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NFT Challenge GP Australia
March 28 @ 6:00 am – April 1 @ 6:00 pm UTC+2
BID AND EARN FROM YOUR SPORT PASSION, THE MOST EXCITING SPORTS NFT GAME IS HERE!
The NFT challenge is a Team 1 VS. 1 one day Race. The game is SIMPLE, if you hold the NFT Tickets of the Winner Team in the real life Race you will Win a Nice Prizes IN XTN and SCOneX Tokens
There will 4 different Team NFT Tickets, one for each Team of the Challenge, you will be able to BUY them in the Sportcash One NFT Marketplace when the sale will be open.
HOW TO PLAY
1 – ANALYZE AND CHOOSE YOUR FAVORITE TEAM
2 – BUY THE NFT OF YOUR FAVORITE TEAM
3 – CHECK THE RESULT OF THE RACE
IF YOUR TEAM WILL WIN IN THE REAL LIFE GP AUSTRALIA YOU WILL RECEIVE THE PRIZE
WE WILL SEND THE PRIZES DIRECTLY TO YOUR WALLET.
The WINNER(s) receives the total amount in XTN generated from the sale of all the NFTs sold from all the Teams of the Challenge. The Total Prizes will be shared within all the NFT Wallets Winners.
An additional Prize of 40,000 SCOneX tokens will be shared with all the NFT Team Winners. The
Total Prizes will be shared within all the NFT Wallets Winners.
If we sold minimum 150 NFT tickets we will increase the Prize to 60,000 SCOneX Tokens.
CHALLENGE TEAMS NFT
This challenge will have 4 Team NFT Tickets
Each Ticket at price of 15 XTN
1 NFT ticket Team “La Rossa” represents Team Ferrari F – 1
1 NFT ticket Team “The Bull” represents Team RedBull F – 1
1 NFT ticket Team “Silver Arrow” represents Team Mercedes F – 1
1 NFT ticket Team “Aston” represents Team Aston Marin F – 1
Each team NFT will have 1 NFT with a 100/100 edition
NFT SALE DATES – Australia F – 1 GP Challenge
The NFT Sale will be Open from day 28 March at 6 PM CET Time
The NFT sale will be closed before day 1 April at 8 PM CET Time
BUY YOUR NFT TICKET AND JOIN THE CHALLENGE
GP Arabia Saudi Description:
Australia Grand Prix facts
The Australian Grand Prix is a Formula One race held annually at the Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne, Australia. The first race was held in 1996 and it has been a regular fixture on the F1 calendar ever since. The circuit is known for its fast and flowing corners, and the race is often regarded as a season opener and a chance for teams and drivers to showcase their new cars and equipment. The Australian GP has seen many memorable moments over the years, including close finishes, surprise winners, and even a kangaroo on the track during the 2020 race.
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