Crypto Whale Demasia.Eth Went On A Massive Meebit Shopping Spree Spending Nearly 300 Eth
Updated: Jul 29
After yesterday’s Meebits announcement from Yuga Labs, this crypto user went on a Meebit shopping spree all day.
Demasia.Eth purchased two high end Meebits today and swept the Meebits floor between three of their accounts, according to Etherscan data.
The notable collector began their shopping spree earlier today by sweeping the Meebits floor using their 0xa835e wallet. In total, Demasia.Eth purchased 19 Meebits for 113.165 Eth or 192,380 USD. The Bored Ape Gazette believes that this wallet belongs to Demasia.Eth based on a recent transfer from Demasia.Eth to 0xa835e.
Check out some of the Meebits that Demasia.Eth bought during this sweep.
For most people, a nearly $200,000 USD Meebit sweep would have be enough shopping for one day; but Demasia.Eth is not most people.
Hours after this crypto whale completed their Meebit floor sweep, Demasia.Eth purchased two of the rarest Meebits in the collection using the wallet 0x2717c9F20Fe37Dcc734De14E7093dD664262B006. The Bored Ape Gazette believes that this is Demasia.Eth’s wallet based on a previous 300 Eth transfer 15 days ago.
The two high-end Meebits that Demasia.Eth purchased were Meebit #14295 and Meebit #19752.
Meebit #14295 is a six-trait skeleton type with a suit and classic shoes. Based on these traits, Meebit #14925 is the 151st most rare Meebit, according to Rarity Tools. Demasia.Eth purchased this Meetbit for 115 Eth or $195,500 USD.
The second high end Meebit that Demasia.Eth purchased was Meetbit #19752. Meebit #19752 is a 10-trait robot type Meebit with a skull tee, cargo pants and a cap. Based on these traits, Meebit #19752 is the 309th most rare Meebit, according to Rarity Tools. Demasia.Eth purchased this Meebit for 70 Eth or $119,000 USD.
Demasia.Eth’s Meebit shopping spree came just a day after Yuga Labs announced that the Meebits project would have more utility going forward.
On Thursday, Yuga Labs tweeted from the official Meetbits account and said that the company has been working behind the scenes on the project and that they will be adding a 5% royalty to all Meebit sales going forward.
“So, what are we building? While we can’t get into specifics (we like surprises),” Yuga Labs tweeted. “Our vision for Meebits centers around embracing the currents already core to the community – play, DIY experimentation, tech minimalism, and interoperability – and dialing them way up.”
The Bored Ape Gazette will continue to follow Meebits and let you know when Yuga Labs announces further utility for the project!