DeFi.Gold Unveils Memecoins Flurbo and Schmeckle, Pioneering Web3 Gaming and DAOs

July 10, 2024 BACK TO NEWS

DeFi.Gold has set the stage for innovation in the cryptocurrency space with the launch of two memecoins, Flurbo and Schmeckle, in collaboration with its seed investors. These tokens mark a significant step towards integrating blockchain technology into a new Web3 game, leveraging both Bitcoin and the Telegram Open Network (TON) blockchains.

Flurbo, available immediately for community minting, and Schmeckle, set to debut on Magic Eden on July 19, 2024, are more than just digital assets. They represent the cornerstone of a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) that aims to redefine in-game economies and governance structures.

Mona Coyle, CEO of DeFi.Gold, expressed her enthusiasm, emphasizing that these tokens symbolize the future of metaverse economies. She highlighted their dual functionality as both gaming currencies and governance tokens within the DAO, emphasizing their potential to revolutionize digital asset ownership and community engagement.

The launch includes plans for an airdrop of Flurbo and Schmeckle Runes to DGOLD token holders by the end of Q2 2024, further incentivizing participation and fostering community growth.

In addition to these exciting developments, DeFi.Gold announced the imminent debut of its decentralized NFT marketplace on the Bitcoin Testnet. Scheduled for launch alongside support for testnet Ordinals, the marketplace will facilitate the trading of RGB and Taproot Asset NFTs starting in August. Community-led quality assurance testing through the Zealy campaign aims to ensure a seamless user experience.

Looking ahead, DeFi.Gold anticipates the testnet rollout of its launchpad for Runes tokens, enhancing accessibility and liquidity for its growing ecosystem of digital assets. This initiative underscores DeFi.Gold's commitment to advancing decentralized finance on the Bitcoin blockchain, leveraging Layer 1 capabilities and the Lightning Network for enhanced scalability and efficiency.