GARI, India’s first social crypto token, has been registered on CoinDCX, the country’s main cryptocurrency exchange. This move would give over 75 lakh Indian CoinDCX customers another way to access one of the largest projects on the Solana blockchain. Furthermore, it will improve the GARI’s liquidity and penetration among the larger Indian populations.
GARI was formerly listed on several of the world’s biggest platforms, including Kucoin, MEXC, Bitmart, Zebpay, Huobi, and FTX, prior to its listing on CoinDCX. GARI is the native token of Chingari, a short-video app that is really ‘Made in India.’ With the GARI token, Chingari allows short-form video makers to sell their material on the blockchain. Interestingly, Chingari is India’s fastest-growing short-form video app. When creators upload a video on Chingari, they get paid with Gari Tokens.
Sumit Ghosh, CEO and Co-founder Chingari, stated that this listing is a major occasion for us since it will allow artists from every nook and corner of India to trade the GARI token. This is a huge step toward our aim of financially empowering producers on our short video app, Chingari, who have been mostly disregarded by major short app platforms.