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Fast Growing Play-to-Earn Game Fight Out Tops $5.5m Invested – Countdown Started for Price Increase

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Thursday, March 16th, 2023 – With only hours remaining before the token price increases in its second-to-last stage, Fight Out, a play-to-earn fantasy gaming ecosystem supported by a train-to-earn model, has successfully secured over $5.53 million from investors.Currently priced at $0.02850, on Friday the price rises to $0.0309 and then seven days later, in the final stage, it goes to $0.0333, which is also the centralized exchange (CEX) listing price.The presale ends on March 31, with the first CEX listings on April 5thSo far, Fight Out has pre-announced listings on seven exchanges:, LBank, BKEX, Changelly Pro, BitForex, DigiFinex and Uniswap.Excitement around the project has been heightened among prospective investors by the revamped bonus program, in which additional tokens amounting to 67% on top of the original purchase amount are awarded.To avail themselves of the top-tier offering at least $50k of tokens must be bought and held for 36 months.

Those who have already invested and taken advantage of the bonus will receive an extra 10% token distribution.However, for those investors who do not wish to stake their tokens, there is now a new ‘no vesting’ tier too.There is also now a 5% referral program denominated in the USDT (Tether stablecoin).Investors who bought at the low introductory presale price of $0.01665 will be sitting on paper returns of 100% when the fundraise ends.Still, buyers at today’s price of $0.02850 will make a gain of 16% at the listing price of $0.0333.900 million tokens are available for purchase in the presale, out of a total supply of 10 billion.

4.5% of the supply is reserved for the bonus pool and 10% for exchange liquidity.9% of the max 10 billion supply of FGHT will be sold during

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