The purpose of this forum is to encourage pioneers to research and to discuss the potential advantages and how to integrate Pi Coin into our society. Pi Coin the minted cryptocurrency of Pi Network.
On the Pi Network, everyone has the opportunity to be an influencer or to tap into the wisdom of the crowd.
Pi Core Team is not responsible for any contents in this forum. Official news or support can be found inside the app and on minepi.com.
Again as a reminder to all, we will not provide any more support. You have login to the Pi app chat and ask for support or email the Pi Core Team @ email@example.com
Let’s talk about Pi Coin, exchange ideas, converse and meet others who share a common interest on how make this project a success.
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