychains for ANY Donation to D4L

“Yes, its real”

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Wreck.a.dae aka @_ReecaDae_ making another day un-wreck able, catch her on Pink Army Slack (she loves $PINK rain ; )

6/30/17 By Devin Saxon. Putting the double G’s in swagger, Elypse offers craftsmanship like no other key chain could possibly imagine. Because Keychains can’t imagine things, they are inanimate objects. That was until the release of these hot muffins. Get ’em while they’re fresh, ANY donation to DONATE4LIFE is accepted and wins a one-of-a-kind keychain. We WILL pardon stinginess. Don’t miss out, participate in the PINK NATION today! (give-away extravaganza details are listed below!)

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Stay tuned for more treats, great deals, and great offers from the horned crusader; handily no match for Darth Vader, the Great Pink Buffalo! #DressInPink #OrderSteaksMedium #KeepItReal

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>>>>> DONATE4LIFE PORTAL <<<<<

 

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Pinkcoin Core Team Dominates “Fore The Kids” Golf Tourney: Becomes the Talk of Toronto, Surpasses $5,000 CAD Goal for Cardiac Kids

“Team $PINK scores under par in back to back matches all while raising over $3000 CAD in one weekend for Cardiac Kids Charity” 

6/29/17 By Devin Saxon. Eminem once wrote:

“If you had one shot, or one opportunity, to seize everything you ever wanted in one moment, would you capture it? Or would you let it slip?”

 

Feel safe to chow down on your mom’s spaghetti folks! In a performance mirrored only by Gandhi and Tiger Woods in their prime, carried by the blessed insurmountable family support eagerly bestowed upon the world by the majestic grace and glory that is the Pink-Army, Pinkcoin’s moment was met, captured, and gripped by her velvet pink allure; she clamped down on all her self-professed goals, and utterly annihilated them — setting the bar for all others to follow and marvel in her wake.

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Caligo, Tranzium and CryptoRox demonstrate Pinkcoin’s Donate4Life Platform to Jeff Neiman, Supervisor and Founder of the Charity, Cardiac Kids. It was in this moment that over $3,000 CAD was donated to his charity helping sick kids with heart conditions live better lives. Special thank you to Pink-Army Slack’s VIP heavyweights, Alexr1239, Floyd, and Ree and especially the rest of the adored Pink Army for all your support in making this dream come true! #PatYourBacks

Unsurprising to all who have grown to love Pinkcoin over the years, her palms were anything but sweaty, her arms were anything but heavy, and her mighty altruistic clout was left once again unmeasurable to her foes, unworldly to her friends, breaking yet another record in her dazzling follow through upon the finish line, squashing every so-called untouchable feat set forth by her crypto peers.

Successfully demonstrated in full-effect to the masses upon the greenway that day, victorious even when left upon an electricity-free, barren field under never-ending cycles of blazing thunderstorms and overbearing sun-rays searing the pasty-white geeks pursuing their haloed dreams outside their usual homey dungeon scenery — together they undoubtedly ensured that Pinkcon had her day.

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Madmax04, Elypse, CrypoRox, CryptoCayce, Caligo, and SpockSkywalker coincidentally all stand in frame and look forward at the same moment towards a randomly positioned Nikon D5300 
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CryptoCayce using his famed Prophet Mind to will two golf balls into the hole. Elypse and Madmax04 look on in amazement.

Soaring past all doubters, dunking pink-love upon all the pessimists, devouring all the hopeless haters, and 86ing all the peanut butter and jelly filled trolls lacking all common traits of human decency, together the Pink Family finally proved once and for all that the fruition of over three years of sweat and toil worked from the minds of the famous $PINK fever afflicting the beautiful trend setting army of the pink nation, that dream — Pinkcoin’s dream — was executed with utmost perfection.

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CryptoCayce celebrates moments later… Mission Accomplished (two holes in one). Elypse and Madmax04 are in shock at the prowess of the Great Fabled Prophet’s mind

DSC_0006Carried out by the Core Development Team with exceptional care, partnered with an abundance of sound reason possessed by all the swagger characters whom carry the roaring Pink banner, spreading our message of hope and caregiving that is the very essence of what crypto-currency was meant to be. Together we Pink patriots, bravely saddled upon our storm of pink buffalo, known to all as the dream team stampeding and free — as one united front we charge forward — daring to dawn a new path cemented beneath the clefts of our great buffalo hooves, and crafting in staggering time, with merely one pass, our road is laid down upon any rough, inhospitable turf conceived by man, boldly driving our cherished ideas of serenity envied and relished through-out the entire crypto-scene at large. As one, we have cast aside all the bronze and silver jargon for only what we know and love — pure Pink ideas of gold

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Spock steals the spotlight
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CryptoRox breaks down how Pinkcoin functions to make a better world to a cluster of ETH fans, and Cardiac Kids Donators

Special shout out to @Floyd, @Ree, and @Alexr1239 for their monster 30K $PINK contributions to Cardiac Kids putting the entire Pink family over the annual $5000 CAD goal mark and tacking on another $2000 CAD on top of that! And of course another YUGE shout-out to the entire Pink Army for Side Staking to Cardiac Kids last weekend and showing the world what our prized community is capable of achieving. For additional details on Pinkcoin’s reign over the greenway during the “Fore the Kids Golf Tournament” be sure to stay tuned for “$PINK Becomes the Talk of Toronto Part 2, coming soon… Until next time this has been the news of Pinktown brought to you by a herbivore drifter with thicker fur than yours, the Great Pink Buffalo! #Pink4Life #NeverGonnaStopUs

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Pinkcoin shows the cameras and fanfare how to putt like a demi-god

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Posted in Community, Contests

Pink Music Melody Showdown Vote is now Live

“Winner of Contest receives 10,000 Pinkcoin! Get your votes in; vote ends in 2 days!”

1.) Pinkcoin Lounge by Brynjar J. Gangstø

2.) Pinkcoin Chicken Dance by MANU P.A.

3.) “Let’s Come Together” written by MasterZeus

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4.) “Pinkcoin Wonka” by Alexr1239

Come with me

And you’ll be

In a world of pure decentralization

Take a look

And you’ll see

You are part of decentralization.

We’ll begin

Staking and

Meme’ing in

Slack, sharing lulz of our creation.

Then Bob-ee

Will defy

Explanation

If you want to view Pink-adise

Simply look around and view it

Anything you want to, do it

Want to pump us to the moon?

There’s nothing to it

There is no

Coin I know

To compare with Caligo’s imagination

Living there

You’ll be free

If you just don’t lose your keys.

If you want to “This is Gentlemen”

Hodl! your coins and you will see one

Want to be a whale then be one

Anytime you pump please save me one

Come with me

And you’ll be

In a world of pure decentralization

Take a look

And you’ll see

Into your destination

There is no

Place to go

To compare with pink’s decentralization

So stake PINK

To be free

If you truly wish to be

Staking there

Coins are free

Truely what a place to be

PLACE YOUR VOTES FOLLOWING THIS MESSAGE — GOOD LUCK TO THE CONTESTANTS!!

Honorable Mention — “You’ll get your Great Pink Buffalo” written by Spock Skywalker, editor of The Great Pink Buffalo, the official blog of Pinkcoin. 

Stay tuned for the results of Metakid’s Pink Paradise Minecraft Challenge.. coming soon #ThinkPink

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT!!!!