Boss Apes Club is a one-of-a-kind NFT project

Boss Apes (BA) are a one-of-a-kind collection of 5,555 uncommon, hand-drawn, collectible non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on the Ethereum blockchain. Each Boss Ape possesses 8 or more characteristics and attributes that set it apart from the other NFTs.

“We make available to the community our Boss Apes (BA), which come in three different rarity levels: medium, rare, and legendary. Whitelist is open. There are currently 1,111 Boss Apes available to be mined at a price reduction of 0.08 ETH per coin. After successfully joining the whitelist, members will be granted access to the VIP section of the company’s Discord server. One lucky person selected from the whitelist of the company will get USD $15,000 worth of ETH. Additionally, there is a chance for an additional five whitelisted people to win USD $1,000 worth of ETH apiece. After all of our whitelist spots have been claimed, we will then make the victors public.”

The price of the mint will be 0.2 ETH. Whitelisted users are eligible to mint at a rate of 0.08 ETH, but only for a limited number of entries. The BA ecosystem is going to undergo an upgrade that will allow BA holders to inject their apes with special serums (of varying degrees of insanity) that will make their apes more powerful, terrifying, and hyperactive.

Massive cooperation and collaboration opportunity: play Metaverse games with Boss Apes and earn rewards

“We are going to work together with YGG and Galaxy Fight Club to have the apes registered as playable characters in the game. BA holders are able to participate in battles using their personally owned BA NFTs and are eligible to win unique rewards.”

Boss Ape owners will have the opportunity to reside in a jungle that is entirely dedicated to them within the Metaverse. Holders of Boss Apes tokens have the potential to acquire exclusive utilities such as special passes to in-real-life (IRL) events and gatherings and the ability to vote for upcoming projects in the Boss Ape DAO by participating in the Boss Apes jungle.




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