If you've been meaning to diversify your bonds, look no further then Ghostface Killah's latest business venture, Cream Capitol.

The Wu-Tang Clan member is the co-founder of a new cryptocurrency firm that is hoping to raise $30 million in funding through a digital coin sale. The company will begin selling "Cream Dividend" tokens in November, which can be exchanged for Ether.

According to a Cream Capitol press release, by 2020, the company hopes to "capture more than half of the global cryptocurrency ATM market and make cryptocurrencies more accessible to the general public than ever before."

While Tony Starks doesn't have a technical background in cryptocurrency, Cream Capitol co-founder and CEO Brett Westbrook said the two were long-time business partners.

"However, remember that Wu-Tang is for the children," Westbrook told Pigeons and Planes. "He is very focused on what the youth and millennials are interested in. He is a very solid businessman and has surrounded himself with bright individuals with a hunger for bring new, groundbreaking technologies to market."

As one of four co-founders, Ghostface will also serve as the company's chief branding officer. "His work capacity will be laying out a framework for which cryptocurrencies are more familiar to everyday people," said Westbrook. "Our goal is to help transition cryptocurrency adoption not necessarily away from the technically inclined population, but to create a more inclusive investment and asset management environment for everyday people. He plays a critical role in helping the general public learn more about cryptocurrencies and specifically the benefits and value that Cream Capital brings to this space."

Cream Capitol will be holding a token sale on Nov. 11, 2017

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