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Floyd Mayweather’s Mayweverse NFT Collection Goes Unsold


Floyd Mayweather, the world’s most renowned boxer, has recently released a new NFT collection called Mayweverse. The collection is limited to 5000, with each one worth 0.3 ETH.

Floyd has been a bitcoin enthusiast for quite some time. He has abandoned his previous two NFT businesses and sponsored numerous rug pulls since his return from space. People are avoiding this project at all costs due to his track record in the NFT field.

Floyd said clearly that the mint price is 0.3 ETH to “maximize your revenue and value.” Furthermore, 0.3 ETH is frequently seen as a relatively high mint price. Second, developers seldom address “profitability.”

The NFT industry seems to be shifting as more people realize that the majority of these ventures are nothing more than celebrity money grabs. Floyd, as previously disclosed, has placed his previous two projects on hold.

Only 147 of the 5000 probable NFTs in the collection have been minted. The statement that Discord has 115K “real” members is hilarious. Again, the NFT community is dynamic and has developed as a result of past mistakes.
Floyd has said that he expects to keep working on this project indefinitely. He also intends to build a metaverse. The overwhelming majority of NFT members see straight through these assertions. As a result, multiple people have asked the SEC to look into Floyd’s numerous money-making techniques. Even though NFT investors seem to be becoming more intelligent, the Floyd Mayweather project has yet to sell out.

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He is a freelance writer based in Turkey. He loves NFTs, football, film and technology.

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