While Lamborghini introduced a new use for its second wave of NFTs. Mark Zuckerberg’s little league baseball card is tokenized and will be sold at auction. DRAMA tokens were recently awarded to the most popular trolls on Twitter by Outcast Academy. However, Outcast Academy is a nonfungible token (NFT) initiative with offices in Solana. Outcast Academy calls itself an “entertainment NFT experiment”. It has introduced DRAMA tokens as a component of its “shitpost-to-earn” ecosystem.
It allows users to nominate their favourite tweets from Twitter shitposters by tagging the DramaReward bot account linked to this feature. A free airdrop of DRAMA tokens would be available to the nominated Twitter users. This new NFT project seeks to reward people who engage in the practice of “shitposting.” It is generally defined as posting content that is sardonic, satirical, caustic, or just plain trollish to elicit particular reactions.
Notably, the venture has the support of VaynerMedia. It is a marketing and media company run by a well-known businessman and NFT proponent Gary Vaynerchuck. Later this month, Outcast Academy will also make its debut on the NFT, releasing a collection of 5,000 NFT avatars that represent diverse high school stereotypes like geeks, jocks, and rebels. The initiative adds that it is currently “kept quiet” about the NFTs’ functionality but that it is creating a “entertain-to-earn ecology.”
Muck Zuckerberg’s tokenized baseball card
On September 24, a little league baseball card of Mark Zuckerberg will be put up for auction on an internet collectables marketplace. He is also known as the creator of Meta. The greeting card shows the picture of eight years old Muck Zuckerberg, wearing a baseball uniform and holding a bat.
Muck Zuckerberg is supposed to sign the greeting cards. He should also present it to his camp counsellor. So they are often produced as novelty gifts for young baseball players. Since then, the card has been produced as an NFT, and it will soon be auctioned off on ComicConnect. ComicConnect is an online marketplace for collectables. Although, the man himself does not approve of the auction.
“There’s nothing remotely like it. Mark Zuckerberg has impacted our culture more than every MLB and NBA player combined — and this card is truly one of a kind,” noted ComicConnect co-owner Stephen Fishler in a Monday announcement. Aada Finance is holding a $25,000 bug bounty competition as part of its mainnet launch on Tuesday.