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LBC Price:
$26.9 K
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$1.1 M

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The price of #LBC today is $0.00447 USD.

The lowest LBC price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00447, and the current live price for one LBC coin is $0.00446588.

The all-time high LBC coin price was $2.50.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of LBC with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.


The code for LBRY Credits crypto currency is #LBC.

LBRY Credits is 7.6 years old.


The current market capitalization for LBRY Credits is $1,062,476.

LBRY Credits is ranking upwards to #878, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a modest volume of trading today on #LBC.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for LBRY Credits is $26,892.


The circulating supply of LBC is 237,909,858 coins, which is 22% of the maximum coin supply.


LBC has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 4 pairings and is listed on at least 3 crypto exchanges.

View #LBC trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #LBC purchase.



Blockchain Company LBRY Shuts Down After Legal Battle With SEC

    LBRY Inc., a cryptocurrency platform, announced its closure due to a court failure against the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The SEC charged LBRY with making an unregistered securities offering by selling its native LBC tokens. The fallout from this legal fight has prompted worries about unequal access to justice and regulatory overreach in the crypto business, which has disproportionately impacted smaller startups with minimal financial resources. LBRY Inc. reported that the company was compelled to discontinue operations because of obligations owed to the SEC, legal team, and private creditors totaling several million dollars. LBRY Inc. is winding down. The LBRY network is unaffected. Odysee and other assets will undergo a legal process to satisfy debts, but Odysee has a bright future ahead. Thank you to everyone who fought with us for online freedom. A final goodbye post is in the first reply. — LBRY (@LBRYcom) October 19, 2023 LBRY's Financial Struggles The SEC first sought a $22 million penalties, which was later lowered to $111,614. This lowered fine was a major financial blow for LBRY, making it impossible for the company to continue operations. The scenario exemplifies the difficulties that crypto businesses can face when they are pursued by regulatory agencies, particularly smaller startups with minimal financial resources. The SEC has been accused of regulatory overreach in pursuing LBRY, with critics suggesting that the agency should focus on bi... read More

Pro XRP Lawyer John Deaton Files Notice of Appearance in LBRY Lawsuit

    Attorney John Deaton, known for his representation of XRP token holders involved in the legal battle against the US Securities Exchange Commission (SEC), has officially filed a formal notice of appearance as an Amicus Curiae in the LBRY lawsuit. This recent development follows LBRY's filing of an appeal notice to the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit a week ago. The appeal aims to contest the final judgment issued on July 11, which ordered LBRY to pay a civil penalty and prohibited its involvement in unregistered offerings of cryptocurrency securities. In a document filed on September 14th with the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, Deaton has formally submitted his Notice of Appearance on behalf of an Amicus Curiae Naomi Brockwell. Both Deaton and Brockwell are the co-founders of Crypto Law, a platform that provides updates on legal and regulatory developments related to digital assets in the country. Confirming the development, Deaton tweeted, 'Win, lose or draw, we will be in the fight!' The SEC's scrutiny of LBRY began in March 2021, when the regulator claimed that the LBRY Credit token (LBC) was a security under the 1933 Securities Act. In November 2022, a New Hampshire District Court ordered LBRY to pay $22 million to the SEC, deeming LBC an unregistered security based on the Howey test. The ruling was challenged by the decentralized content-sharing and publishing platform, arguing the $22 million penalty didn't account for legit... read More

LBRY Decision to Fight Back SEC's Judgement Signals Pivot Amid Shutdown ...

    LBRY plans to challenge a New Hampshire federal judge's ruling that sided with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that declared the platform's token sales as unregistered securities. The appeal comes after blockchain firm Ripple scored a partial victory in its fight with the country's federal regulator. Prominent asset manager Grayscale's most recent win is also one of the high-profile crypto industry victories that have given other platforms targeted by the SEC a new arrow in their quiver. LBRY Fights Back Decentralized content-sharing and publishing platform LBRY has filed an appeal with the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit this week, seeking to challenge the final judgment issued on July 11 that ordered it to pay a civil penalty and prohibited it from participating in unregistered offerings of cryptocurrency asset securities moving forward. In the latest filing, LBRY's management has argued that the SEC's verdict was flawed and is actively seeking its reversal. LBRY has filed a Notice of Appeal against the SEC. — LBRY (@LBRYcom) September 7, 2023 LBRY has been in the SEC's crosshairs since March 2021, when the regulator claimed that its LBRY Credit token (LBC) constituted a security under the 1933 Securities Act. In November 2022, the New Hampshire District Court ordered LBRY to pay $22 million to the SEC, concluding that LBC qualified as an unregistered security based on its compliance with the Howey test.... read More

LBRY Token Crashes 14% After Company Behind Project Announces Shutdown

    LBRY Inc – the firm responsible for developing the LBRY protocol – has announced it will close operations after receiving a final judgment in its case with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Tuesday. Since the announcement, LBRY token (LBC) has collapsed 14% in value. A federal judge sided with the SEC in ruling that LBRY violated Section 5 of the Securities Act of 1933 in its issuance of LBC. As such, it has permanently restrained and enjoined from further issuance of any “security” unless registered with the commission in advance. LBRY is also required to pay a $111,614 fee for its violation within the next thirty days. This is a massive reduction from the SEC’s original fee request, which was $22 million Over Twitter, LBRY confirmed that it will be completely winding down its operations, with the community free to decide how to make use of its LBC token. The final judgement in SEC vs LBRY is out. In accordance with the court's order and our promises, we expect to spend the next several months winding LBRY Inc. down entirely. As to what happens to LBRY from here, well, that's up to you. — LBRY (@LBRYcom) July 11, 2023   LBRY is a decentralized content platform known for its video-sharing platform, Odyssey. The platform leveraged LBC as the internal currency with which creators could charge viewers for streaming their content, or earn tips. Throughout the case, the SEC noted t... read More

Indonesia Labels 501 Cryptocurrencies as Commodities, Paving the Way for...

    In contrast to the regulatory stance taken by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Commodity Futures Trading Supervisory Agency (CFTSA) of the Republic of Indonesia has officially labeled 501 cryptocurrencies as commodities. The list of these digital assets includes popular tokens such as bitcoin, ethereum, usd coin, litecoin, and several others that the SEC has classified as securities in recent years.Crypto Regulations Diverge: Indonesia Embraces 501 Digital Assets as Commodities On June 9, 2023, Indonesia's regulatory agency Bappebti made public a comprehensive catalog of 501 crypto assets that are now classified as commodities within the country. This classification encompasses well-known coins like LTC, UNI, SOL, BTC, ADA, ETH, XRP, SAND, DOT, XTZ, XLM, BUSD, and XRP, among others. These assessments were made following the announcement by the Indonesian government regarding the establishment of a crypto exchange in September 2022. The subsequent month witnessed discussions around new financial legislation aimed at strengthening cryptocurrency regulations. Furthermore, following the downfall of FTX, Bappebti issued directives to cryptocurrency exchanges, instructing them to halt trading of FTX's native token, FTT. The regulatory approach of Indonesian authorities diverges significantly from that of their counterparts in the United States, where more than three dozen crypto assets, including telegram gram token (TON), tokencard (TKN), tron (TRX), xrp (XRP... read More

SEC Chairman Gensler Stresses Existing Fiat Digital Currencies Are Suffi...

    In the aftermath of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) enforcement actions against Coinbase and Binance, chairman Gary Gensler engaged in a conversation, maintaining that further digital currencies are unnecessary. 'We already have digital currency. It's called the U.S. dollar. It's called the euro or it's called the yen, they're all digital right now,' Gensler emphasized during his guest spot on CNBC's 'Squawk on the Street' program.Gensler: 'We Already Have Digital Currency, It's Called the U.S. Dollar' Following the legal filings involving Coinbase and Binance for failing to register as brokerages and selling unregistered securities, Gary Gensler, the current SEC chairman, shared his thoughts on CNBC's Squawk Box on Tuesday. His sentiment indicated that numerous existing crypto assets are unwarranted. 'Look, we don't need more digital currency,' Gensler emphasized on CNBC's 'Squawk on the Street.' 'We already have digital currency. It's called the U.S. dollar. It's called the euro or it's called the yen, they're all digital right now. We already have digital investments.' In its recent lawsuit against Coinbase and numerous other enforcement instances, the SEC has identified a variety of digital tokens as securities. The Coinbase complaint specified ICP, AXS, CHZ, FLOW, DASH, VGX, FIL, NEXO, NEAR, ADA, SAND, SOL, and MATIC as unregistered securities. In other enforcement operations, SEC also deemed XRP, TON, LBC, POWR, ALGO, OMG, SALT, TRX, BTT, UST, LUNA, ... read More

US SEC Identifies 12 Crypto Tokens as Securities in Binance Lawsuit

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has identified 12 crypto tokens as securities in a new lawsuit filed against Binance and its CEO, Changpeng Zhao (CZ). The securities regulator asserted that Binance platforms 'have made available for trading on them crypto assets that are offered and sold as investment contracts, and thus as securities.'SEC Highlights 12 Crypto Tokens as Securities in New Lawsuit The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has claimed that 12 crypto tokens are securities in its lawsuit filed Monday against crypto exchange and its CEO, Changpeng Zhao (CZ). The lawsuit also names Bam Trading Services, which operates crypto trading platform Binance.US, and its parent company Bam Management US Holdings as defendants. According to the lawsuit, Zhao owns 81% of Bam Management. The SEC alleged that the defendants have 'unlawfully solicited U.S. investors to buy, sell, and trade crypto asset securities through unregistered trading platforms available online at and Binance.US.' The regulator added that since the Binance platforms launched, the defendants 'have made available for trading on them crypto assets that are offered and sold as investment contracts, and thus as securities.' The SEC's lawsuit details: This includes, but is not limited to, BNB, BUSD, and the units of each of the crypto asset securities further described below - with trading symbols SOL, ADA, MATIC, FIL, ATOM, SAND, MANA, ALGO, AXS, and COTI. Noting that Binanc... read More

SEC Knocks LBRY's $22 Million Fine Down to $111K

    In a surprising request filed recently, the SEC asked that the court of New Hampshire downsize the penalties imposed on LBRY, a decentralized content platform best known for its video-sharing platform Odysee. Legitimate Business Expenses Taken Into Account Back in November of 2022, the New Hampshire District Court ordered LBRY to pay $22 million to the SEC, ruling that the latter's token LBC was an unregistered security due to passing the Howey test. “The SEC has based its claim on a straightforward application of a venerable Supreme Court precedent that has been applied […] across the country over more than 70 years. The SEC identifies multiple statements by LBRY that it claims led potential investors to reasonably expect that LBC would grow in value [..]. LBRY minimizes the significance of these statements and points to its many disclaimers that it did not intend for LBC to be purchased as an investment, but the SEC is correct.” At the time, LBRY opposed the ruling, stating that $22 million is a vastly overstated figure and failed to take into account legitimate business expenses incurred by the development and hosting of its software. It is unclear whether the SEC took this into account, however, as the agency's decision to request a lesser punishment is allegedly based on LBRY’s inability to pay rather than on a change of heart. Smaller Fines Will Suffice Motivating its decision to pursue a lesser penalty, the SEC stated that its surprising decisi... read More

SEC Deems DASH, ALGO, and OMG 'Unregistered Securities' in Bittrex Lawsu...

    According to the recent complaint by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) against Bittrex, the securities regulator insists that a few crypto asset tokens were offered and sold as investment contracts and are securities. The news follows the SEC's designation of several crypto assets as securities, including the case against Terraform Labs, which insists that LUNA and UST were sold as unregistered securities. Additionally, a lawsuit initiated by New York attorney general Letitia James against Kucoin insists that ethereum is also an unregistered security.Lawsuits Against Crypto Exchanges Bring Lack of Clarity Over Security vs. Commodity Status to the Forefront This year, U.S. regulators are designating a number of crypto assets as unregistered securities, and the allegations are buried in lawsuits against several crypto exchanges. Bittrex is the latest crypto exchange to be sued this year, following lawsuits against trading platforms such as Binance US, Kucoin, and Coinex, after the SEC accused Bittrex of operating 'an unregistered national securities exchange, broker, and clearing agency.' In the lawsuit against Bittrex, the SEC insists that DASH, ALGO, TKN, NGC, and OMG are unregistered securities. As an example, on page 35, the SEC emphasized that 'investors in OMG had a reasonable expectation of profits based on the efforts of others' while discussing the Omisego Project. The securities regulator claims that 'materials available at the time of the [initial coi... read More

NY Attorney General Sues CoinEx for Selling Securities Without a License

    The SEC and other U.S. regulators have, in recent weeks, turned on the heat in regard to crypto exchanges – an understandable, if a somewhat brusque, response to the series of crypto bankruptcies across 2022. The latest to come under their scope is CoinEx. Selling Securities Without a License According to a press release published by the AGs’ office, CoinEx – a Hong Kong-based crypto exchange also known as Vino Global Ltd – was found to be selling cryptocurrencies that U.S. regulators had previously identified as securities and/or commodities. The cryptocurrencies mentioned by name are LUNA, AMP, LBC, and RLY, which the AG’s office was able to purchase using a New York-based IP – a state in which CoinEx is not a licensed broker. The office of the attorney general is therefore requesting a geo-location block of CoinEx for residents of New York and a ban on the exchange’s mobile app. According to Letitia James, CoinEx’s business practices put investors at risk by not registering their business accurately. “Our laws are designed to protect New Yorkers, and when companies ignore them, they put residents, investors, and businesses at risk. The days of crypto companies like CoinEx acting like the rules do not apply to them are over. My office will continue to protect New York investors and ensure our state’s laws are followed.” I'm suing cryptocurrency platform @coinexcom for illegally operating in New York without ... read More

New York Attorney General Sues Crypto Exchange Coinex — Claims Tra...

    New York Attorney General Letitia James has sued cryptocurrency exchange Coinex 'for failing to register as a securities and commodities broker-dealer and for falsely representing itself as a crypto exchange.' The NY attorney general also stressed that Coinex is not registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) even though the platform lets users trade crypto tokens that are allegedly securities.Coinex Violates New York Law, Says NYAG Letitia James The office of New York Attorney General (NYAG) Letitia James announced Wednesday that the attorney general has sued cryptocurrency trading platform Coinex 'for failing to register as a securities and commodities broker-dealer and for falsely representing itself as a crypto exchange.' The announcement details: The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) was able to buy and sell cryptocurrencies on Coinex in New York, although the company is unregistered in the state, which is a violation of New York's Martin Act. The OAG explained that it created an account with Coinex using a computer with a New York-based IP address to buy and sell cryptocurrencies, which Coinex charged a fee for. The state's Martin Act gives the attorney general broad law-enforcement powers to conduct investigations of suspected fraud in the offer, sale, or purchase of securities. The Attorney General's Office further alleged that Coinex offers trading of crypto tokens that are securities and commodities, naming AMP, LUNA, LBC, and RLY in particu... read More

Judge Clarifies That Security Injunction in LBRY v. SEC Case Was Only fo...

    A New Hampshire district court judge has clarified that a security injunction ruled earlier in the legal battle between the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and decentralized content-sharing and publishing platform LBRY applied only to direct sales of the project's tokens. The ruling came during an appeal hearing on January 30, 2023, settling an agelong debate between the SEC and the crypto community. Judge Clarifies Ruling in LBRY v. SEC Case The court initially ruled in favor of the SEC in November 2022, granting the commission's request for a summary judgment filed in May 2021. CryptoPotato reported that the SEC sued LBRY in March 2021, alleging that the platform was selling its native token LBRY Credit (LBC), as an unregistered security. The agency argued that the blockchain platform raised over $11 million in crypto and cash from investors from 2016 to 2021. The regulator found the sale of the LBC tokens as an investment contract and classified it as a security. However, LBRY insisted that LBC was not a security as millions of people were active on the platform before any tokens were issued. The project also noted that it held no initial coin offering (ICO). During the appeal hearing yesterday, the SEC asked the judge to clarify the first ruling, as it looked to prohibit the sale of LBC. Interestingly, the tides changed as the judge explained that the injunction only applied to direct token sales. Notably, the ruling was greatly influenced by the ef... read More

Breaking: Ripple Ally Loses Against SEC

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has defeated peer-to-peer content distribution network LBRY. The U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire has ruled that LBRY offered its LBRY Credits (LBC) token as an unregistered security. 'We're going to lick our wounds for a little bit but we're not giving up,' LBRY tweeted in response to the ruling. The SEC sued the decentralized content platform in May 2021 for selling unregistered securities just months after bringing a similar lawsuit against blockchain company Ripple. LBRY claimed that LBC has utility, arguing that some buyers intended to use the token instead of holding it as an investment. Federal Judge Paul Barbadoro rejected this argument. 'Nothing in the case law suggests that a token with both consumptive and speculative uses cannot be sold as an investment contract...Accordingly, statements from a subset of LBC holders that they purchased LBC for use on the LBRY Blockchain is of limited relevance in determining whether LBRY offered it as a security' the judge stated. 'While some unknown number of purchasers may have acquired LBC in part for consumptive purchases, this does not change the fact that the objective economic realities of LBRY's offerings of LBC establish that it was offering it as a security,' he added. Serious implications for Ripple The LBRY saga has been closely tracked by lawyers since it could end up being a landmark case. In June, LBRY suggested that the case would ... read More

SEC Wins Case Against LBRY, What Does it Mean For Ripple?

    In a blow to token issuance models and the overall crypto industry, the SEC has won another case where it has considered a token to be a security. On Nov. 7, a New Hampshire district court ruled against the decentralized publishing platform LBRY. LBRY is a decentralized video-sharing platform that enables viewers to earn for watching. Furthermore, creators can earn LBC tokens on its Odysee platform. A Dangerous Precedent from SEC The LBRY team apologized to its users and investors with a stark warning about the ruling: “The language used here sets an extraordinarily dangerous precedent that makes every cryptocurrency in the US a security, including Ethereum.” The SEC took action against the project in May 2021, accusing it of selling the LBC token as an unregistered security. It is very similar to the ongoing case and accusations made against Ripple. According to the regulator, LBRY raised $11 million in crypto and cash from investors between 2016 and 2021. It found that this was considered an investment contract and, therefore a security even though LBRY did not hold an ICO (initial coin offering). The outcome is a huge blow to token issuers, many of which argue that the SEC is regulating by enforcement. LBRY denied that its token was a security, stating that millions of people were using the platform before any tokens were created or sold. A petition defending the project stated: “We’ve acted in extremely good faith, attempted to follow all the rules... read More

New Hampshire Court Sides With SEC in Lawsuit Against LBRY, Project's Te...

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has won a court case against the blockchain-powered publishing platform LBRY. According to a New Hampshire district court ruling, Judge Paul Barbadoro agreed with SEC that the project’s native asset LBC was considered an investment contract or a transferable share representing a certificate of interest. On Twitter, LBRY said the language used to sway the court’s decision “sets an extraordinarily dangerous precedent.”U.S. Regulator Wins Judgement Against Decentralized Blockchain Platform LBRY According to court documents, the U.S. regulatory watchdog, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), has won a case where it argued that LBRY sold an unregistered security that violates section 5 of the Securities Act of 1933. Furthermore, the SEC seeks injunctive relief from the alleged proceeds of LBRY’s LBC token. Despite LBRY arguing that the blockchain token was not a security, but rather an essential component of the LBRY blockchain network, Judge Paul Barbadoro granted the SEC’s motion for summary judgment. The New Hampshire District Court’s approved summary judgment insists: LBRY is mistaken about both the facts and the law. Unlike a myriad of other crypto projects, LBRY did not have an initial coin offering (ICO), and LBRY contends that the SEC’s decision and the language used in the summary judgment sets an “extraordinarily dangerous precedent.” The dangerous preced... read More

XRP Suddenly Jumps 8%, Here Is Striking Thing About This Latest Price In...

    The XRP price suddenly rose 10%, outperforming the top 10 cryptocurrencies in gains. At the time of publication, XRP was changing hands at $0.354, up 8% in the last 24 hours. In a surprising move, XRP rose from a low of $0.321 to reach a high of $0.358 on Sept. 16. XRP up 10%, LBC up 11%, DRGN up 5% All implicated by SEC. — John E Deaton (214K Followers Beware Imposters) (@JohnEDeaton1) September 16, 2022 CryptoLaw founder John Deaton highlights a striking thing about the latest price increase. As XRP rose 10%, LBC, the native token of the LBRY blockchain, was up 11%, while Dragonchain's token, DRGN, was up 5%. Interestingly, these were assets 'implicated by the SEC,' according to John Deaton. Referring to Ripple's general counsel SEC's Alderoty Twitter comments on the SEC's chair take on securities, Deaton pointed out the SEC's inconsistencies: 'I remember this moment during the oral argument. Although the SEC attorney initially said he would have to think about it, he ended up saying if it can be said that anyone COULD expect a profit, it doesn't require them to actually expect profits. Think about that for a moment.' He further added, 'Do you see how the SEC chips away at each prong?' As reported by U.Today, Ripple's general counsel, Stuart Alderoty, aimed at SEC chair, Gary Gensler, for 'misstating' the Howey test set forth by the Supreme Court to determine what is and is not security. Alderoty wrote: 'Gensler said it's a... read More

Yuga Labs Officially Releases IP Rights Tied to Cryptopunks, Meebits NFT...

    Yuga Labs, the company behind the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) non-fungible token (NFT) collection, has officially released the intellectual property (IP) rights tied to the Cryptopunks and Meebits NFTs. The company acquired the IP rights to the NFT collections in mid-March 2022, and owners can use their NFTs for commercial or personal purposes.Yuga Labs Releases Intellectual Property Licenses to Cryptopunks and Meebits Owners On March 12, 2022, News reported on the Cryptopunks and Meebits non-fungible token (NFT) collections being acquired by Yuga Labs. The firm Yuga Labs is the company behind the blue-chip NFT collection Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC), and when the startup acquired Meebits and Cryptopunks, it promised to release the IP rights in the same way as it did with BAYC NFTs. Bored Apes, Cryptopunks, and Meebits are popular NFT collections today and they command some of the highest NFT floor values. BAYC's floor value today is 69.42 ETH, Cryptopunks' floor is roughly 65.5 ETH, and the cheapest Meebits today is much lower than the Cryptopunks and BAYC collections with a 3.3 ETH floor value. People have used their Bored Apes for commercial and personal use. For instance, Snoop Dogg and Eminem leveraged their BAYC NFT avatars to make a video for the duo's single called 'From the D 2 The LBC,' which was nominated for a VMA. Similarly, with the Meebits and Cryptopunks NFT collections, owners have the IP rights to use the NFTs for commercial or personal use cases.... read More

The New Eminem and Snoop Dogg Music Video Showcases Bored Ape Avatars

    The prominent rap stars Eminem and Snoop Dogg released a new music video that showcases the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) non-fungible token (NFT) collection. The duo's latest single called 'From the D 2 The LBC' debuted at this year's Apefest, an annual gathering for BAYC and Mutant Ape Yacht Club (MAYC) owners. From the D 2 the LBC: Eminem, Snoop Dogg, and Bored Apes The new Eminem and Snoop Dogg music video has been trending on Youtube and at the time of writing, the video has gathered 8.85 million views. The official music video for the 'From the D 2 The LBC' single highlights the popular BAYC NFT collection. Snoop and Eminem have animated their Bored Apes for the video which was shown at the Apefest event. Apefest had a number of high-profile music performances from Lil Wayne, Future, LCD Soundsystem, The Roots, Haim, and Lil Baby. While the new single features a whole lot of spliced BAYC imagery, the song is mostly about smoking cannabis. Snoop Dogg owns BAYC 6,723 and Eminem owns BAYC 9,055 and both were purchased for six figures per NFT. The song and video on Youtube have been very popular and there's a large number of comments from listeners. 'It's great to see these two legends squash their beef and now make drop some joints together for us,' DJ Skandalous wrote in the comment section. As far as the media is concerned, publications like the Verge downplayed the video and said: Snoop Dogg and Eminem's Bored Ape music video is here to try and sell us on tokens. Apecoin... read More

ApeCoin Climbs 22% After Snoop Dogg-Eminem Bored Ape Video Launch

    ApeCoin (APE), the native Ethereum currency of the famous NFT collection, is one of the fastest-growing NFT and Metaverse crypto projects in the blockchain ecosystem today. Upon its March 18, 2022 launch, ApeCoin instantly began a parabolic climb. The rally's apex allowed Apecoin's market capitalization to reach $7.45 billion. The APE token was valued at $4.92 at the time of writing, down marginally from its morning high of $5.26. In the past week, ApeCoin has increased by more than 35%. As of Friday, intraday trading volume for APE has plummeted by 43%. This indicates that APE is receiving peer selling pressure and is approaching the consolidation phase's bottom trendline. The volume to market cap ratio of the coin is 0.3129. Suggested Reading - Uniswap Slingshots 45% – Can UNI Blaze Past Its 7-Day Rally? ApeCoin Getting Some Lift From Rappers The price of ApeCoin reached an all-time high of over $27 in late April ahead of virtual land NFT sales for the Bored Ape Yacht Club's Otherside metaverse game. ApeCoin holders can vote on ApeCoin DAO governance proposals using ApeCoin. The recent price increase of APE may have been partially prompted by the release of a new music video featuring Snoop Dogg and Eminem as animated versions of their Bored Ape avatars. In the music video for their new single 'From The D 2 The LBC,' Snoop Dogg and Eminem get stoned and transform into animated versions of their BAYC avatars. The song debuted at the conclusion of this year's ... read More

Eminem And Snoop Dogg Team Up, The Video Features Bored Ape Yacht Club I...

    Is the Bored Ape Yacht Club responsible for this collaboration? Hip hop legends and worldwide icons Snoop Dogg and Eminem join forces once again for the single “From The D 2 The LBC.” The video is basically a BAYC ad and the duo premiered the song at Apefest, the Bored Ape Yacht Club multi-day party that was part of the NFT.NYC conference. This is a huge win for the BAYC, at a time when the NFT collection lost 60% of its value in a flash. The last time we saw this duo collaborate was on the track “Bitch Please II,” from Eminem’s 2000 outing The Marshall Mathers LP. Besides Snoop Dogg, that track features their mentor Dr. Dre, Xzibit, and the late Nate Dogg. After that, the legend says that Eminem’s camp denied a request for collaboration from Snoop and the pair never worked together again. Until now. Did the Bored Ape Yacht Club accomplish that? Eminem And Snoop’s Bored Ape Yacht Club Story It’s worth noting that both Eminem and Snoop Dogg come from Dr. Dre’s lineage, so a collaboration between both artists makes all the sense in the world. They are also both part of the Bored Ape Yacht Club. Approximately six months ago, Eminem paid $425K for a BAYC specimen inspired in him. At the time, NewsBTC reported: “The NFT, named “EminApe,” depicts Eminem’s iconic Bored Ape figure wearing a khaki army cap and a gold chain necklace, both of which he frequently wears in real life. BAYC member GeeGazza sold t... read More

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