Welcome To The Pi Network

By futureanalogue | Future Analogue | 21 Aug 2020


      Welcome to the Pi Network  

Hi there, I believe this new coin is worth sharing.

One of the main points that attracted me to this new network/coin was the ability to mine from your mobile phone and the fact I was being paid to join didn't hurt!

Yes I originally discovered the site 2 months ago through the micro workers website where I was paid a small amount for joining but I am glad I did as I have now accumulated over 420 coins. Also the fact that someone was willing to pay for this shows how much some people believe in this coin.

To claim your daily mining reward all you have to do is open the app and click the mine button..that's it! You can then close the app. Pi does not drain your battery or use your network data. 😉 You can think of it as a very high paying faucet 😉

For all the technical information check out their detailed white paper Here

Who is behind Pi ?

Pi’s core team is led by two Stanford PhDs and one Stanford MBA, all of whom helped build Stanford’s blockchain community. We cannot guarantee that the project will succeed. However, we do promise to work our hardest to make our shared dreams a reality, while maintaining the highest standards of integrity.

How much is it worth ?
Well nothing yet as it is still in Beta stage and it has not been listed on any exchanges yet, however many people seem to believe it will be worth around $0.35 when launched officially. Personally I would guess its value to be around $0.05 to $0.10 and with 7 million users it has great potential.

Thanks for reading and if you want to join you can use my link below. An invitation is required to sign up.

I am sending you 1π! Pi is a new digital currency developed by Stanford PhDs, with over 7 million members worldwide. To claim your Pi, follow this link https://minepi.com/futureanalogue and use my username (futureanalogue) as your invitation code.


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My name is Graham Cook and I am 47 years old. I am a DJ and producer from Scotland now living off grid in the South of Spain with a community of travellers, punks and hippies.

Future Analogue
Future Analogue

Hi there, My name is Graham Cook and I am 47 years old. I am a DJ and producer from Scotland and I have been organising Free Parties for almost 20 years under the name The Drum Clinic Sound System. However everything changed a few years ago when my wife Ruth and I bought a massive truck and moved to the south of Spain where we live off-grid with a community of travellers, punks and hippies in a beautiful location in The Alpujarras, Andalusia.

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