How to buy Tiger King Coin and Cub tokens

Joe Exotic, the eccentric focus of the Netflix “Tiger King” documentary series, is back in the spotlight with the launch of a new Ethereum cryptocurrency. Tiger King Coin ($TKING) and Tiger Cub tokens ($TCUB) are currently taking off, prompting many investors to get in on the ground floor. Looking to do the same? Here’s how to buy Tiger King Coin and Tiger Cub tokens online.

How to get Tiger King Coin ($TKING)

how to buy Tiger King Coin

Here’s how to purchase Tiger King Coins ($TKING) via Uniswap:

  1. Install MetaMask and set up a crypto wallet.
  2. Purchase or transfer Etherium into the MetaMask wallet.
  3. Connect the MetaMask wallet to Uniswap.
  4. Swap ETH for TKING on Uniswap.

At the time of writing, Tiger King Coin is not yet available on major cryptocurrency exchanges. According to the roadmap, $TKING is currently in the process of listing on CoinGecko, CoinMarketCap, and WhiteBIT.

How to buy Tiger Cub tokens ($TCUB)

how to buy Tiger Cub tokens

Here’s how to get Tiger Cub tokens ($TCUB) via PancakeSwap:

  1. Link a crypto wallet to PancakeSwap.
  2. Opt to exchange from BNB to TCUB.
  3. Specify the desired amount, then confirm.

Supporting Tiger King Coin and Tiger Cub tokens will help to fund Joe Exotic’s ongoing legal battle. According to the official website, $TKING is helping to “stage the comeback of the century!” The team is aiming to “land the first tiger on the moon” and is currently going the right way about it. Tiger King Coin is up almost 1,000% since the start of the month — with the second season of its eponymous Netflix series impending, some speculate that it may continue to climb.

Just like Tiger Cub tokens are part of the Tiger King Coin ecosystem, Bone tokens fall under the Shiba Inu Coin umbrella. $BONE isn’t actually available yet, leading to some people purchasing the wrong tokens.

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