Reading Time: 3minutes An interview with Carolin Wend, co founder of Mintbase.io NFTs are not just about art. Into this exploding field comes established player, Mintbase, with ambitions to rethink NFTs. Just as we get our heads around the concept of digital art NFTs then another cargo-load of applications arrives to really fry […]
In 1992, the concept of the Metaverse existed only in the fertile imagination of American cyberpunk author Neal Stephenson. In his book Snow Crash, Stephenson described the metaverse as a virtual reality-based Internet populated by system daemons and user-controlled avatars.
The well known digital artist “Pak” announced that he will launch an Ethereum NFT in a collaboration with WikiLeaks in order to free Julian Assange so let’s read further in our latest Ethereum news. The new collection “Censored” is set to launch on February 7 and the digital artist “Pak” aims to free Julian Assange. […]
A fraud in Bored Ape NFTs has resulted in an unsatisfactory end of the year on OpenSea. As reported by the owners, a total of 16 apes were stolen, valued at $2.2 million. This incident raised concerns among the online community about OpenSea’s lack of security. Can NFTs actually be stolen? Sure they can Following [...]
Eminem, the Grammy Award-winning rapper, has joined the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC), purchasing one of the non-fungible token (NFT) apes for 123.45 ether ($462,000) on the OpenSea platform. Eminem Buys BAYC NFT Eminem, the famed Detroit rapper, has joined the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC). The NFT, named “EminApe,” depicts Eminem’s iconic Bored Ape figure wearing a khaki army cap and a gold chain necklace, both of which he frequently wears in real life. BAYC member GeeGazza sold the digital artwork for 123.45 ETH, which is around $450,000 USD. In November 2021, GeeGazza tweeted, “I still think Eminem is destined to buy my @BoredApeYC one day.” Six, a digital agency that has previously worked with celebrities in the NFT industry including as Wu-Tang Clan, Tycho, and Galantis, was responsible for the transaction. It’s also not Eminem’s first foray into NFTs: under the moniker “Shady Holdings,” the musician now owns 15 NFTs on OpenSea. In a tweet, BAYC member GeeGazza, who sold the ape, thanked the entertainer for purchasing the NFT. “I’m living in a simulation,” he wrote, adding: “Madness. Let me write a lyric in your next single.” I’m living in a simulation. Thank you @Eminem for buying my ape and joining the club! Madness. Let me write a lyric in your next single 🤣 pic.twitter.com/myGNRmMLeD — GeeGazza (@Gee__Gazza) December 31, 2021 BTC/USD plunge from $50k. Source: TradingView Related article | Eminem’s Latest Album Kamikaze Name-Checks Bitcoin The Rapper Holds NFTs From Different Collections Slim Shady has 166 non-fungible token (NFT) assets from 32 collections, according to dappradar.com stats. After purchasing BAYC #9055 for 123.45, the address currently possesses 1.52 ether. Eminem received 124 ether from an account known as georgio.eth on ENS. That account owns 504 NFTs from 51 different collections, including Bored Ape Yacht Club #4936, and it spent 43.98 ether ($164,832) on two Cryptopunks. SABC #2615, Shaq Gives Back #4077, and Adult Fantasy Sub-Dude (130/151) are among Eminem’s other NFTs. The Shady Holdings address, in reality, contains a slew of ERC721 NFTs. Eminem’s NFT spending binge comes on the heels of his beat-inspired animated NFTs for Stans, which he released in April. Eminem’s NFT sale took place on the Nifty Gateway NFT platform. Slim Shady and Paul Rosenberg also joined a host of venture funds that invested $30 million in the NFT market Makersplace in August. Eminem’s NFT spending binge comes on the heels of his beat-inspired animated NFTs for Stans, which he released in April. Eminem’s NFT sale took place on the Nifty Gateway NFT platform. Slim Shady and Paul Rosenberg also joined a host of venture funds that invested $30 million in the NFT market Makersplace in August. Eminem has officially joined the second-largest NFT project on OpenSea by volume with his new EminApe. According to CryptoSlam, the BAYC has sold 284,765 ETH ($977.6 million) in secondary transactions so far, and the floor price is now at 60 ETH ($220,000). The rapper joined the ranks of a slew of other celebrities, including NBA player Stephen Curry and talk show presenter Jimmy Fallon. Bored Apes recently overtook CryptoPunks in terms of floor price, which is a huge accomplishment for a project that only began in April 2021. Related article | Snoop Dogg Joins The Bored Ape Yacht Club And The Sandbox. Read All About It Featured Image from Shutterstock | Charts by TradingView
Marshall Mathers, known professionally as Eminem has joined the community of bored apes by purchasing a Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) non-fungible token (NFT) collectible for 123.45 ethereum or $452K at the time of settlement. Slim Shady Purchases Bored Ape Yacht Club #9055 for $452K The Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) NFTs have been very […]
Grammy award-winning rapper, Eminem has purchased a Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT. Eminem has continued to increase his NFT holdings on OpenSea, which now stands at around 15 NFTs. It wraps up a year in NFTs in which the rapper has put his hands in a lot of pies within the ecosystem. Eminem becomes the […]