AMAchella Mememania Helps Memecoins Find Meaning

Four projects stuck around for nine questions to show case how memecoins can be more than just, well, a meme!

By
Kyle Heise
on
November 18, 2021
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BSC News

Four Memes Look for Meanings

The BSC News Telegram blew up on Wednesday morning as users descended on the commentary of four meme projects of Binance Smart Chain, who joined host Andrew for Ask Me Anything. The text-based AMA kicked off at 18:00 UTC and ended shortly after 19:00 after all projects answered nine questions from the host.

The four projects which joined were: Hamster Coin, Taboo Token, Cum Rocket, and Safemars. Each project shared its vision, the tokenomics and safety of the protocol, and much more. It’s always great to hear directly from the horse’s mouth on many of these developments. The topic of meme tokens leads many to feel like these tokens have no utility or are scams, a stigma they look to shake. 

“This is an important point to address, because, as many of the tokens here, today, can attest, scam groups are a major problem in the crypto space,” said Majid, Chief Operating Officer of Taboo Token. “We have notifications, running messages, and constant communication to try to protect people from scammers, phishers, and other bad actors.”
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The AMA wasn’t all focused on protection from the gloom of crypto. There is much to be excited about concerning each token. Both CumRocket and Taboo Token look to innovate the adult industry, while Hamstercoin and Safemars are growing in hodlers and utility. 

“There will be numerous income streams for creators, including the functions that OnlyFans currently provides but with all the advantages of blockchain,” wrote Lydia Lane, the founder/CEO of Cum Rocket.

For a full transcript of the AMA, jump to the BSC News Telegram here. For a list of all the upcoming events from BSC News, check out our Calendar here.

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Kyle Heise

Born and raised in the East Bay of California. He has studied and worked on three continents and lived in eight countries. Kyle resides in San Francisco. He holds bags mostly in Ethererum, Cake, and BSC GameFi projects.

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