The growth of the African dog token, Wakanda Inu, has been massive in recent days after its launch. Despite heavy criticisms from several Nigerian cryptocurrency community members the minds behind the project are following through with the roadmap.
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Wakanda Inu, the first of its kind in Africa, seems to be breaking limits as it gains more and more support from Africans and especially Nigeria crypto community members. This growth could be partially attributed to the follow up of the project roadmap.
The roadmap indicates that after the launch of the token, it will be listed on coinmarketcap and coingecko respectively which has taken motion already.
The community behind the token hit that and added more juice as the token has started trading on Quidax, Obiex, Tatswap, and as at the time of writing listed on Roqqu exchange.
As reported by diutocoinnews.com, the token raised $57 million just hours after its launch which shows a massive love for the token by Africa crypto investors. However, at the time of this writing, the market cap of the Wakanda Inu token is almost $280 million with a growth of about 190% in the last 24 hours.
The project was first listed for public sale on PinkSale for all the whitelisted wallets before the token was listed on Pancakeswap, the biggest decentralized on the Binance Smart Chain (BSC)
The project community seems also to be consistent with its ethos that talks about being true to one’s Ancestral culture. In essence, it is quoted thus, “Staying true to the culture given down to us by the Ancestral Wakandian Spirits, only those who are truly worthy can hold Vibranium-infused Wakanda Inu Coins.”
One thing though is apparent about the project. The African crypto community is committed to seeing the token grow and this can be seen with the massive marketing behind it.