From meme coins to NFTs, how Web3 earns from Queen Elizabeth’s death

From meme coins to NFTs, how Web3 earns from Queen Elizabeth’s death

RIP The Queen Official has already sold more than 8,000 digital works of art, while QueenE Dao boasts pieces bought for over a thousand dollars.

Six hours pass since the announcement of the death of the Queen Elizabeth and on the online markets appear more than 40 meme coins, 520 NFTs linked to the monarch on Ethereum and Smart Chain Scales and a virtual gallery of works on Opensea. The Web3 responds, to celebrate it, to profit from it. A collection entitled RIP The Queen Official has already started selling 8,000 digital works of art. QueenE Dao on the other hand, it boasts pieces sold for over $ 1,000, the average of its market was less than $ 100 per file.

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Buyers can choose from several works portraying the Queen, all different. Comic-book format, or a series of images nested in an Andy Warhol-style grid. Portraits in black and white, watercolor, pixelated, overexposed. I also grow same corner, digital currencies with names linked to the Queen: Queen Elizabeth Inu, Save the Queen, Queen, QueenDoge, London Bridge is Down, are the main ones. Based on the data yes Dex Screenerthe Queen Elizabeth Inu meme coin on sales site PancakeSwap, gained its highest value in 24 hours with a rise in 28,50% starting with the launch on 9 September. The amount of content and the immediate response suggest that, in fact, everything was ready. The Web3, for some time, had prepared crocodiles in blockchain format.

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Within the crypto community there are also those who have pointed the finger at NFTs and meme coins linked to the Queen. A way to capitalize on the death of Elizabeth II, they say. Not only that, the grief is also added to the risk of speculation.

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