Monthly Recap #15 - October 2023

$ENTER is officially tradable on Ethereum, and the building blocks of the multi-chain protocol is being cemented one brick at the time. Let’s dive into Octobers happenings from development to spooky art, as we gear up for November. logo
@enter.artPUBLISHED 30TH OCTOBER 2023

Dear frens of the enterverse,

The cold is creeping in here in the enter HQ, and while the cold usually calls for hibernation, we’re instead turning up the heat on all things enter here in the last quarter of 2023. Those who’ve been keeping an eye on Project Symbiosis these past months may have noticed that we’re steadily building toward full implementation of the multi-chain ENTER protocol, with the building blocks coming together one implementation at a time. 

We’ve also had tons of fun celebrating Halloween in our communities and on social media and have seen an array of brilliant, spooky artwork freshen up this past month. Find a selection of this month’s art highlights towards the end of this recap. 

On the topic of Halloween art, the best is yet to come, as we’re announcing the winner piece of this year’s Halloween art contest on our X @enterNFT on Halloween day tomorrow, followed by our now-annual Trick or Treat hunt in Discord. Let’s end this Spooky SZN with a blast!

Uptober might be (almost) over, but luckily, November has plenty of exciting happenings in store to stay tuned for. Let’s dig in on the last month’s happenings, and take a little peek at what to expect next come November. 

$ENTER on Ethereum - Tradable on Uniswap

On the 17th of October, we reached an important milestone in the foundational steps towards the full release of the ENTER protocol: $ENTER officially launched on Ethereum! This step ensures that we are on the right track toward a full multi-chain protocol, with our marketplaces supporting BNB Chain, Avalanche, and Ethereum to start.

347,985 $ENTER tokens (3.47% of the total supply) were moved to Ethereum's Uniswap ENTER/ETH liquidity pool, and the token is now tradeable on Uniswap with the trading pair ENTER/ETH.

The contract address for $ENTER is the same on both Ethereum and BNB Chain: 

The ENTER token bridge is live!

New chains = bridging is inevitable, and we’ve been very excited to roll out the brand new ENTER token bridge this month, with the launch of $ENTER on Ethereum:

There is a 1% fee when using the bridge on top of the gas fees. For ease of use, the bridge allows you to add gas to be airdropped on the destination chain in case you don’t have any tokens on the other side of the bridge.

This means that if you’re bridging $ENTER from BNB chain to Ethereum, but you don’t hold any $ETH in your wallet, you can add whatever amount you wish to be airdropped to your wallet when bridging, that you pay with $BNB. The bridge will perform a cross-chain swap, delivering $ETH and $ENTER to you simultaneously, so you don’t have any hassle with transactions on the destination. 

We’re excited to implement $NFTART on the same bridge site so that you can swap both tokens to your desired chains smoothly and effectively within the same site.

$ENTER listing, Dextool Score & Quests

In October, we also had the pleasure of announcing that the $ENTER token now holds a reliability score on Dextools of 99/99, giving new investors a pinpoint of the reliability of the token and the team.

While $ENTER was listed on Coingecko back in September, we got a nice shout-out on their X handle this month, introducing the new listing to their audience of new-crypto-curious investors. 

On the last note of current $ENTER-related activities, we had a blast spreading the news of the token with a Zealy-board focused on the launch. The board was up for 7 days and ended at the beginning of October.

If you’re hungry for more $ENTER tokens and more questing endeavors with the community, stay tuned for the Community Newsletter later this week to catch the details of our next journey coming this November.

Podcasts & Blogs

Contrary to the rest of our operations, our beloved has been through a period of hibernation these past few months and has mainly focused on company news. 

We did, however, have the pleasure of digging into the minds of W3C3, an emerging creators & collectors community based in the enterverse in an in-depth article, that we highly recommend you to check out to catch a glimpse of what is brewing amongst the artists that call enter home: Meet W3C3: Creators & Collectors Community

Art Highlights 

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Too late? by Checkmate

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Molloch, Evil Incarnate by Fellerd

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Percussionist by Qesimart

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Attitude 2 by Brede71

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Frumpil | TRAPPED! | 17 by Luvcraft

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Dope Apefest (EPIC) by Roger_cadiz

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The StickMEN Bundel by cedricdebled

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Jack of Spades by Jaio_dosanjos

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Pyramon #63 - Pepemon by Kner

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Psycho Skull #91 by Fallen_apocalyptica

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