The Moon Rabbit (AAA) community had an exciting moment on Monday after the token briefly skyrocketed following a tweet by the billionaire founder of Tesla and SpaceX, Elon Musk.
Some hours after Musk tweeted an emoji-like drawing of Rabbit, which some claimed to Baby Doge, the AAA token spiked over 45 percent. Although this gain has been swept away at the current time of writing, the AAA investors received the development as a sign that the world’s richest man is interested in the crypto, which may likely not be the case.
What is Moon Rabbit and where to buy
Moon Rabbit aims to become the “Metachain” that connects all distributed ledgers and chains at an abstract level. It’s a Substrate-based distributed infrastructure that offers full scalability and interoperability, allowing the transfer of data or assets between several blockchains. AAA is the native token of the network, serving as the payment currency and governance token of the network.
The team had noted that their flagship project is Longevity DAO (Distributed Autonomous Organisation), which aims to accelerate life extension technologies through crypto and web3.0.
At the moment, the AAA token is $0.002052 with a market capitalization of over $18 million. It is listed on a few cryptocurrency exchanges, which include:
You can buy Moon Rabbit crypto the MEXC exchange using the USDT, which is the only supported pair on the exchange. Judging by the trading volume, MEXC is the largest market for AAA tokens. According to CoinMarketCap, MEXC has a volume of $46,705,404, which is 84.43% of the overall AAA trading volume at the time of writing.
AAA is also supported on the decentralized exchange, Uniswap (V3). However, the exchange only supports trading the token against the ETH or the Wrapped ETH (WETH), and it sees a volume of over $523,000.
You can also buy AAA on Bithumb Global via USDT. The exchange records a trading volume of $19,384,823, meaning it’s the second-largest market for AAA tokens.
Moon Rabbit crypto can also be purchased on ProBit, HotBit, and 0x Protocol.