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"100 Dollar Apes" A new unique NFT collection has officially launched on OpenSea

A new unique NFT collection has hit OpenSea this week with the release of "100 Dollar Apes" on the Polygon (MATIC) Network. "First dollar - Multi Ape mood"

[PRESS RELEASE – Paris, France, 24th May 2022]

A new NFT collection has hit OpenSea this week "100 Dollar Apes" which is a unique collection of 10,000 NFT apes on 100 dollar bills. This NFT project which launched on the 19th May has currently an average sale price of 0.0138ETH and today has had a volume of 0.165ETH. 

For those unfamiliar with NFT (non-fungible-tokens) are generally built using the same kind of programming as cryptocurrency, like bitcoin or Ethereum. A non-fungible token is a financial security consisting of digital data stored in a blockchain, a form of distributed ledger. The ownership of an NFT is recorded in the blockchain, and can be transferred by the owner, allowing NFTs to be sold and traded. Physical money and cryptocurrency are “fungible,” meaning they can be traded or exchanged for one another.

"100 Dollar Apes" has the first 100 NFTs priced at $100 each and experts believe that this will be the project to watch out for. This would be an ideal NFT to gift anyone as a memorisable item; These apes are on the Polygon Network with the original contract address 0x7704c64672AC8A1E85DB6C4A9f51842AE5030377 you can also track the DAPES using Polygon scan

100 Dollar Ape #8 - OpenSea

What makes these "100 Dollar Ape" NFTs so interesting are the all the different properties that make up these apes, from different coloured apes, different clothes from jackets to shirts to different eyes, teeth and hats.100 Dollar Apes have hundreds of different properties to choose from to find the perfect ape for you.

100 Dollar Ape #9378 - OpenSea

All these apes are available for purchase now on OpenSea go check them out.

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