We list yield farms, NFTs, gamefi / play to earn, ROI dapps and miners, and token launches on all blockchains.
A project must have not already launched to be listed on the calendar.
No. Ape O’Clock’s focus is listing new launches. We do not check projects for safety, conduct audits or do reviews.
If a project is audited or reviewed, we will include that information in our post to assist you in doing your research.
Projects that have rugged can be found on the “Hall of Shame” page.
Any time a new launch is listed, it is immediately published:
Approximately 30 minutes before a launch begins, it is published again on all of our social media accounts with a “Starting Soon” notice.
The “Hall of Shame” is where rugged and abandoned projects go.
We move them off of the main calendar so that readers can see current, viable projects on the homepage, but can refer back to rugged or abandoned projects should they wish to.
A project that “rugs” has stolen funds from investors, whether that be via malicious code, or less technical means, such as minting tokens and draining liquidity.
We consider a project abandoned if the team has not updated investors or made steps to move the project forward.
Abandoned projects aren’t malicious. They simply failed. Examples of why a project could be considered abandoned:
Often times we see teams who have a failed launch of some sort tell investors they will regroup and return with a new plan. But then they never do. We give these projects 30 days to put forth some “next steps,” after which we mark it abandoned.
Once per day.
Anyone. Devs, project owners, marketers, or investors – anyone.