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Doja Cat Single Edition NFT Sold for $188K Through Marketplace OneOf

A Doja Cat NFT sold for $188,000 on the OneOf NFT marketplace. The superstar’s single edition crystal token was sold to the highest bidder for $188,888.

The Doja Cat NFT sold have two comprehensive flying experiences for fans, which can be refunded against any of her future shows.

However, this is not the only reason why the transaction was successful. This purchase is now the highest price ever paid for a token on the Tezos blockchain. As regular readers know, the network boasts of its environmental credentials, which OneOf also believes in. The marketplace, which is designed for the music industry, is also announcing its green credentials.

You may wonder what Tezos is. Tezos is a green blockchain which is quickly growing, competing with Ethereum platform. The latter was a favorite network for a while.
Nevertheless, increased congestion has caused a high transaction costs and slower settlement times. By comparison, Tezos provides a much more effective solution that, most importantly, has a far less environmental influence.

Doja Cat is the stage name of the American rapper, singer Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini.
Up to now, she received two American Music Awards, three MTV Video Music Awards and three Grammy Award nominees. Last on a growing list of music-related NFT projects, it was recently reported how the Kings of Leon was the first band to send an EFT to space. At the same time, other stars like deadmau5 dance producer, Japanese pop- metal outfit Babymetal, and rapper Snoop Dogg have also explored NFTs.

About Nicolle

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

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