Steph Curry, an NBA all-star, purchased a lucrative $206,000 worth popular Bored Ape Yacht Club non-fungible token, or NFT, last week. On Tuesday, he asked his 15.5 million Twitter followers for advice on how to advance in the crypto game.
Steph Curry, a well-known NBA player, has asked the crypto community for assistance in learning more about cryptocurrency and how it works. The prominent athlete who was the Golden State Warriors guard tweeted to the crypto community on Twitter, asking for crypto advice.
The NBA star’s Open Sea profile reveals that he owns 16 NFTs in total, including the blue-furred Bored Ape featured in his Twitter profile.
Tom Brady, the legendary NFL quarterback who wears a Tampa Bay Buccaneers jersey, provided a humorous perspective.
Brady’s photo featured the famous laser eyes, a meme used by the crypto community, politicians, athletes, and other Big Whigs to show their support for BTC, the world’s most valuable cryptocurrency.
Gary Vaynerchuk, the serial entrepreneur and early investor in the Nasdaq-listed crypto exchange Coinbase, expressed his opinion, which was entirely consistent with the maverick entrepreneur, simply replying: “50 hours of homework.”
Gary Vaynerchuk received a response from another Twitter user, @Wealth Theory, who stated emphatically that no one could work 50 hours per week to invest in altcoins.
Top Shot, an NFT project, is currently ranked fourth.
According to DappRadar live data, NBA’s slam dunk NFT project Top Shot is currently ranked fourth as the most popular NFT marketplace over the last 30 days, with $28.11M in sales volume between 112,360 traders. Data from CryptoSlam also confirms that Top Shot is the fourth largest NFT collection of all time in terms of sales volume, trailing only Axie Infinity, CryptoPunks, and ArtBlocks.
The growing market for nonfungible tokens is spawning more NFT projects, and according to Reuters, NFT reached a record $2.5 billion in the first half of 2021. The Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) is establishing an NFT vampire community. BAYC’s NFT recently sold for a whopping $2.25 million.
In a few weeks, the general public will be able to purchase 888 NFTs for 0.08 ETH.
The team hopes to grow the project into a metaverse community. In addition to creating a collection of nonfungible tokens, they will be developing an action-packed 2D side-scrolling game in the coming months. The renowned Bored Ape Yacht Club is affiliated with the Sneaky Vampire Syndicate (Community of NFT Vampires). In a few weeks, the general public will be able to purchase 888 NFTs for 0.08 ETH, or about $313 per NFT. The project already has over 12,000 followers on its Discord server, and the number is growing by the minute.