Snoop Dogg aka Cozomo de’ Medici revealed that he might’ve found what could end up being the ‘’next BAYC.’’
‘WVRPS by WarpSound’ NFT collection, which Snoop acquired last week comprises three main character varieties :a lady, a dragon, and a bunny.
Daft Punk helmets, Matrix shades, Sgt Pepper suits are the unique traits in the collection. The cherry on top is AI-generated music, which the owners have the complete rights to use however they want.
- Snoop Dogg feels CryptoPunks will underperform versus other punks.
- He bagged the WVRPS NFT collection, which could be the next potential BAYC.
- Snoop assisted tradart icon Alberto Chehebar in purchasing his first NFT.
Snoop Dogg feels that CryptoPunk, the OG NFT collection, will begin to underperform versus other punks.
The Medici Minutes newsletter shares that those who can afford a CryptoPunk NFT will usually not want to spend that much money on a one piece in the collection.
The people who can afford such pricey NFTs will most probably purchase a zombie or buy an XCOPY 1/1 instead of the punks, because it offers easy liquidity and less cost.
A CryptoPunk NFT will only be sold for its worth until the funds get bigger, the lending pools against NFTs become more efficient or if the entire world starts adopting NFTs, the hip hop mogul assumes.
Snoop bagged new 1/1s, “Reminders of the insane” by Luis Ponce, and “Just before the eruption” by Haru Komoda along with the WVRPS collection.
Savvy NFT collectors like Mooncat, Steve Aoki, Von Mises, Pranksy, etc have all grabbed WVRPS NFTs.
The rapper also assisted Alberto Chehebar, a traditional art icon, to purchase his first NFT on SuperRare.
Chehebar secured a metaverse-ready 3D GLB sculpture by Dom Qwek, at a price of 13 ETH, all thanks to Snoop who sees this as the ‘converging of traditional art and NFTs.’
Snoop thanked everyone who joined the Medici Gallery tour and announced that he will unveil special surprises for few subscribers and some guests which might apparently include a “priceless NFT.”
“And… huge plans for the Medici Collection, coming up this year.”