The speculations and skepticism all began with the crowdfunding hosted by Verge [XVG] last month. They had a target of collecting 75 million worth XVG. This funding campaign was a cause of some mystery partnership to be revealed in future, as they stated earlier. Since then there were no announcements or updates relating to this.
The big day has finally come close, the mystery partnership is due to be announced tomorrow, April 17th.
Some unconfirmed news has pointed towards TokenPay as the mystery partner. This is a very probable guess for all those close observers as TokenPay tweeted on April 8th about an update of a meeting held in Munich.
TokenPay retweeted this, earlier today:
Well, this was clarified by Derek Capo, CEO of TokenPay, officially with a tweet stating:
“There is a lot of speculation that TokenPay is the mystery partner for Verge, the answer is no. However, we do have a lot of plans to integrate XVG into a lot of services we plan to offer soon. The crypto community needs more partnerships to increase adoption of crypto.”
Verge tweeted about the big event too, saying they are eager to reveal the partnership as promised earlier. Adding on, they said that the money collected during the crowdfunding was being used in ledger NANO integration as well as being used to create a payment gateway to fit in their partner’s need.
Baran, a Twitterati says:
“You did some good work. Well done. I once believed in this coin. But everything they do seems so shady.”
The crowdfunding had some major impacts on XVG’s pricing and value as the experts claim. Verge displayed a tremendous growth and walked away as the winner last week. XVG has been punching above its weight in trading volume all week and is currently priced at $0.082 as seen at 7.40 am UTC.
With many speculations going around in the market, people have commented on various social media:
Johnny Hernandez, a speculator tweeted:
“You should be ashamed for taking money from your community to lock in a partnership. Seen rumours about ledger not knowing about verge integration and ledger integration only costing $20,000. Thoughts?”
Edward, a verge HODLer says:
“I wouldn’t call “taking a donation for NANO integration” a fraud. That’s a pretty legit reason to use crowdfunds – as opposed to just using excess cash to pay out bonuses to CEO’s as most corporations do with excess funds from their inflated stock options.”
Steve Simon, an XVG holder said:
“This team has shown heart. Verge family is the best token community, period. If this is an exit scam, you got me. However, this community-based coin has decentralization for a better world at its nucleus.”
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