STEPN: How Play-to-Earn gaming tokens have fared since the launch of its DEX

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Amidst regulatory sanctions, DDOS attacks, and the general market downturn that has impacted the activities of the leading play-to-earn gaming platform, STEPN launched its decentralized exchange (DEX) on 11 June. By a whitepaper published by the team, the DEX was referred to as DOOAR.

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STEPN (GMT): A Walk-to-Earn Lifestyle App - Crypto news

STEPN (GMT), an innovative GameFi platform on the Solana blockchain, provides users with unique opportunities of participating in play-to-earn game and other innovative fitness solutions consistent with users' lifestyle choices.


Stepn GST Token Slides 97% – Despite Fitness App Having 3M Users - NewsBTC

Stepn (GST) is competing in the fitness industry using cryptocurrencies and the blockchain. Stepn is a smartphone software built on Solana and produced by app developer FindSatoshi Lab that allows users to earn money by jogging, running, or walking.


In-Depth Look at Stepn in Light of Changing Market Conditions - Crypto Reporter

The cryptocurrency market is a rapidly changing environment that sees the advent of both promising projects with real-life applications and services that capitalise on the wave of instant and short-lived hype. Among such projects that attract immense interest for speculative purposes or based on forced popularity are many NFT applications. Despite having some speculative underpinnings,

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‘Move-to-Earn' Game STEPN Hit With DDoS Attacks, Again! - Cryptoknowmics

This weekend, the popular crypto game STEPN, which uses Solana NFTs, was subjected to a series of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, the third in many months. “We have encountered several DDoS attacks over the past few hours,” the people behind the game said in a tweet on Sunday.


STEPN launches double energy event to apologise for flagging users as bots - CryptoSlate

A new update has been released for the popular move-to-earn application, STEPN, that adds a complex ANTI-CHEAT mechanism to the game. The post STEPN launches double energy event to apologise for flagging users as bots appeared first on CryptoSlate.


STEPN News: Move-to-Earn App Upgrades Cheat System to Stop Bad Actors - Coinfomania

Solana-based move-to-earn project STEPN has released an artificial intelligence (AI) anti-cheating system to prevent bad actors from exploiting its platform.  STEPN Launches Anti-Cheating System In a blog post on Friday, the project said the anti-cheating system dubbed SMAC was created to protect its platform from malicious users.


GMT Prices Rebound Sharply After Crashing 80% In A Month - DCForecasts

The GMT prices rebound sharply after recently crashing 80% in one month and one analyst even called STEPN a “hype-driven speculative frenzy” so let's read more today in our latest altcoin news today. The GMT prices pushed down due to the downside pressure which seems to be nearing exhaustion.


Stepn to block mainland China users in compliance with regulators, SCMP says - The Block

The company will begin “checking and clearing out” mainland China users and stop providing them GPS and IP geolocation services on July 15. The post Stepn to block mainland China users in compliance with regulators, SCMP says appeared first on The Block.


Chinese Crypto Regulations Force NFT Gaming App Stepn to Block Mainland Users - Bitcoin

China's anti-crypto regulations have reportedly forced the non-fungible token (NFT) game, Stepn, to exclude users from the mainland starting on July 15. Shortly after the announcement, Stepn's in-game cryptocurrency is reported to have briefly dropped by 38%. Stepn Adheres to Local Regulations China mainland users of the NFT gaming app Stepn will not be able


STEPN Token Crashes Following China Ban Announcement - Bitcoinist

The two popular twin tokens, STEPN (GMT) and Green Satoshi (GNT), plunged following the announcement that the app would ban players from mainland China. GMT fell from $1.24 to $0.83 following the ban announcement but has regained strength and is now at $1.05.

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