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Toncoin investors get opportunity with Notcoin: Is Bitbot next?


Toncoin price surged by more than 13% amid news around new project Notcoin (NOT).
Binance and OKX among exchanges to list NOT token.
Bitbot could be the game-changer for Telegram crypto traders

As Toncoin (TON) gains ahead of the upcoming Notcoin (NOT) trading debut, investors keen on the Telegram ecosystem have their eyes on Bitbot – a potentially market-defining solution that’s attracting massive attention in its ongoing presale.

Here’s more about Notcoin and what makes Bitbot (BITBOT) a likely contender for the next big thing in the Telegram crypto space.

Toncoin gains as Binance, OKX announce Notcoin listing

Toncoin’s emergence as a top altcoin continues and the price of TON is making another huge leap to enhance this outlook.

As highlighted previously, Toncoin has gained a lot of momentum due to developments around Telegram, the leading cross-platform messaging app with over 900 million users.

In recent weeks and months, TON price has surged after news that venture capital firm Pantera Capital was making an investment in the TON blockchain. Stablecoin giant Tether’s launch of USDT on the blockchain sparked a 18% spike in April, while Telegram’s support for TON payouts from ads for channel owners was also a big catalyst for TON price.

This state of the TON blockchain is encouraging investors and could catalyse further gains for the Telegram-related coin.

In the past 24 hours, TON price has gained by more than 14% to reach highs of $6.91. That’s about 10% off Toncoin’s all-time high of $7.63 reached on April 11 this year.

What is Notcoin (NOT)?

Notcoin is a community token on Telegram that has gained widespread adoption amid a viral Web3 game. NOT is the native token that allows users to explore, play, and contribute to the project’s growth.

Two of the world’s largest crypto exchanges by trading volume – Binance and OKX – have announced support for NOT. The token will be listed for trading on these and other exchanges on May 16, with OKX opening NOT deposits on May 10 at 3:00 am UTC.

Binance has added NOT as the 54th project on its Launchpool, allowing the community to farm NOT by staking BNB and FDUSD.

One notable thing is that Notcoin has a total supply of 102,719,221,714, and circulating supply when NOT lists will be 100% of total supply.

As anticipation for Notcoin’s trading debut builds, Toncoin is likely to rise amid investors rush to grab a potential gem.

Bitbot: Is this the “next big thing” in crypto?

Bitbot’s entry into the market could change the game for cryptocurrency traders looking to tap into an AI-powered trading bot.

At the core of its potential dominance is the combination of advanced institutional grade trading tools and the world’s first non-custodial trading solution.

Bitbot stands out as users have full control of their wallets, private keys and assets, which is not the case with other bots. This feature means Bitbot has user security as a top priority and traders are eagerly anticipating its launch after the presale ends.

What else makes Bitbot stand out?

The excitement that surrounds Bitbot could also be related to the Gem Scanner. What this AI-powered tool does is to leverage artificial intelligence to pick potential opportunities.

The platform’s unique revenue-sharing mechanism, which provides for 50% of app fees to be distributed to BITBOT holders, could be another reason why traders are upbeat about this project.

Just as Notcoin, Bitbot eyes listing on top crypto exchanges and investors see the presale as a great opportunity to buy.

The project’s total supply is 1 billion BITBOT, 30% of this set for presale and 23% for community rewards.

Currently, gem hunters have allocated more than $3.2 million to BITBOT in stage 13. Details on the presale page shows token sale price is $0.018, which could be a huge advantage for an early bird.

To learn more about Bitbot, check out the official website.

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