Moonbirds NFTs fly high over its unique nesting and membership process
The collection of 10,000 pixelated owls, minted on the Ethereum Blockchain, consists of cute avatars with opposing personalities. The rarity of some birds warranted a sale of 265 ETH ($2,935.44) alone.
Further enticing crypto collectors to purchase the NFTs, owners will gain access Proof Collective ecosystem. The project is “built with utility and community at the foundation,” rather than art solely being the focus.
ABOUT PROOF COLLECTIVE
To better understand the reasons behind the project’s popularity, it’s vital to delve into what Proof Collective stands for.
First and foremost, Proof Collective is a members-only collection of 1,000 NFT collectors and artists. To shift value to the industry, Proof creators and Web3 enthusiasts Kevin Rose, Ryan Carson and Justin Mezzell, aim for Moonbirds to be another blue-chip PFP initiative but with extra perks.
Proof insists Moonbirds collectors lock their NFT tokens in their wallets in exchange for the additional benefits promised. The project calls this “nesting” and aims for the process to incentivize long-term holding rather than trading.
In addition, collectors are rewarded access to Proof’s private Discord server, which offers exclusive information on upcoming drops, community events, mints and more.
NEW PROJECT IN THE PIPELINE
The proceeds made from Moonbirds mean Proof has the funds to build up the crypto community. Following this, Moonbirds revealed its new project named Project Highrise is on the rise but reveals few specifics.
Moonbirds’ website scarcely reveals Project Highrise is a “focused and novel take on the metaverse” and “has great promise for connection and community.” But how? That’s for them to know and us to find out soon.
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