On Monday (September 20), crypto analyst and influencer Ben Armstrong talked about Cardano’s rapidly growing non-fungible token (NFT) sector.
In a tweet he sent out earlier today, Armstrong, who is the host of the very popular “BitBoy Crypto” YouTube channel, said that Cardano NFTs “seem to have a bright future” despite ” being “so young to the NFT space.” He then proceeded to mention several Cardano-powered NFT projects.
Zombits is “an NFT project of 10,000 unique crypto collectibles on the Cardano blockchain.” Each Zombit comes with “a unique set of traits,” and each trait has “a specific rarity,” which makes “some Zombits rarer than others.” Zombits was launched on August 29.
Here are the things that the Zombits team plans to do over the next few months:
SpaceBudz is another NFT project that uses the Cardano blockchain. There are 10,000 SpaceBudz in existence and “each astronaut is unique and only owned by you.”
Here are a few exmaples:
Clay Nation is another Cardano-powered NFT collection of 10 characters; each of these is “composed from +/- 100 handcrafted clay traits in 8 different categories.” Each NFT character “will also double as entry to Clay Nation – an exclusive members zone with a festival atmosphere.” The Clay Nation collection sold out on September 9 (each character cost 40 ADA to buy/mint on that date).
This is Armstrong’s favorite NFT collection for Cardano.
Here is an example of a Clay Nation character currently available for sale on CNFT.IO, which in July became the first marketplace for NFTs on Cardano:
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Featured Image is a screenshot from the “Clay Nation” website.