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Hamster Kombat YouTube channel is breaking records

Hamster Kombat, the highly popular tap-to-earn Telegram game, is breaking records as tappers wait for its token launch.

It has broken the record of being the biggest tap-to-earn network with over 200 million users from around the world.

At the same time, it has become the fastest-growing YouTube channel. Its channel, which was launched in May, has now achieved over 30 million subscribers, making it bigger than some of the most popular YouTubers like MKBHD and MrWhosetheBoss.

Hamster Kombat’s channel’s videos have also become highly popular. Data shows that the creators have uploaded 40 videos and received over 520 million views. These are unprecedented numbers. A closer look at its YouTube videos shows that most have achieved over 10 million views.

Additionally, Hamster Kombat has accumulated over 10 million followers on Twitter. This makes it more followed by the likes of Pi Network, Solana, and Ethereum.

Hamster Kombat will likely be the biggest airdrop of this year. A good way to estimate this is to compare it with Notcoin, which launched its drop a few weeks ago. Notcoin has about 30 million users and has a market cap of over $1.5 billion.

If Hamster launches its airdrop today, it means that it could achieve a market cap of over $10 billion.

For starters, Hamster Kombat is a tap-to-earn platform that lets Telegram users to earn tokens when they tap a button on its platform. Users can also earn tokens by participating in some activities such as following its YouTube channel.

After this, the network will launch its airdrop, where users will be able to claim and then redeem them in any exchange. This makes it one of the easiest ways to make money. Hamster Kombat is significantly bigger than other networks like Dotcoin and TapSwap

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