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DeFi Yield Protocol (DYP) Anticipates Metaverse Platform Launch With Major Listings

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DeFi Yield Protocol (DYP) announced listings on several industry-leading exchanges, including Coinbase, Huobi Global, and MEXC.

This is just one of the many developments in the project’s fast-paced evolution, including its upcoming Metaverse platform, where users will get to interact with Cats and Watches Society (CAWS) NFTs.

Moreover, DYP took center stage at Deep Forest Fest. During this prestigious music festival, DYPians had the great opportunity of meeting the team.

The DeFi Yield Protocol (DYP) is enhancing the list of reputable crypto exchanges listing its DYP token. On June 21, Coinbase disclosed its listing of DYP, while trading started the next day.

Later, on July 19, MEXC announced its listing of DYP. Lastly, on July 27, it was Huobi that added DYP to its platform.

DYP supporters, a.k.a. DYPians, can purchase DYP tokens at these major exchanges but also on smaller platforms, including KuCoin, Gate, Poloniex, Bitrue, ZT, Hoo, CoinDCX, and Onus Finance.

Usually, when an asset obtains listings on new exchanges, its price goes through considerable fluctuations. However, DYP did not experience any notable changes with its recent listings.

However, its value surged on June 7 from $0.06 to over $0.20. Furthermore, it has continued to trade above that level for almost two months.

Nearly a week after the price surge, DYP published a blog post explaining its Metaverse project and virtual reality (VR) play-to-earn (P2E) game. In it, players can venture with their CAWS NFTs, increase their levels, or use their DYP / iDYP tokens for game-related purposes.

CAWS is an NFT collection of cats-wearing watches that come with the possibility of staking your NFT. Each asset possesses more than 200 unique attributes, including watch preferences and personalities.

For the moment, CAWS owners can use their NFT to play a 2D play-to-earn game with attractive rewards for its champions.

Players must own at least
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