Eminem joins Bored Ape Yacht Club with $450,000 NFT purchase
Eminem has joined Bored Ape Yacht Club, a cryptocurrency that promises to make the world “bored again”. The rapper’s move is just one in an increasing number of celebrities who have made their NFTs public.
The “eminem nft price” is the amount of money that Eminem paid for his new album. He joined Bored Ape Yacht Club with this purchase and gave them $450,000 NFT.
Eminem, the popular musician, has joined the ranks of non-fungible token (NFT) fans, having purchased Bored Ape Yacht Club #9055 for 123.45 Ethereum (approximately $453,000 at the time) over the weekend.
Shady Holdings (a homage to Eminem’s popular song The Real Slim Shady), the OpenSea account that conducted the transaction, was established only three days ago—likely for this very reason. Eminem altered his Twitter profile photo shortly after to show off his new NFT bling.
On Twitter, Eminem flaunted his Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT.
Eminem’s collection has already expanded to 22 NFTs after he acquired #9055, as users pointed out, but there’s a catch. A deeper look revealed that, with the exception of the Bored Ape, each of Eminem’s current NFTs was transferred to him by other users, most likely to draw attention to their own inventions.
Yes, Eminem’s NFTs now include a dick pick (of sorts). This is because, in the realm of blockchains, consumers have no method of refusing any form of “gifts,” whether or not they are merited.
This Monday (11/29) at 1 p.m. EST, we’ll be releasing our first NFT project.
For more information, join our discord: https://t.co/1YAG11gj8w pic.twitter.com/RMi8V6IUSJ
November 28, 2021 — beer.eth (@budweiserusa)
For example, when Budweiser purchased the “beer.eth” domain name for 30 ETH (about $100,000 at the time) in August, the same thing occurred (complete with naughty photos). However, the corporation quickly removed any irrelevant (and certainly unwelcome) donations from its OpenSea website.
Budweiser also released its own branded line of NFTs in late November.
On November 2, NFT collector GeeGazza anticipated (or rather hoped) that Eminem would acquire this particular Bored Ape, tweeting, “I still believe @Eminem is meant to buy my @BoredApeYC one day.” It seems that if you ask for anything, it will be provided to you.
@Eminem is still on the verge of purchasing my @BoredApeYC. pic.twitter.com/JuoNdE446Q
November 2, 2021 — GeeGazza (@Gee Gazza)
In other developments, reports circulating in the crypto community say that both Dave Chappelle and Britney Spears may have just purchased their own pieces of Bored Apes joy. However, as of press time, none of them has acknowledged or disputed this, thus the truth remains a mystery.
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The “nft sales” is a cryptocurrency that was created by Bored Ape Yacht Club and is available for purchase on the Ethereum blockchain. The token sale ended in May 2018, but it can still be bought on exchanges.