Nifty News: Shitposters are set for $DRAMA rewards, Zuck’s Little League Card tokenization and more…

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Solana-based NFT project Outcast Academy has begun giving away its new $DRAMA tokens, rewarding the most popular community-nominated shitposters on Twitter.

Outcast Academy describes itself as an “entertainment NFT experience” and has launched $DRAMA tokens as part of its “shitpost-to-earn” ecosystem, allowing community members to tag its associated @DramaReward bot account to name their favorite tweets from Twitter shitposters.

Nominee Twitter years could receive airdropped $DRAMA tokens for free.

However, the specific details of the awards, the number of nominations required and other details have yet to be determined.

Shitposting generally refers to people posting content that is ironic, satirical, sarcastic, or just plain trolling to invoke certain reactions, and this new NFT draft aims to reward such behavior.

The project notably has the backing of VaynerMedia, the marketing and media agency owned by popular NFT promoter and entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuck.

Outcast Academy is also slated for its first NFT outing later this month, featuring a collection of 5,000 NFT avatars that represent various high school archetypes such as nerds, jocks, and rebels.

The project says it’s keeping the utility behind NFTs “silent” at this point, but notes it’s building an “entertain-to-win ecosystem.”

Muck Zuckerberg’s symbolic little league baseball card

A Little League baseball card featuring Meta founder Mark Zuckerberg will go up for auction Sept. 24 via an online collectibles market.

The card features a photo of eight-year-old Zuckerberg donning a baseball uniform with a bat in hand. These cards are usually made as novelty items for young baseball players, and Zuckerberg must have signed his card and given it to his camp counselor at the time.

The card has since been minted as an NFT and is expected to be auctioned through the online collectibles marketplace ComicConnect. The auction is not sanctioned by the man himself.

Little League Zuck: ComicConnect

“There is nothing remotely like it. Mark Zuckerberg has impacted our culture more than all MLB and NBA players combined – and this card is truly one of a kind,” ComicConnect co-owner Stephen Fishler said in a 12 announcement. september.

Given that The Zuck is a divisive figure due to the privacy-intrusive giant’s launch and heavy mining of personal data on Facebook, it remains to be seen what demand this NFT might have.

NFT loan on Cardano

Aada Finance, the first protocol to offer NFT lending and borrowing services on the Cardano blockchain, is offering a $25,000 bug bounty contest as part of its mainnet launch on September 13.

Those who can spot critical smart contract vulnerabilities and provide suggestions on how to fix them will receive $25,000 worth of protocol-native AADA tokens.

Aada Finance says it will offer users “peer-to-peer lending and borrowing in an order book style while fully controlling their loan applications and lending.”

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However, the platform may take a while to take off, as notable NFT action is still lacking on Cardano.

Cardano doesn’t even make it to CryptoSlam’s top 16 selling NFT networks list, despite the 16th place Theta generating just $117 in secondary sales volume in the last 24 hours.

Supercharged Lambo NFTs

Luxury sports car developer Lamborghini is set to launch its second series of NFTs this month, this time offering specific utility to avid collectors.

Lambo enthusiasts who collect three regular level drops from the company’s NFTs this month will receive priority access to a rare drop at the end of this month, one hour before other users.

Anyone who successfully collects eight rare tier NFTs from the drops will receive a gold tier NFT that grants them exclusive perks and rewards.

Virtual Lambo: Lamborghini

Incentives include a Lamborghini GLB file that allows hodlers to wear a “yet to be determined” Lambo model in the Metaverse, exclusive digital artwork by Mitja Borkert, Head of Design at Lamborghini, and a chance to join a tour of Sant’Agata of the company. Bolognese headquarters.

Lamborghini’s first NFT drop took place in January with a series of five tokenized artworks depicting a Lamborghini Ultimae launching into space above Earth. NFTs eventually sold in February for nearly $660,000 combined.