Degenerate Ape Academy to Join Solana News in Telegram AMA

“Deep in the heart of Dingus Forest echoes the sleepless cries of a troop of 10000 apes. These aren't just regular apes, however. These are degenerate apes.”

By
Kyle Heise
on
October 17, 2021
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Ground Breaking AMA

Welcome, fellow Degens, you’re in for a real treat today. For this iteration of the Solana News Telegram AMA, we’re hosting one of the top Non-Fungible Token (NFT) projects not just from the Solana chain, but all of DeFi: Degenerate Ape Academy.

Join our TG on October 19th at 9 PM UTC for a chance of your questions and comments to taken by none other than Monoliff Art Director and Head Ape from Degen Ape Academy. We’re super stoked to have Monoliff over for this chance to hear from our community. 

About Degen Ape Academy:

The Degenerate Ape Academy is an NFT collection through Solanart, one of the catalysts in the recent NFT surge on Solana. Several of the Degen Apes drew serious news coverage for fetching prices in the multi-millions and driving a creative bonanza––or shall I say BANANZA!

The hype for the Apes saw a record mint of 10,000 apes sold out in eight minutes. Birthed in the depths of Dingus Forest, the Degenerate Apes from Monoliff have blasted into crypto in a Jumanji-like fashion achieved by just a few lucky projects.

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About Monoliff:

Monoliff is someone who calls himself an NFT maximalist, committed to the art and design of his Degenerate Ape family. McMonoliff, as their Twitter handle says, is the Art Director and Head Ape of the whole Degenerate Ape family and Academy. The passionate artist worked hard on these Apes, and the effort shows in the exquisite details afforded across the myriad ape variations.

“Deep in the heart of Dingus Forest echoes the sleepless cries of a troop of 10000 apes. These aren't just regular apes, however. These are degenerate apes.”

Are you ready to rumble in the jungle? 

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Kyle Heise

Born and raised in the East Bay of California. He has studied and worked on three continents and lived in eight countries. Kyle resides in San Francisco. Go Giants!