Doge Dash: Skin in The Game

By Stan Peterson
December 3, 2021 Updated December 3, 2021

The eagerly anticipated debut Doge Dash NFTs collection launches December 4 on OpenSea. 10,000 unique NFTs will be minted and playable as “skins” in the play-to-earn Doge Dash game. With a player base expected to be in the millions and only 10,000 skins available, there is bound to be huge demand for the NFTs, especially as Grammy Nominated project founder Paul Caslin stated that “this will be also the only NFT collection that will ever be used in the game”.

Each NFT is unique, but a rare few possess special abilities allowing players a better chance of completing the game and collecting their rewards. Special abilities include super jumps, extra lives and even reward multipliers of up to 3X meaning that if you collect all the 10,000 DogeDash coins in the game you’ll be able to claim a whooping 30,000 direct to our wallet. At the current market cap of 150million that’s a mouth watering $40 per play, not bad for ten minutes work!

Here is a sneak peek at some of the special abilities attributes to look out for come launch:

[HALO NFT] The halo grants extra lives

[WINGS NFT] Wings and capes allow you to “super jump”, making it easier to dodge enemies and collect those elusive coins

[GOLD CHAIN NFT] The dollar sign gold chain grants players 2x rewards.

[CROWN NFT] and last but not least the crown grants players 3x rewards, meaning that the amount of Doge Dash coins you collect will be tripled when you come to claim them.

Also hidden in the collection are a series of ultra rare 1:1 special edition NFTs. Inspired by pop culture and gaming these include fan favorites Batman, Lara Croft, Superman and even the original 2D gaming heros, Mario and Sonic.

Visit or join the discord for more information about how you can own one of these soon to be in hot demand NFTs.

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