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Hamster Kombat P2E Telegram Game Grows to Over 150M Users – the Next Notcoin?

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After Notcoin’s rapid ascent to notoriety, a new Telegram-based game is turning heads as its user base skyrockets.

The game is called Hamster Kombat, and its whacky concept has attracted 150 million players.

Hamster Kombat User Base Surges 50% in 1 Week

One in six Telegram users have signed up for Hamster Kombat, making it one of crypto’s hottest new inventions.

It’s based on a tap-to-earn model, where users tap a cute hamster to generate points, which they can use to grow an in-game, imaginary crypto exchange.

By building a crypto empire with a “Hamster CEO” as the mascot, users will gain eligibility for an upcoming airdrop for real crypto rewards.

This is akin to Notcoin, which launched a Telegram-based Play-to-Earn game, attracted tens of millions of users, and then launched a token airdrop.

Notcoin released the NOT token in May, and it currently holds a market cap north of $2 billion. Its price is up 11% in the last day, while the total crypto market cap is down 0.59%.

Indeed, this suggests a decoupling from the wider market, likely fueled by its vast user base.

Per the latest update, Notcoin recently crossed the 40 million user mark.

However, Hamster Kombat claims to have 150 million users, up over 50% in one week. With 900 million users on Telegram, that means one in six is now playing Hamster Kombat!

The project has also surpassed Notcoin’s Telegram group size, with over 36 million members compared to Notcoin’s 8 million.

So, considering Hamster Kombat has a token airdrop in the pipeline, this could undoubtedly be the next big deal in crypto gaming.

Its rapidly growing success has even garnered attention from the world’s largest media institutions, like Bloomberg.

In a recent article, Bloomberg argued that projects like Hamster Kombat could make gaming the next “killer app” for crypto.

And with Notcoin’s $2 billion market cap already demonstrating a huge demand for gaming cryptos, the timing couldn’t be better for Hamster Kombat to launch a token.

But while traders eagerly await the launch, another P2E game has released a cryptocurrency that is quickly gaining momentum.

The project is called PlayDoge, and its unique Tamagotchi-inspired concept has triggered nostalgic excitement across the board. It is currently undergoing a presale and has raised over $4 million so far.

Another P2E Token to Watch: PlayDoge Raises Over $4M 

With $4 million raised in under three weeks, PlayDoge is shaping up as crypto’s hottest gaming presale.

The project also has a meme coin element through its doge-themed mascot, which helps draw investments from meme coin enthusiasts. 

However, PlayDoge’s true value lies in its captivating P2E game. Inspired by the hit 1990s Tamagotchi game, which sold over 82 million units, PlayDoge players will care for their pet doge, ensuring it is fed, healthy, and entertained.

They’ll rack up XP points, pushing them up the project’s leaderboard and providing more $PLAY.

This concept is similar to the tap-to-earn approach of Toncoin and Hamster Kombat, so there’s no surprise that presale investment is piling in.

PlayDoge users must hold the $PLAY token to earn rewards, providing a steady and long-term demand stream.

It also has a staking layer, which enables users to lock up their $PLAY in exchange for passive rewards.

Alongside its immediate interest from investors, renowned industry analysts have also gotten on board with the presale.

One of those is the Cryptonews YouTube channel, which recently suggested its price could 100x after launching on exchanges.

The current PlayDoge presale price is $0.00508, but this will rise throughout the campaign, with the next uptick in one day.

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