Today, ICURY is relisted at MinteMe.com. MintMe is a crypto platform that allows for the codeless minting of tokens, but also supports the trade of tokens like the ICURY. In October last year, MintMe secured an investment of 25 million USD from GEM Digital, a digital asset investment firm. Since then, it has been relentlessly expanding the number of tokens that can be traded on its platform.
The ICURY (ICY), an ERC-20 token that is solely distributed through airdrops, had been traded for a while at Nocks and Txbit. Nocks stopped after its takeover by a Dutch competitor. Txbit reduced its footprint in the crypto market because of EU regulatory issues. It is, therefore, exciting that MintMe decided to relist the ICURY on its modern exchange platform. For the ICURY community a great step forward.
MintMe starts with supporting the ICURY/MintMe Coin trading pair. At the moment, MintMe Coin is traded around 0.07 USD, according to Coinmarketcap, and currently has a market cap of close to 14 million USD of tokens in circulation. Although it is not one of the bigger tokens in terms of market cap, and the exchange’s footprint is still relatively small, it is gaining traction. According to Similarweb, MintMe.com is quickly climbing in terms of popularity, especially in the UK. Naturally, more than 50% of the visitors are below the age of 35, and around 60% are male.
What are the trading fees on MintMe? The deposit fee is 0 as standard in the market. The withdrawal fee is 0.1 MINTME / 0.0005 BTC / 0.009 ETH / 29 USDC / 0.003 BNB. The trading transaction taker and maker fees are each 1%.
The relisting of the ICURY is a continuation of the experimental approach that Icecat follows regarding cryptos. Other recent experiments included the minting of new ICURY tokens on Polygon and the creation of NFTs on Polygon and Solana. Because these crypto networks embraced the more sustainable Proof Of Stake (POS) protocol earlier than Ethereum. In 2022, also Ethereum switched from Proof Of Work to the more efficient POS protocol. However, I still strongly believe that only zero-cost crypto networks are fully sustainable in the long run, which will replace POS inevitably.
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