The native Caduceus blockhain token CMP will be available on Bybit and other exchanges starting Monday, July 25.
Bybit, the world’s leading digital asset exchange, is to officially list the new Caduceus (CMP) token on Monday, July 25, 2022. Several global digital asset exchanges, including MEXC and Bitget, will also list the token. .
Caduceus is a metaverse protocol for decentralized edge rendering and an infrastructure-level open blockchain platform purpose-built for the metaverse and the decentralized digital world. It is made with next-level processing power and rendering capabilities and has been trained and developed by prominent blockchain investors and scholars.
Caduceus provides a variety of services including decentralized rendering, edge computing, 3D technology, and extended reality technology. Since the introduction of the decentralized edge rendering metaverse protocol, the global impact and popularity of Caduceus has grown at a rapid pace and continues now with the launch of this new native token.
As a native token of the Caduceus metaverse protocol, CMP will be listed simultaneously on different platforms, demonstrating that it is recognized by the world’s most important regulatory and financial bodies.
Due to the diversity and globalization of the blockchain ecosystem, the possibilities and benefits of CMP are endless. An example is a partnership with non-fungible 3D token fashion brand good beastwhich introduced CMP as a community governance token and has already been a great success as well as proof that the economic impact of tokens on the Caduceus metaverse ecosystem is going to be vast.
Future applications of the Caduceus metaverse protocol will also continue to deploy metaverse ecology; connecting different countries and regions; closely integrate the virtual world with the economic system, the social system and the identity system of the real world; build a bridge of value between the real and virtual worlds and also create a global protocol for the metaverse.
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