The cryptocurrency ecosystem has changed the way people invest.Before now, talking about investing meant discussing bonds, shares, gold, real estate, etc. Today, however, the first thing that comes to mind is cryptocurrency. Regardless of the volatility of the market, people prefer investing in cryptocurrencies owing entirely to their decentralized nature.
However, even in the crypto ecosystem, the meaning of the term investment is constantly changing. Suddenly, people are investing in memes which seems like a rather bizarre idea. In reality though, it is a wiser choice as meme coins such as $BEZOGE are fairer than bigger players such as Bitcoin because they limit whale manipulation.
$BEZOGE is an up-and-coming community-based token that relates to DOGE coin in the sense that they both belong to the same meme token family. However, the inner mechanics of both tokens differ vastly.
What is Bezoge?
Bezoge was born out of the love of the crypto community for dogs and meme coins. It is a vast ecosystem consisting of different exciting elements combined to challenge the likes of Dogecoin, Shiba Inu, and Dogelon.
The name Bezoge was derived from Jeff Bezos and Doge and is an exciting project, to say the least. However, what makes the $BEZOGE genuinely unique is its token allocation method, in which half of the supply was burnt and locked 44% as liquidity. All of these steps were taken to ensure fair distribution of tokens and to discourage manipulation and whale holdings. Some of the unique products by Bezoge are:
- Bezoge Tracker – an app to track $BEZOGE activities.
- Bezoge Battle – the first mini-series game by Bezoge Earth.
- Bezogis – NFT collectibles by Bezoge.
Bezoge Battle is the first interactive mini-game series from Bezoge Earth. Named appropriately, Bezoge Battle is a battle between Bezoge and Dogelon to reach the moon and rescue the stranded DOGE coin.
It is an immersive game that lets users play using Bezogis, NFT collectibles by Bezoge Earth. Every NFT holder will have a unique character that adds to the thrill of the game. For people who do not possess Bezogis, generic characters will be assigned. Currently, only Android users can play the game, and it will soon be released for iOS devices too.
Bezogis are Pokemon cards powered by blockchain technology; making them more unique, valuable, tradable, and rare.
Bezogis are NFTs by Bezoge Earth designed to create a collectible series that plays a vital part in the ecosystem. They are incredibly rare and come in different designs, shapes, and colors. The first edition of Bezogis will have 4096 items with four designs in different colors.
Characteristics of Bezogis
There are 4096 Bezogies, but they are designed to be unique, and no single entity can catch them all. Bezogis will come in four different characters,
- Baby Bezoge
- Child Bezoge
- Adult Bezoge
- Elderly Bezoge
Each Bezogi will have the same four body parts. However, they will be colored differently, so that no two Bezogi can have the same character and color pattern. The four body parts are:
- Fur Trim
To make them unique, each Bezogis will be colored so that they are not identical to one another. The colors used for Bezogies are:
- Gold (ultra-rare precious metal)
This unique design makes Bezogis both incredibly rare and collectible. The chances of getting a Bezogi with all the same colored body parts are rare, and more so for gold.
These Bezogis characters can be used to play in the games by Bezoge Earth, such as Bezoge Battle. All Bezogis operate on the blockchain making their ownership permanent just like NFTs. However, they can be sold or transferred easily.
Bezoge Earth is a unique project that makes investing in cryptocurrency more exciting. Bezoge Battle and the Bezogi collection are the first, and there are several other products in the making. Stay tuned and help Bezoge save Dogecoin!
Useful resources and links:
- Official Website: www.bezoge.com
- Buy $BEZOGE on Bezoge Exchange
- Buy $BEZOGE on Uniswap
- Telegram: https://t.me/Bezoge
- Twitter: @Bezoge
- YouTube: Bezoge Earth Official
*This article has been paid. The Cryptonomist didn’t write the article nor has tested the platform.
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