Meme-pay era is coming?

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The recent clicker game craze has pushed the web2 community to the web3. What are the top projects intending to do with that afterwards?

Following Notcoin’s impressive launch, the clicker craze emerged on the Telegram app market. Many projects, like Hamster Kombat, use traffic to generate additional revenue from advertising; others, like Blum, use it as traction demonstration and onboarding for their primary product.

Naturally, the concept of getting free stuff and making quick money by doing small tasks became viral. Using gamified mechanics such as peer-to-peer fights, leaderboard progression, and referral systems, projects compete for audiences. First and foremost, every user anticipates each coin’s successful listing and, occasionally, the product’s release. One thing is certain, though: to keep the audience interested, projects need to offer opportunities and long-term prospects for using their crypto.

It looks like projects are starting to take proactive steps to keep their intended audience interested. We have to commend their creative and bold approach – it seems that they decided to get into deals with crypto card providers to enable the use of memcoins as payment in grocery stores and gas stations. Recently, Twitter and Telegram users posted videos of making payments with cards branded by popular memcoins and clickers.

https://twitter.com/CryptoBull31/status/1800560287789330612?t=dCoB7k_WshjNX3yZBpwZzA&s=19

https://x.com/flamecryptos/status/1799810115832520942?s=46&t=7SRTP6CFRXsa12Hji-gzOw

https://t.me/XrosChat/626535

https://t.me/CRYPTOTEEKA/848

We are not aware of who can use these crypto cards – the official memecoin websites have not provided any information yet. Still, it’s obvious that top projects are focused on providing their web3 users with off-ramp solutions in addition to securing the web2 market.

We have to admit that this is a reasonable decision. First of all, crypto cards help to spread the use of cryptocurrencies around the globe. Second, officials in many countries seriously limit the ability to exchange and top up regular debit cards using cryptocurrency services. Third, the rapidly expanding decentralized finance market requires simpler choices for swapping and withdrawing cryptocurrency into cash. For example, to obtain fiat money in exchange for a token, a DeFi user now has to use at least four services with verification.

In fact, top centralized exchanges have already started addressing the issue of providing crypto payment cards. However, gaining a license is a difficult and bureaucratic process that regulators closely monitor. As a result, all current solutions mostly apply to local areas, exchange rates are quite high, and the options for using a crypto card are quite limited.

This is why memecoins and clickers dealing with crypto card payments sounds like a super bold move and a game-changing trend. Perhaps in the coming days, we will see the “un-scamming memcoins” trend, which will end up as a viral mass adoption of the cryptocurrency?

Carry Weis

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