Week #17 recap

The last week was a real roller coaster:

Moonshot displayed on NASDAQ
  • Organized a Giveaway to celebrate the Billboard achievement
  • Reached 70,000 holders, currently we are very close to our planned manual burn event to celebrate the 75,000 holders milestone.
  • We reached 30,000 Twitter followers
  • We organized a feedback/suggestion event with our community to collect input on how to improve our NFT Moonbox art concept
NFT “Astronaut in the Ocean” concept art. Subject to change.
  • We organized a feedback/suggestion event with our community to collect input on how to improve our new website concept
Concept website, landing page. Subject to heavy change.
  • The first animated Moonbox NFTs were delivered to the team and is currently in review
  • We onboarded two new developers, Mark and Slobodan. Mark will work on the NFT Moonboxes and Slobodan will be working on our first game scheduled for Q3.

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