Fil-Am Super Bowl winner Jordan Norwood launches own NFT project

1/29/2022 4:41:00 PM

Former NFL player Jordan Norwood, the brother of PBA veteran Gabe, ventures into the ever-evolving NFT space

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Former NFL player Jordan Norwood, the brother of PBA veteran Gabe, ventures into the ever-evolving NFT space.

Former NFL player Jordan Norwood, the brother of PBA veteran Gabe, ventures into the ever-evolving NFT space

“NFTs are like the natural progression.”Holders of The Whitelist will be known as “Aces.” The project currently has more than 35,000 users conversing daily on Discord. A total of 5,000 pre-sale spots are allocated, with only 200 remaining. There will be a total of 10,000 Aces up for sale.

Jordan is working with artists based in Munich, Germany who had previously worked on NFT projects. He was initially impressed with their use of combining 3D models with 2D. Their team is also collaborating with 25 other talented artists who are based in different countries around the world, bringing diversity when it comes to their overall collection.

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January 28, 2022 Jordan has been investing in crypto as early as 2016 and got into NFTs in September 2021.In Batgirl, Alysia is the best friend of the title character Barbara Gordon, played by Leslie Grace.Share on Email “It is tearing our societies apart..

He grew up collecting sports trading cards and was a sneakerhead. A self-proclaimed “creative,” he also tried his hand at photography and graphic design. Ivory was born and raised in the Philippines, before moving the United States in her teens. “A lot of people in our server are just sneakerheads or trading [their] cards,” he said during an interview. That is one of the most devastating consequences of the two-year-old COVID-19 pandemic.  “NFTs are like the natural progression. As a transgender woman herself, she is known for her portrayal of transgender activist Cecilia Chung in the 2017 docudrama When We Rise.” Jordan came up with the concept of The Whitelist back in October.

For context, “whitelist” is usually the term given to collectors who earn pre-sale access for upcoming projects set to launch.. You google “Forbes Philippines Richest 2021” to get their names. The now 35-year-old envisions holding a Whitelist NFT as whitelist-like access to special promos that can be used for real-life utility. “I felt like there could be an opportunity, especially seeing communities on Discord and on Twitter, seeing how people interact with one another.” Holders of The Whitelist will be known as “Aces. ADVERTISEMENT Poor, per the World Bank, is not earning $1.” The project currently has more than 35,000 users conversing daily on Discord.

A total of 5,000 pre-sale spots are allocated, with only 200 remaining. There will be a total of 10,000 Aces up for sale. Some dogs are richer. Their launch is scheduled on January 31 (February 1, Manila time) and will cost 0.17 ETH (PHP 21,450, maximum of two NFTs) for whitelisted members and 0.19 ETH (PHP24,000, maximum of five mints) for the public sale. Oxfam has released Jan.

“Our goal is to provide awesome art, access, and a community that doesn’t really compare or that isn’t really out there very frequently in the NFT space,” Jordan said. Jordan is working with artists based in Munich, Germany who had previously worked on NFT projects. He was initially impressed with their use of combining 3D models with 2D. • Inequality contributes to the death of at least one person every four seconds. Their team is also collaborating with 25 other talented artists who are based in different countries around the world, bringing diversity when it comes to their overall collection. In addition to gift cards and discounts, Jordan visualizes times in the future where Whitelist holders get to meet up in different countries.

If they’re already interacting via the project’s Discord server, then the first step towards being acquaintances has already been achieved. • Every day inequality contributes to the deaths of at least 21,300 • An estimated 5. “If there’s this 4,000-member community after we mint (launch) and 2,000 people are in the Philippines, then I’m going to lean on you and lean on my brother a little bit more and see what’s the first things we need to add to the utility group,” he said. Jordan also mentioned a possible meet-up in Germany, given that’s where his partners reside. The first major networking planned is scheduled to take place next month in California. These issues are all part of the same, deeper malaise. “We’re pretty much firmed on a Super Bowl experience in Los Angeles… it would be kind of a networking party where you can interact with professional athletes, like myself.

A couple of my former teammates will be at this event too.”  From a macro perspective, Jordan advises artists and creators to migrate their aspirations of monetization to the NFT space for two chief reasons: royalties and smart contracts. It is that inequality kills. Each time an artist’s work is sold (usually on Open Sea ), the original creator gets a royalty fee that’s typically 5 to 10% of sale price. Each sale is tracked and that information is available to the public. It’s a stark difference from how it used to be. Millions of people would still be alive today if they had had a vaccine—but they are dead, denied a chance while big pharmaceutical corporations continue to hold monopoly control of these technologies.

“You think about trading cards that was made in 1986 and traded hands a few times,” Jordan said. “That’s $10,000 in sales volume, but, you know, Topps (creators) and Michael Jordan only saw revenue from that first purchase of the card.” The process is done automatically as well, given that smart contracts are registered on cryptocurrency blockchain. The world’s poorest people and racialized groups are bearing the brunt of pandemic deaths. Does that mean it’s impenetrable? Of course not. Hacks are prevalent.

Although the possibilities to ensure proper wealth distribution is arguably more effective. These present-day divides are directly linked to historical legacies of racism, including slavery and colonialism. “When you think about the usability and how much it relieves some of the headaches of modern-day institutions from banking to, you know, ticket offices, to music collectibles, it relieves a lot of those headaches about how royalties are structured,” Jordan explained. “If you’re a YouTuber and you’re waiting on your royalties, why can’t those royalties just be on a smart contract that are [sent] to you immediately? When some function happens on your YouTube channel when you hit a certain number of subscribers or views, why does that need to go to an accounting department first?” It should also come as no surprise that Gabe has been instrumental in helping Jordan achieve his dreams. The Philippines-based Norwood has been actively helping out with day-to-day tasks even remotely. At least 73 countries face the prospect of IMF-backed austerity risks worsening inequality between countries, and every type of inequality within countries. “Gabe’s my best friend,” his brother said.

“I mean, we’re real brothers, we’re only a year apart.” The two grew up playing on the same sports teams and even won a basketball state championship together. The cost of the profound inequality we face is in human lives. The two used to design sneakers on notebooks together.  “He’s a big part of this project. We usually end up falling into some of the same interests just because of how much we talk. Drawing historical comparisons with the scale of today’s inequality crisis is challenging, but some comparisons are clear.

”  Jordan has visited the Philippines a few times and admitted there was even a point where he considered to play basketball in the country like his brother does in the PBA, although was ultimately steered to football because of his six-foot height. “I was undrafted into the NFL and I thought it might be a one- or two-year career, but it ended up being eight and a Super Bowl championship.” Jordan also holds the record for the longest punt return in a Super Bowl.” The increase in Bezos’ fortune alone during the pandemic could pay for everyone on earth to be safely vaccinated. During the Broncos’ Super Bowl 50 victory over the Carolina Panthers, Jordan returned a punt 60 yards deep into Panthers territory before being tackled at the 10-yard line. Ultimately, the run set up a key Denver score.

“We ended up kicking a field goal and never losing the lead after that during the game,” Jordan said, adding that it was “pretty cool. It is taking place on every continent.” Perhaps his next record-breaking moment takes place in the NFT field.  – Rappler.com . By not vaccinating the world, governments have allowed the conditions for the COVID-19 virus to dangerously mutate.