The elder brother of late drug kingpinPablo Escobar is launching a new cryptocurrency in a bid to boot US PresidentDonald Trump from office. Less than a day after having a $50 million crowdfunding campaign for its Impeach Trump Fund pulled by GoFundMe, Escobar Inc.is running an initial coin offering (ICO) for a stablecoin pegged to the US dollar, aptly named ESCOBAR. The move is primarily to ensure that no centralized platforms are able to further censor the fundraising efforts of the Escobar estate, which is pledged to be focused almost entirely on dethroning Trump. The estate also aims to competeā€¦ This story continues at The Next Web

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