Baby Doge Coin NFTs Sell Out in 3 Days
Massive NFT Adoption
Baby Doge Coin launched its Non-fungible Token (NFT) collection–Baby Doge Army NFTs on April 20 for whitelisted users. The popular meme coin later made its collection to the entire public on April 22. BabyDoge NFT sold out completely within a few days following the public sale.
The public sale went live on the protocol’s website with a mint price of 0.16 ETH. The NFT collection comprises 10,000 unique adoptable doges on the Ethereum blockchain, with over 200+ traits, according to the BabyDoge NFT website. On April 25, Baby Doge Coin announced on Twitter that the public mint was no longer available on the website. The meme coin protocol also tweeted that users can only buy the NFTs on the OpenSea marketplace.
MINT IS SOLD OUT ! 🔥— Baby Doge (@BabyDogeNFTs) April 25, 2022
You can currently only buy #BabyDogeArmy NFTs on: https://t.co/0CmmwGdZNl
Look for the blue ✔️ pic.twitter.com/ZuSI7Kmn9h
The collection is now available on the OpenSea marketplace. When the NFTs first appeared on the popular marketplace, the floor price was 0.21 ETH. However, the value increased 24 hours after Baby Doge Coin updated its users about its availability on the marketplace on Twitter. As a result, the floor price is now at 0.322 ETH, which is currently worth over $2,800.
With a huge user base propelling the adoption of the unique NFTs, Baby Doge Coin may become one of the top NFT platforms in a short period. However, the collection still has a long way to go in the NFT space, as it is still new in the industry. It is a positive sign that
What is Baby Doge Coin:
Baby Doge Coin is the acclaimed 'son' of popular meme token, DOGE. Baby Doge Coin has a hyper-deflationary system that progressively increases its scarcity and increases its liquidity. The project team hopes to ride the momentum of its ‘father’ coin but with faster transactions and enhanced cuteness.
The Baby Doge Coin project looks out for the welfare of dogs and is actively reaching out to dog shelters & organizations that benefit dogs. Helping rescue as many dogs as possible is its goal.
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