Steve Aoki lately purchased an Azuki NFT, now it’s being questioned whether or not or not his notorious ‘Aoki Curse’ is actual. Earlier than, folks have questioned this curse earlier than up to now. Apparently, there’s a tendency for flooring to drop close to the time that DJ Steve Aoki apes within the assortment for some cause.
Will the Aoki Curse proceed for Azuki?
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The ‘Aoki Curse’ has circled round Twitter on a number of events the place the worldwide well-known DJ has bought an NFT from a giant assortment. Some standout examples embrace Moonbirds, his funding into Yuga Labs, 3Landers, Moonbirds and extra (notice, the costs didn’t all go down after his purchases, and a few examples embrace folks questioning whether or not to not it could occur).
Most lately, Steve Aoki purchased into the Moonbirds assortment that was rising in reputation throughout the final month at an all-time excessive, earlier than it dipped.
Now, Aoki has bought an Azuki NFT for 23.98 ETH final night time. Individuals are definitely involved, which can be cheap, or possibly really cheap. The acquisition was round 19 hours in the past, and the present ground value is 23 ETH. Within the final 24 hours, the ground value of Azuki is down 7.11% within the final 24 hours, a time during which Aoki’s buy was included.
Azuki is a well-liked, blue-chip NFT assortment that was created in February of this 12 months. Their premier assortment, merely titled ‘Azuki’ sits at a ground value of 23 ETH. It as soon as reached a excessive of 31.5 ETH. Their secondary assortment, BEANZ, has a ground value of three.6 ETH, and so they this morning introduced a partnership with Ledger.
Azuki have 305,000+ followers on Twitter, with 129,000 Discord members. A few of their well-known followers embrace Pranksy, FaZe Banks and naturally, Steve Aoki.
The whole assortment and their secondary assortment have gained a lot of hype since their launch. The corporate have undoubtedly grow to be one of many largest and hottest NFT collections.
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