PRESS RELEASE. LONDON, ENGLAND – February 15th, 2023 – Neon Link, the new blockchain gaming ecosystem consisting of a layer-1 blockchain, native coin, wallet, dex, bridge, games and more is opening up the opportunity to own part of this project by holding the NEON coin on the 15th February at 5PM UTC. By connecting a wallet and purchasing coins with ERC-20 $ETH or $USDT, anyone can invest in some of the 55 million coins that are on offer in this presale.
Combining web3 innovation with gameplay-first experiences for gamers and game developers, Neon Link is racing through a sophisticated roadmap that includes, amongst other things, the release of an AI-enhanced Software Development Kit (SDK) for game developers.
The game-focused NEON coin provides utility and governance to the Neon Link blockchain and its suite of products and can be earned through gameplay in any of the three upcoming Neon Link Games: Ascend The End (which has recently launched its Closed Alpha test), Neon Saga and Neon Punks Arcade.
The Neon Bridge can be used to bridge tokens from one chain to another, with all major chains supported and more to be added in the future.
The minimum purchase is $12 and the maximum is $50,000 worth of Neon Coin, and prices are discounted through bands as the sale progresses. Funds will be allocated to the development of the games, community growth, and an accelerator program for the first 20 projects that sign up to build games on Neon Link.
Visit the Presale Page to find out more, and sign up to receive important updates and take part on the 15th of February at 5pm UTC.
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