$GCR 6 Months Bday NFT Drop

$GCR 6 Months Bday NFT Drop

GCR friends and fam,

Every now and then something big comes along but like all big things, they start off small. In just 6 months, GCR has grown beyond our expectations and it’s all thanks to the learners, investors, and partners that have helped push GCR forward. 

So, what’s the best way to celebrate our 6 month anniversary? With a good ol’ fashion Discord rager.

On October 11th, at 9AM PST, we’ll kick off our two-week celebration for all newsletter subscribers and community members. 

Here’s what you can expect at the event: 

  • An announcement from Ian John Lee, founder of SyndicateDAO and crypto investor at IDEO VC from our GCR x Syndicate is collaborating together.
  • A talk from Jenil Thakker, founder at Coinvise, partner of $GCR. 
  • A talk from Peter Pan, guru of Web3 communities and investor at 1kx.
  • An update on GlobalCoinResearch’s progress since its inception.
  • Attendance $GCR Airdrops and NFT
  • A Meme competition where we’ll reward the most creative of you with $GCR
  • … and much more!

On top of a stacked lineup of events and giveaways, we’ll be releasing a special edition Goodie Bag NFT for free for all attendees AT THE EVENT.

There is a limited supply for the Goodie Bag NFT.By holding this NFT, you are guaranteed access to all GCR deal calls, workshops, anniversary events for the following two weeks in October.

More updates will be shared in our Discord so you can keep up with everything in one place. See you there!

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