Financially recover from this? The infamous Joseph Maldonado, also known as Joe Exotic, better known as Tiger King, has launched his own Ethereum base token to help legal fund.
And, you know, tiger rescue.
According to the website, the project will also feature non-fungible tokens, which will go towards helping his legal defense team. Joe obviously owns a percentage of TKING tokens and received them during the stealth launch of the coin.
For the uninitiated, he is the costar of Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, a true crime documentary series that aired in 2020 and made waves as a reality show about the life of zookeeper and convicted felon.
The series was watched by 34.3 million people over its first ten days of release, and also inspired several memes online.
Exotic is now back, and has announced the launch of a new crypto asset:
“The legend of Joe Exotic has launched on the Ethereum blockchain! The man the world learned to call Tiger King from the hit Netflix documentary is back, this time as a digital currency. The developers are thrilled to present Joe’s official cryptocurrency to the global public, endorsed by the man himself.”
Out of the trillion tokens, developers claim to have burnt 35% of the supply. The development team also details that the TKING tokens are deflationary by design, and there is a 2% burn rate on every transaction.
Interestingly, his costar and arch nemesis Carole Baskin launched a cryptocurrency first, called the CAT token, announcing the project during the first week of May.
And of course, the website makes a mention of her, with the TKING team insisting that they will never let Carole win, and Joe is ready to stage the comeback of the century by landing the first tiger on the moon to free Joe.
Colorful world we live in!
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