The Miss Universe Group has denied any affiliation with the Miss Universe Coin challenge introduced on the Philippine Blockchain Week (PBW) occasion held earlier this month. PBW mentioned that they’re in touch with all concerned events and can submit an replace quickly.

Earlier this month, a challenge known as Miss Universe Coin was introduced at PBW. Donald Lim, the founding father of the group managing the PBW, said in the course of the occasion that the PBW will “launch the Miss Universe Coin.” Nevertheless, weeks after the announcement, the official group behind Miss Universe has denied any affiliation with the coin challenge and known as it a fraud. 

Official announcement printed on the Miss Universe Fb web page. Supply: Fb

On Sept. 22, the Miss Universe official Fb web page announced that the Miss Universe Group and JKN World Group, the corporate behind the pageant, should not related to the coin challenge that was unveiled on the PBW occasion. In accordance with the group, it is going to be pursuing “all authorized choices on the subject of this infringement.” 

“There’s at present no Miss Universe cryptocurrency or blockchain providing, and these merchandise are under no circumstances concerned with the voting or choice course of for Miss Universe or the Miss Universe Philippines pageants,” they wrote.

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In a press release despatched to Cointelegraph, a consultant from the Miss Universe Group claimed that the Miss Universe Coin is a “fraud,” and so they count on it to be additional introduced in different occasions throughout the globe. “We suspect that individuals could also be planning to say this at upcoming blockchain conferences in Dubai and Singapore. When you see it there, please don’t cowl, it is a fraud,” they mentioned.

In a press release on X (previously Twitter), PBW mentioned that they’re at present in touch with the entire events concerned and can announce an replace as quickly as potential. Cointelegraph reached out to the Philippine Blockchain Week however didn’t get a right away response.

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