A Crypto that follows through!
Dallas, Texas Jan 27, 2022 (Issuewire.com) - The revolutionary new Cryptocurrency, The Essential Coin, ($ESC) has made a statement in the last 30 days since launching on pancake swap, and they are not planning on stopping any time soon.
This organization has been around for a short time, yet are moving mountains to make sure that their name will be known. They hold Voice Chats with their community multiple times a week to answer questions and discuss with their community the upcoming developments.
The latest news that was revealed in a recent voice chat should not be taken lightly - on Feb. 28th, 2022, yes, this year, they will be launching their Global NFT Marketplace! Their marketplace will be open to all, where anyone will have the ability to mint, auction, sell and buy NFTs. It will support various types of NFTs like image, audio, video, domain, and much more. The new marketplace will bring together artists, creators, and crypto enthusiasts on a single platform to create and trade NFTs.
The Essential Coin team knows there are many platforms out there, however, many of the prominent marketplaces are all on the Ethereum blockchain. Their marketplace will be launched on the Binance Smart Chain, which means cheaper gas fees compared to those utilizing the Ethereum platforms.
One of their prominent features will be staking. You will be able to stake (refers to locking up non-fungible tokens on a platform) your NFTs and earn passive income in BNB! This marketplace will have all the power-packed features in a single platform with some of the lowest fees known for NFTs.
This is exciting news for everyone that has been interested in getting into NFTs. Mark your calendars and be ready for Feb. 28th. Keep your eyes on $ESC since they have more to come. The Essential Coin says they're just scratching the surface with a lot more just around the corner.
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