MetaOctagon’s MOTG Token Will Be Listed on the Gate.io Exchange
Seoul, Korea, November 22, 2022 – (SEAPRWire) – MetaOctagon, which is developing a global complex cultural space and metaverse project based on “Club Octagon”, announces that its own token, MOTG, will be listed on Gate.io, a global cryptocurrency exchange, on November 22.
Gate.io is a global Top 15 blockchain asset exchange established in 2013, with about 12 million members from 130 countries trading more than 1,500 cryptocurrencies in about 2,500 coin markets worldwide.
MetaOctagon is a Web 3.0-based metaverse project that aims to recreate “Club Octagon”, which has created a global cultural space more than just a dance club and to expand MetaOctagon’s worldview and MOTG ecosystem.
Metagonz is an NFT project of virtual human DJ and 3D metaverse avatar, developed and released to expand the MetaOctagon ecosystem.
MOTG token is used in Gotcha Box, Item Shop, and METAPLAYER X : Moblie Dapp, which are released from the MetaOctagon worldview, including Metagonz NFT minting.
If users hold Metagonz NFT, you can get lifetime free pass benefits from Metagonz affiliated clubs in Korea, including Seoul, Busan, and Daegu. In addition, tickets of Large-scale music festivals in Korea and membership discount tickets will be provided.
MetaOctagon project official said, “We will do our best to activate MOTG tokens in the frozen coin market along with MOTG’s listing on Gate.io, and we will not only build token economies through MOTG tokens but also provide new services to users with NFT content that strengthen user-compensated processes.”
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