The digital collectible space is heating up, especially as digital (fake) celebrities like Lil Miquela start to infiltrate your Instagram feed and larger companies like Snapchat, Apple, and Facebook begin to fight to control your access into virtual realities and your accompanying digital identity.
NIFTYgallery just launched today to help anybody organize their digital cryptocollectibles. Share your collections on #socialmedia with your followers or on Discord with all of your buddies.
They're not the only ones. Y Combinator-backed OpenSea is a full-fledged buying, selling, and trading platform for blockchain-based collectibles. They've raised $2M+ to let you trade CryptoKitties, CryptoCelebrities, CryptoPunks, CryptoTulips, CryptoFighters, CryptoDoggies, and many more. 😻🤳😠🌷👊🐶
There’s even a tool to make it easy for you to create your own cryptocollectible.
If all of this is confusing,, here's a beautiful visual demonstration of the technology behind Bitcoin, Ethereum, and more. ⛓️📦
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Ecuador is beautiful. Drones are fun. Please take us with you. 😉
Boring legal disclosure: the sweepstakes is only open to our community based in the US. We're working on opening these up in the future to everyone!
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