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WhaleMaker got listed on P2B and Digifinex

WhaleMaker Fund’s mission is to provide ease of mind with knowledge and safety

WhaleMaker ($WMF), has a lot to celebrate, as the team sees its volume grow. A new listing on P2B on the 4th of October and on Digifinex on the 23rd of September gained them a seat in the spotlight and many investors showed interest.

Simple research about the coin shows a trustworthy investment fund that offers high passive income through its staking pools – its third 45-day staking pool locked with a little over $4,200,000 worth and $300,000 were paid at the end of Pool 2.

It offers a solution to passive income seekers, no matter the level of their experience, as the financial team does all the work, providing the chance to a new holder to become a whale.

The key to entering the 45 days pool is at least 1 NFT, available in both BRC and BSC. The collections are selling like crazy, as they also play the role of a multiplier of ROI.

Now investing in crypto is more simplified than ever with WhaleMaker.

Visit Website https://WhaleMaker.fund

Telegram channel at https://t.me/whitewhalecryptoinfo

Follow on Twitter @WhaleMakerFund

Instagram: @whalemaker.fund

WhaleMaker is currently traded on Digifinex and SphynxLabs DEX.:

Digifinex: ow.ly/PIZQ50KR9rz 

P2B: ow.ly/tkXO50L1nTm 

Sphynx BRC: https://bit.ly/3lTBqkD

Sphynx BSC: https://bit.ly/3NPPwz6

& its NFTs can be minted on: WhaleMakerNFT.fund

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