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DigiDaigaku’s Super Bowl Ad Faces Glitches, But the Free NFTs are Selling for $750

A few crypto ads were featured at the Super Bowl this time. One of them involved an NFT-powered game that displayed a QR code for viewers to scan and participate in a free mint comprising 10,000 collectibles. While the process did not work according to some viewers’ expectations, others secured the free NFTs and are now flipping them for good money.

Limit Break, a Web3 gaming startup, revealed that it paid $6 million for the ad, which broadcasted a free NFT mint for DigiDaigaku, an anime-inspired game project. Unfortunately, a section of the viewers took to Twitter to complain that the QR code only directed them to the Twitter account of Limit Break CEO Gabriel Leydon.

Crypto Twitter Complains About DigiDaigaku Ad

A pseudonymous Twitter user (@ThreadGuy) expressed his dissatisfaction concerning the commercial. He explained how he thought he would create generational wealth from the free NFT mint only to land on Leydon’s Twitter handle. The tweet attracted a lot of comments, with many mocking the ad.


Some claimed that Leydon used the ad as a way of ‘engagement farming’ while others said the CEO had shared the mint link on his Twitter account before the ad went live. In addition, since viewers needed an Ethereum wallet to mint the NFTs, most of them, especially those new to crypto, felt that the minting process was complex.

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Despite the many complaints witnessed on Crypto Twitter, Limit Break did actually give out some of its 10,000 NFTs from the DigiDaigaku collection. Viewers lucky enough to claim them are making hundreds of dollars as the NFTs are rapidly changing hands on various NFT marketplaces.

DigiDaigaku NFTs Price Analysis

Data from OpenSea, a leading NFT marketplace, shows that a DigiDaigaku Drago Eggs NFT was trading for about 0.6 ETH or $750 a few minutes after the mint. However, as of Monday morning, the price fell to nearly 0.34 ETH or $490. Further, these NFTs have recorded a trading volume of $1.4 million since the ad ran.

Recent Leydon’s tweets suggest that there could be a second chance to mint DigiDaigaku NFTs. So there is a possibility that the prices could go higher. The CEO wrote that one to become eligible for the mint should head to the DigiDaigaku website and register or retweet one of his recent tweets.

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Andrew Richard

Andrew is a news writer for Tokenhell, he enjoys tuning in to the daily crypto markets and writing about the latest updates and happenings.

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