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Stephen Curry, NBA Superstar, signs an agreement to release his own CryptoKitties

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NBA superstar Stephen Curry has signed a contract that will allow him to become the first celebrity to get CryptoKitty treatment . ]

The partnership, which was struck by the Moji-Curry emoji application development company, will see the Golden State Warriors playmaker launch a series of three exclusive CryptoKitties inspired by his resemblance.

"Stephen is the perfect partner to try out this new kind of Kitty," said Mack Flavelle, co-founder of CryptoKitties. "He is an incredible athlete, but he is also very interested in technology and innovation."

The first "CurryKitty" – named "Steph Fur Three" – was auctioned Monday, and the final purchase price could rival the six-figure sales seen in mid-December at the height of CryptoKittiy mania.

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Source: CryptoKitties

The biography of this cat focuses on the sporting achievements of Curry, while another – "Furry Chef" – focuses on his budding culinary process.

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"Hi, I'm a Furry Chef, you may know me as a MVP twice in the field, but I'm also a finalist for MVP in the kitchen (I share cooking with my partner and she keeps me humble) ", we read in his biography. "Can you guess what is my favorite dish?" "If you said curry, paws a second and ask yourself if I've ever heard that." If you said chicken to my lady, get out of my head! "

CryptoKitties allows users to buy, sell and reproduce digital cats, and runs on the Ethereum blockchain as a decentralized application (DApp). Cats are structured as ERC-721 chips, which are not fungible and are designed to represent unique assets.

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The game, originally created by Axiom Zen, a Canadian-based development studio, was recently launched after raising $ 12 million as part of a series A roundtable .

Although praised for its potential, this promise still has to translate into widespread use in the real world. According to Dapp Radar, a single DApp has more than 1000 active users per day, and fewer than 20 DApps have more than 100 active users per day.

Flickr / Keith Allison's star image.

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