Capturing the life of Dogeboy
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- San Francisco, California Apr 25, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Popular meme cryptocurrency, Doge, is back in the spotlight recently, after surging over 400% within a month. Through this spike, Dogeboy has caught the attention of users on Mintable.
The story of Dogeboy has been nothing short of exciting the past year. Ever since the pandemic, Dogeboy has been living just like the rest of you… or maybe not.
Dogeboy can be seen chilling at the bar, paying for ice cream, and even riding a rollercoaster at the amusement park… by himself. While you were staying at home, Dogeboy was on a holiday, taking pictures of the Leaning Tower of Pisa and deejaying at a party. It’s not long before you can enjoy those things again, right? No doubt, Dogeboy has been living the life some of us are hoping for.
Sneak peeks of the life of Pandemic Dogeboy are now on auction at Mintable!
Mintable is a next-generation non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace built on the Ethereum & Zilliqa blockchain. Launched in 2018, Mintable has pushed the NFT industry forward by being the first to design gasless minting, batch minting, and royalties, empowering artists and creators to monetize their work via NFTs. Mintable’s gas-free minting option allows the everyday person to get involved with NFTs without any prior knowledge in coding or upfront cost of minting an asset – a great way for everyone to get into crypto. In 2021, Mintable announced the backing of a list of high-caliber investors including renowned venture capitalist and television personality, Mark Cuban, Sound Ventures, the venture fund founded by Guy Oseary and Ashton Kutcher, and TIME Ventures, the investment fund for Marc Benioff. To date, Mintable has sold and auctioned works by Grammy-Award-winning artists, 20th-century avant-garde artists, and various high-profile artists and celebrities.
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