Dmitry Gordon Released NFT Super Gordon Collection
- Gordon presented the author’s collection of art tokens
- The journalist brightly advertised “his offspring” and promised the owners a “secured old age.”
Journalist Dmitry Gordon presented the NFT collection called SUPER GORDON. It included 3,500 art tokens – ” unique and original, like Gordon himself .” They depict a colorful journalist in different images – with a naked torso, a Cossack mustache, Superman’s clothes, etc.
NFTs involve combinations of 150 elements with different levels of rarity. The QMALL exchange has become a partner of the collection, and the tokens themselves are minted on the BSC blockchain.
The celebrity brightly advertised his project. He promises that his NFTs will rise in price, so buyers will ” provide for themselves a comfortable old age and a good inheritance for their grandchildren .”
Prices and details
The cost of the token starts at 0.5 BNB, but they have not gone on sale yet. Gordon will announce the date of the minting on his website or social networks. Fans will be able to use Metamask or Trust Wallet to pay.
NFT holders will have access to unique physical goods. What kind of goods – Gordon does not specify. But earlier, he sold “pyramids,” sweets, and other souvenirs.
The other day, Apple fixed a 30% tax on NFT trading in App Store applications in its rules. They also added language that crypto companies would not like. The rules allow in-app purchases of NFTs but strictly prohibit using any NFTs purchased elsewhere (view only). Also, applications cannot insert links to purchase tokens through third-party sites.