Adam Weitsman: The New Owner of Dookey Dash Golden Key

The Golden Key NFT

The Dookey Dash Golden Key has sold! After rejecting a number of offers, Mongraal finally accepted an offer from Adam Weitsman. In a much-anticipated sale, Adam Weitsman bought the key for a huge 1000 ETH, which is around $1.6 million at the time of writing. Mongraal initially earned the coveted “Golden Key” through the NFT game, Dookey Dash, released by BAYC creators, Yuga Labs.

The Golden Key NFT recently bought by Adam Weitsman.

Adam Weitsman Scoops Up Coveted NFT.

How Adam Weitsman Scored the Dookey Dash Golden Key

After competing against over 25,000 players, Fortnite pro, Kyle ‘Mongraal’ Jackson emerged as the winner of Dookey Dash. He expressed his gratitude to Yuga Labs for hosting the competition and said he looks forward to participating in future events. Since Mongraal won the key, the NFT community has watched excitedly as offers were made and subsequently refused. So, how did Adam Weitsman acquire Mongraal’s pass for less than half the original asking price of 2,222 ETH?

Adam Weitsman, the CEO of Upstate Shredding and owner of several BAYC assets, purchased the key on OpenSea for 1,000 ETH. Mongraal described Adam Weitsman as “a super nice guy” and said he was “thrilled” with the sale. Previously, Mongraal refused offers from the United Planets DAO and 9GAG, both of which were smaller, but still significant.

What is Dookey Dash?

Members of Bored Ape Yacht Club and Mutant Ape Yacht Club received Sewer Pass NFTs for free, which gave them exclusive access to the Dookey Dash game. The game was open from Jan. 18 to Feb. 15 and has already generated a whopping 39,676 ETH (about $64 million) in total volume on OpenSea! But don’t worry if you missed out on the leaderboard. Sewer Pass holders can still join the fun and play Dookey Dash: Toad Mode. This will run until March 1 and offer players the chance to win additional rewards. We’re sure all eyes will be on Adam Weitsman and the Golden Key to see what happens next!

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