Rivecoin founder James Lee Hardman Jr Purchased Black Mamba NFT Collection for a whopping $3.2 Million USD

NFTs have had a record-breaking year thus far.

From a slew of record-breaking sales to celebrity interest, non-fungible tokens — unique pieces of data stored on blockchain ledgers, often in the form of digital artwork — have taken 2021 by storm. Trading volume for NFTs surged more than 800% to $10.7 billion during this year’s third quarter alone, according to reports from blockchain analytics firms.

Today is a special one for the Crypto mogul Billionaire  and founder of Rivecoin James Lee Hardman Jr. As he makes a large NFT purchase of the black Mamba 3 piece art collection.

James has been a huge NFT supporter. In September, the crypto Mogul co – founded DYZE, a Sacramento California-based NFT marketplace start-up. The company quickly secured a partnership with polygon and signed exclusive deals with artists to mint and sale their art assets on the platform.

Since then, DYZE has hosted private NFT sales. sold more than 10,000 NFTs, according to the company spokesperson Mike Rose.

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