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The Gaming Token Notcoin Will Be Launched On April 20 Simultaneously With The Bitcoin Halving

source-logo  cryptonews.net 03 April 2024 13:58, UTC

Viral Telegram-based clicker game Notcoin ended its “mining phase” on Monday, as planned, the simple coin-tapping gameplay ending for the time being ahead of the expected token launch and airdrop. Notcoin plans to launch its NOT token on the Open Network (TON) on April 20, according to a tweet on Tuesday. It is estimated that this is the same date that the Bitcoin halving will occur.

Open Builders, the Notcoin team, has previously emphasized the connection to the halving, but on Tuesday made the 4/20 target clear. This is also the famous “meme number” that has caused a lot of discussion and excitement around the halving. Since its public launch in January, Notcoin has attracted over 35 million players, including a peak daily active users (DAU) of over 6 million. In the game, players mine or earn in-game Notcoins, which will eventually be converted into tradable tokens on the network later this month.

Notcoin has already let users speculate on the price of the NOT token, however, as it launched pre-market trading in March via NFT vouchers. Heavy players who had amassed at least 10 million in-game coins could convert their holdings into NFTs on The Open Network, which can be traded and then eventually swapped for the on-chain token. At the time of writing, an NFT voucher for 10 million in-game coins is typically selling for about $52 worth of Toncoin (TON) via the GetGems marketplace. So far, there’s been more than $14 million worth of Notcoin voucher trades.

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