The MM72 crypto goes fast to the moon and announces two more listings

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MM72 AMA Web Event on June 2 800 UTC

The MM72 team, a few days after the second listing, announces two more, scheduled for 1 and 2 June on and on

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(Spin Digit Editorial):- Los Angeles, California May 31, 2022 ( – An early June in the name of celebrations for the MM72 token mined on BSC only about a month ago. No other Crypto is known that in such a short time since its creation has made so much talk about itself all over the world.

A project that promises in the near future the solution of the so-called “Junk Tokens” (or Non-Performing Tokens as the MM72 team calls them), hoping to replicate the multi-billion dollar Non-Performing Loans (NPL) parabank market in a web3 key.

A project, therefore, with great ambitions, which aims to have a global impact and which must therefore go fast in order to achieve its objectives.

Surely today the MM72 team is demonstrating that it knows how to forge ahead on its road map, intending to position itself on exchanges all over the world, quickly and with an increasingly qualifying strategy.

The exchanges on which MM72 will be listed this week are specifically:
AZBIT on June 1st at 18:00 UTC, ZT GLOBAL on June 2nd at 10:00 UTC.

AZBIT is an established exchange, present with a ranking among the top 50 of CoinMarketCap and which has a daily transaction of over 165 million dollars.
ZT GLOBAL is instead an emerging Exchange chosen by MM72 as it is oriented to strengthen its community through specific activities.

The AMA (Ask Me Anything) web event has already been set for 8:00 UTC on 2 June on the channels of the ZT GLOBAL exchange, dedicated to MM72 where users will be able to virtually meet the members of the MM72 team and make them all the questions they wish to obtain insights into the project.


MM72 Listing on ZT GLOBAL COINBETTERMM72 Listing on azbitcom on 1st June 600 PM UTC

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