We’ve all seen NFTs on the internet but can we see NFTs in real life? Well, it turns out that you can! The Nouns NFT project has announced that it will take part in the iconic Rose Parade taking place on January 2, 2022.
NFTs at the Parade
The annual Rose Parade always takes place in Pasadena, California before a football game between Penn State and the University of Utah. It has long been a staple of American culture and now it is getting an NFT twist.
The Nouns NFT project is partnering with Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, a studio backed by Hollywood actor Seth Green, to unveil a “Meet the Nouns” float featuring extras in costumes. This event has been in the making since June, when Stoopid Buddy Stoodios approached the Nouns NFT DAO for funding. After receiving approval from the community, the DAO granted the studio 610 ETH to design the float, which will now be showcased to the public.
What if we told you these 6 nouns are the least ridiculous things about the “Meet the Nouns” float at the @RoseParade this year?
Check out what @StoopidBuddy and @NounsOTG have cooked up on Jan 2nd at 8am PST, streaming online!#RoseParade #MeetTheNouns pic.twitter.com/S05N7MYKUz
— nounish ⌐◨-◨ (@nounish) December 27, 2022
As Chris Waters, the Stoopid Buddy Head of Development says, “The Rose Parade is a cultural institution in America with a viewing audience of over 30 million every year. As a volunteer-run event that focuses on fun, creativity, and community, it’s the perfect fit for Nouns, which shares those values and that culture.”
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