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NFT artist XCOPY made $23M in 10 minutes via his open edition NFT


Renowned NFT artist, XCOPY lately grossed $23 million in just 10 minutes with his recent open addition NFT named “MAX PAIN.” The open auction sold 7349 NFTs for 1 ETH ($3,108 at the time), on the Nifty Gateway marketplace.

XCOPY has recently earned $23 million from his recent Nifty Gateway-based drop, “MAX PAIN”. This auction ended through a 10-minute open auction. He sold 7,394 pieces in that 10 minutes thanks to his large audience. The auction opened 2 days ago at 22:30 UTC, with no maximum limit on the amount which could be minted.

In addition to the MAX PAIN auction, two more auctions were held for limited XCOPY pieces. They were called “WASTER” and “DAMAGER LUX” that were 6 pieces and 1/1s respectively. In addition, those with five NFTs on Nifty Gateway could enter the raffle to buy one of 24 GOURMET SPICY’ p for as little as $1. Besides, after the latest release of XCOPY, “Afterburn” owners can burn one or two of their NFTs. In return, they receive a selection of other unpublished works.

The MAX PAIN pieces are currently on the aftermarket, with a minimum demand of $5,350, a profit of $2,242 at the time of writing for people who minted. Before launching, he got criticism from the community because it was priced at 1 ETH mint, and that was an open version.

XCOPY is an un known crypto artist who is very famous in the space. Regardless his anonymity, he stated that he resides in London. His audience is huge, and he is very committed to supporting his work because he has more than 172,000 followers on Twitter. This is a social media platform for NFTs and crypto.

About Tiffany Ellis

She is a smiley curious writer from the USA. She loves Cryptocurrencies, Arts an also NFTs.

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