PRESS RELEASE. It is looking like the dawn of a new beginning for crypto enthusiasts across the globe as the Girles Token – GIRLES practically raises the bar, with reports that holders of trending coins such as Cardano (ADA) and DogeCoin (DOGE) are selling to purchase the versatile, utility token. Girles Token is the primary currency of the Girles Metaverse, which consists of NFT Metaverse, P2E Alliance, and free-to-play servers.
The crypto space has witnessed tremendous growth over the years, with the increasing use cases of blockchain technology and the emergence of products and solutions such as NFTs and the Metaverse, further attracting millions of people to the phenomenon. However, many crypto enthusiasts still struggle to harness the features and benefits of the technology, which probably underlines the increasing popularity of Girles Token – GIRLES.
GIRLES is already launched on presale, which comes in 5 different stages and potential profits of up to 200% for early birds. The increasing popularity of the token and the way it has practically overtaken the likes of Cardano (ADA), DogeCoin (DOGE), and even the seemingly almighty Shiba, is not surprising, considering its features and the project it backs. The presale of GIRLES is scheduled to end on 20 December 2022, and it is particularly unique as it allows every user category to be a part of the movement. Unlike other presale events, the GIRLES presale is without the so-called whitelist, bringing the essence of decentralization to crypto enthusiasts and ultimately helping to create a sustainable ecosystem that would exclude sharp price changes when investing outside the presale.
For further information about the presale of Girles Token and other aspects of the Girles project, visit – https://girles.org/. Girles also has a growing online community across social media, including Twitter, Telegram, and Discord.
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