Liverpool, United Kingdom, 21st Dec 2022 – Paddys odyssey is an NFT Collection Dedicated To The Irish Diaspora And Celebrates The Millions Of Irish Abroad. This Is a Multi-Generational Project On The Ethereum Blockchain. Paddy Left Ireland In Bulk After The Genocide Of The 1840’S. He Mostly Headed For The USA, Arriving Via ‘Coffin Ships’.
The first collection starts in the 1930’s. Paddy has firmly established himself at this point and is starting to influence the way things are run. Paddys are depicted in a wide range of roles, from Doctors to Gangsters and even as a politician. This is a very exclusive mint, with only 1847 been available. The mint will take place on St. Patricks Day 2023 (17/3/2023)
Excitement levels are very high with this project, due to the diversity of the project and the application of real-world assets to a cryptocurrency project.
The marketplace and ecosystem will be driving by their native token, the Pot Of Gold (POG) token.
One Of the Cornerstones Of Our Project Is Providing Exclusive Access To A Holiday Home/Summer Cottage In One Of The Many Beautiful Coastal Regions In Ireland.
ALL Hodlers of A Paddy Will Have A Chance To Enjoy This. Though OGs Will Have First Preference On Times. OGs Will Also Get A 50% Discount On Minting Day.
There Will Also Be Staking Opportunities For Paddys Hodlers, An Exclusive Space In Our Discord Server For Further Discussion On Project Development and much more!
- Highlights include:
- Exclusive mint (Only 1847)
- Access to our community Irish Cottage
- DAO for all holders
- POG Token (15% give to the community via our Discord)
- Revenue sharing from cottage rental
Check out our website and social media accounts. Don’t forget to join us on Discord for exclusive members only giveaways!
Organization: Paddys Odyssey
Contact Person: Media Relations
Country: United Kingdom
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