StepN, once the collection that stormed the NFT market and created the M2E glow, is now facing the cold. Despite launching a new collection, its GMT token still shows no signs of being positive.
On August 19th, the once trending move-to-earn web3 app StepN partnered with Atletico Madrid and exchange WhaleFin to launch a new set of NFT shoes.
The new NFT shoe will provide utility for both StepN users and football fans alike.
Holder NFT can run for money and will also provide exclusive access to Atletico Madrid merchandise, live matches and WhaleFin airdrops.
StepN is a move-to-earn app where players can run to earn GST tokens. To participate, users need to have the platform’s NFT shoes. The cost is now around 1-2 SOL.
In its heyday, the project led the move-to-earn trend and attracted 3 million users in the first six months of its operation.
After this news, GMT price still has no positive sign. GMT is trading at $0.81, in the past 24 hours the price recorded a decrease of 7.56%. Move-to-earn has come to an end?
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