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2/11/2022 8:14:25 AM
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NFT Super Bowl prop bets

NFT Super Bowl prop bets



Richard Harris Richard Harris in NFTs Friday, February 11, 2022
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Cryptocurrency and NFT Super Bowl prop bets are shifting amid Super Bowl rumors and lopsided betting. SportsBetting.ag reported that there are drastic changes in odds due to irregular betting patterns. Some of the odds include what NFTs will be shown in commercials, Ethereum price, and a lot more.

For publicity, bookies often provide odds (prop bets) for featured Super Bowl events that are predetermined, such as the halftime show and commercials.

Cryptocurrency and NFT Super Bowl prop bets

Odds for these "entertainment" events surrounding the game are set by oddsmakers despite the understanding that small groups of people who work on these projects are "in the know" and have correct answers to the prop bets.

SportsBetting.ag released its cryptocurrency and NFT Super Bowl props early last week, and a number of them have seen drastic changes in odds due to irregular betting patterns and/or information from reliable sources.

For example, discussions in Discord and Twitter regarding a Bored Ape Yacht Club Super Bowl appearance have spurred an unusual number of bets on the popular NFT being seen during the halftime show.

Keep in mind, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, and Eminem all own a Bored Ape, and Jimmy Fallon and Paris Hilton were recently pumping their apes during Fallon’s late-night talk show.

Notes for changes in odds are indicated below.

The latest odds from SportsBetting.ag can be found here: https://www.sportsbetting.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/super-bowl

Bitcoin price at end of Super Bowl

Over 44k

Under 44k

Ethereum price at end of Super Bowl

Over 3k

Under 3k

What will be said first during any commercial?

Bitcoin -120

Metaverse -110

NFT +500

Ethereum +1200

(Bitcoin odds started at +400 and 58 percent of bets on Bitcoin said first. Both favorites confirmed will be said during commercials but the placement of spots is unknown.)

Which cryptocurrency company commercial will be shown first?

Crypto.com -140

FTX +100

(Crypto.com odds started at -200.)

Will Crypto.com commercial show Lakers/Clippers arena?

Yes +550

No -1000

(No odds started at -400.)

Will Crypto.com commercial feature Matt Damon?

Yes +250

No -400

(No odds started at -250.)

Who will be shown first during the FTX commercial?

Tom Brady +100

Steph Curry +165

Giselle Bundchen +300

Shohei Ohtani +450

(Brady odds started at +170 so people betting on Brady being seen first.)

Will a Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT be shown?

Yes -400

No +250

(Yes odds started at -150 and 70 percent of bets on Yes.)

What will be seen first?

Bored Ape Yacht Club image -200

Tupac Shakur image +175

Snoop Dogg in Steelers uniform +550

Eminem in Lions uniform +650

(BAYC odds started at +100 and 50 percent of bets on NFT are being seen first.)

Floor price of Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT at end of the halftime show

Over 285k

Under 285k

Highest Bored Ape Yacht Club sale on LooksRare.org during game

Over 110 ETH (~ 350k at time of writing)

Under 110 ETH

What NFT (or part of NFT) will be shown first during any commercial?

Nouns -150

Bored Ape Yacht Club +150

VeeFriends +200

Mutant Ape Yacht Club +400

World of Women +500

Beeple +600

CloneX +1000

CryptoPunks +1200

Cool Cats +1600

Doodles +2500


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