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Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) give you ownership of artwork, music, videos and other online collectibles. They exist on blockchains, the innovative technology that underlies cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.
As the popularity of NFTs has grown, the NFT market has climbed to more than INR 3 trillion in value, according to The 2021 NFT Market Report released by blockchain data company Chainalysis.
Here are some of the most popular and well-rated NFT marketplaces where you can buy and sell these digital assets.
OpenSea is ancient by NFT standards, having launched in 2017, and it’s also among the largest NFT marketplaces active today. It hosts many popular NFTs, including art, music, photography, trading cards and virtual worlds.
The core cryptocurrencies used on OpenSea are Ethereum, Solana, and USDC, and payment options feature other cryptos. Just note that you can’t use fiat currencies like U.S. dollars, euros or rupees.
On the bright side, OpenSea is very user-friendly for beginners. You can set up an account for free within minutes and start browsing NFTs immediately, and you can even create NFTs on their platform.
For costs, OpenSea charges a fee equal to 2.5% of every transaction. You must also pay the gas fee for completing NFT transactions with Ethereum. Gas fees are the transaction fees paid to miners.
If you’re looking to avoid the gas fee, you can buy and sell NFTs with Polygon. But you’ll need to ensure that the NFT item of interest displays the Polygon logo.
In short, OpenSea is a solid choice for beginners looking to get started with a straightforward marketplace and who want as many options as possible for NFTs.
Rarible allows users to buy and sell art, collectibles, video game assets and NFTs. You can buy and deal on Rarible with Ethereum, Flow and Tezos.
Rarible charges a flat 2.5% fee on every transaction, plus any gas fees. One nice feature is you can buy NFTs using a credit card, allowing transactions in fiat currencies.
An interesting aspect of Rarible: Rather than having in-house management decide everything, Rarible created its own native token called RARI. The holders of RARI get to vote on company decisions like company policy changes.
In 2021, Rarible announced a partnership with Adobe to make it easier to verify and protect the metadata for digital content, including NFTs.
For those that want access to a large network with solid connections, Rarible could be the best NFT marketplace. At the same time, it also still follows a decentralized mindset.
WazirX is a centralized Indian cryptocurrency exchange founded in the year 2018. It has around 7.3 million users. The exchange was acquired by Binance, a crypto trading platform. They launched an NFT marketplace devoted to regional and traditional creators. WazirX is well known to host its first NFT exhibition and musical NFTs and is said to be a very good option for beginners. 
WazirX recorded around INR 2 trillion trading in a record year by November 2021. It even crashed because of high user activities seen following the news of the Indian government’s cryptocurrency bill decision in Parliament. 
It works on the binance smart chain network. To buy an NFT or place a bid you need to have a WRX token in your wallet. The BSC blockchain is quicker than ETH with lower gas fees. It also allows multiple chain transfers. It is easy for both creators and collectors. The perk is that it is adaptable with a simple layout that makes it effortless to mint new collections, organize them, bid on NFTs trade and put them to auctions. 
The crypto exchange charges 5% service charges and the rest of the proceedings can be kept by the creators. It has an invite-only community and no other fees which makes it a great marketplace with no drawbacks. 
Jupiter Meta is an Indian NFT marketplace based in Chennai. It was founded in 2021 to trade NFTs and various other cultural and creative segments. It is an innovative marketplace that emphasizes on creating a singular metaverse experience through games, music and films. 
Currently, it is working on the ‘Singara Chennai’ a digital art NFT project that focuses on showcasing iconic Chennai destinations and items. From locations, food, places of worship and beaches, etc in the background and a combination of past, present and future elements represented in the foreground. 
It provides a personalized experience and fixed prices. Its zero gas fee is backed by Rubix blockchain technology level 1.
Bollycoin is the connecting link between Bollywood and blockchain. It is devoted to Bollywood projects and can interest all Bollywood enthusiasts. An integral part of bollycoin is by minting Bollywood-themed NFTs. They offer posters, stills, movie tickets, movie clips and other souvenirs. 
All the decisions are taken by the Bollywood community through a voting process and taken into action on the DAO autonomously. Members can also obtain royalties on grounds of their activities and may use their crypto coins to purchase NFTs.
Recently, they revealed its Dabangg collection in association with Salman Khan.  
BuyUCoin is a leading crypto exchange in India and was founded in the year 2016. It serves around 3,50,000 users and handles more than INR 24 billion in digital asset transactions. Its main aim is to bring crypto into every Indian’s pockets. 
They buy, sell and trade 33 cryptos including Bitcoins, Ethereum, Ripple, Steller, etc. It allows users to leverage UPI for the financial aspects. It is a committed marketplace that has a UI similar to OpenSea. They also have some of the famous NFT projects that you can get a hold of. They just charge their users a maker fee of 0.24%.
Binance, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges, added an NFT marketplace in 2021. The international crypto exchange is one of many other industry players entering the NFT sector, like Crypto.com NFT, which describes itself as a highly-curated NFP marketplace.
Binance NFT offers the typical digital assets found on other major platforms: artwork, gaming items, and collectibles.
A major advantage of Binance NFT is that it charges very low fees. The platform only deducts a 1% trading fee. It’s also a user-friendly platform built using similar technology and layouts as their exchange.
As such a large player in the crypto space, Binance also runs on its own blockchain, giving it an added advantage.
An NFT marketplace is a digital platform for buying and selling NFTs. These platforms allow people to store and display their NFTs plus sell them to others for cryptocurrency or money. Some NFT marketplaces also allow users to mint their NFTs on the platform itself.
In exchange for a fee, the NFT marketplace will typically handle the transfer of an NFT from one party to the other.
Each NFT marketplace has its own system for how it operates. The types of NFTs available, fees, payment options, permitted blockchains and other rules will depend on which one you use.
When you create an account with an NFT marketplace, you can browse through all their available options for sale. You can also add a payment method, and some require you to link a crypto wallet to pay with crypto, while others allow you to use a credit card.
Some sites let you buy NFTs directly for a fixed price, while others will use an auction.
If you complete the transaction, the NFT marketplace will record it on its blockchain showing the change of ownership.
In the world of NFTs, minting refers to the process of creating new NFTs on a blockchain, most commonly Ethereum. When you mint an NFT, you’re recording data that comprises a new NFT in a new block that’s then added to a blockchain.
Minting an NFT typically comes with fees. For NFT systems that use the Ethereum blockchain, this cost is paid in gas, a crypto token used to perform functions on the Ethereum blockchain.
More and more, NFT marketplaces are becoming creative about how, when and to whom minting fees are charged.
David is a financial writer based out of Delaware. He specializes in making investing, insurance and retirement planning understandable. Before writing full-time, David worked as a financial advisor and passed the CFP exam.
My work has appeared in TheStreet, Mansion Global, CNN, CNN Money, DNAInfo, Yahoo Finance, MSN Money, and the New York Daily News. I’m an alumna of the London School of Economics and hold a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Texas at Austin. Follow or DM me on Twitter at @farranpowell.

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Are creators being used as cannon fodder in the NFT game? – Music Business Worldwide

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The following MBW op/ed comes from PPL CIO Mark Douglas. Below, he turns his attention, and bullshit detector, to the much-hyped but little-understood world of NFTs. It’s fair to say he has some questions…
In my last column, I tackled the subject of Blockchains and their relevance to the music industry. I wrote that piece with a degree of apprehension, aware that I was poking the nest of a vocal and passionate crypto community.
As it happens, that article garnered nothing but positive feedback, with many grateful that the topic had finally been explained in terms they understood, and that the emperor had at last been called out for his lack of clothing. Emboldened by this feedback, I’m going to dial it up a notch and dig into the topic de nos jours, NFTs.

NFTs have quickly (briefly?) become a multi-billion dollar thing (I hesitate to call it an industry), and there are a lot of heavily vested interests with loud voices.
For some creators, NFTs have been a godsend, a new way to generate revenue, and I certainly want to have no part in interfering with an artist’s opportunity to monetise their talents. To that end, I’m going to do what many commentators fail to do, and de-couple the revenue opportunity/fan engagement aspects of NFTs from the actual technology and mechanics that underpin them. By doing so I hope to show that the two are not mutually dependent and draw attention to the many risks of NFTs.

Let’s start with the phrase itself – Non-Fungible Token. Many discussions on NFTs start with an explanation of fungibility. It’s a word/concept I first heard back in the late eighties as part of my Chartered Accountancy training. For a long time, the word wasn’t really used outside the finance and accounting community. 
It’s a fairly typical trick of the crypto industry to use arcane, professional terminology to add legitimacy to their latest offering: ‘immutability’, ‘ledger’, ‘dis-intermediation’ – lots of serious sounding words, but ultimately their use is akin to a politician quoting public school Latin to try and convince you they are intelligent, when in fact all they have is a good memory.

At its simplest, a fungible asset is one that can be readily substituted by another. An ounce of 9-carat gold is a fungible asset because any one ounce has the same value as any other. Non-fungible assets, on the other hand, are unique and have a value that is unique to them. Whilst an ounce of gold may be fungible, a gold bar may not be, as the presence of hallmarks affords any one bar a special value to a collector due to its provenance.
One way to think of NFTs is to liken them to this gold example. At their simplest NFTs seek to add those Hallmarks to digital assets that are in all other regards fungible. Whilst the shift to digital has been very liberating, it has also had a very negative impact:  due to being expressed as nothing but a sequence of ones and zeroes, any one digital asset is literally identical to any copy of it.
When your primary output as a creator is a digital asset, it is all but impossible to create differential value in any one copy. Whilst special extended mixes or remixes can be created and sold at a premium, the ease with which exact copies can be made and distributed globally undermines the ability to create proper value. Mechanisms such as Digital Rights Management have been deployed in the past to try and prevent this widespread copying, but they put too many barriers in the way for legitimate consumers and ultimately failed.
“You can do much, if not all, that an NFT can do in much simpler ways.”
So how do you create that uniqueness in an otherwise fungible item? How do you create the digital equivalent of that limited edition, blue vinyl pressing of ELO’s Out Of The Blue that caused much excitement on my school bus back in 1978? The NFT solution to this is to produce not a special version of the asset, but to create a tamper-proof till receipt (I actually now think of the T in NFT as meaning exactly that).
But I’m getting ahead of myself. Let’s back up a bit and look at the mechanics of NFTs, because things should then become clearer.
At the heart of NFTs are blockchains. As covered in my last article, blockchains are all about providing a tamper-proof, public ledger of data. Step one of generating an NFT is to add a ‘smart contract’ onto a blockchain.
If you are imagining that a large, wordy document full of legalese has just been created, you would be mistaken. As it happens, a smart contract is neither particularly smart, nor a contract.
A smart contract is lines of computer code that specify some basic rules to follow when someone wishes to transact through that contract – rules to determine whether any inventory is available, to calculate the unit price and issue a purchase receipt. Think of it as a robotic checkout assistant and you’ll be nearer the mark. In practical terms, a smart contract is a series of ‘if/when…then…else’ statements along with some arithmetic operations, like you would see in a standard spreadsheet.
The crypto world loves smart contracts because they further their ideological pursuit of removing the middleman from the making and recording of transactions.
The role of a smart contract in the world of NFTs is to determine the availability of the item for sale, to compute the price payable, and to ensure that (cryptocurrency) payment is made. The smart contract then creates the actual NFT token by creating a new entry on the blockchain, in a process known as ‘minting’.
Contained within that token is typically little more than the ID of the contract that created it, the crypto identity of the buyer and a unique identifier. You will note that the actual digital asset that was being ‘purchased’ is not in that list of items.
There is a good reason for that. Adding data to blockchains is an expensive process (literally hundreds of dollars per transaction, depending on the prevailing value of the relevant cryptocurrency), and the cost increases with the amount of data you are trying to add. So the NFT is, by necessity, as small as it can possibly be. It’s a till receipt with a serial number, the price paid, and the digital wallet identifier of the buyer.
But we’re not finished yet. There are still more steps involved in getting to the digital asset. The first of these is to use the ID held in the NFT, along with data from the smart contract that minted it, to generate a URL to a small data file somewhere out on the internet. That file (technically a small JSON format file) contains the name of the item that has been ‘purchased’, a description of the item and, finally, the actual URL that links to the digital asset.
Why have I gone to these lengths to explain how NFTs work? Firstly, I think doing so makes it clear that what is actually being sold is nothing more than a glorified till receipt. A till receipt that proves you were willing to pay for something that in most regards is freely available to all.  Whilst the NFT itself is non-fungible, the asset to which it directs you is not and, to that end, NFTs create an artificial sense of scarcity.
Secondly, I think it will have come across that it’s a pretty convoluted way of doing things. You can do much, if not all, that an NFT can do in much simpler ways. British Airways and Hilton Hotels have been offering privileged access to their lounges and the like for three decades or more with not an NFT in sight. Eventbrite and Ticketmaster have been granting VIP access to concerts and backstage access for years.
But my issues with NFTs don’t end there. With its total reliance on crypto technology, possession of the digital keys is instrumental if you are to derive any value from the purchase in the future. Lose access to your digital wallet and you have likely lost every NFT you have purchased. Ask the chap in Newport how it feels to know that the keys to your prized crypto possessions are on a hard disk, buried somewhere in the middle of a landfill site…
“As it happens, a smart contract is neither particularly smart, nor a contract.”
Compounding this technology risk, there is no one standard for NFTs. There are literally hundreds of NFT marketplaces, and they all adopt slightly different approaches and use different underlying platforms. Many rely on the Ethereum blockchain, but not all.
The long-term viability of the underlying technology is critical if the buyer is to derive value in the future. Whilst they may still have access to the digital asset, as set out earlier, the value lies in the provenance provided by the blockchain-based receipt. If that blockchain ceases to exist, the value in the NFT disappears with it.
If these technology risks are managed, a further cause for concern is that trading in NFTs requires the buyer to embrace cryptocurrencies. As well as exposing them to all the price volatility risk that this entails, it is potentially discriminatory in that it denies access to those of lower economic standing.
These things in combination cause me to question whether this is the right way to engage with and monetise a loyal fanbase. The NFT landscape is a complex place with a great deal of marketing spin and hyperbole. If you are thinking about getting on board with NFTs, are you doing it for the right reasons, and have you thought through the long-term implications for your brand and for your fans? Or are you being played by big money backers that are desperate for their NFT platform to succeed?
You see, as I covered in my Blockchain piece in the last issue, the ideological objective of removing the middleman is a fiction; your average creator has no more chance of creating a smart contract and uploading it to a Blockchain than flapping their arms and flying.
There is a reason that marketplace platforms like OpenSea and SuperRare have risen to prominence. Someone needs to be there with the tools and templates to make it all happen. Middlemen they are, and they charge a fee for their services, just like traditional third-party service providers. Becoming established as one of the leading platforms is a high-stakes game with some very big players. Are creators being used as cannon fodder in this game?
“NFTs have become a multi-billion dollar thing and there are invested interests with loud voices.”
But above all, my issue with NFTs is that in the rush to jump on the bandwagon, the ‘creative’ space has become littered with people generating art and music with little to no effort – throwing random datasets at artificial intelligence routines and leaving them to come up with whatever.
This pains me, as it fundamentally devalues the creative process. When Geraint Thomas recently tried to launch an NFT of computer-generated art based on the power data from some of his biggest career wins, he was met with general derision from his fanbase and the wider cycling community. I fear not all fan bases are so clear in their feedback and get duped by those seeking to make a quick buck. I personally don’t think that’s a good look for the music industry.
Don’t get me wrong, I know that monetising talent in this overcrowded digital world is difficult. And there are many aspects of NFTs that I find intellectually stimulating. If the buyer of an NFT genuinely understands what they are buying, and the risks they are taking, then who am I to question whether or not there is real value in what they have purchased.
I can question all I like why someone would pay potentially millions of dollars for a glorified till receipt that gets you access to the very same item that the rest of the world can have for free. But is this any different from a collector spending hundreds of thousands of pounds on a designer brand Swiss chronometer that will likely have cost only a few hundred pounds to manufacture and tells the time no better than a £5 digital watch?
The reality is that the value of something is not a matter of fact. An item is worth what someone is willing to pay for it. As people spend more of their lives in digital worlds, perhaps it does make more sense to have a digital bragging token than a fancy car or watch that very few will ever see. In closing, and to quote my own bit of Latin, perhaps the real answer to all of this is simply caveat emptor.

This article originally appeared in the latest (Q3/Q4 2022) issue of MBW’s premium quarterly publication, Music Business UK, which is out now.
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Marvion Signs Memorandum of Understanding with 8SIAN to Collaborate in Marvion Metaverse – StreetInsider.com

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SINGAPORE, Nov. 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Metaverse Blockchain company Marvion, a fully owned subsidiary of Bonanza Goldfields Corp. (OTC: BONZ), is pleased to share that a memorandum of understanding has been signed with 8SIAN to collaborate in Marvion Metaverse.
Commenting on the collaboration, Raymond Chua, CEO of Marvion said, “We welcome 8SIAN as a valuable partner of Marvion and into our Marvion Metaverse. As part of the agreement, we will be giving 8SIAN a building in the Marvion Metaverse and this building will be permanently available in the Metaverse from the date of completion. From Marvion’s point of view, we strongly believe that Web 3.0 is the future of brands. By existing in the Metaverse, brands can better understand their target customers’ behaviour and buying patterns through AI algorithms, something which is challenging to accomplish with a physical shop front. With the rise of e-commerce due to Covid, brands have now learnt to reach out to their customer base on the Internet which transcends physical and geographical boundaries and suffice to say, 8SIAN is well ahead of its peers in the industry with its forward-looking vision.”
Echoing the same sentiments, Nicole Yap, Founder of 8SIAN added, “Our team is committed to integrating 8SIAN into the Web 3.0 space, bringing Asian culture into the Metaverse – which we believe is the inevitable future. Our goals are aligned with Marvion’s as we envision 8SIAN being a global, inclusive community that brings together members who share an admiration for Asian culture in the NFT space. We want to represent, educate and build a lasting presence in the Web 3.0 ecosystem as we work to expand our 50,000 strong community through collaborations with key partners in various industries. With 8SIAN’s building in Marvion’s Metaverse, we are excited to have immediate access to more than 55 million average daily users on Roblox, of which the Marvion Metaverse is built on.”
For more information on Marvion and its metaverse offerings, please visit www.marvion.media.
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About 8SIAN
8SIAN is a Web3 brand that aims to represent Asia in the Web3 space whilst also empowering Asians to be proud of their heritage, culture and upbringing. 8SIAN strives to share their experience of NFTs and educate individuals by giving them the knowledge they need to operate in this new and exciting space. They also aim to bridge the gap between the physical and virtual worlds by expanding their community and through collaborations with key partners in various industries.
For 8SIAN’s first main collection, their aim was to create elegant, Asian female drawings that represented the unique characteristics and traits of women across Asia. One of their core visions is to be able to combine cultures from Asia and create something authentic. Every individual NFT in their collection speaks for itself in terms of quality and each one has a unique cultural background and story to tell.
Find out more about 8SIAN:Website:          www.8sian.ioLinktree:          https://linktr.ee/8siannft
About BONZ
Bonanza Goldfields Corporation is a Nevada holding company that through its subsidiaries are engaged in the media distribution business. Specifically, they provide authentication, valuation and certification (“AVC”) service, sale and purchase, hire purchase, financing, custody, security and exhibition (“CSE”) services to buyers of movie and music media through traditional channels as well as through leveraging blockchain technology through the creation of digital ownership tokens (“DOTs”).
The group is building an ecosystem and a metaverse for the media and entertainment industry that implements and adopts blockchain and NFT technologies, through mergers and acquisitions.
About Marvion™️
Marvion is a metaverse technology company in the lifestyle and entertainment industry. Although most lifestyle and entertainment content are digital in nature today, they exist in the real world as intangible assets, such as intellectual property, licenses and contractual rights, with intrinsic value. Marvion applies blockchain and NFT technologies as tools to disrupt and improve the existing and current practices. The technology underpinning NFTs (non-fungible tokens) has multiple functional use cases, some of which have the power to transform our societies, and some of which may be subject to regulations. Marvion uses NFT technology solely to create a legally-binding digital ownership token (DOT) to both tangible and intangible lifestyle and entertainment assets, which our analysis suggests would functionally fall outside any regulatory perimeter.
More Information about Marvion™️:
Website:           www.marvion.media  Facebook:        www.facebook.com/marvionmetaverse  Instagram:        www.instagram.com/marvion.media  Twitter:             www.twitter.com/marvion_media LinkedIn:          www.linkedin.com/company/marvion Telegram:        www.t.me/marvion_media
About Marvion’s DOT
Marvion’s DOTs are integrated, best in class, digital ownership token (DOT) that contains a smart contract that can execute transactions and also contains the specific legal terms of the intellectual property ownership, license and/or rights. Each DOT contains the following:
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Y00ts NFT Artwork Finally Reveals: Take a look! – NFTevening.com

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After months of delays, the y00ts NFT artwork reveal is finally here, and it is the talk of the NFT Twitter community. There are 15,000 y00ts NFTs in total, and the team behind the project is revealing a new image every three minutes. So far, 80 y00ts are available to view right now on the website, including some incredible 1/1’s. This is one of the most highly anticipated NFT reveals of 2022, and you can watch the reveal live. Furthermore, y00ts NFT holders can now use their ‘t00bs’ to mint their special NFTs and join the wider DeGods community.
In September of this year, the team behind the popular Solana-based NFT project DeGods launched a new project called y00ts. This was massive news for the NFT community as DeGods was breaking boundaries in the space as a Solana project, and the art was proving incredibly popular.
The new y00ts project offered similar glory, with great enthusiasm for the pre-reveal artwork. Consisting of 15,000 Yeti pfp colorful images, there was a huge FOMO to own a y00ts. The mint was incredibly successful and sold out almost immediately. 
However, in the following weeks, no y00ts NFT artwork was revealed. As the days dragged on into weeks, people began questioning whether this was a rug pull or if the release would ever come. Frank DeGods and the team behind y00ts also announced they were briefly taking time off following the mint, which raised concerns for many in the space.
Nearly two months after the original mint date, the y00ts NFT reveal is finally here, and the art is pretty good.
In a tweet, one of the project’s co-founders, @frankdegods, exclaimed, “@y00tsNFT has been the hardest thing I’ve ever worked on in my entire life. But nothing great is supposed to be easy anyway. y00ts is our love letter to the web3 community.”
The art is awe-inspiring, and one of the artists behind the project, @delilahdegods, has also produced a considerable article explaining the choices behind the design decisions.
They state that color and character were the yoots NFT project’s biggest challenge.
Ultimately, they decided to focus on primary colors and eventually added a neutral palette which is why the y00ts NFTs look so distinctive. Each character is a unique blend of vibrant colors and cool neutral tones. 
The team wanted an ‘aspirational’ character for the project. After trialing a younger DeGods character, a small furry bear called ‘Duppy,’ they eventually settled on the Yeti character. Deciding on the character took time before eventually settling on the yeti character we see now.
In creating the y00ts, the team wanted to pay tribute to the art that inspired them in the real world. One way they have done this is through the color block glasses some y00ts characters wear. Significantly, the glasses resemble famous works of art and logos. This includes The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci, the iconic Apple logo, and other inspirational art pieces.
With 15,000 characters to personalize, creating traits that will offer true individualism takes a lot of work. However, each character has a lot of variety.
The color of the y00ts fur runs from a dark chestnut through lavender grey to pink and a bright green.
So far, we have seen some excellent traits, including –
Of course, there are other traits, such as fur color, facial features, and much more.
Amongst the y00ts NFTs revealed, there are some remarkable 1/1 NFTs. So far, there is a ‘Renaissance y00t, a female ‘Queen y00t’, an ‘Ice Cream King y00t’, and others. One of these 1/1 y00ts has already sold for a considerable price this afternoon. y00t #13175, (Mt. y00topia), was sold for 500 SOL ($16,520) hours after its reveal.
Now that the y00ts NFT project is fully live, it will be interesting to see what happens with the project next. The y00ts website is showing the live reveal and has several tabs at the top. Drops and mint are viewable, but Explorer, Staking, and Rewards are unavailable to view right now. In the coming weeks, y00ts NFT holders will find out what is next after the full artwork reveal.
 
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