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I Invested $4,000 in Gen 3 Avatars and am Now a Degenerate BagHolder.


If you’ve been following the crypto space for any length of time, you’ve probably heard of the Gen 3 Avatars. These avatars are a type of digital asset that can be used to represent yourself in the virtual world. They’re created using blockchain technology and are highly sought after by crypto enthusiasts.

Recently, I decided to take the plunge and invest in Gen 3 Avatars. After doing some research, I decided to mint my own avatars using the Ethereum blockchain. I spent around $4,000 on the process, and now I’m officially a Degenerate BagHolder.

For those who don’t know, a Degenerate BagHolder is someone who holds a large amount of a particular cryptocurrency or digital asset. In my case, I’m now the proud owner of a large number of Gen 3 Avatars.

I’m excited to be part of the Gen 3 Avatar community and to have the opportunity to use my avatars in the virtual world. I’m also looking forward to seeing how the value of my avatars changes over time.

Overall, I’m glad I took the plunge and invested in Gen 3 Avatars. It was a risky move, but I’m confident that it will pay off in the long run. I’m now a proud Degenerate BagHolder and I’m looking forward to seeing what the future holds for my avatars.

26 thoughts on “I Invested $4,000 in Gen 3 Avatars and am Now a Degenerate BagHolder.”

  1. I was so happy when I managed to get The Triple King from the shop! 125/125 Avatar from Rojom it’s usually the grail! Thanks to bots it ended up over minting 275/125. Oh well, I will keep the avatar, can’t bring myself to sell it for this low.

  2. Do you guys get the feeling that almost no one is buying these digital “art” avatars for the “art” and the price is actually a function of hype driven bidding wars by people thinking it’s a quick way to make money? Like if everyone is just trying to profit, then this is just a game of hot potato.


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