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JUST IN: Pi Chain international has commenced official barter in five countries; plan to extend to others later

Pi Chain international has officially announced the commencement of barter in five countries as part of it’s mandate ahead of the scheduled launching of the Mainnet by the Pi Network’s Core Team any moment from now.

According to the information made available through its official twitter handle @pichianmall the countries listed in this first phase of operation are: Togo, Vietnam, Malaysia, Philippines and Côte D’Ivoire.

The report says more countries and regions will be added to the list later, after this first phase of the operation more countries will be included for barter.[irp]

This however has attracted a lot of comments and reactions with the most notable one coming from @pinetworkupdat “Some wanted to overtake you people. Please include Nigeria on the list @pichainmall.” And another came from @cryptolengend0 “Please add Nigeria 🇳🇬 to the list of five countries in that Nigerians are one of the greatest supporters of Pi and its ecosystem as a whole. Also, Nigeria has alot of people in Pi as the most populous country in Africa.”

In case you are not aware

  • Pi Chain international is an online marketplace where pioneers if implemented can order desired items and pay with PiCoin.
  • Pi Chain international is a platform recognized by the Pi Core Team within it’s ecosystem.

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