Entrepreneur Shagun Singh’s Ridiculous Dragons Records NFT Sales Worth 8 Cr in 30 Days

Blockchain technology has revolutionized the business world in many ways. It has opened up a fortune of opportunity for savvy entrepreneurs, smart business people, big business and market invaders. It has given its consumers a whole new platform for creative methods of wealth creation. Things like NFTs, cryptocurrency, and the metaverse are hard to understand, and investing in them isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Yet, if you gather enough knowledge and understanding about these projects, it is better to be aware of them than to feel left out. Becoming the latest trend in market buzz, a young and emerging Delhi-NCR-based entrepreneur Shagun Singh has taken a step into the field of NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) with his new NFT project “Ridiculous Dragons”.

Ridiculous Dragons has already ushered in a firm stand in the future, the dawn of the new Internet and something for contemporary society. In this set of seven courses, the future holds a detailed introduction to decentralized platforms and blockchain-powered projects, including cryptocurrency, NFTs, and the metaverse. Are you excited about the world of stock and cryptocurrency trading but don’t know where to start? The top project in India is Ridiculous Dragons, a recently launched Delhi-NCR based NFT project which successfully sold Dragons (digital artworks) worth INR 8 crore in its first month of launch, on April 14, 2022. They reached the zenith by selling all 9999 Dragons (NFT) that were generated on the Binance Smart Chain, all under the sharp marketing skills of Shagun Sing.

CEO and Founder Shagun Singh has worked steadily in the cryptocurrency market since 2013 and has extensive learning associated with the field. Asked about his immense success in launching this unique project and then selling all of his digital artwork, he said, “We are all equipped to launch a private market now that Ridiculous Dragons has confidently crossed all its milestones. Along with this, we are also planning to launch our currency (Coin or Token) for our traders and Dragon holders. The launch of this marketplace will allow investors to create, sell and buy NFTs in one place. This is an elite idea that will foster a prosperous future under the rule of virtual digital assets. NFT owners will also benefit from the premium crypto trading group as they will enjoy an overload of benefits such as premium trading calls and in-depth market-related calculations.

Ridiculous Dragons dominated the market and continues to grow in prominence; Among the household names who have invested in his NFTs are Riyan Parag, a notable Indian cricketer who plays for the famous cricket club Rajasthan Royals, and Shashvat Nakrani, the co-founder of BharatPe who facilitates convenient financial services. Moreover, he has achieved all of his milestones; by going through his roadmap. The project is ready to launch its independent marketplace and establish its token or currency for NFT trading, which no other platform has yet performed. The platform is striving to induce 20 cr+ revenue by the end of 2022. It also includes a free NFT course and invitations to its community meetings, among other benefits. All NFT/Dragon holders will enjoy staking rewards against holding their NFTs, which will ensure a great source of passive income and get an exclusive 20% discount on their next latest NFT collection.

Shagun Singh is a dedicated leader and his project is destined to become one of the biggest NFT projects in India, which is accelerating its development tremendously with true purpose and determination. In its future projects, the company also plans to collaborate with major celebrities and brands. Many big companies are investing in the NFT market and building a strong community in this era. Ridiculous Dragons has already built a rock-solid foundation for an imperative entrepreneurial premise for its patrons and dragon holders, transforming into a one-stop-shop for investors and VR enthusiasts.

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