The NFT sector is growing day by day with the almost weekly arrival of new innovative projects with quite large communities. The latest one is a project that is close to our heart and would like to unite the NFT world with collectible cards: Digible. This product revolves around their proprietary token called DIGI, a token that can be used to earn money through staking (which will guarantee a small part of the profits of the entire platform). Let’s get to know DIGIBLE better.
The Digible marketplace
The Digible platform is divided into two different sections that offer the possibility to trade (sell or buy) physical rare cards or to sell NFTs of any kind. For each trade, the project takes a small part of the FEE and redistributes these fees to those who believe in the token and decide to hold it and stake it. A WIN-WIN situation if you believe in NFTs and if you think that Digible will make a difference sooner or later. And we’re sure the guys know what they’re doing as a few days ago they were retweeted by a top 10 DJ in the world, Steve Aoki (you can find the tweet below). He is a VIP with about 9 million followers on Twitter, many more than any other crypto Twitter influencer.
Auctions on Digible. In order to participate in Digible’s auctions it is necessary to hold at least 3000 DIGI tokens, which is about $300 at current prices. Each auction has a fixed cost of 10%, which is then divided between the pool dedicated to those staking tokens and the development team. So 5% goes to staking and the other 5% goes to future expenses and the good of the project itself. The fees may seem high, but they are definitely necessary for the long-term well-being of Digibile. We are in complete agreement about the fees.
The extra services offered by Digible
DigiDuel: A sort of duel between two NFT owners; both players have to select a colour and the winning colour takes home the opponent’s NFT. Also in this case there are participation fees that will enrich the staking pool and the project.
DigiSafe: A special place where you can send and store your physical cards (which you can redeem by sending back the NFT attached to it).
DigiGrade: Another great option that verifies the quality and originality of physical cards before sending them to you. In other words, pure security!
The DigiGrade DIGI token
As already mentioned, the Digible project has its own token called DIGI. This token was created in 100 million units and also had two pre-sales: seed and public pre-sale. I was lucky enough to participate in the pre-sale where you only had to send 0.5 Ether to receive about 40,000 DIGI tokens at a price of 0.033 cents per token. The pre-sale, which had a hard cap of 300 Ether, ended in a few minutes, demonstrating the high interest in this beautiful project.
Total token supply of 100M
- 10M – Marketing
- 10M – Digi Development Team
- 7.5 M – Rewards
- 15M – staking Pools
- 16.5M – Seed
- 4.7M – private round
- 24.5M – Pre-Sale
- 11.8M – Liquidity
Note: Team & Marketing tokens will be vested over a 24 month period.
According to CoinGecko’s data, DIGI’s fully diluted marketcap is currently less than $10 million, a very low number for such a complete and well-made project. If you want to stay informed about Digible we suggest visiting the official website or follow the AMA that will take place live with the collaboration of Cointelegraph in less than 30 hours! Happy trading!