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$APE on OpenSea, Purchase The Otherside Land With Your $APE on The Secondary Marketplace

$APE on OpenSea, Purchase The Otherside Land With Your $APE on The Secondary Marketplace

The release and sale of Otherside Land takes place on April 30, as previously stated. The good news is that you can also get the land via OpenSea, which is fantastic. Yes, $Ape has been added to the secondary sale, so you can purchase by both $Ape and ethereum there. There is a lot of rumor that what if Yuga switches all of their OpenSea collections (BAYC, MAYC, etc.) to sales in $APE only. $ape will do $7.8 billion in volume yesterday, but we don’t know if this is true.

It’s possible because it was announced the day before the sale that you needed $apes to get your plot on the other side. Some offer remarkable advice, urging everyone to purchase BAYC Land. 2 ETH for a plot isn’t much; sandbox land went for 5 ETH, Decentraland (boomerland) is STILL above 2 ETH, and no one has ever utilized it. BAYC has a 100-times increase in power. Since $ape is now available on OpenSea, the price of Apecoin is likely to rise.

Yuga Labs launched ApeCoin, the cryptocurrency that would power the Otherside metaverse, a month ago. Another in a long series of presents was a big airdrop of ApeCoins to BAYC owners. With a total supply of one billion coins and a present circulating supply of 277.5 million coins, both the maximum and total supply are locked at one billion. ApeCoin has risen to the top 30 cryptocurrencies in terms of market capitalization, despite having been launched just a few weeks ago.

Yuga Labs is now receiving a lot of attention. Andreessen Horowitz has led a $450 million funding round for Animoca Brands, FTX, Google, and MoonPay.

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