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Post-Liberation Visas Based on Ethereum Sold by North Korean Dissidents

Cheollima Civil Defense (CCD) is a registered group of political dissidents in North Korea. Now, CCD is selling visas that are based on Ethereum. These are visas to be used for entering North Korea once it becomes liberated.

Ethereum Based Visas

According to the announcement, the issuance of these ETH-based visas will start on March 24, Sunday. All the visas will have an expiration date set on March 1, 2029. These visas are usable for only a maximum of 45 days in North Korea. However, one person can possibly purchase an unlimited number of visas and thus can enter the country as many times as they want. Nonetheless, this person is still subject to restrictions issued by customs and port of entry.

CCD announced in its website a limited issuance of an exact number of 200,000 blockchain visas that are anonymous. One can use these visas to pay a visit to Free Joseon (the name of North Korea when it is liberated). Free Joseon is a word that relates to the Joseon Kingdom, a Korean dynasty that lasted for five centuries and was followed by the Korean Empire. The CCD website also mentions that every G-VISA has an assigned ID number based on the order that one purchased it.

Multiple ETH Visas Encouraged

The CCD website also encourages multiple purchases of the G-VISA. In fact, it says on its website that the ownership of numerous G-VISAS would mean a significant contribution to the said movement. Aside from this, CCD also announced that ERC-721 marketplaces could also provide G-VISAS. A notable example of this type of marketplace is OpenSea. So far, even before the launch, the BTC address of CCD that they have dedicated to donations already received more than 14 BTC.

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