Is a Cat Set to Take Over the 'Inuverse'?
It's time to welcome Kitty Inu as a new contender in the Inuverse.
Shiba Inu has taken the cryptoverse by storm this year. The meme token briefly toppled Dogecoin and is one of the most purchased meme coins around, backed by a passionate community (that said, a majority of SHIB is held by a handful of investors).
Of course, both Dogecoin and Shiba Inu do not add much 'real' value to the crypto ecosystem.
The 'Inuverse' is poised for a new project and, yes, in this instance and this instance only, a cat will reign supreme over a dog (dogs>cats for me). It's time to welcome Kitty, a gaming and decentralised finance (DeFi) protocol powered by the Kitty Inu (KITTY) token.
What is Kitty?
Kitty is a gaming and non-fungible (NFT) DeFi protocol powering metaverse and play-to-earn ecosystems. Given the sudden (and long-overdue) metaverse boom following Facebook's rebranding to Meta in the latter half of October, projects like Decentraland, The Sandbox and Gala Games have shot up in valuation.
With Kitty, the narrative is simple. Shiba Inus took the crypto world by storm this year and Kitties are here to claim ownership of the Inuverse and establish a new era called the 'Kittyverse'.
The first game to be released by the ecosystem is called Kitty Kart, powered by KITTY. Its beta version will be released in January 2022.
That's not all. With Emmy award winner Edward Saatchi and former Pixar animators onboard, Kitty Star, an artificially intelligent kitty, will be introduced to the public. Kitty Star is a fully-fledged virtual being with which you can interact on social media!
The marketing team has already displayed multiple billboards in Times Square and Miami. Marketing will begin in China next week.
The ecosystem is bridged to Binance Smart Chain (BSC) today. The token is cheap at the moment, so DYOR and make a decision soon!
Author: Surajdeep Singh
Surajdeep Singh is the marketing director at NFT Contemporary and has been working as an IT and blockchain journalist since 2018. He is a contributor to publications including IT Business Edge, Enterprise Networking Planet, eSecurity Planet & Moni Talks and works as a consultant at Drofa Communications Agency.
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