The Sixers season is over, but at least I got this playoff NFT

It’s six. They were trailing by one point at halftime in an elimination game last night. They came out in the third quarter and scored 15 points. They finished with only 42 points in the second half. For the uninterrupted season, the season ended in a car accident.

Although not all is lost. For one, housing prices in Philadelphia should be lower now because of all the new rohoms that can be built with bricks left by the Sixers. And, two, I got this sweet new NFT! It comes from Crypto.com, the Sixers jersey sponsor this season, and includes a 15-second animation of a build with the Snake / Bell Sixers logo. I have version 175/688. You can see it here, unless I accidentally copy a link that lets you steal my NFT. Please do not steal. I don’t want to tweet, “All my snakes are gone.”

In fact, maybe you can steal it. This is not worth anything. The 2021-22 Sixers season is over 9:37 p.m. Just two hours and 24 minutes later, I received an email: “You have a collectible airdrop!” I was worried it would work like Apple’s Airdrop — that is, only occasionally — and I would miss the Angry App or Lucky Lion or Farting Ferret cartoon that someone sent me. Fortunately, it went through. Unfortunately, this was the Sixers NFT.

It was definitely my fault. I have participated in 3 out of 6 Round 2 games this season. It was much better. Joel MBD is back, the Sixers have won by a margin of 20, I bought my tickets before the news spread that MBD was going to play and so they each cost only 60 60, parking at the casino was free, the rain stopped a bit when I went back to the garage, I was on the field Got a bootleg t-shirt outside. Really, it was a great night.

I made a mistake, though. The Sixers splashed an ad several times on the screen to scan a QR code for a free “Playoff NFT”. At one point in the NFT as a dabbler and a person who likes free stuff despite being worthless, I scanned it from my top-deck seat. I signed up for Crypto.com NFT. I have verified my identity. I realized it was a waste of time, but I wasted time in stupid ways. And then I immediately forgot about it.

The NFT came to me at a very funny time, and not just because the Sixers season ended just two hours ago. This has been a rough month for cryptocurrency and price related stores Basically every cryptocurrency has tanked this week. The NFT boom has been declared “over”, with a report saying that sales are down 92 percent from last year. (Of course, the NFT boom has been declared “busty” by various parties, and I suspect that many cryptocurrencies will rise in value again. But they Is Still tanking now.)

The Sixers are not the only sports team in bed with the crypto company. The Washington Nationals tweeted this week.

In the two days since the Nationals tweeted this, Terra’s Luna cryptocurrency has dropped from about ৩০ 30, ah, $ 0.000079 when I saw it. Terra USDT Stablecoin — a cryptocurrency that is said to be worth $ 1 at সেন্ট 13 cents.

So the Sixers are not at this embarrassing stage. And it’s not uncommon for the Sixers to be embarrassed. Basically they have no qualms about “partnering” with the person who will pay them. They want to wear a patch on their jersey for a baby formula stealing ring if the price is right. They don’t think for sure that their jersey sponsor sent the Sixers NFT just when the season is over and the crypto is free.

I am the one who should be embarrassed here. I request this piece of shit. NFTs that have been valued are higher Rare. What is more common than the rate of six in the second round? This is the fourth time in five years that they have stopped that strategy! As stated on my NFT page, I am open to offers. More than $ 0.000079 please.

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