American YouTuber and boxer, Logan Paul, has launched a new NFT collection and DAO titled 99 Originals. This NFT collection is where Paul took 99 photos over 99 days through a Polaroid while travelling 84,029 miles around the world during this timeframe.
99 Originals/Original DAO
This collection by Logan Paul is extremely exclusive, with only 99 one-of-one NFTs being available. Each person who owns one of the original NFTs will be given many benefits including an original physical copy of the polaroid (authenticated and slabbed by PSA) and access to the DAO.
To purchase one of Logan Paul’s 99 Originals, you will have to bid on the auction which will take place on the main page of originals.com once every day, with each auction running for 24 hours. There’s no way to tell whether these will gain hype, but with Logan’s multi-million people strong audience, there’s a high chance that each of the NFTs will be difficult to get.
The funds of the primary sales are set to go to three places. First, 49% will go into Logan’s pocket, as the creator. Next, 50% will be allocated to the treasury, where holders can decide where the money will be spent. Finally, the remaining 1% will be allocated to holders of Logan Paul’s Pokémon NFTs. From the secondary sales, Logan Paul and the treasury will retain 3.5% each.
About Logan Paul
To clarify, Logan Paul is an American social media personality, mainly focusing on his YouTube and podcast platforms. During his career, he’s done many things. These include daily vlogs, boxing (including fighting Floyd Mayweather), music, TV acting, NFT creating, investing in Pokémon cards and more. After a controversy in 2017, Paul has seemingly jumped back into the spotlight and is seeing more positive news stories around him.
This comes whilst his brother, Jake, is creating a name for himself as a pro boxer. He has taken the “villain” status in the sport and is growing forms of hate from viewers. Jake has fought an array of YouTubers and UFC fighters but is yet to fight a professional boxer. He was set to fight a pro boxer from the UK, Tommy Fury who is the brother of Heavyweight champion Tyson. This was before Fury backed out because of injury.
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