PRESS RELEASE. While Bitcoin and most of the Altcoins are falling, Pteria DAOs Token PTERIA has not been beaten and is currently on Mars and topping $ 40.
The moon is too close now, so Mars is the real new all-time high to reach.
The token, which was first listed on decentralized exchanges like Uniswap and Balancer just a few months ago, marks its all-time high today and is now worth over $ 40 as you can see Coinmarketcap or Coingecko.
Recently Pteria announced The interesting mission project offers an annual reward of up to 24% for those who block their PTERIA tokens and vote for the DAO’s proposals.
Currently, over 2 million tokens have been deployed on the called platform in less than a month Aragon.
Pteria and Wallem
All of this comes at a time when, due to Covid-19 and related worldwide lockdowns and curfews, the Wallem The project, the first game to use the PTERIA token, is suspended.
As with Pokémon Go, Wallem lets you track discounts and items by driving around town. Because of this, the project is at a standstill due to the restrictions imposed by the governments of almost every country, although this is from the calendar of events, you can see that everything will resume on April 9th.
In fact, at the time of its creation, the Pteria DAO decided to offer games like Wallem as tokens, making it the first decentralized autonomous organization to support various games and applications. Wallem is the first in the series, but more will be announced in the future.
The burning of PTERIA tokens
Compared to the first aid of 21 million, the DAO decided to burn most of the total supply and now only has 7 million tokens left in order to create an extremely scarce token ecosystem.
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