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NRL NFT Project Sells Out. Makes Estimated $2million.

So much chatter about NFT in the offseason I thought it stood for No Footy Tonight.

But what I do know is that they are worth a fair bit of money.

A project called “Dead Diamond Society” founded by the owners of Sports Moments, Four Point Collectables (owned by NRL players Kenny Bromwich, Jahrome Hughes, Ryan Papenhuyzen, Sandor Earl), The Hour Group and Vintage Mode sold out of all 2,500 of their “Skull” NFTs.

The project involves athletes from sports all over the country and beyond, including Kyle Kuzma (NBA), Aaron Smith, Ardie Savea and TJ Perenara (All Blacks), Allana Kennedy (Soccer), and a bunch of NRL players like Cameron Munster, Brandon Smith, Ryan Papenhuyzen, Kalyn Ponga and Nathan Cleary.

With a variety of different designs reflecting each personality/appearance of the players involved, they also bring other value with their “roadmap” which includes purchasing into other NFT projects like Zedrun and Bored Ape Yacht Club.

Whether you understand the whole NFT space or not, it’s clear that this is very beneficial for the creators.

With the skulls being sold out within 15 minutes of going public (a pre-sale for exclusive members for the previous 2 days), it was estimated to have sold around 550ETH, or around USD$1.4million (AUD$1,965,670).

Not bad if you’re involved in the project…

– Uncle Roasty



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