Sportsman-turned diplomat and promoter of PotCoin, Dennis Rodman’s diplomatic breakthrough pushed the price of the digital currency after a political appearance.
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PotCoin aims to create a native cryptocurrency for the legalized marijuana industry and witnessed a price gain of more than 24 percent after Rodman’s appearance in Singapore at U.S. President Donald Trump’s meeting with the North Korea leader Kim Jong-un.
As per reports, Rodman has worked several months to mend the broken ties between the two countries. His effort finally paid off on June 12, 2018, as the

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