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Notcoin (NOT) listed on start trading a new gaming token!

We are thrilled to announce that Notcoin (NOT) is now available for trading on This listing marks a significant milestone for the Notcoin community and opens up new opportunities for traders and enthusiasts alike.

Notcoin (NOT) is a gaming token with more than 35 million users. Notcoin sets itself apart from other cryptocurrencies with its community-driven ethos. Unlike many projects, Notcoin has no investors, no large whales and no shady schemes. Instead, it relies on pure community involvement and growth.

NOT operates on the TON blockchain, also known as The Open Network. It’s a fast, secure and scalable blockchain platform designed for mass adoption. Developed by Telegram, TON boasts high transaction speeds and low fees, making it the perfect network for a community-driven token like NOT. This translates to a smooth user experience for gamers and voucher holders, with fast and affordable transactions on the Notcoin ecosystem. NOT is now available on for deposits and trading with USDT.

Token market cap and distribution

πŸ™Œ Community first. The lion’s share of 80.2 billion NOT goes directly to miners and voucher holders, solidifying the community as the core stakeholder.

πŸš€ Future growth. 22.5 billion NOT is reserved for attracting new users, traders, future listing campaigns, and the continued development of Notcoin.

With a half billion market capitalisation, NOT is ranked 123rd out of all 9,960 active cryptocurrencies listed on CoinMarketCap as of 20th May 2024.

We’re excited to welcome notcoin to the coin list and look forward to seeing how this dynamic project evolves in the future. Join us in celebrating this exciting milestone and start trading NOT today!

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