A Chinese girl who has become a pioneer in blockchain technology, has launched a blockchain-backed token called “Kittylin” to help Chinese girls go to school.
The “Kitty” token, launched by the girl, was launched on December 3 on the official Chinese blockchain.
The girl, who goes by the stage name of Kitty Li, said the token is an extension of the Chinese language for young people to use their real names and have their IDs verified.
She said she has seen more than a 100,000 applications for the token.
It’s not the first time the girl has used blockchain technology for education.
In 2015, she set up the “KITTELIN ICO” in order to raise funds for her own education, including a school for girls.
The KITTELINE ICO was one of the first tokens to be backed by cryptocurrency.
It raised $6.6 million in funding, and the girl said she hopes to raise $50 million in the future.
The Kitty token is a digital token that allows users to trade it for BTC.
Kitty is a virtual currency that can be bought and sold with real-world currencies.
It also acts as a currency in the blockchain, which allows users and businesses to exchange and transfer funds with each other.
The tokens are priced at 1.0 BTC for an ICO token.
The ICO token has no value outside of China.
Kitty’s blockchain platform has more than 70,000 users.
The girl said that she hopes that her token will be used for her school education, and also for her other projects.
Kittelin is the latest example of blockchain technology that has gone mainstream.
The Chinese government is considering the creation of a new national currency, called a “national digital currency,” that will allow the government to create money for all the citizens.