Chingari, one of the world’s most popular short-video apps, has announced the listing of its native token GARI on CoinDCX, Vantage Point learned from a press release. CoinDCX is one of the biggest crypto exchanges in India and is based out of Mumbai.
New ways to access GARI
After the listing, the token’s more than 10 million Indian users will have another means of accessing one of the largest Solana ecosystem projects. The development has increased GARI’s liquidity and will further its adoption by the broader global community.
The token, which has also been listed on KuCoin, MEXC, Bitmart, Zebpay, Huobi, and FTX, will cater to the demands of countless video creators across the globe.
Sumit Ghosh, Chingari CEO and cofounder, said in a statement:
This listing is a huge moment for us as it will allow the creators from every nook and corner of the world to trade the GARI token. This has come as a giant leap towards our goal of financially empowering creators on our short video app, Chingari, who have largely been ignored by the global short app platforms.
GARI and Chingari: a rapidly growing ecosystem
GARI is the native crypto token of Chingari, widely known as the Indian TikTok. The short-video app enjoys surging popularity in India and abroad. Short-form video creators can monetize their videos on the blockchain with the GARI token.
Chingari is the most dynamically growing short-form video app in India. Creators who upload videos on the platform get rewards in GARI.
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