Bounce Token experienced a decline of more than 11% in the recent hours following the triumphant conclusion of the $AMMX token launch.
Participation in the $AUCTION Staking Pool exceeded expectations, with 2,126 participants committing a total of 2,741,970 $AUCTION, surpassing the initial goal of 12,857 $AUCTION.
According to Lookonchain, after the completion of the $AMMX token launch, participants began withdrawing $AUCTION from the Staking Pool and subsequently depositing them into Binance. This activity contributed to the recent price decline of the token.
— Lookonchain (@lookonchain) December 28, 2023
As the participation period concludes, Bounce employs Chainlink to obtain a random number. Subsequently, the smart contract utilizes this number to generate the list of winners.
The server then computes the merkle root of this list, recording it in the contract. This process facilitates the claiming of $AMMX by the winners on the Bounce Launchpad.
The $AMMX Token Launch has triumphantly concluded🔥
In the $AUCTION Staking Pool, 2741970 $AUCTION were committed by 2126 participants, significantly surpassing the raise goal of 12857 $AUCTION. Participants can now claim $AMMX at: https://t.co/dzJWT3GkKl
— Bounce Brand (@bounce_finance) December 28, 2023
The market reaction to the $AMMX token launch, resulting in a decline for $AUCTION, reflects the dynamic nature of token ecosystems.
Despite the short-term dip, the success of the launch and active participation in the Staking Pool underscore the community’s engagement with the Bounce platform.
With continued developments and initiatives, Bounce remains a platform to watch in the evolving landscape of decentralized finance and token launches.The interplay between various tokens within the Bounce ecosystem contributes to the broader narrative of innovation and participation in the crypto space.
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