Miss Universe Organization declaims crypto launch, plans legal action


The Miss Universe Organization (MUO) has just released an official statement regarding the "Miss Universe Coin" which was introduced at Philippine Blockchain Week.

According to MUO and its owner JKN Global Group, they are not associated or involved in any way and will be pursuing all legal options with regards to this infringement.

The statement reads, "There is currently no Miss Universe cryptocurrency or blockchain offering, and these products are in no way involved with the voting or selection process for MISS UNIVERSE or the Miss Universe Philippines pageants."

"To our fans — please use caution and do not join in this falsely-named coin scam. We are doing everything we can to shut this down publicly so that our community is not victims of this fraud."

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