DeGods NFT: The DAO Gets a Basketball Team in the Big3 League from Ice Cube

The DAO DeGods NFT has confirmed the acquisition of the Big 3 league professional basketball team Killer 3s from Ice Cube. The latter is a legendary rapper who became the owner of the DeGods NFT #3177 valued at 365 Solana (SOL).

DeGods NFT DAO uses Big3 team split

At this time, no official information has been leaked about theDAO’s Acquisition of DeGods NFT Basketball Team Killer 3s† But we can quote their tweet published on April 28 announcing the outcome of the negotiations.

The post in question features a video highlighting the talent of the players of Killer 3s, a team from the Big3 league. For your guidance, we would like to clarify that this is:a 3 out of 3 basketball league† The owner is none other than the rapper Ice Cube who has lately made no secret of his intention to split the ownership of the teams by issuing NFTs.

Here is the content of this famous tweet:

The DeDAO has acquired a professional basketball team† †

Killer 3s, Big3 and Ice Cube

We pointed out above that the Big3 is a league of about a dozen teams, including Killer 3s. Founded by Ice Cube and Jeff Kwatinetz, this league develops an original concept of half-court basketball. In practice, the competitions are organized in particular according to the principle of “4-point shot, with three 4-point circles beyond the 3-point line“. Actually, the Big3 competition relies heavily on innovation, entertainment and players

We also want to let you know that Ice Cube just released theDeGods NFT #3177† In a video shared this morning on Discord, he touched on a broader idea of ​​letting NFT communities buy majority stakes in teams.

Details:

We thought about this question: should a community have such a team? And the answer is yes, especially if it’s the right community […]† The league needs these communities, and these communities want to become the league and let it grow† †

Of course, he added that not all teams in the league will adopt the same approach and many tokens will remain accessible to the greatest number.

It should also be noted that Big3 is planning a new sale of the NFT teams’ ownership shares in May.

Ice Cube, co-founder of Big3 and his NFT DeGods

DeGods DAO authorizes the use of the DUST token

Given the lack of official communication regarding this acquisition, the DeGods team explained via a tweet. The details provided are theissuance of tickets, derivatives and partial ownership of Killer 3s using the DUST token

This is what they said about it:

We plan to offer tickets, derivatives and ownership shares in DUST (and much more) † We will empower our community to use intellectual property to create independent revenue streams. [Puis]notTomorrow at 3pm PST we’re hosting a Twitter Spaces with @icecube and @JeffKwatinetz to announce all the details.

Anders, Frank DeGods, founder of the DeGods NFT project, explained in an interview that it “probably the most compelling experience in the entire NFT space right now.

Then he added that millions of people now have the chance to own a basketball team. Enough to enable them to realize their dream.

The screenshot below highlights his vision of owning a basketball team.

Source: Discord

Several questions remain unanswered, most notably the affiliation of the NFT DeGods project with Solana (SOL). Or the amount of Fire level NFT shares of Killer 3s purchased by the DAO, which equates to 25 units. This gives access to a total of 500 places (out of 975 existing) on ​​the “whitelistto docoinTeam Gold level NFTs. We also use this conclusion to reveal that the NFTs of the teams collected in the Big3 competition will be minted on Ethereum (ETH).

Source: decode; Ehereum World News

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