ShibaDoge NFTs are here. What does that mean for our growing community?

The ShibaDoge Doge Army NFT Project

Our goal with the Doge Army NFT project is to serve as an extension to our cryptocurrency and ecosystem of $SHIBDOGE. It is essentially an experiment in blending the audience of ERC20 investors with ERC721 investors. It’s quite surprising, but many people tend to stay in one lane (be it cryptocurrency investors or NFT investors). To me, they are one in the same. Our vision for the project is to create a broad ecosystem, encompassing all the areas of crypto, creating value for our community at every junction. That is why the founding team is so incredibly excited about the staking component of the NFTs. Much like our vision for the token which creates passive income through our 5% reflections, our NFTs will serve as an access token to earning additional $SHIBDOGE tokens just for holding. Unlike NFT projects that create a cryptocurrency on top of their NFT community, we took the opposite approach and brought our token holder community to the NFT space. By taking this approach, we hoped to give people tangible rewards that actually had exchangeable value from day 1. Our vision is to enable the opportunity for our NFT holders to stake as many NFTs as they so desire, multiplying their potential rewards in the form of $SHIBDOGE tokens. Those tokens can be used to exchange for ethereum, or can be held — compounding the rewards through our token reflections. It’s an interesting concept and I am personally curious to see how it impacts the lives of our community members. In addition to the staking, we intend to provide a number of different benefits for holders — which include private holder only access virtual events, early access to future NFT drops, and more. If you’re looking to mint your own Doge Army NFT, please visit our mint site: https://mint.realshibadoge.com. The public sale is available (at the time of publishing this) and each mint is .15 ethereum.

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