Doggy Land Launches Thug Dogs NFT’s 

Doggy Land Launches Thug Dogs NFT’s  – Doggy Land launched a new initiative, Thug Dogs NFTs, on the Ethereum blockchain on March 7th, with a collection of 10,000 dogs. Thug Dogs NFTs will be sold for 0.06 ETH and will have a fair lunch.

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Doggy Land, the company that produces Thug Dogs NFTs, wants to build a community of investors, and the Thug Dogs initiative is in need of volunteers. Doggy Land aspires to create an incredible and one-of-a-kind community of like-minded people who sincerely enjoy NFT and ’90s hip-hop culture.

And this launch is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to bring people from all around the world together to work on a single project.

The Thug Dogs NFT project is a tribute to the ’90s and hip-hop culture, as the project’s creators believe the era passed too swiftly and was unjustly forgotten.

The NFT’s collection brings together 10,000 NFT puppies on the Ethereum blockchain, all of which are inspired by the magnificent gangster style of the 1990s and 2000s. Each NFT dog has its unique ’90s style, evoking the atmosphere and taste of the era’s fashion, which encouraged originality and a daring attitude.

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The Doggy Land team has opted to release this special collection of NFTs very soon to commemorate the golden years of hip-hop. So, on March 7th, at 4 p.m. ET, the actual launch will take place.

The white list members will be the first to arrive at the launch event, followed by the general public, who will be seated based on availability. The first participants will have priority access and receive bonuses in the future.

Doggy Land is a crypto-activist group that aspires to create communities that value NFTs. In the future, Doggy Land intends to offer more NFT collections to reward and appreciate NFT holders.

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