So, GangstaBet’s token, GBET, has been listed on CoinMarketCap, one of the world’s most referenced cryptocurrency tracking sites.
You can also find the GBET at CoinGecko, another major cryptocurrency tracking site.
The token has been having a good new year in terms of sales volume.
GangstaBet is one of the ICON ecosystem’s leading NFT games. Inspired by all your favorite gangster films of the 1990s, the game features a collection of 5,555 unique “gangster” and “detectives” NFT characters (all of which have been sold), the skills of which evolve as you burn GBET. Characters can move up the ranks: gangsters go from lowly casino workers to global mob bosses, while detectives go from junior detective to chief constable.
The game should get even more interesting once its upcoming Metaverse gets going.
GangstaBet distributes GBET to holders on a daily basis. Holders use GBET to upgrade their character’s skills or change their names. The supply of GBET will periodically decrease until it stops in nine years, which will make skill and name changes increasingly rare. This will also make characters at higher levels even more valuable.
Of course, GangstaBet isn’t the only ICON project related to NFTs to get listed on CoinMarketCap recently. Earlier this month, the CFT — the governance token of the Craft Network, ICON’s very own NFT market — also got listed on CoinMarketCap, bringing the coin some additional exposure.
Meanwhile, GangstaBet announced last month that it will airdrop 100,000 OMM to all GangstaBet NFTs with levels or ranks above 4. According to GangstaBet, “This means that if your NFT’s level is at least Associate or Chief Inspector, you’ll receive OMM tokens.”
The snapshot for the airdrop is Jan. 31. Mark your calendar.