NBA Player Josh Hart Makes Some Trades And Has A New Bored Ape. All The Details Here:
New Orleans Pelicans Player and Bored Ape Yacht Club member, Josh Hart, was making moves today trading NFTS.
Earlier today, the NBA player traded away Bored Ape #4616 and the primates corresponding M1 mutant for 25 Eth, a Cool Cat, Bored Ape 6816, Mutant Ape 5069 Mutant Ape 14632.
The Bored Ape that Hart traded away, Bored Ape #4616, was a seven trait ape with zombie fur, a stunt jacket and a bored unshaven kazoo mouth. Based on these traits, Bored Ape #4616 is the 377th most rare ape, according to Rarity Tools. As the Bored Ape Gazette previously reported, Hart purchased Bored Ape #4616 back in June from Pranksy for 2 Eth.
In exchange for his ape, Hart received Bored Ape #6816. Hart then transferred Bored Ape #6816 transferred the primate to Opensea User KJ1D. Hours later, Hart was then Transferred Bored Ape #8748 from Opensea User 4D12EA.
After the wheeling and dealing, Hart took to Twitter to introduce his followers to his new Bored Ape. “Welcome to the gang #8748 2BoredApeYC,” he tweeted.
Bored Ape #8748 is a seven trait ape with blue fur a baby bonnet, rainbow suspenders and sunglasses. Based on these traits, Bored Ape #8748 is the 370th rarest ape, according to Rarity Tools.
After the initial trade some apes commented that they believed it was a bit lopsided. BAYC member GeeGazza asked Hart how many Jerseys were involved in this trade. Hart replied none.
While there may not have been any jerseys involved in the deal, it is unknown whether or not any other NBA collectibles or mementos were included in the deal.