History of STARL
The STARL token launch was unique compared to most other cryptocurrency projects. There was no pre-sale or announcement. Instead, it was a stealth launch, released with zero notice, making it entirely fair and equal. Those with a keen eye spotted that a well-known crypto developer, Woof Decentra, had released a new token but had no context of why or what it was. Given Woof’s reputation in the crypto community, many people bought STARL and eagerly awaited whatever came next.
‌Woof soon announced via Twitter that this was the new token for a “STARL Ecosystem”, and it was to be completely decentralized and community-owned.
‌Moe Larson (a holder and developer himself) reached out to Woof to offer his idea for STARL. This idea was to build a space-themed metaverse where people could own virtual real estate modules connected to a space station, in which they could meet and interact with each other in a virtual world. The STARL Metaverse would act as a portal to shops, activities, social media, identity customization, self-expression, creativity, gaming, trading, and education. The STARL token, it was proposed, could be the currency of this multifaceted space metaverse ecosystem.
‌As more community members discussed and demonstrated their skillsets and ideas, a team began to form organically. The original vision grew more extensive and robust, more defined, and evolved into what it is today. Front-end developers, back-end developers, game developers, a collective of 3D designers, social media, and crypto experts came together, all with intense enthusiasm and drive to make this project more prominent than anyone has imagined possible before.
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