The objective of the Golden Inu presale launch is to outpace Dogecoin and Shiba Inu.
Golden Inu, a community-focused project, has raised over $110,000 in its GOLDEN token presale. The project aims to challenge popular meme coins like Dogecoin and has been called the “Shiba Inu Killer.” It poses a serious threat to Dogecoin’s top rank in the market. The presale consists of four rounds, and participants will receive a utility token that provides passive crypto rewards in a cutting-edge DAO ecosystem. So far, the project has raised approximately 56.4 ETH and issued 3.1 quadrillion GOLDEN tokens out of the six quadrillion tokens set for the presale.
After the presale, GOLDEN will be listed on popular decentralized exchanges PancakeSwap and Uniswap. The team also plans to list the token on other major exchanges like Binance and Coinbase. The project has already gained interest from both exchanges, and the BEP-20 GOLDEN token and its trading data are listed on Coin Indexes. What sets Golden Inu apart from its competitors is its dual-blockchain ecosystem, which allows seamless transactions from both the Ethereum and Binance blockchains.
To participate in the presale, users must set up a wallet compatible with Ethereum and fund it with ETH. The purchased tokens will be visible on the presale page after it closes. Golden Inu has several advantages over its competitors. Firstly, the GOLDEN token is deflationary, meaning its supply will decrease over time, potentially leading to increased demand and price appreciation. Secondly, the project has a team of experienced developers and marketers who are positioning Golden Inu as a competitive project in the cryptocurrency community. Lastly, Golden Inu is focusing on innovation in entertainment by creating a 3D play-to-earn game called Golden Inuverse. This game allows players to explore, battle, and trade in a virtual world, earning rewards in GOLDEN.
The full launch of the Golden Inuverse game could drive major adoption and engagement from the SHIB, DOGE, and gaming communities. However, users must do their own research before taking any actions related to the company as this content is provided by a third party and crypto.news does not endorse any product mentioned.