Power Pups NFT is Set to Release 10,000 Pieces of Digital Art with Over 250 Varying Traits

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LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / November 23, 2021 / Power Pups, a non-fungible token featuring unique dog characters, is set to release 10,000 pieces of digital art with over 250 varying traits. The release of Power Pups NFT has been announced to be November 26, 2021, at 5 PM EST. Each Power Pup token will cost 0.05 Ethereum (ETH) to mint. A maximum of 20 Power Pups can be minted per transaction, but purchasers are allowed to complete as many transactions as they desire. Second market royalties for Power Pups NFT have been set to 2.5%.

"There has been lots of hype around the upcoming release of Power Pups NFT, especially since the announcement of our massive giveaways throughout each level of our project roadmap," stated a representative of Power Pups. "We plan to give away a Model 3 Tesla and a McLaren 570s to a random Power Pup owner."

Once all 10,000 Power Pups have been minted, a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) will be developed and available to token holders. Winners from the tournaments of the online games will receive prizes in the form of Ethereum cryptocurrency. Each Power Pup NFT features built-in authentication, which serves as proof of ownership. Prior to the upcoming late November release, Power Pups is allowing 1,000 interested purchasers to join a "Whitelist" to become early entry owners and reserve their Power Pups NFT purchase in advance. Once the Whitelist spots have been filled, other interested purchasers will have to wait until the official Power Pups NFT release on November 26th.

To follow the latest updates about Power Pups NFT, visit their Twitter at www.twitter.com/powerpupsnft or their Discord at www.discord.gg/mpcvmuBRfh.

To purchase Power Pups tokens on the release date, go to www.powerpupsnft.com.

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