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Crypto Plants NFT FARM GAME Mint Event 1 Matic
📣Only 10.000 NFT Plants will be sold! The price is only 1 matic🔥🔥🔥 Plants Players start with Plants bought directly from Marketplace (NFTs), which need your doting care every day before it has the chance to Sun Energy(SE), which is an in-game currency that could be directly exchanged for CRP tokens, and Seeds that could be grown into more NFTs. The game revolves around seeds and plants, which you can buy on the Market using the native CRP token. The game mode is very similar to the well-known game, except that only the farm mode will be available. Plants have a production of SE every certain time, the SE token can be used to exchange it for CRP. For every 100 SE you have, you can buy 1 CRP, which is the token that funds the entire game. So it could be said that with the production of SE in the game, you are indirectly producing CRP, so it is one of the ways to make money with Cryptoplants.
For this drop The Vogu is teaming up with some of Miami's hottest young talents! Jared Rok from the famous and respected Rok real estate dynasty has his Rok MIA threads on some of the NBA’s hottest talents. From NBA game days to NFL pro bowls you are bound to spot someone wearing a Rok drip. Speaking of athletes and celebrities, Mya Diodati’s hand painted jackets are made to order and have made their way courtside with some popular NBA stars. Last but not least we have one of the most positive human beings in Vic Garcia. A staple in the Miami scene, Vic's positivity shines through in all of his paintings. With celebrities, athletes and socialites all sporting his art on their walls. Schools, businesses and events around Miami have all reached out to Vic for his amazing murals. Since we are dropping on Niftygateway we will need the Email associated with your Niftygateway account. ONLY winners with valid Niftygateway emails will be reserved an allow list spot.
James Bond 007 — Triumph Motorcycle

The Triumph Scrambler 1200 from No Time To Die drops Sun, 20 Feb at 12 PM PT, only on the VeVe app for iOS and Android!

No Time To Die

No Time To Die is the 25th James Bond film in the official series. The film, from Albert R. Broccoli’s EON Productions, Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios (MGM), and Universal Pictures International is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and stars Daniel Craig, who returns for his fifth film as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007. No Time To Die was released globally from September 30 2021 in the U.K. through Universal Pictures International and in the U.S on October 8, from MGM via their United Artists Releasing banner.

In No Time To Die, Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica. His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help. The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.

Triumph Motorcycles

The Triumph Scrambler 1200 features in key stunt scenes in the 25th James Bond film No Time To Die. A major collaborative partnership between Triumph Motorcycles and EON Productions was announced in December 2019. This has brought together two great British icons — 007 and Triumph Motorcycles — for the very first time.

Triumph has a long illustrious history in designing, developing, advancing and manufacturing premium motorcycles with exceptional levels of performance, capability and handling. The James Bond stunt team required high performance bikes for some key action sequences and Triumph were the perfect fit.

For months, the Triumph design workshop team collaborated behind closed doors with the stunt team from the film to configure several feature motorcycles for the movie, including special preparations of the Scrambler 1200 to handle what the extreme and dynamic action sequences — and the film’s world-class stunt riders — demanded.

Available globally.

No Time To Die — Triumph Motorcycle

When Bond suddenly finds himself under attack by SPECTRE agents in Italy, he knocks out the lead henchman and takes his motorcycle, a Triumph Scrambler 1200. This incredible 1:1 scale animated digital collectible with added sound is a must have in any collection!

Drop Date: 20 February 2022, 12 PM PT
List Price: 87.00
Editions: 9,007
Rarity: Rare
Edition Type: First Edition
License: James Bond
Brand: No Time To Die
Series: Triumph Motorcycle
Available: Globally

Immutable X

The Black-bit series consists of unique pixel art illustrations of black individuals experiencing different emotions and states in life. Each square on its own can't give you the full picture but placed together, it all makes sense.

Lost Sanctuary
Lost Sanctuary
Palm Network

In the Lost Sanctuary, we come upon an asteroid or floating island lost in the metaverse. Within it, a humpback whale is living inside a giant metal and concrete structure that functions as both a home and a cage. Beds of natural grass cover the structure, nourished by the water blown by the whale, creating a small ecosystem. A visual game is generated between the open and enclosed spaces, the inside and the outside, the free and the cloistered.

Lost Sanctuary hides an environmental message and provokes a conversation around the survival of species that inhabited the planet long before us and their subsistence in a metaverse that will probably supplant our physical existence as well.

This is a genesis NFT project by Humberto Díaz, with the collaboration of the 3D artist Victor López and the composer René Rodriguez. All elements were created in 3DMax and have an original sound composition specially made for it.

Sarah Zucker's
Sarah Zucker's
sarah zucker (@thesarahshow) releases promethea, a collection of her signature videopaintings on nifty gateway on wednesday january 19th at 6:30pm et. promethea is a retelling of the prometheus myth through humor, mischief and slippery reference. the collection will consist of: one open edition title card, available for five minutes from 7pm -7:05pm et. three ranked auctions on a triptych of videopaintings. the auctions begin at 6:30pm et and will run for one hour. sarah zucker is an og crypto artist who has minting her work as nft editions since april 2019. her work was included in "natively digital," the first curated nft sale at sotheby's, and "cryptogs: the pioneers of crypto art" at bonhams. she recently showed work as part of the gateway at art basel miami 2021, presented by nftnow x christie's. she is also a jeopardy! champion.
Bear Allies
Bear Allies
Bear Allies is 2222 hand-drawn, unique and super cute Bear #NFTs empowering Diversity, Equity and Inclusion on the #Solana blockchain. Pre-Sale: 0.33 SOL on January 15th, 2022 8PM UTC Main-Sale: 0.5 SOL on January 20th, 2022 8PM UTC
Hey! i think you should hear this..Extremely limited opportunity.. A super rare new nft project…uniquely generated SNOUTDOGS and an active server
We're Not the Same Open
Noah Kocher is 25 year old multi media artist heavily influenced by vintage imagery far before his time. The NG team is thrilled to welcome Noah Kocher to the platform! His debut verified release features 3 surreal and distorted artwork in Noah's classic style. The release format features a variety of drop types - there is something for everyone!
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Cool Aliens is a cool degenerative collection on Ethereum Mainnet. The collection consists of 10,000 randomly generated ALIENS that are created from random hats, glasses, shirts, ... Cool Aliens is a community of crypto enthusiasts who wanna make NFT much cooler, we are not about money, we are about fun. We wanna help a lot of people to make their own dope collectibles like this, and this will be possible with help of Governance. Money earnd from royalty fees will be used to buy floor priced CoolAliens and by that rise the price!
ForeverPets – First of its kind
ForeverPets – First of its kind
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ForeverPets, bring your pet to life on the blockchain! Mint your pet and get a hand-drawn NFT catered to YOU! This NFT project is the first of its kind. Including breeding functionality and a built-in DAO.
Serge debuts
Serge debuts
Hi, I am 24-year-old digital artist from Poland. My style focuses on gradients and vibrant colors and hues. I started as a poster designer and for the past 3 years, I was doing series of everyday posters. After I did over 1000 of them, I decided to move on and explore more with color and composition. Currently I am working on my own series called Stellar Views - minimalistic interiors and the views from their windows. I am also learning 3D design to create even more realistic landscapes but with a bit of a digital gradient mix.
BLOB CARDS is a collection of unique characters created by Efdot. The series came about as an evolution of previous collaborations in the trading card world. Efdot leaves a trail of breadcrumbs through his previous collections tying them visually and conceptually to one another. Each Blob Card NFT is a spin-off of a physical baseball card released in 2021; a sequel to his 2020 companion project. Blob Card NFT holders will have the opportunity to claim a physical piece for their NFT in February/March 2022. About Efdot: Efdot is a colorblind artist based in Brooklyn. His art practice explores meditative drawing & painting with a vibrant twist. His signature character, the Blob, has been permeating his work since 2016 and is slowly growing into its own universe.
Futuristic tech-digital artist Fvckrender is a self-taught creative working out of Vancouver. With a defining affinity for sharp architectural geometry, beaming future landscapes and brilliant crystalline arrangements, his renders pay a dark homage to what may eventually reflect our very existence. His clients include Supreme, Softest Hard, Columbia Records, Lil Nas X, Epic Records, Harpers Bazaar China, TOKiMONSTA, New Retrowave Records, High Snobiety, Puma, Spotify, Instagram, Wieden + Kennedy, Rosalía, Northlane, Damian Lazarus, Le Cirque du Soleil, Lebron James, Primitive Skateboard, OVO, 88 Rising, Dior, Hypebeast and many more. Baeige Baeige is a self-taught digital artist based in Vancouver. Her art reflects her appreciation for architecture, surrealist landscapes and interior design. She creates with the idea of escaping the stressful reality in which we live in, even just for a moment. Entry Requirements: Collectors must own at least (3) Lavish NFTs AND (1) FVCK_CRSYTAL// to participate
Clayton McCracken & Cody Samso
The Inward Outing series visualizes different dimensions of human-like consciousness created with Machine Learning and digital neural networks. Riffing on the traditional style of Renaissance oil paintings, the collection highlights the remarkable ability of artificial intelligence to flawlessly mimic and enhance human imprint, style, and error. With the exponential rollout of digital neural networks and artificial intelligence, the distinction between machine and mankind increasingly blurs, opening the gates open to a world of cross-collaborative possibilities.

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What are NFT Royalties? Here's What You Need to Know

What are NFT Royalties? Here's What You Need to Know

Non-fungible token (NFT) royalties are an important part of the blockchain ecosystem. Many people don’t know what NFTs are or how they work, but that doesn’t change the fact that these tokens are a major force in the industry. In this article, we’ll look at NFTs, non-fungible token royalty systems, and why you should care about them.

How do NFT royalties work?

NFTs are digital assets that are unique and owned by individuals. The tokens can be used as trading cards, digital art, digital collectibles, and more. NFTs can be traded and exchanged on the blockchain, and they can have unique attributes attached to them. These attributes typically relate to ownership. For example, an artist can create a digital painting and then use a royalty to tie the ownership of the painting to a blockchain token. If someone then buys the digital painting, they also gain the right to own the token. This is how NFT royalties work because the token acts as proof of ownership for that specific painting. You can think of it as owning a share of the painting.

Why are NFT royalties important?

NFT royalties are important because they add value to blockchain ecosystems. Artists and creators can use them to tie their work to blockchain tokens. These tokens can then be traded and used in the marketplace. Not only does this add value to the blockchain ecosystem, but it also helps artists and creators get paid for their work. People can buy tokens that represent their ownership in works of art. This means that artists can get paid when their work is sold. It also means that people get to enjoy art and other digital goods while also receiving tokenized proof of ownership.

How will NFT royalty systems operate in the future?

Because NFTs are digital assets, they can be programmed with certain functions. This means that they can have unique attributes and functions that the owner can use and control. For example, artists can program their digital art tokens to self-destruct once they are sold. This would prevent the token from being sold more than once. Other royalty systems could be programmed to allow for partial ownership. This would be great for allowing investors to participate in an artist’s work without having full ownership of the art itself. There are many ways that NFT royalty systems could operate in the future. They could work to improve the efficiency of the art industry, and they could also be used to protect artists’ rights.

Why You Should Care About NFT Royalties

As we’ve seen, NFT royalties are an important part of the blockchain ecosystem. They can help artists and creators get paid for their work, and they can also be used to protect their rights. If you like art and want to support artists, then you should care about NFT royalties. It’s not just artists that can benefit from these types of tokens, though. Collectors can also enjoy owning unique tokens that represent their ownership to pieces of digital art. That’s why everyone should care about NFT royalties. If you like art at all, then you’ll like these tokens.

Final Words: What is the future of NFT Royalties?

The future of NFT royalties is looking bright. This is because the tokens can be used for more than just art. Artists can create digital goods like paintings, music, books, and other creative works and tie them to blockchain tokens. This will allow them to get paid for their work and to protect their rights. NFTs can also be used for more than just ownership. They can also be used for voting and for governance. These are just a few examples of what NFTs can do in the future. There are many other uses for these tokens, and we can’t wait to see what happens next.

Oct 19, 2022
By NFT-List
Top Tier Athletes And Their Involvement In NFT World

Top Tier Athletes And Their Involvement In NFT World

Many parents support the idea of their offspring becoming athletes and sports stars. When asking a child about their career aspirations, becoming a sports star would top the list. Though reaching the pinnacle is difficult, it is one of the best careers in the world. The attraction to sports is the players' financial gain and adulation. Anyone who reaches the top of any sport will become financially free. Furthermore, players from the most popular sports are celebrities on par with actors and famous businesspeople.

The vast sums involved in sports are due to the massive interest and demand from the general public. People love sports and are willing to pay enormous money to watch sporting events. Due to the fascination, businesses not involved with sports pay massive advertising fees to become associated with the sport. There are many sports, from golf, martial arts, cycling, and racket sports to track and field events. It is an endless list.

However, some sports have better earning potential than others. Sports such as soccer, football, basketball, golf, and tennis are some lucrative sporting activities. Anyone who reaches the pinnacle in these activities will easily earn millions of dollars. There are few sports stars whose fortunes run into billions. Earnings are not limited to the salary received from the clubs. Top sports stars can accumulate wealth through endorsements, sponsorship deals, and payments from their clubs. The massive earnings are due to the player's skill set combined with their popularity. A famous, well-loved star will command the highest salaries.

Investment Options For Sport Stars

Like all wealthy people, sports stars invest their income; they use their finance to buy more wealth. It makes zero sense for money to sit idle in bank accounts. Investments take all kinds of forms. From starting their own business, investing in other companies to involvement in financial markets are some of the popular forms of investments. Cryptocurrencies and their associated technologies have become mainstream in the last few years. The portfolio of many wealthy people, including sports stars, usually has some investment in this arena.

Investing In NFTs

Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs) are one way to invest in cryptocurrency technologies. This field has attracted many sports stars. Some famous sports stars who hold NFTs include Stephen Curry, Serena Williams, Shaquille O'Neal, and Neymar Jr. These are just a few of the hundreds of sports stars who have become involved with NFTs.

NFTs, with their cartoon art representation, appear fun and appeal to the younger generation. Given that the sports star demographic is of the lower age bracket, it makes perfect sense for these people to invest in NFTs. Owning NFTs can help market sports stars and their brands. Becoming associated with a popular NFT collection will increase the media coverage received. For example, if an athlete buys a blue-chip NFT such as the Board Ape Yacht Club, the news will be seen on all major outlets and social media channels. This is a win-win situation for both the project and the athlete.

The more an athlete is featured in the popular media, the more it enhances their prominence. It allows them to demand more outstanding salaries and endorsements. The involvement of top-tier athletes will help drive up the price of the NFT, a good situation for the NFT project. Additionally, NFTs are an investment opportunity. Though buying NFTs is highly speculative, there is an excellent chance that blue-chip projects will see a price rise. Top-tier NFT projects such as BAYC and Azuki continue to see a price increase.

NFTs can help well-known athletes connect with their fans. The trend is for athletes to buy NFTs from significant projects to date. There will be a more significant number of athletes who will release their own NFT collections. It offers the athlete a way to bond with fans in new and innovative ways.

Holders gain the opportunity to meet the star or receive merchandise. This helps to solidify the relationship; it will lead the fans to become even more interested in the athlete's brand and helps to foster a community of fans in ways never seen before. There is also a financial benefit for the fans. Owning the NFTs of a sports star, the fan can sell these assets. Previously the relationship has been a one-way street; the athlete benefited from fans without much reciprocity.

If the perceived value of the star is on the rise, the price of the NFT will increase. It offers the opportunity for the holder to sell their NFTs for a profit.  NFTs open up all manner of possibilities in the world of sports. Sporting clubs can sell NFTs, which will offer their fans the opportunity to gain merchandise, special ticket allocation, or vote on club governance. NFTs are relatively novel, but there is no doubt that this is a field that opens up opportunities never seen before in the world of sports.


Apr 9, 2022
The Importance Of The Founder In NFT Projects

The Importance Of The Founder In NFT Projects

People who've followed NFTs for some time are aware of these essential considerations when buying NFTs.  Many new members of the NFT community overlook this critical aspect.

Many newbies buy NFTs without much consideration. The usual pattern is for people to hear about NFTs, find the NFT community on Social Media platforms such as Twitter, and become part of the Discord servers of various projects.

A busy server and quality artwork ensure the newbie becomes involved in the community. It leads to the person minting the NFT on launch.

Following the mint, it's common to see the price of the NFT fall in value. After a few months, the founders neglect the project, and the holders find themselves with an NFT with little value.

Since this neglect has been the standard pattern seen throughout 2021, most NFTs on the secondary market are worth less than the price paid on launch.

There have been numerous cash grabs. The founders make six figures from the NFT project, but the investors have a losing asset.

The success stories in the NFT space have received praise. For example, the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) is admired throughout the NFT community, and any NFT stories in the mainstream media feature the BAYC regularly.

For every successful project, there are far more failures.

Mistakes Made By More Experienced NFT Buyers.

After spending time in the NFT community, people become aware of the requirements of a good project. They commonly look for the following characteristics:

Doxxed Team. The team mustn't be anonymous. Anonymous groups are more prone to carry out rug pulls (where the founders close the project after launch). Investors have no idea of the identity of the founders. As a result, the groups can quickly abandon the project and scam the investors.

Great Community. There must be a sizable community behind the NFT project. People look at Social Media and Discord profiles to gauge the size of the community. Without a community, there is no one to buy the NFTs.

Good Artwork. Essential to ensure the artwork is high quality and in line with the current trends. For example, there is a great deal of admiration for the artwork by Doodles and Invisible Friends NFT projects.

Utilities. Projects need more than artwork to become a success. The only exception is if the NFTs are from an established artist such as Beeple, Banksy, or another artist with a big following in the traditional art world.

Projects without a well-established artist need to provide utilities in the form of Play To Earn games, events, staking possibilities, and more.

People seeking these factors in projects are better positioned than newbies. But many projects satisfying these conditions still fail to succeed, especially in this current climate where the NFT space is experiencing a bear market.

The Importance Of The Founder

The most critical factor in a project is the founder. Many investors entertain projects because the founder is well known. They could be a celebrity or an industry leader.

Unfortunately, many of these projects flounder in the long term. Shortly after mint, there is a pump in price. But a few months after the launch, the value has become less than the mint price.

The founders are not highly active in the project; they make no effort to immerse themselves in the community.

It leads people to conclude (probably correctly) the founders are not interested in the project. The community loses faith, sells their NFTs, and projects end up in the backwaters of the secondary market.

A successful project is one where the founder engages with the community. They should be active before and after the launch. Making themselves involved in the conversations on Discord and Ask Me Anything (AMA) or Twitter Space shows a genuine interest in the project.

An example of a successful project is VeeFriends by Gary Vee. The founder is always available. He is constantly talking about his projects on Social Media and does not go missing in action.


Wrapping Up

The most important consideration for any NFT collection is the founder, motives, and project vision.

Unfortunately, the NFT world has seen many cash grabs. The devs and the founders fail to take much interest following the launch.

The reality is that unless the NFT collection is by a genuine, highly established artist, the project starts after the launch.

The easy part is the stage up to the launch; it's the segment where the founders are raising capital to realize a vision. Making their promises become a reality involves hard work.

To date, in the NFT space, many founders are fond of the idea of raising capital. But dislike the effort to complete the project and make the utilities and the roadmap a reality.

Many experienced investors in the NFT community understand the situation and no longer mint NFTs easily. This is a contrasting situation to 2021, where people readily bought NFTs.

Perhaps this explains the current bear trend in the NFT world; sales volumes are significantly lower than the record-breaking numbers a few months ago.

For the investor, the best approach is to take a great deal of interest in the founder. Presenting evidence of interest by the founder ensures confidence in the community.

The involvement of a famous name does not guarantee long-term success.


Mar 31, 2022
Common NFT Scams: Identified

Common NFT Scams: Identified

Scams exist in many areas of life, defined as fraudulently obtaining money or goods from unsuspecting victims. 

The Internet is hugely beneficial for society and helps improve many people's lives. But it has led to criminals using it to defraud people—from phishing and fake shopping websites to dating scams. 

Cryptocurrencies use the Internet and are not exempt from scams. The anonymous nature of cryptocurrencies has made things easier for fraudsters. 

NFTs are an extension of cryptocurrencies and are an arena with frauds targeting newbies and the uninformed. Since this is a relatively new technology, most people have likely been victims of one form of scam or another.

What are some of the common NFT scams?

Rug Pulls

After a project launch, the founders exit the project with investors' funds. The founders close the assets associated with the project, such as the Discord server and Twitter account, and leave the scene. With the founders no longer involved and little trace of the project, the price of the NFTs decreases until it becomes worthless. The investors possess nothing more than NFT JPG images on the blockchain. 

The NFT space has been rife with these scams throughout 2021. As people become aware, these deceptions are becoming less common.

Anonymous founders carry out rug pulls; people have no idea of the real identity. Given the anonymity and lack of traceability with crypto wallets, it's a straightforward scam to perpetuate.

Cash Grabs 

This is rife in the NFT space. The founders of the project promise various developments for the project. 

After the launch, they fail to implement these promises. Over time, the value of the NFTs decreases, and the investors are left holding the bag. 

Nearly every NFT investor has been a victim of such activities. Such schemes are also known as a slow rug; the founders leave the project slowly. 

These schemes are difficult to classify as a fraud; the founders are in a position to kick their promises into the long grass. And many often come up with all manner of excuses why developments fail to progress. 

Pump And Dump 

This is where an individual or a group of people team up to buy large quantities of the cheapest NFTs in the collection (buying the floor price). 

They drive up the collection price, also known as "sweeping the floor" or "wash trading." After a significant price increase, the NFTs are sold for a profit, and the culprits exit the market. The value of the NFTs decreases, people are left with NFTs worth less than the price paid. 

The project founders are known to engage in such practices to drive up the price of their collection.

Project Impersonation

Fraudsters try to mimic real projects by creating websites and social media profiles with a similar appearance to the actual project. 

They aim to lure unsuspecting victims to a website and mint fake NFTs. The victim connects their wallet to mint an NFT, which turns out to be an empty file. 

Victims are targeted through direct messages or posting links in the comment section of Social Media platforms.

The problem has become rampant: fraudsters routinely hijack the real Discord server of a project, disabling the power of admins and moderators and placing links to direct members to a fake minting website. 

Customer Support Scams

This is a problem commonly seen on Discord and Telegram. Scammers contact through direct messages offering to help people mint NFTs or provide bonus airdrops.

As a customer service representative, the scammer tries to obtain wallet details such as passwords and the seed phrase. Using the information, fraudsters drain the funds from the wallet.

The problem is that NFT projects warn members not to engage in direct message conversations. Official members of staff have ceased contact with members directly through direct messages. 

Experienced people will not fall victim to such scams; newbies are the intended targets. 

Intellectual Property Theft And Fake Collections

There are projects known to take the artwork from talented artists and use it for their collection. Without agreements in place, this is a form of theft.

Projects using artwork from an artist without permission are a theme in the NFT community. 

On discovery, the reputation falls, and the value of the NFTs decline in price; it becomes a loss-making investment.

Some individuals take artwork from upcoming projects, load it to marketplaces such as Open Sea and aim to impersonate the actual project.

Buyers of these NFTs become victims of a scam.


Scams are common because the NFT market is new, with many new people entering the space. It allows fraudsters to exploit inexperience and vulnerabilities.

The best approach for a newbie is spending time in the NFT community, networking with others on platforms such as Discord, and becoming fully aware of the technology before major investment sprees.

Mar 24, 2022