Pi Network, Pi coin (PI) cryptocurrency is the first degital curency that you can mine free on your phone. It was launched as a beta version on Pi day, March 14, 2019, by Stanford grads, Dr. Nicolas Kokkalis, Dr. Chengdiao Fan, Vincent McPhillips, and Aurelien Schiltz. The cryptocurrency quickly gained the interest of users who desire to be a part of a new social network and try to mine free crypto. Especially Pi coin use for trading people daily life. It’s not like other only trade on exchange. So it’s very useful for our life on next coming years.
Origin Travel team promising projects and their work, that is why we made a guide with some simple Pi mining steps that will make you a Pi Network miner.
Is this project real? Is Pi a scam?
Pi is not a scam. This is a real effort by Stanford University graduates to give everyone more access to cryptocurrency.
The core team of Pi Network is led by two Stanford PhDs and one Stanford MBA. Among them is Nicolas Kokkalis;
- PhD at Stanford University and is also the teacher of Vitalik Buterin (the creator of the ETH coin, Dec 2021 the price of 1 ETH is more than 3800 USD).
- Won the Facebook Foundation Award in 2009 for being the founder of the online Gameyola game platform.
- Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of StartX has provided technical assistance to 1300 startups through the StartX project.
- Degree in Computer Science from the University of Crete (Greece).
- Holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Toronto. (the University of Toronto was founded in 1827, ranked first in Canada).
- Lecturer on Blockchain DAPP at Stanford University.