This User Moved 208 Eth From Binance And Purchased A Rare Otherdeed After Otherside First Trip Tweet
An anonymous new wallet made its way to the Otherside last night after purchasing a rare Otherdeed.
Wallet 0xBa528 moved 208 Eth from a Binance exchange wallet yesterday and purchased Otherdeed #95175 for 130 Eth or $151,000 USD.
Otherdeed #95175 is a five-star Chaos Otherdeed with three omni and one void resource. Otherdeed #95175 is also home to Koda #1445. Koda #1445 has a carpet gorilla core and a cave crystal head.
0xBa528’s purchase comes just hours after Yuga Labs reminded the community about the first trip to the Otherside next month.
As the Bored Ape Gazette previously reported, OthersideMeta invited the community to fill out a brief survey to determine how many people will be able to make the journey to the Otherside on July 16th.
“Calling all Voyagers,” OthersideMeta tweeted yesterday Afternoon “Are you free for the First Trip on July 16th? Head to the official Otherside discord to answer a 2-question survey to help us with the headcount. Excited for you to explore, give feedback, and help us make the Otherside everything you want it to be. This survey will be live for 48 hours only in the official Otherside discord. Verification is all done in server (never in DMs) with no need for a gas signature. Official discord link: http://discord.gg/the-otherside.”
While no one knows exactly what to expect on July 16th, Yuga Labs has previously teased Voyagers with a sneak peak of the “First Trip.”
“And here’s a sneak peak of the First Trip, the tech demo from @Improbableio,” OthersideMeta tweeted on May 11th along with a 36 second clip. “Can’t wait to share the experience with you.”
There has been a lot of speculation around the BAYC regarding how far along the Otherside is. As the Bored Ape Gazette previously reported, Improbable, the gaming studio working with Yuga Labs to build the Otherside, has said that the game was already in early development.
“Otherside is going to blow people’s minds while upending decades-long ideas of what gaming is and what’s possible with open platforms,” ,” Improbable CEO Herman Narula said in a press release from April 29th. “In just our early development, we’ve successfully tested over 15,000 people interacting in the same virtual space at the same time using M2 technology. Partnering with Yuga we think we are helping lay the foundation for something that will open the door to new experiences across art, entertainment, gaming, and more in a big way.”
The Bored Ape Gazette will continue to keep you informed on all things Otherisde and will let you know more about the first trip as more information becomes available Stay tuned for updates!