Rapper Snoop Dogg sold out some of the irreplaceable symbols he had put on sale as part of the collection entitled “Traveling with the Dog”
What happened: The collection, which included a song called “Diamond Joint” and other songs such as “Snoop Dogge Coins” and “Drop Tha Mic”, went on sale for a limited period of 48 hours on April 2.
Diamond Joint includes an original Dogg song entitled “NFT.”
Snoop Dogg took to Twitter to express gratitude to several buyers of the pieces, including one buyer who took three collectibles.
Why it is important: Tracks sold out of the collection during the press include “The Hustle”, “Death Row”, “Drop Tha Mic” and “Young Snoop”.
Several editions of Snoop Dogge Coins were also sold out at the time of the press, with 626 out of 5,000 sold. Doug said that with him Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) CEO Elon Musk was going to smoke one of the coins on the moon. Earlier, Musk had said he would put Dogecoin (DOGE) literally on the moon.
Of the 20,000 issues of Diamond Joint, only 185 were sold in the press.
The song Young Snoop is described as a return to you [Snoop Dogg’s] roots and how he became what he is today. “
Proceeds from the sale of NFT will be used to support young and emerging artists in the cryptocurrency space and the Snoop Dogg Youth Football League.
Last month, digital artist Beeple sold NFT art for record millions. The sale was denominated in Ethereum (ETH), which traded 1.39% higher at $ 2,064.34 in the press.
ETH reached a record high of $ 2,152.45 on Friday.
See also: Now create your own NFT art featuring Elon Musk and Dogecoin with this website
The art, created by a humanoid robot, also sold for $ 0,000 in March, as did some other very strange pieces, including the first tweet from Twitter Inc. (NYSE: TWTR) and Square Inc (NYSE: SQ) CEO Jack Dorsey.
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