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if iETH (iethereum) is not Apples token .....

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jjPP   Wednesday, 11/20/19 10:54:18 AM
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if iETH (iethereum) is not Apples token ..... Apple has not made a public statement that says so.

I am speaking fact, ovangko and you sound frustrated.

Im not sure why you do not admit that Apple has not denied the token or even spoken about the logo outline. Apple denied centralized currency. I have good reason to believe that are working on decentralized blockchain and could easily merge the iETH (iethereum token) with Apples new proprietary blockchain and it would make sense for Apple to launch in the way that iETH airdropped to avoid all the legal ramifications that the fraudulent ICOs ran into. My guess is you probably espouse IPOs and ICOs and think that is a wise investment. I am taking a paradigm shift and saying the airdrop is a much more fair, decentralized and better investment. Therefore, iETH is much ahead as did not ICO

I am simply looking for any valid facts from anybody that knows any facts regarding iETH
The most interesting question is simple once again. Why has Apple not denied any affiliation with iETH? it has been two years and their logo outline is on the token. Seems to me a 2 sentence public statement would be very easy to do. My point is Apple is not protecting their logo if it is in fact not Apple.

I have invested 7k into the token and will be more than enough whether it is Apple or not.

I sincerely believe that the token has a current fair value of 2-3$ minimum especially when it sends upwards of 50x faster than bitcoin and bitcoin is at 8k. It is a mirror image of bitcoin from 2010. And once again any small use case scenarios, small business could easily pick up a million tokens and use the token for cross boarder payments.

Once again you are responding to my question without any answers. Obviously you are frustrated at least based on your the tone of your responses. Just admit you don't know rather than pretending you already know the answer.

I would love to have posted in 2010 that bitcoin will yield a million percent return in 10 years. I can about imaging how you have responded to that notion. once again lighten up

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