Deriving from the esoteric, ever-expanding NFT universe of Bored Ape Yacht Club, ApeCoin is an Ethereum-based token designed to facilitate its ecosystem’s growth. The APE Foundation is the steward of ApeCoin, claiming not to be an overseer, but the base layer on which ApeCoin holders in its decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) can build. Given the token only dropped in 2022, the rise of APE into the upper echelons of crypto has been rapid — helped significantly by the sustained popularity of Bored Apes.
What’s the next best thing to owning a Bored Ape? Some think it’s owning a Shilly.
Staking rewards for APE token are nearly here – can it reboot the Bored Ape hype?
The SEC is reportedly investigating Yuga Labs for potential monkey business and inventors are scratching their butts over what to do next.
Degens are aping into ApeCoin ahead of its new staking service. It is kind of their thing after all…
Metaverse tokens have been following the wider crypto market squeeze with the play-to-earn space seeing the largest selloffs.
The Apes are anything but Bored rn as a mass-liquidation event brews in the NFT space, with too much faith being placed in their ability to sell.
Mon dieu! Phishing scammers in Paris have been exposed for swiping NFTs, joining an anonymous trickster in highlighting the complexities of Tornado Cash while they’re at it.
High-end fashion brand Gucci is taking a strut on the NFT side of life, and it’s chosen ApeCoin to walk alongside it.
As Bored Ape Yacht Club’s Otherside metaverse becomes a reality, ApeCoin reaps the rewards of the hype spilling out of it.
The Bored Ape Yacht Club has had some very serious allegations levied at it recently, but its founders are swinging into action to defend the project. Talk about guerilla warfare.
An internet artist and a prominent YouTuber have released a documentary alleging that the Bored Ape Yacht Club is filled with hidden Nazi and racist references.
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