The Bitcoin Ordinal craze has attracted several well-known NFT collections; the newest to join the craze is the DeGods group, which made a reputation for itself with the DeGods NFTs on the Solana blockchain.
With 535 distinct Ordinal NFTs that will mint on the Bitcoin blockchain, DeGods have returned. The DeGods team burnt down all 535 NFTs in order to reduce supply after they were created on the Solana blockchain in 2021.
DeGods said in a Twitter release that the debut of their Ordinal NFTs is a pioneering minting event. Investors and the DeGods community have been pumped for the public mint event, which will operate on a first come, first served basis.
DeGods has also said that in order to get the inscription, minters will require both an Ordinals wallet and a self-custody Bitcoin wallet with at least 0.444 BTC available.
The minimal BTC statement gives us reason to think that the DeGods Ordinals’ floor price will be about 0.444 BTC.
DeGods said in another tweet that 500 DeGods will be accessible in the Bitcoin mint and that the remaining 34 would be raffled off or put up for auction with the company’s $DUST tokens the following day.
The winning price at the inaugural Bitcoin DeGod auction of the NFT, “The Original Frank,” was a whopping 44,252 $DUST, or almost USD 80,096 at the time of writing.
The original DeGods and DeadGod NFT holders have the option of staking their NFTs in order to earn $DUST, which they may then spend to improve their NFTs and take part in raffles and other activities in the DeGods community.
Killers32, a professional basketball club in the BIG3 league, has been bought by DeGods, the first community in the NFT sector. Talk about being GODS—DeGod NFT holders receive courtside access, ticket access, and interactions with the coach and players!
Compiled by Coinbold