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Meta Masters Guild Crypto Presale Raises $100k in 24 Hours to Reach $670k - 10 Days Before Next Price Rise

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Disclaimer: The Industry Talk section features insights by crypto industry players and is not a part of the editorial content of Cryptonews.com.Buyers continue to rush into the Meta Masters Guild presale with more than $100,000 invested in the last 24 hours - taking the total to $670,000.Purchases are continuing at a rapid pace with buyers keen to secure MEMAG tokens in the earliest stages, with each new presale round bringing an increase in price.There are now just 10 days remaining before the presale moves into stage 3 and triggers a price increase of 30% from $0.010 to $0.013.By the seventh and final round, MEMAG tokens will cost $0.023, a 130% increase from today’s price and 228% more than the price in stage 1 ($0.07).Investors are not just attracted to Meta Masters Guild (MMG) because of MEMAG, however, but because the high potential of the mobile gaming project.Visit MEMAG Presale NowMMG is currently developing three games - with the first due to launch in late 2023 - with a strong focus on fun and longevity over tokenization and earning mechanics.MMG has several notable advantages over other crypto games as it positions itself as a play-and-earn project over play-to-earn:According to research by Newzoo, who looked at the entire global gaming market, mobile gaming took a slight dip from 2021 but still remains by far the largest and most profitable gaming market.They found it was worth a total of $92.2 billion in 2022, more than console gaming ($51.8bn), PC gaming ($38.2bn) and broswer gaming ($2.3bn) combined, with a much larger base of casual players.Despite the downturn in revenue, player numbers continued to increase and engagement remains high and the analysis has predicted more growth in the immediate future

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