What is Secured Ship (SHIP) and why is it rising? - Kalkine Media

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 What is Secured Ship (SHIP) and why is it rising?
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  • Secure Ship (SHIP) is a play-to-earn crypto project developed on the Binance Smart Chain.
  • The token's liquidity is locked till 2031.
  • The maximum and total supply of the token is one quadrillion.

The gaining popularity of metaverse has created a whole new world for crypto-gaming. Both fields have been gaining traction in the market for a long time, but the metaverse buzz has accelerated the trend recently.

Many crypto enthusiasts and gamers join the crypto-gaming space and this had led to the birth of several new cryptos every day. The global crypto market has evolved so far from the market-dominating Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) to various new altcoins in recent years, reflecting the increasing global sentiment in the cryptos.

Meanwhile, talking about cryptos and gaming, the common names that pop up are SandBox (SAND), Axie Infinity (AXS), and Decentraland (MANA).

Today we explore one such crypto, Secured Ship (SHIP), that appears to be gaining attention of crypto enthusiasts.

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What is a Secured Ship (SHIP)?

Secured Ship is a game available on Android platform. The players can simultaneously play and earn. The company intends to offer a different way of earning to the players.

The users would earn through several things in the game, including a passive income. For instance, the company claims that the holders of the SHIP token would be rewarded from the transaction fees, meaning the longer or more tokens the users hold, the more they earn.

In addition to that, the top 3 players of the game would be rewarded with BNB, according to the company's whitepaper.

Secured Ship (SHIP), developed on Binance Smart Chain, is a BEP-20 token with various earning systems. Notably, the company plans to lock its liquidity till 2031 due to the security of its tokens and holders.

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Secured Ship (SHIP) price and performance                                              Source: *Data provided by CoinMarketCap.com

Why is it trending?

The SHIP token may have come into the limelight mainly due to its lower prices. Investors tend to invest significantly in projects in the trending spaces with lower prices.

In addition, the company's recently announced partnership with the crypto reviewer and streamer, Travladd Crypto, may have helped gain traction.

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Bottom line:

Before investing, investors should closely evaluate the assets, as cryptos are high-risk assets. Being in trend doesn't affirm the legitimacy or security of the assets. In addition, an investor should also focus on the higher volatility in the crypto market than in the other financial markets.

The SHIP token was priced at US$0.000000002196 at 4:21 am ET on March 4, up 7.06%, while its market cap was US$1.26 million. Its fully diluted market capitalization is US$2.19 million, and its one-day volume is about US$1.65 million.

The maximum and total supply of the token is one quadrillion, and its self-reported circulating supply is around 577.26 billion. The SHIP token returned 199.18% over the last three months.

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