Fyooz Launches Ethereum NFT to Play Beer Pong With Post Malone

Key Takeaways

  • Fyooz has launched “experience NFTs” which will offer holders exclusive opportunities to meet celebrities.
  • Their first NFT will be to join the celebrity beer pong championship which stars Post Malone.

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Post Malone has partnered with online talent marketplace Fyooz, which has launched its first “experience NFTs,” allowing holders to play beer pong with celebrities. 

Fyooz Launches NFT-based Celebrity Event

Fans have a chance to participate in the World Pong Champion starring celebrities like Post Malone, King Bach, and Lil Yachty. 

Holders of Fyooz’s native token FYZ NFT in the “circle” are airdropped celebrity NFTs from time to time. 

The minimum FYZ for eligibility and entry in the telegram group is 1,000 FYZ. Currently, 1000 FYZ NFT on Uniswap costs 0.33 ETH on Uniswap. The amount for playing pong with Malone could be set higher. The platform’s tokens are based on Ethereum and are available on Uniswap. 

The experience NFT is the first of its kind, offering an opportunity to hang out with celebrities. Remo Prinz, a cofounder of Fyooz, wrote:

“The introduction of Experience NFTs with artists such as Post Malone demonstrates Fyoozs’ determination to find new ways to push crypto into the mainstream.”

Other artists who will offer Fyooz NFTs include King Bach and Lil Yachty. Lil Yachty sold his first NFT in December—a one-of-a-kind digital collectible—for $16,050 in partnership with the project. 

Post Malone’s talent manager Dre London is also a signatory to the partnership. Dre London said, “we’re working hard to bring the entertainment business and the crypto community together at Fyooz. 

Apart from Malone, Dre also represents Tyga. Fyooz NFT may soon drop new collectibles from more celebrities.

Disclosure: The author held Bitcoin at the time of press. 

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Social Token App Fyooz Offers Chance to Play Beer Pong With Rap Artist Post Malone

Rapper Post Malone and his manager Dre London have teamed up with social money platform Fyooz to launch a celebrity beer pong league using non-fungible tokens (NFTs).

According to the announcement, the Celebrity World Pong League NFT will bring recipients the chance to play beer pong against the rapper.

Beer pong is a drinking game that involves players throwing a ping pong ball across a table with the mission of landing it in a glass of beer on the other end. NFTs, meanwhile, are digital tokens that can have different attributes to represent a wide variety of physical goods as well as intangible assets.

“We’re working hard to bring the entertainment business and the crypto community together at Fyooz,” said Dre London. “The different type of entertainment, experiences, and innovative NFTs we’re working on can help drive mass adoption and evolve the live entertainment business at the same time.”

To take part in the NFT event, users must hold the FYZNFT token, which will be airdropped to the Fyooz community and will also be available on Uniswap. Fyooz Experience NFTs can be held or traded, the firm said.

The NFT trend is seeing increased interest from celebrities. Actress Lindsay Lohan tweeted about her first digital collectible Wednesday. Lohan said she would donate proceeds from the sale of the token to charities that accept bitcoin. And also on Wednesday, a charity-focused art NFTs project launched with backing from the Winklevoss brothers, Philadelphia 76ers-owner Michael Rubin and DJ Alesso.

Fyooz said it plans to drop other collectibles from artists including King Bach and Lil Yachty for initiatives across live gaming, digital artwork, memes, music, and video NFTs.



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Lil Pump Is Doing a Social Token Called PumpCoin

“Gucci Gang” rapper Lil Pump is the latest celebrity to dip into the realm of social tokens with the listing of his “PumpCoin” on social money platform Fyooz.

The 20-year-old rapper appears to be following the Lil Yachty crypto playbook: a token sale on Fyooz and a subsequent non-fungible token (NFT) auction on the Winklevoss-owned Nifty Gateway.

Lil Pump, whose real name is Gazzy Garcia, is banking on his 25 million social media followers to take ownership of a “PumpCoin,” which, similar to a recent string of experiments with social tokens, will give fans exclusive access to the Colombian-American singer. 

“There has never been a greater need for artists and fans to find a new way of engaging given the lack of industry events from COVID-related shutdowns,” Remo Prinz, co-founder of the Zurich-based Fyooz, said in a statement. “Social tokens are a way for artists and other personalities to potentially monetize fan engagement.” Fyooz token sales are not open to U.S. investors.

The YachtyCoin sale last week raised at least $276,000 for the Atlanta-born rapper. Lil Yachty’s digital collectible sold for $16,050 this week to Bill Lee, a general partner at early-stage VC firm Craft Ventures who sniped the NFT from “bitcoin billionaire” Tyler Winklevoss at the last minute. 

This follows a trend of flashy NFT auctions by high-profile musicians. Canadian DJ Deadmau5 launched a series of digital collectibles this week, RAREZ, worth around $100,000. On Wednesday night, a piece of the collection named “In Titan’s Light” sold for 78 ETH ($50,039) on NFT platform SuperRare.



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