Tamadoge review part 2

In Part 2 of this two-part article series on Tamadoge, we’ll be discussing its NFTs and some ways to buy its native $TAMA token. Also, we’ll run through how to sell your $TAMA to USD fiat. Lastly, we’ll end off with a review of the legitimacy of this meme coin project. 

If you need a recap, you can check out Part 1 of this series here. Previously, we went through the basics of the project. So, do hop on over to Part 1 before reading today’s article!

Tamadoge NFTs

Tamadoge isn’t just a meme coin project. It’s also a gaming and NFT project, all rolled up into one. Let’s take a closer look at its NFTs, and what they do for its owners. To summarize, the project has 3 types of NFTs:

  • Common. In total, 20,000 of these NFTs exist. Check them out on OpenSea here.
  • Rare. In total, only 1,000 of these NFTs exist. Check them out on OpenSea here. The “Doggos” here dress better than the Common tier.
  • Ultra Rare. In total, only 100 of these NFTs exist. Check them out on OpenSea here and in the below screenshot. In comparison, these “Doggos” are shinier and brighter than previous tiers.
Tamadoge NFTs
Source: OpenSea

“Hey! These NFTs look just like trading cards. What can I use them for?”. Indeed, when I first researched this project, that went through my mind. Many NFTs in this space are just images or JPEGs. There really isn’t any utility for them. But this is not the case for Tamadoge.

With its NFTs, you get a more robust “Doggo” for your arcade games. Your “Doggo” is faster and more durable. In turn, you’re more likely to get a higher score in said games. This improves your chances to win $TAMA rewards.

How to Buy $TAMA With MetaMask?

Let’s say that you haven’t had the best luck in winning $TAMA. You’re running out of $TAMA for credits to play the arcade games. If so, then stick around! We’re going to guide you on how to get $TAMA tokens with your MetaMask wallet.

  1. First, you’ve got to set up your MetaMask wallet. You can download the wallet here. Skip this step if you’ve already set this up.
  2. Next, head on over to the UniSwap link here. Then, click the “Connect” button on the top right-hand side of your screen. Choose “MetaMask“.
  3. Once you’re connected, copy the smart contract address for $TAMA from its CoinGecko page. For easy reference, it’s “0x12b6893ce26ea6341919fe289212ef77e51688c8”.

    Tamadoge Coingecko
    Source: CoinGecko
  4. Next, paste the contract address in the field highlighted below. This ensures that after your swap, you’ll receive $TAMA tokens. In the top field, input the token that you’ll sell for $TAMA. Usually, that would be $ETH or $USDT. Then, input the number of tokens that you’ll sell for $TAMA.

    Tamadoge Uniswap
    Source: UniSwap
  5. Lastly, click on the “Swap” button. Approve the following transactions on MetaMask.

Voila! You should be able to see your $TAMA tokens in your MetaMask wallet. If you can’t, import the token into your wallet using its smart contract address. Click on “Import Token” at the bottom of the screen. Then, click “Custom Token“, paste the contract address, and click “Add custom token” as shown below.

Tamadoge Uniswap Import
Source: MetaMask
How to Convert $TAMA to USD?

If you’re the top scorer, gaming lord of Tamadoge, then this section is for you! You’d be the recipient of the $TAMA reward pool. If you’d like to convert these tokens into fiat USD, you’ll need to use a Centralized Exchange (CEX). Let’s use ByBit as an example. Take note of the steps below.

Wait! By the way, if you’ve not gotten a ByBit account yet, you can do so here. By signing up with this link, you’re eligible for exclusive rewards. This comprises a sweet deposit bonus, a chance to win a brand-new iPhone 14, and commissions for referrals.

  1. First, head on over to Part 1 of our two-part article series. Scroll to the section “How to Sell Tamadoge”. This section will guide you through how to sell $TAMA for $USDT on ByBit.
  2. Next, you’ll need to convert your $USDT to USD on ByBit. To do this, use the “Convert” function on ByBit. Using this feature, convert your $USDT to USD. It’s pretty simple to do so. If you need a detailed guide, you can refer to one here.
  3. Lastly, withdraw your USD fiat from ByBit to your Advcash wallet. For this, head on over to its fiat withdrawal page here. You’ll need to have Advcash set up. From here, withdraw your USD fiat to your Advcash wallet.
Is Tamadoge Legit?

As far as we know, Tamadoge has done its audits with SolidProof and SysFixed. This shows that the team is committed to the security of its project and its users. However, this does not mean that the project is immune to hacks or bugs. An audit is never a full guarantee that a project is safe.

Source: Twitter

On top of that, per CoinGecko, the team can mint new $TAMA tokens at will with its control of the project’s smart contracts. With this possibility, users can only trust that the team will not mint more tokens for selfish purposes. Furthermore, hackers can also capitalize on this feature to mint unlimited tokens in their own wallets.

So, to answer the question, we would say that Tamadoge is legit to a certain extent. It has shown commitment to the project via development and audits. But still, the project is still risky in comparison to most non-meme projects in crypto today. Hence, we advise you to proceed with caution when buying $TAMA tokens.


That’s it! We’ve come to the end of our two-part series on Tamadoge. We hope you’ve learned all that you needed to for this fascinating project. Now, what’re you waiting for? It’s time to get your “Doggos” jumping, running, and shooting pucks.

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