A virtual Floki on the way...Dogecoin spin-off Floki Inu is diving into the Metaverse as part of its massive advertising campaign.
- Floki is getting its own Metaverse in February, says the team behind the memecoin. It’ll be a gaming universe where people can earn NFTs.
- The global advertising push has reached 15 countries so far, but ran into trouble when Floki adverts on the London Tube caused concern over unregulated assets and prompted an investigation into the campaign.
- The Metaverse is a $1tn investment opportunity, and metaverse-related cryptos have flown 37,000% this year. Floki has lost 52% in the last month.
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Another dog in the kennel17,000 Floki-fans are knocking down the door of every exchange in the block to get a listing as the token outperforms Shiba.
🐕 There’s another dog coin on the scene, and Floki Inu has got a dedicated following of 17,000 fans that are petitioning to get a Coinbase listing for their pet project.
🐩 Floki is named after on Elon Musk’s own Shiba Inu dog, Floki, but has moved out of Elon’s eye. In a show of strength, Floki has lifted over 550% since Musk said Dogecoin was the only dog-coin he owned.
🐕🦺 Floki Inu is currently outperforming rival Shiba Inu, which is down 24% for the week so far.