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    Cupcake is a decentralized social networking platform that is putting users privacy and satisfaction as its first priority. It is an innovative approach towards transparent and independent means of user data ownership, reward on ads and free of speech. It is the first get paid to content creation and sharing ecosystem that leveraged OCR token payments for its reward system.

    Essential Information

    Ico Time
    Oct 20, 2018 – Oct 20, 2020
    Token Name Cupcake
    Token Symbol CC
    Whitepaper View Whitepaper
    Website Link Home
    Price
    TRX 0.05 (≈ $ 0.000788)
    Platform THRON
    Soft Cap
    n/a
    Hard Cap
    n/a

    More about Cupcake (CC) ICO:

    This is one delicious Token that is Tradable on Twitter and Telagram.

    An individual cupcake in a liner topped with a swirl of frosting and sprinkles. The style of cupcake widely varies across platforms. The cake may be sponge or chocolate, the frosting pink or white, and the sprinkles rainbow or red.

    Cupcake was approved as part of Unicode 11.0 in 2018 and added to Emoji 11.0 in 2018.

    Emoji characters can be modified to use one of five different skin tone modifiers. Each tone is based on the Fitzpatrick Scale.

    An Emoji Modifier Sequence is created automatically when a modifier character is inserted after a supported base emoji character, resulting in a single emoji with skin tone.

    Many emojis with skin tones are Emoji ZWJ Sequences, due to the presence of additional characters for gender, multiple people, or a combination of people and objects.

    How many emoji characters are there?
    In total there are 3,304 emojis in the Unicode Standard, as of March 2020. The most recent emoji release is Emoji 13.0, which added 117 new emojis.

    This figure includes sequences for gender, skin tone, flags, and the components that are used to create keycap, flag, and other sequences. More emoji statistics.

    Emoji or emojis? What is the correct plural of emoji?
    Emoji or emojis? What is the correct plural of emoji?

    In Japanese, the plural version of emoji is emoji.

    In written English, Merriam-Webster and Dictionary.com note that emoji and emojis are both commonly used as acceptable plurals of the word “emoji”.

    While words are not given plural forms in Japanese, this may or may not be observed when borrowing a Japanese word such as emoji, to use in English.

    An article about emoji pluralization in The New York Observer states that the Associated Press Stylebook “took a firm stand and opted for emojis” in March of 2013.

    Mark Allen, a board member of the American Copy Editors Society, stated that “emojis is the better English plural” for emoji:

    When words enter English, we usually make them play by our rules, so I think ’emojis’ has the edge,” Mr. Allen said in an email. “A corollary might be the Japanese word ‘tsunami.’ We’re more likely to speak of ‘a series of tsunamis’ rather than ‘a series of tsunami.’”

    Emojipedia uses emojis as the plural of emoji for clarity.

    In Japanese, the plural version of emoji is emoji.

    In written English, Merriam-Webster and Dictionary.com note that emoji and emojis are both commonly used as acceptable plurals of the word “emoji”.

    While words are not given plural forms in Japanese, this may or may not be observed when borrowing a Japanese word such as emoji, to use in English.

    An article about emoji pluralization in The New York Observer states that the Associated Press Stylebook “took a firm stand and opted for emojis” in March of 2013.

    Mark Allen, a board member of the American Copy Editors Society, stated that “emojis is the better English plural” for emoji:

    When words enter English, we usually make them play by our rules, so I think ’emojis’ has the edge,” Mr. Allen said in an email. “A corollary might be the Japanese word ‘tsunami.’ We’re more likely to speak of ‘a series of tsunamis’ rather than ‘a series of tsunami.’”

    Emojipedia uses emojis as the plural of emoji for clarity.

    Emoticon, smiley, emoji, what’s the difference?

    Emoticons and smileys are often used to describe small face-like icons available in instant message services and messaging apps.

    Apps that includes emoticons and smileys are not always compatible with each, as the options and meanings available may not be the same on each platform.

    Emoji is a standardised set of characters that is available on iOS, Android, Windows and macOS. While the artwork for each emoji character varies by platform, the meaning of each symbol remains the same.

    Can I make my own emoji?

    This is not possible. If you create a character on your phone or computer that looks like an emoji symbol, you can send this is an image to others, but not as an emoji which is treated like text.

    How do I get the new emojis?

    The Unicode Standard is updated on an ongoing basis, and new emojis are rolled out to platforms by platform vendors (such as Apple, Google, Microsoft and Samsung), or app vendors (such as Facebook, Twitter, and WhatsApp).

    Updating to the latest version of an app or operating system is the most common way to get new emojis, when support is added by a vendor.

    Why don’t emoji designs look the same on all platforms?

    The appearance of each emoji varies by platform, as the artwork is specific to which fonts are included on the system.

    Does my operating system support emojis?

    All modern operating systems support emoji characters. Input methods and fonts vary, but basic support for emoji display is now widespread. View compatibility.

     

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