We’re back with a new week of Nightly Mint material, as Hollywood stars make headlines for all the right (and wrong) reasons. Sylvester Stallone is taking his film career to non-fungible tokens, and Floyd Mayweather is back at it again.
All in a Monday’s worth of NFT action. Let’s dive into today’s action.
The Nightly Mint
Latest Mint: Sylvester Stallone
According to a report first released by Deadline, Stallone is minting 9,997 generative NFTs, titled ‘SLYGuys,’ as part of a ‘PlanetSLY Collection.’ Additionally, the most premium tier of the NFTs will offer dinner with the Hollywood legend, as well as virtual movie screenings, exclusive events, and more.
The NFTs will be minted on Ethereum and are expected to release within the next month.
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Like much of the market, Ethereum (ETH) is trending upwards recently; the blockchain continues to be many project's 'blockchain of choice' in the NFT landscape - as exhibited by Sylvester Stallone's new project. | Source: ETH-USD on TradingView.com
Mayweather Makes Headlines… Again
Legendary boxer Floyd Mayweather is cited as having north of $1B worth of career earnings. That didn’t slow Mayweather from a ‘slow rug’ on his first NFT project, and the star was also named in the EthereumMax class action suit. This list is far from exhaustive, as the boxer has previously settled with the SEC and has dealt with other controversial matters in the crypto arena. Now, Mayweather is back to mint again.
Signature crypto sleuth @zachxbt came through with the ratio on the matter:
Here before the project slow rugs. Don’t you have a reputation of promoting scams? pic.twitter.com/szJQmwqTkT
— zachxbt (@zachxbt) March 21, 2022
The ‘Minty Fresh’ Take
Wen right click save airdrop? Our ‘minty fresh’ take is from the weekend, but just as applicable:
$APE coin was airdropped to original APE NFT holders.
People who right clicked saved APE image and used it as their profile picture didn't received anything.
Hope now you understood the difference between owning an NFT and Saving an NFT through right click.
— Kashif Raza (@simplykashif) March 19, 2022
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