While apes rejoiced at the sight of DeFi bags in Cuban's addresses, he might be preparing for a bearish future.
Shortly after a limited edition non-fungible token release, entrepreneur and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has called into question the valuations in the NFT space, as well as those in half a dozen other asset classes.
Called “The RollUp 2021,” Cuban dropped the NFTs on Wednesday on Rarible, announcing the release in a Tweet:
Look what I found! The RollUp 2021 collectible https://t.co/EexbU3DNFy #rarible #ethereum #nonfungible #digitalasset #nft via @rariblecom— Mark Cuban (@mcuban) January 27, 2021
Describing the NFTs — which feature a half dozen-frame animation of Cuban awkwardly gyrating his hips and shoulders while holding what appears to be a yoga mat and laptop in a Dallas Mavericks photo studio — as “halfhearted” would be charitable, but they sold out in short order nonetheless, including two going to whale wallet turn Twitter personality 0x_b1, who has taken an interest in NFTs as of late.
In listing the NFTs Cuban, who has famously waffled when it comes to his public statements on cryptocurrencies, also revealed that he has some significant decentralized finance and Ethereum holdings.