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3LAU called out NFT project Antonym


3LAU, owner of Royal, the NFT music marketplace, decided on the Antonym project in a Twitter post earlier in the current. Moreover, later, 3LAU and @ammtonym, the founder of Antonym, have talked in detailed.

Both of them connected via DMs, and the 3LAU has admitted that he failed. Actually, 3LAU and @ammtonym both determined to donate $100,000 to a Ukrainian relief fund.

This began with 3LAU, which called into question the credibility of the project, ‘Phygital’s’. He named it, a clever marketing ploy and used the word “nonsense.” In addition, he questioned a closed Discord and the real connection between the physical and digital proposals of the project.

Nevertheless, the way he asked appeared to annoy most Twitter users. After that, 3LAU regretted for his doings, stating, “PS i still confess that I could have done a little better, and I could perhaps have chosen a better project to select from.” Everybody makes mistakes now and again, and it is consistently good to confess when you are.
Later, 3LAU wrote an article describing his exchange with @ammtonym, covering what he has learned and what he wants to explain more about.

It is good to see the use of dialogue to resolve this situation. However, the $100,000 donation each to the Ukrainian Relief Fund will help many impoverished people.

Ultimately, in the last few days, we have noticed a number of NFT projects raise money and show their support for Ukraine. Numerous people are making lists of Ukrainian NFT artists to back in this hard period.

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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