The Estate of Wu Tang Clan member, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Intends to Dispatch O.D.B. Token by End of 2018

The sizeable estate of notorious Wu-Tang Clan rapper, Ol' Dirty Bastard (O.D.B.) affirmed the launch of its Ol' Dirty Bastard cryptoCoin (O.D.B.) will be dispatched on the 1st of December, a publication known as Vents revealed on 23rd October.


Initially announced in March and dubbed Dirty Coin, the undertaking — now referred to as the O.D.B. Coin, and is intended to utilize the returns from offers of the cryptocoin to support different fan commitment ventures. A media outlet detailed at the moment of the first declaration that the issue will be in collaboration with Link Media Assoc., a music A&R company, and will be listed on the TAO arrange blockchain platform.

The ICO for O.D.B. Coin shapes one of another scope of purported Initial Artist Offerings (IAOs) by host platform AltMarket.

"It is intended to be an organization that highly regards the ventures of our customers," Vents cites AltMarket Chief Bryce Weiner as stating.

Ol' Dirty Bastard was one of the founding fathers of the Wu Tang Clan Hip-Hop group, which ended up being popular for its first collaboration "Enter the Wu Tang (36 Chambers)" in 1993. O.D.B. later died in 2004 at 35 years of age due to overdosing on drugs.

O.D.B's. child Young Dirty Bastard, whose actual name is Barson Unique Jones, disclosed to the publication that he his anticipating to release considerably more music that would make his Father proud."

This development proceeds with the alternating and once in a while questionable pattern of music superstars' commitment with the ICO market and crypto industry more broadly.

As a media outlet detailed, rapper Curtis Jackson popularly known as 50 Cent declared his confidence in the innovation, asserting he had accumulated a great amount of money in Bitcoin from a sale exploit quite a long while back before uncovering the fact that he had ever possessed the assets.

In September 2017, record maker DJ Khaled broadcast on Social media that he owns a cryptocurrency credit card from the Titanium Centra Card. DJ Khaled however deleted the post, and the originators of Centra have been accused of securities misrepresentation by the US Department of Justice.

The Dirty Coin venture, presently known as O.D.B. Coin, ought not to be mistaken for another altcoin of a similar name from the Adult film business, which purportedly finished its ICO in Dec last year.

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