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BLUR Token Surges: Unveiling the Meteoric Rise of Blur in the NFT Space


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As an enthusiastic early investor in Blur, I must say the recent performance has been nothing short of exhilarating. The unique features offered by Blur as a non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace and aggregator, coupled with its native governance token BLUR, have truly set it apart in the rapidly evolving NFT landscape.

Having initially purchased Blur tokens on Bitget exchange during its listing, I've witnessed a steady climb in its value, and the recent +24% surge in the last 24 hours only adds to the excitement. The platform's incorporation of advanced features like real-time price feeds, portfolio management, and multi-marketplace NFT comparisons has clearly resonated with the NFT community.

The recent listing of BLUR on Binance, one of the largest and most influential cryptocurrency exchanges globally, undoubtedly marks a significant milestone for Blur. The question arises: Could this listing on Binance be the catalyst for the recent surge in BLUR's price?

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17 hours ago, Maxicreed01 said:

It could be a catalyst but i think we are yet to see the full potential of blur.

That's true which is why I'm gonna DCA more BLUR at the largest copy trading platform, in anticipation for the next Bull run. 

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On 24/11/2023 at 22:00, Maxicreed01 said:

It could be a catalyst but i think we are yet to see the full potential of blur.

Having to wait on Binance as user is sometimes disappointing. Just imagine early buyers on Bitget getting a huge 250% over and over before this listing on Binance. Hmmmm!!!!!

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Because of Binance unavailability at places where Bitget operates, I believe Bitget will have the most impact on BLUR token. As traders, those are the kinds of factors we take into consideration, and with arbitrage trading, those things are almost negligible because all you need is price difference to.make your profits.

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On 24/11/2023 at 22:00, Maxicreed01 said:

It could be a catalyst but i think we are yet to see the full potential of blur.

I couldn't agree less, looking at the tokens features and functionalities, we might see and unprecedented surge as we approach the bull market hence holding is key ATM. Am taking advantage of the Bitget discord treasure trove event to get a decent share from the $1,000 prize pool.

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