The Relaunch of SURVIVE META Brings New LIFE and new opportunities. The vast majority of their community members decided in a one-week-long poll on Telegram to go for a fresh start.
SURVIVE will officially relaunch this Sunday, 27.11.2022, at 4 pm UTC on PancakeSwap. Unfortunately, the FTX collapse may have severely affected the crypto market. SURVIVE was one of the companies directly hit by the storm that the embattled crypto exchange brought. As a result, the project lost parts of its development and marketing funds.
To complete the relaunch and migration, they will sell 75% of the current LP and re-invest in the new LP. The amount will be divided into 30% LP locked for ten years, 50% game development, 10% Marketing, and 10% Reserves. The new allocation of the LP will help them bring new investors on board and promote the beta launch after what happened with FTX.
“This was a big shock for us,” states the CEO and Co-Founder Patrick of SURVIVE. Therefore, he finds that this relaunch is the best solution to help SURVIVE and remove different problems simultaneously. For example, the new token (SURV 2.0) makes trading more accessible and attractive to new users.
Advantages of the new SURV2.0 token:
– No taxes
– Renounced Ownership
– SURVIVE V2 airdrop to all SURV holders
“SURVIVE – Only one will last” is a unique open-world game developed in cooperation with the players and will continuously be updated. SURVIVE Metaverse is divided into Meta City and the No-Go-Area.
A decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) governs Meta City, where $SURV 2.0 token holders control the agenda and vote on policies, for example, the rules on land auctions and what types of content are allowed in the Metaverse. The goal is to build an eco-system around Meta City that will be available on all platforms like PlayStation Network, Apple App Store, Android Play Store, Mac, and Windows.
Company: SURVIVE & NFT GLOBAL LLC
Contact Person: Patrick
Country: United States
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