Friday, December 1, 2023

Snoop Dogg joins Food Fighters Universe powered by NFT.

Snoop Dogg and his son Cordell Broadus who is known in the Web3 space as Champ Medici, have joined the Food Fighters Universe (FFU). They have partnered with the American rapper’s Dr Bombay’s Sweet Exploration. FFU is the world’s first NFT restaurant group.

Champ Medici said he has seen what they have done with Bored & Hungry in Long Beach and decided to work with them. He spoke at their grand opening in April. The rapper’s son described the Food Fighters Universe as bridging food and Web3. It’s blazing a trail with real-life utility for NFTs. Champ Medici believes this is the future of the restaurant industry.

Dr Bombay is Snoop Dogg’s Bored Ape Yacht Club avatar. It is the rapper’s immersive retail dessert experience based on his BAYC NFT. And is set to open in Los Angeles under the FFU umbrella. Andy Nguyen, Kevin Seo, and Phillip Huynh, Orange-based entrepreneurs, founded the FFU in March and they are the team behind the Bored & Hungry.

Moreover, the FFU is set to launch The Food Fighters NFT collection later this month. The collection will have 10,000 unique tokens on the ETH blockchain. The Food Fighters Universe plans to develop restaurants via funding from the sales of its NFTs, free food rewards, and other special experiences as well as other perks for its token holders.

Snoop Dogg is an ardent NFT lover. He claims to be the person behind Cozomo de’ Medici – a pseudonymous Crypto Twitter personality and NFT collector. The rapper has a valuable multi-million dollar collection featuring CryptoPunks, Art Blocks, and XCOPY pieces.

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