Global Crypto Offering Exchange (GCOX) said the global blockchain company is producing the highly-anticipated ‘Manny Pacquiao Live In Concert 2019’ and ‘PAC Token launch’ scheduled to be held at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on 1 September 2019.
GCOX is a licensed cryptocurrency exchange that offers an unprecedented platform for global celebrities to issue personalized tokens. The exchange had a successful launch on 21 May 2019.
PAC Token (PAC) rides on the advantage of blockchain by transforming the popularity and brand of Manny Pacquiao into crypto tokens which are quantifiable and exchangeable. Millions of fans will now be able to get closer to their idol Pacquiao by having access to his bespoke fan-celebrity programs powered by GCOX.
To give fans the most memorable experience, GCOX will be producing the Manny Pacquiao Live In Concert 2019 to conduct this special launch. This is the first time “Pacman” is having a solo concert in the Philippines.
“While Senator Manny is busy serving his people, we hope to help him reach out to his fans and engage them regularly. By having his PAC Tokens, they become a privileged group who will have opportunities to connect with him on a whole new level. GCOX will provide such a revolutionary fan-celebrity engagement platform,” said Dr. Jeffrey Lin.
Subject to fulfilling licensing requirements, GCOX is planning to introduce Pacpay, a digital payment system that will allow fans to make purchases at merchant outlets all around the world, receive incredible discounts and enjoy attractive rewards while using their PAC Tokens.
“Through this robust ecosystem, I will be able to help my fans save money while promoting good value products and driving traffic to merchants who support me. Everybody wins in this ecosystem. This is my opportunity to give back to the community that has made me who I am today,” said Senator Manny Pacquiao.
Fans will be able to download a new fan-celebrity edutainment mobile application this September to connect directly with their favorite celebrities, including “Pacman” himself.