BTSE Welcomes ILV and NEAR

BTSE Welcomes ILV and NEAR

BTSE Welcomes ILV and NEAR

BTSE is pleased to bring Illuvium (ILV) and Near (NEAR) onto its platform, growing the selection of quality digital assets available to its users.

Illuvium (ILV)

ILV is native to Illuvium, an upcoming role-playing game (RPG) built on Ethereum aiming to be the first blockchain-based AAA video game. Illuvium uses a play-to-earn model where its in-game creatures, Illuvials, are digitized as non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on Ethereum. What’s more, by winning against others in battles, players earn ILV as rewards. 

Currently, ILV tokens can be used for platform governance and for staking in the protocol to receive a portion of in-game revenues.    

ILV has a circulating supply of around 634,000 tokens out of a maximum of 10 million, with a price at $551.30 on January 27, 2022.

Trade ILV here.

NEAR Protocol (NEAR)

NEAR is native to NEAR Protocol, a layer-1 permissionless proof of stake (PoS) blockchain focusing on developer-friendly scaling solutions. The price of NEAR surged to an all-time high of $20.44 on Jan 16, 2022, mainly due to the successful launch of a cross-chain bridge to Ethereum. Its ecosystem has also seen notable growth in terms of funding and the number of projects built on the network. 

NEAR has a circulating supply of around 621 million tokens out of a maximum of 1 billion, with a price at $10.77 on January 27, 2022.

Trade NEAR here.

 

Deposit ILV and NEAR here

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