The Unicorn — Scoobi LAND Sale — 1st Wave

The mythic unicorn looks like a white horse with a single long horn on its head. It lives deep in the forest and are rarely seen by people. Once upon a time, a hunter in the forest saw a brilliant white unicorn in the distance, emerging from a river and gleaming like the moon. Enchanted by the sight, the hunter called together his friends and gave chase. But the unicorn knew that men could never catch him, so he playfully waited for the hunters to draw close before bounding out of view.

You may have heard that the one-horned unicorn is so magical that its horn can counteract poisons, and it is so elusive that no person can catch it. But did you know these unicorn stories began in ancient Greece? More than 2,000 years ago, Greek travelers told tales of unicorns living in far-off lands. As the fabulous accounts spread around the Western world, few people questioned that unicorns actually existed.

Indeed, in about 300 BC, scholars translating the Old Testament from Hebrew into Greek concluded that the Hebrew term re’em referred to a unicorn. Even early naturalists considered the unicorn to be a living animal: Several ancient catalogs of animals of the world include unicorns and describe them as solitary beasts that often battle lions and elephants.

In Silicon Valley, a unicorn is defined as a billion-dollar company, and the UNI token has hit that valuation last year.

How did all this started? In 2017, Hayden Adams was a young mechanical engineer working at Siemens. It was his first big job out of college, and he was crushed when he found out he would be getting laid off. Inspired by a post from Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin on automated market makers, he decided to build a service called Uniswap. Three years later, that humble programming project is well on its way to becoming the next crypto unicorn.

A powerful lesson for all those dealing with setbacks: not only can you rebuild your life, you can build something that takes the world by storm. And after the storm come rainbows … and unicorns.

That’s why we decided to add a unicorn as a unique and exclusive NFT to our collection. What will be the exact purpose of it in-game, this is still to be determined.

Lost in the middle of the Transylvanian forest, this tumbledown structure is coming from the first comic NFT episode “Bite Coin Quest” where princess Cezee is leaving with her cats being chased by the bones gang.

Scoobi’s adventure begins there and the LAND sale will be opening up with this mystic House on January 31st at 1PM UTC with the sale of 32 LANDs on Opensea. First wave will include a voxelized Unicorn NFT. As announced, only $SCooBi holders will receive the additional fresh NFT with their LAND purchase.

[UPDATE] Sale LIVE on Opensea:

💡Reminder: We will release 2 to 4 act per year. Some of the NFT created for each act will be airdropped to reward long term holders, diamond hands who are never selling Scoobi tokens, or at least not all their bag. Last episode of each act will be only available through Airdrop. You will need to hold at least 10M Scoobi to be eligible for the Scoobi NFTdrops. The weight of all holder is calculated by a custom-made algo which is taking in account amount of Scoobi held, the LP provided (which will give you a lot of boost to your weight) and the amount of time you have been holding those tokens. If you sell all the Scoobi you are holding, your weight level will not be reset to zero right away, but instead it will decrease slowly and gradually.

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⚠️ Disclaimer: We do not guarantee anything. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results and investors may not recover the full amount invested. The value of this collection can greatly fluctuate as a result of Scoobi’s investment policy and it is not guaranteed. The above references an opinion and it is for information purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice.



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