Million Dollar Vault announces a new and innovative non-fungible token (NFT) that puts the key cards of the huge $1,000,000 vault into the digital hands of only 9091 holders. The NFT comes in the form of a key card that holds a value of one to 50 shares of the vault. The top 100 crypto coins each contribute $10,000 to the total $1,000,000 that is locked away for a year. Every 365 days the vault will be opened, and key card holders will have a choice to make: burn their NFT and collect their share, or stay in the vault for another 365 days, for up to five years.
According to the Million Dollar Vault creators, “If the vault had started last year in October 2020, the $1,000,000 would have made a minimum return of eight times the starting amount. Depending on the key card held, the vault could have paid out upwards of $40,000. Now, if 50 percent of key card holders burned and collected their shares, there would be $4,000,000 remaining in the vault and half the number of holders. As the crypto market continues to grow, we envision that the following year we would see at least the same return, if not more, resulting in an even larger total, upwards of $32,000,000.”
To secure a key card NFT visit the website: Million Dollar Vault
After five years the remaining balance secured in the vault will be distributed between the remaining key card holders, with 100 key cards reserved for a charity pot that will provide all proceeds to Just Giving, a global online social platform for giving.
Million Dollar Vault offers more than just the opportunity to cash-in on a major payout, but also perks for key card holders, including early access to future vault releases. Half of the new vault collections will be reserved for these holders to mint 24 hours before the public sale.
“Fasten your seat belts; we’re blasting into space to commence our 365-day trek towards the vault filled with loot. One hell of a ride awaits you. Join our elite crew for a multi-million-dollar space voyage.”
The public sale is January 25th, find out more on the website: Million Dollar Vault
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