The entire globe is moving towards the metaverse. Mainstream firms, governments, and of course, the crypto-verse have all been embracing the industry. However, the metaverse is likely to be flooded with apes and dogs. Several meme coin networks like Shiba Inu [SHIB] have been rolling out their very own metaverse. Baby Doge for instance decided to launch its very first game in the Petaverse.
Almost every other network has been launching its own set of NFTs. This, however, isn’t just for show. An array of these NFTs comes with added benefits. Holders of these NFTs are given additional benefits which range from early access to developments, or an essential role in their respective metaverse. Similarly, Baby Doge gave its NFT holders a chance to explore Decentraland’s metaverse.
Play to Earn or P2E games have garnered immense traction over the last couple of months. The industry seemed to be thriving as several platforms have been releasing their own P2E games. Decentraland rolled out Petaverse, the very first pet park in its metaverse.
Baby Doge emerged as a perfect fit in this pet park. As seen in the above tweet, Baby Doge NFT holders can play games and pocket free tokens. These holders will reportedly earn 2.5x boosted rewards. In addition to this, they would even be able to “unlock some cool NFTs.”
Baby Doge extends its family to 1.6 million
The Baby Doge community has been criticized by many, including Binance’s chief CZ. While it is much anticipated that Binance listing is out of the picture, the network still seemed to be thriving. Earlier today, the network announced that its holder count surged to a high of 1.6 million.
This increase in its holder count could be influenced by its recent announcement. Just yesterday, the network revealed that it had completed its swap and a test net was all set to go live on 15th August.
Meanwhile, the price of the meme coin was up by 6 percent over the last 24 hours. At press time, Baby Doge was trading for $0.000000001658.