Gamic Web App Launch

Binance-Backed African Startup Announces the Launch of a Cutting-Edge Community Building App

Lagos, December 20, 2022

Imagine a chat platform that combines a smooth wallet experience with advanced community management tools.

Binance-backed African startup Gamic launches a one-stop Web3 community-building application. The Gamic app combines important financial and operational tools that help gamers, the games they play, guilds, community builders, and content creators turn fans into loyal community members.


  • Gamic launches a first-of-its-kind Web3 app to facilitate community building and engagement.

  • The app simplifies the onboarding process for both Web2 and Web3 users and enables them to send and receive digital assets, engage and reward members of their community and create subgroups without leaving the app.

What is the Gamic app?

The app, which is currently available as a Web app on Android and iOS devices, allows users to create a profile, add friends, send and receive messages, join or create communities, share photos and videos, and send or receive cryptocurrencies and NFTs. Millions of people across the globe would be able to enjoy the decentralized nature of community in Web3 with the simplicity of Web2.

The app was created by a team of African entrepreneurs who saw the need for a communications platform to allow Africans and the rest of the world to connect, build communities, and own their conversations. Gamic is backed by Binance, one of the world’s leading cryptocurrency exchanges.

Why is the Gamic app important?

The launch of the app comes at a time when there is increasing interest in Africa’s tech sector. User experience and community building are critical components of Web 3 adoption. But Web3 natives and core Web2 users must use several apps to do one thing at once. With the next iteration of the internet, which is Web3, there is a need to have a one-stop application that will integrate every feature necessary for community building, management, and retention.

The GameFi-powered app is likely to be popular with Web3 gaming communities and content creators because it makes it possible to own gaming assets and share revenue.

According to Gamic’s CEO, Ukeme Okuku,

“Gaming is no longer a waste of time, gaming communities can monetize their time. Our journey as a company started in 2021, and our goal has always been to onboard Africans to Web3 because of the myriad of opportunities available. We built an all-in-one platform that integrates Discord's functionalities and a decentralized wallet. You can create channels, and communities, and hold your cryptocurrencies or stablecoins in the same app. At the same time, you can swap one cryptocurrency for another in the same app.”

Create a space or join an existing space on Gamic.

The Gamic app is currently available as a web app, and a mobile app is scheduled to be released next year. Start now:

Be one of the first 20,000 users to sign up and receive a reward of 20GG points.

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