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MEME Platform Update

As you know, our team is working endlessly to get the platform up and running as soon as possible. Unfortunately, the launch on Fantom will be delayed to ensure we provide the best experience possible to our beloved community. However, we want to tease the upcoming platform just a bit for you.


On a another note, we are excited to announce we’ve begun planning for MEME V4. The next iteration of MEME will introduce a new NFT/DeFi lego, that will solve major issues within the NFT space. We are currently in the process of expanding the team to get these plans rolling quickly and efficiently on that front.

This is only the beginning, we’re super excited for what’s to come! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for remaining patient while we get the platform in order.

Stay tuned for more updates to come this week.

Happy new year! ❤




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