Curious nft real design

Ethereum blockchain incurs significantly higher fees compared to other blockchains.

The average Ethereum transaction fee varies between $30-80 (depending on the specific transaction) and the current NFT minting fee is ~$130, every other blockchain in the table above has transaction and minting fees that remain below $1.

While these high Ethereum fees have driven many users to explore other blockchains to mint NFTs, many secondary marketplaces help cover a portion, or even all gas fees, when minting on Ethereum.

The Secondary NFT Marketplaces

Alongside the primary blockchain networks where NFTs are minted and hosted, there are a variety of secondary marketplaces for NFTs where the majority of NFT exchanges take place.

These marketplaces enable users to more easily mint, buy, and sell NFTs, with OpenSea having emerged as the leading secondary NFT marketplace.


As an alternative to trading a digital asset, a physical house is up for auction.

  • There’s also a piece of NFT art created by a musician. The highest bidder rewarded with NFT also has the right to use the title in the actual location.

The Modular Activation Platform (MAP) consists of flat parts conveyed and built. To make construction into something, manufacturing will begin in MiTek’s Missouri facility.
There is a vast history of modular design. For the Modular Initiative, this might be a chance to innovate on how and where utilities, interiors, and facades furnish in the modular steel boxes. They are the physical building blocks of this style of architecture.

NFT Real Estate Example

This year is an explosion in the market for digital files. The digital files get sold as “non-fungible tokens” (NFTs).

Indeed, natural voice will feature in the game.

The artistic vision of Otherside was revealed in a tantalising teaser and from that teaser, we know that the game intends to support multiple NFT brands – including CryptoPunks, Mutant Ape Yacht Club, Cool Cats and World of Women, to name a few.

For the Otherside, Yuga Labs are partnering up with games developer and venture capital company Animoca Brands, who acquired The Sandbox in 2018 and have been making big moves in the development of the metaverse.

Bored Apes and big brands

The most eye-catching collaboration achieved by Bored Ape Yacht Club to date was with Adidas Originals. The fashion and lifestyle subdivision of the German sportswear giant launched ‘Into the Metaverse’ as part of their bigger plan to enter Web3 culture.

It’s estimated that OpenSea had $1.9 billion of traded volume in November 2021, making up over 95% of NFT trading volumes.MarketplaceTrading Volume (November)Supported BlockchainsOpenSea$1.9BEthereum, PolygonNifty Gateway$31.79BEthereumSuperRare$18.77MEthereumFoundation$15.33MEthereumHic et Nunc$4.48MTezosMakersPlace$1.09MEthereumAsync Art$131,000Ethereum

Source: The Block

Although some of the marketplaces (like OpenSea) allow anyone to easily mint and offer an NFT for sale, other platforms like SuperRare limit the art and artists on offer, resulting in a more curated marketplace.

Bored Ape Yacht Club has captured the intrigue of the worldwide media. For example, an extended piece was written about them in the prestigious New Yorker magazine and their Apes featured on the front cover of the Rolling Stone magazine, as part of an interview/collaboration. Indeed, Rolling Stone lauded the famous NFT brand in the article.

Gus Wenner, President and COO of Rolling Stone said: “We are thrilled to collaborate with Bored Ape Yacht Club.
The cultural groundswell associated with these artists is in line with movements Rolling Stone has covered for decades.”

“The Bored Apes’ shared love of music and counter-culture made them fantastic collaborators to bring this unique project to life with.”

Recently, Buzzfeed did some digging and reported that the real names of the two co-founders are Greg Solano (Gordon Goner) and Wylie Aronow (Gargamel).

You can read it on Twitter. Or on my blog. Or an edited version on Medium. And yes, even if I make an NFT of the thread, you could continue to see it for free in all those places.

I’ve written lots of Twitter threads at this point, but I believe that one has had the most impact.

Q. Would the raffle be for the whole thread or just one tweet?

A.
I’ve been thinking about this one, and I keep going back and forth. There are 64 tweets in the thread, so in theory, they could be raffled off individually, which would mean more people would get a chance to feel involved.

But, making an NFT isn’t free, and making 64 NFTs could be too expensive. And I think I prefer the whole thread staying together — it has more impact that way.

Q. What will you do with the raffle proceeds?

A.

The people who invested in the early days of cryptocurrency have all become billionaires and Goner said: “Now they’re just fucking bored. What do you do now that you’re wealthy beyond your wildest dreams? You’re going to hang out in a swamp club with a bunch of apes and get weird.”

When did the Apes become famous?

The Bored Ape NFT collection arrived on the scene in April 2021 at the price of 0.08 ETH (around $200 at the time) and following a series of high-profile endorsements, the snowball effect took over. Like dominos, they fell and the initial sale sold out in a matter of days, earning the team $2 million in revenue.

Suddenly, the NFT market was rife with Bored Apes.

Then, the Bored Ape NFTs became status symbols among the rich and famous.

This is exactly why part of all NFT sales will go straight to We Won’t Forget, a wildlife-dedicated charity.

With this goal in mind, the Exotic Gents have big plans ahead, including merch, ETH rewards, and other perks for NFT holders.

However, before all that happens, the Exotic Gentleman Society must first sell out. Then, The Country Club will open its doors for all community members to a virtual world of games, events, and giveaways.

Curious what The Country Club is? Keep reading.

The Country Club: what we know so far

According to the Exotic Gentlemen Society, The Country Club is ‘an exclusive area for holders only, with its own currency and a variety of games and events, including poker and much more.’

So far, the team didn’t reveal much about the soon-to-be-launched club.

Bored Ape Yacht Club has captured the intrigue of the worldwide media. For example, an extended piece was written about them in the prestigious New Yorker magazine and their Apes featured on the front cover of the Rolling Stone magazine, as part of an interview/collaboration. Indeed, Rolling Stone lauded the famous NFT brand in the article.

Gus Wenner, President and COO of Rolling Stone said: “We are thrilled to collaborate with Bored Ape Yacht Club.

The cultural groundswell associated with these artists is in line with movements Rolling Stone has covered for decades.”

“The Bored Apes’ shared love of music and counter-culture made them fantastic collaborators to bring this unique project to life with.”

Recently, Buzzfeed did some digging and reported that the real names of the two co-founders are Greg Solano (Gordon Goner) and Wylie Aronow (Gargamel).

Many (if not most) crypto-currency users have the same concerns about energy use as you or I have. And they are actively shifting the mining process to updated options that only take up the same amount of energy as any other typical internet activity. It’s forecasted that Ethereum will be fully energy-friendly in about a year. The exception to this progress is Bitcoin. Bitcoin is going to continue mining using old methods that are huge energy sucks.

To me, approaching this as a problem to solve makes the most sense. The crypto-currency world grows every day and I don’t believe it’s going away. Do you personally have to get involved with crypto-currencies or NFTs? No. You definitely don’t. But saying, “I don’t want to get involved because of the environmental impact” doesn’t actually help solve the energy issues; the crypto world will continue growing without you.

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