MEME Founder Jordan Lyall on farming NFTs, digital art and the future of MEME | Cryptotesters
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MEME Founder Jordan Lyall on farming NFTs and the future of the MEME project

Wed Sep 30 2020
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In this episode we talk to Jordan Lyall Founder of the MEME protocol. MEME captures the Zeitgeist of the crypto space like no other project. It started as a joke on Twitter as Jordan was mocking the yield farming craze taking place in the DeFi space. He shared a drag and drop interface for building DeFi projects in a few clicks.

Out of nowhere, someone launched a token, a Telegram group was created and motivated community members signaled interest to buil a real product.

Two weeks later dontbuymeme.com was born, a protocol that produces rare NFTs and requires users to lock their assets in order to receive these NFTs.

Within one month MEME's price went from $0 to $2000, some of the most successful digital art artists collaborated with MEME and some of the NFTs sold for $70k dollars.

In this episode you'll learn about the incredible story behind MEME and what's in the pipeline for the next couple of months.

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