Claim your free Norse Gods Genesis playing card NFTs ahead of poker series
You can now claim two free Norse Gods Genesis playing card NFTs from FullHouse.io, which can be used in the One Million CBC NFT Poker Series, where around $60,000 of cryptocurrency will be up for grabs to holders of the cards across a series of high stakes hands.
To claim two free animated NFT playing cards, simply visit FullHouse.io and click the ‘Claim my NFTs’ button at the top of the page.
From here, you’ll simply need to provide your name, email, Telegram and Binance Smart Chain address, which is where your cards will be airdropped. You also need to join the FullHouse.io Telegram group at: https://t.me/FullHouseNFT to receive the NFTs.
Only 10,000 Norse Gods Genesis NFTs will ever be minted, with at least 5,000 given away on a first come, first serve basis at FullHouse.io. 1,000 of the cards have already been airdropped to existing CBC holders, and further cards will be available to community members over the coming weeks.
Stake your two cards in hands of poker action during the One Million CBC NFT Poker Series, a daily series of massively multiplayer poker hands with big prizes for the winners.
The action begins in July, with the one million CBC prize pool currently valued at around $60,000. CBC is the native cryptocurrency of CBC.network, which powers Full House NFT Poker.
As well as entry to the NFT poker series, holders of the cards will enjoy other exclusive perks, to be announced in the coming weeks.
Ed Brennan, President of CBC.network, said: “We wanted to make the inaugural One Million CBC NFT Poker Series something special, so we’re airdropping 5,000 of the playing cards required to enter the series to those who are quick enough to claim them.
“Should you be lucky enough to grab yourself two of the cards, you’ll be able to compete for your share of more than $60,000 in cryptocurrency, and a place in NFT poker history. We’ll see you at the table.”
Terms and conditions apply. No purchase necessary. Only two cards (one entry) per person.