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Girles Token Launches the Most Awaited Presale of This Year

Mon, 10/03/2022 - 16:00
Girles Token Launches the Most Awaited Presale of This Year
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In September, the most long-awaited presale of this year started. While the world of cryptocurrencies is going through the winter, experts have great expectations for the Girles Metaverse project. According to cryptocurrency analysts, this project has the potential of X50 already in the first months of its existence.

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What is Girles Token?

Girles Token is a decentralized NFT GameFi token built on the Ethereum platform and includes all the latest security features such as:  Non-Mintable, Anti-Whale, Blacklist Function, Fees Limit, Without Transfer of Ownership Function, Auto-Liquidity, Auto-Burning, Non-Stoppable. The Girles Metaverse community has built a whole ecosystem where NFTs are not "just" pictures, but a separate product, where NFTs can be game lands and items that can also be used in P2E games, in NFT Staking, etc. Even before the launch of the presale, the developers wrote 5 different contracts, including NFT Minting, NFT Staking, Token Staking.

The Girles Metaverse roadmap

The founders of Girles Metaverse worked out many details before launching the presale and have over 10 products planned for their users. According to the developers, the Girles Metaverse project shortly will include: P2E games and free-to-play servers, NFT Market, NFT Staking, NFT Minting, NFT Burning, NFT Box, Token Staking, Farms & Pools.

How to buy Girles Tokens?

Participating in the Girles token presale is a good idea as investors can buy tokens at a static price before the price of the token rises. Since the Girles Metaverse project is considered decentralized, absolutely every user can take part in the presale of tokens, just use the links below.

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