Vancouver, BC (Sept 9, 2021) Volume and demand for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have been surging for a variety of reasons, especially when selected NFT pieces are selling for millions of dollars. However, the debate about their utility never seems to end and they are in the news quite often.
The lucky few who acquire the “LUCKY HODLer” token charm will get good tidings and luck in their wallets as all symbols have green candles in them. There will be five (5) sets released starting with the Basic set (released in July 2021) followed by the limited release of LH series which was released August 30, 2021. The LH Series has Lucky Ganesha, Lucky Beetle, Maneki-neko 招き猫 (lucky fortune cat – Japan), zhāocái māo 招财猫 (lucky fortune cat – China), Lucky Hamsa (khomsa).
What’s unique about the LH Series is that they are customizable. For an additional fee, you can show the brand of wallet or coin that you want to bring particular luck on your LUCKY HODLer NFT.
The LH Series is designed to honour cryptocurrency traders that HODL by requiring a history of one (1) year of cryptocurrency trading in order to be eligible to purchase.
“Those who violate the rule,” says owner Canadian author Robert Joseph Greene. “will have their NFT tracking number delisted and thus will not be able to sell or trade their LUCKY HODLer NFT.”
The LH Series is also stackable and tradeable. If you stack any ten (10) of the LH series, you can trade them in for an upgrade to the next level for one (1) Diamond Hand set to be released late this year.
All LUCKY HODLer NFTs are culturally research to reflect a global set of charms.
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Robert Christofle, Publicist
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