Play-to-Earn Game MonkeyBall Selected as the Launch Partner of StarLaunch
- MonkeyBall to be featured as inaugural flagship partner of StarLaunch’s IDO launch.
- For the sale slated for November 30, 1% of MonkeyBall’s total supply will be available.
- MonkeyBall will set the standard for the top-tier projects set to launch on StarLaunch .
Blockchain technology has advanced the crypto space in ways that can’t be overemphasized. Particularly, the Play-to-Earn (P2E) games that are growing in popularity. MonkeyBall, the Solana-based P2E game has been selected as the launch partner of StarLaunch, a new Solana-based IDO and incubation platform.
Ultimately, MonkeyBall will set the standard for all StarLauch’s future sales, both in terms of the quality of projects and the final result results for participants. According to StarLaunch, picking MonkeyBall comes as an inherent choice for them. This is because of its large community and investor backing as well as its strong foundation as an innovative high-production-value, Play-to-Earn game.
MonkeyBall is offering 1% of its total supply, or 10,000,000 out of 1 billion MBS tokens for the sale which is scheduled for November 30. Comparatively, the price is set to $0.04 per MBS with an implied fully diluted valuation of $40 million. With its native token, MBS championing the MonkeyBall ecosystem, the play-to-earn game is taking the turn-based game feel of Final Fantasy into a FIFA street-like setting — but the soccer players are monkeys. On top of that, players own and control a team of four monkeys who must win soccer matches against other monkey teams. When winning matches, users are rewarded with MonkeyBucks $MBS, the main token that fuels the game economy.
Another way to earn MBS is by completing missions, which means, owning stadiums that host games. Likewise, by attending other matches and cheering for a monkey team. Users can spend MBS tokens to upgrade their monkey team or to buy items from the game’s store. Of note, the game DAO will manage in-game stores and associated treasury which will be governed through the SCORE token. Thus, ensuring transparency and user-ownership of the game. Interestingly, owning MBS at the early stage will also entitle holders to the upcoming MonkeyBall NFT drop of 5000 Gen0 monkeys. These will then be the first usable NFTs for building monkey teams once the game launches. The MonkeyBall IDO on StarLaunch will leverage its unique bi-token participation model.
Additionally, StarLaunch separates the concept of the governance token and IDO access stake, with the former done through $STARS, a deflationary token. Meanwhile, the latter role is delegated to Hydrazine ($N2H4). To clarify, Hydrazine is the “fuel” used to take part in IDOs on StarLaunch, and it is generated by staking $STARS.
Other unique features of the StarLaunch pad include its insurance mechanism, which protects users from complete failures of the project and outright scams. This means that choosing the right projects for IDOs is even more important. Head of Marketing at MonkeyBall, Oren Langberg expresses how happy he and his team are about StarLanch choosing them. He says,
We are psyched to be selected as StarLaunch’s flagship IDO,” “From the team that brought us CardStarter, StarLaunch has all the right elements we strove for in a partner, most importantly a team as dedicated and MonkeyNuts as us that also has a proven track record of successful IDOs
Similarly, Aatash Amir, CEO at StarLaunch affirms that,
MonkeyBall represents the future of on-chain gaming. As such we are thrilled to have them as our flagship IDO”, “As one of the most anticipated play-to-earn games out there, MonkeyBall will set the standard for the top-tier projects set to launch on StarLaunch
Conclusively, MonkeyBall discloses that it raised $3M from various venture capitalists and angels, including, Ventures, NFX, iAngels, Longhash, CMS, Republic, Shalom Meckenzie (founder of DraftKings (NASDAQ:)), Yoni Assia (founder of eToro), Shahaf Bar-Geffen (CEO of COTI) and Nimrod Lehavi (co-founder of Simplex).
How to sell Tether in Prague?
Stablecoins are gaining popularity rapidly, and more people are discovering them. So, if you already know the pros of stablecoins, such as Tether, you must know how, where, and when to buy and sell USDT. So if you are looking for a place to sell Tether in Prague and want to know all the peculiarities of selling USDT, this article is for you!
Let’s first talk about what exactly Tether is. Tether is, as it was mentioned before, a type of stablecoin. Stablecoins are cryptocurrencies backed by some other currency, in the case of the tether – the US dollar. This makes the currency relatively stable because its value is not changing as much as Bitcoin or Ethereum. So if you are looking for a decentralized currency that would at the same time be stable, you should definitely consider buying Tether.
Let’s assume you already have stablecoins, and now your question is, “how do I sell my USDT?”. Although for some, it might be unclear how to sell Tether, in fact, the process is straightforward and available for anyone. There are many options to buy and sell stablecoins, but the crypto exchange is the easiest and fastest way to sell USDT.
Many wonder how to sell Tether for cash and if it’s possible. And the answer is “yes, it is!”. Special exchange services will allow you to buy and sell your coins for your preferred currency.
Since all exchanges work similarly, we will focus on exchanges in Prague. One of the best places to sell Tether in Prague is B2Cash. This exchange allows you to buy and sell Tether in just a few minutes. B2Cash is one of the most reliable platforms which will enable you to sell Tether in the Czech Republic. Thanks to its easy and initiative mechanisms, even those who have never dealt with selling crypto can do that easily. All you need to do is to find the exchange’s website and contact the manager to find out about the temporary rate. The manager will provide you with all the necessary information and guide you so you can sell your Tether in a few minutes. Many people choose B2Cash to sell Tether for cash in Prague because it also offers its users very affordable commissions.
Now that you know where to sell your Tether, you might wonder when to sell and buy USDT. Although USDT is a stablecoin, its value, as any other currency, can still change. So it is essential to do your market research before selling any asset. By regularly doing your research, you will be able to analyze the current situation and decide whether it’s suitable for selling or buying your Tether. The good news is that buying Tether is as easy as selling it, and it can also be done at the same crypto exchange.
Summing up, dealing with cryptocurrencies and stablecoins is much easier than it seems at first glance. You should simply know how to buy and sell it, find your reliable exchange, and do your research! I hope that now you have no questions about selling and buying tether, so it’s high time to join the crypto market.
Apple forced Coinbase to remove NFT transfers
Apple NFT news: Coinbase said Apple is demanding a 30% tax on the gas fee used for NFT transfers. NFT coinbase wallet users can no longer send NFTs due to Apple’s interference.
Coinbase said it could not meet the requirement even if it tried because the iPhone maker’s own in-app purchasing system does not support cryptocurrency. Note that the current stock price of Apple was not affected by the situation.
Users affected by this decision, i.e. iPhone owners, will find it “much harder to transfer this NFT to other wallets. Coinbase added that the blockage may have been an oversight, and urged Apple to contact the company with any questions.
Coinbase first announced the NFT coinbase wallet in December 2021, giving users access through the app to trading platforms such as OpenSea. The NFT token issuance and trading platform was conceived as a peer-to-peer marketplace equipped with social platform functionality. This feature should help community members find new NFT tokens and collections.
In November, Apple updated the App Store’s NFT rules, so developers can now sell tokens they have placed on the App Store. However, the new rules prohibit using cryptocurrencies, cryptocurrencies, and QR codes to unlock features in the app. Also, development companies must have a license to operate in the country where the app is sold.
Earlier, we reported that crypto investors intended to achieve the arrest of FTX through protests.
Tether says its USDT loans are “over-secured”
Tether, the issuer of the USDT stablecoin, claimed that the USDT loans it issues are characterized by overcollateralization. This was the project’s response to a recent Wall Street Journal study. In it, WSJ analysts expressed fears that Tether’s current lending practices could trigger a new crisis in the crypto industry.
According to WSJ, Tether lends its own USDT Coins to customers without exchanging them for hard currency. As a consequence, in the event of a crisis, the company may not have enough long-term liquid assets to repay the money you borrow USDT and redeem these coins. So it makes sense to apply for USDT loans to companies that offer the opportunity to pledge various stocks of large companies. For example, at the current stock price of Amazon or another corporation.
Such fears are understandable amid a steady stream of news about the collapse of the FTX crypto exchange and its implications for the crypto market. In particular, the ensuing market collapse may have also contributed to the “erosion” of Tether’s collateral.
In response to these accusations, the project published a post on Twitter with the eloquent title “The hypocrisy of the mainstream media falling asleep at the information wheel.”
The project’s management believes that the WSJ analysts are completely mistaking the USDT kinoin itself for the collateral backing it. Meanwhile, “Tether’s secured loans are characterized by over-collateralization and are even backed by additional equity if necessary.”
According to the company, 82.45% of its reserves are currently held in U.S. Treasuries and other cash equivalents. Meanwhile, the decline in the USDT token is irrelevant to the value of loan collateral. Such fluctuations in quotations are only relevant to the exchange value of the coin itself.
Recall that the project boasts the longest list of accusations against it about insufficient collateralization of its stablecoins and/or lack of transparency of information on this topic.
We previously reported that hackers have stolen $3.37 billion worth of cryptocurrencies since the beginning of the year.
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