DeFiBench has released a 3D NFT together with Gemini and Winklevoss Capital, dedicated to the Winklevoss twins.
This was announced by Cameron Winklevoss himself on Twitter saying:
“LOVE this NFT”.
— Cameron Winklevoss (@cameron) February 14, 2021
The complex NFT in three dimensions is illustrated in a special video made by DeFiBench and published on their YouTube channel.
The description of the video reads:
“Only EDDA HODLers will be able to farm this exclusive NFT”.
EDDA is an ERC20 token that will be distributed by DeFiBench with a special token sale, so the Winklevoss twins’ 3D NFT is an advertising initiative.
It is the native token of the DeFiBench ecosystem, named after an ancient collection of Norse mythological poems. According to its creators, holders of EDDA tokens will be the main beneficiaries of the use and growth of DeFiBench, and will eventually govern the ecosystem in a decentralized manner.
In total, only , of which 75,000 EDDA tokens will be issued0% will be distributed through the token sale.
Each of the 3,500 EDDA tokens on sale costs 0.75 ETH (approximately $1,300), and over 800 have already been sold.
The soft cap is 1,500 ETH (2,000 EDDA), while the hard cap is 2,625 ETH (3,500 EDDA).
NFT on the Winklevosses: Who are the founders of Gemini?
The Winklevoss twins are real hotshots in the crypto world, to the extent that a movie is being made about their story.
In fact, the twins became famous thanks to another film, The Social Network, based on the story of the birth of Facebook, in which they appeared to have been somehow tricked by Mark Zuckerberg.
In fact, they then sued the Facebook creator, and won, investing in bitcoin what they earned from that victory.