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Yat Siu, Chairman of Animoca Brands, Just Purchased A MOAR NFT


Yat Siu, CEO of Animoca Brands, paid 30 ETH for a non-fungible token (NFT) from Joan Cornella’s “MOAR.”

Joan Cornellà, a Spanish humorist and artist, entered the NFT stadium to rapturous applause from his admirers. He is also well-known for his unusual artwork and cartoons, which include dark humor. While his work may seem humorous at first glance, it is often a subtle satire on human nature.

About the Moar NFT Collection

“MOAR” by Joan Cornella is a collection of 5,555 NFTs, including 50 of the artist’s hand-drawn artworks. Cornella employed around 180 various characteristics in the collection, which was created in collaboration with FWENCLUB.

The NFT collection, for those who are unaware, relates the story of “MOAR,” a metaverse mansion. In addition, the edifice is designed to house 5,555 animals, the souls of which are coined as NFTs on the ERC 721 blockchain.
Furthermore, MOAR’s 2022 strategy is highly attractive. After accomplishing two of its objectives, the MOAR team intends to release a little game in May.

The following are some of the MOAR NFT features:

  • A Legendary BG, which only 0.9% of all MOARs have.
  • A Dog Overall clothing, which only 0.02% of all MOARs have.
  • Legendary Hair (0.9% rarity).
  • MOAR VIP head (0.9% rarity).
  • Legendary Mouth (0.9% rarity)
  • A Dog Filter (0.02% rarity).

MOAR NFTs are being acquired by high-profile people, including Animoca Brands chairman Yat Siu. This clearly indicates that MOAR by Joan Cornella is prepared to dominate the gaming metaverse.

About Tiffany Ellis

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

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