The Kik app may not be dead after all, as announced recently by the company’s CEO Ted Livingston. The loss… read more
What is Kin?
Kin is a decentralized ecosystem composed of a group of digital services launched by Kik. The Kin token will will also serve as the basis of interchangeability with other digital services. The Kin token is an Ethereum-based cryptocurrency that is to be used for daily online activites such as instant messaging, social media, tipping and payments within the Kin Ecosystem .
After selling $100 million’s worth of KIN tokens in an ICO, the Kik company started its long-drawn decline, exacerbated by… read more
The Kik project, a much-touted $100 million ICO that promised to bring its token to the masses via a chat… read more
Kik has made inaccurate claims about activity on its blockchain to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC,) a Coin Metrics… read more
Kin, the cryptocurrency project launched by the firm behind the messaging application Kik, has asked the crypto asset space for… read more
Holders of Kin (KIN) tokens by the Kik chat app will have to move fast to swap to the new… read more
The Securities and Exchanges Commission is to decide whether they are to take enforcement action against Kin over its token… read more
The Kin Foundation has begun rolling out its plans to build a cryptocurrency ecosystem to power its messenger platform, starting… read more
Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Tapatalk, the mobile forum application with an aggregate registered user base of 300 million, has struck a… read more
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