Fuzzballs NFTs Are About To Drop Tomorrow On Tezos-Based NFT Platform Kalamint
Fuzzballs is currently a retail brand with a focus on merchandise and its popular animated comics. Now Fuzzballs will step into the NFT industry and it will do so on Tezos-based NFT platform Kalamint, bringing a popular retail product to the digital space.
They will drop tomorrow at 4pm BST/11am EST.
Fuzzballs started out as a Tumblr webcomic in 2013. Gaining popularity, the Fuzzballs brand expanded and a merchandise line was launched in 2015.
Now they launch their NFT line on the Tezos-based NFT platform Kalamint. This allows both NFT collectors and the community of Fuzzballs fans to get their own Fuzzball NFT.
Fuzzballs On Kalamint
Fuzzballs is currently a retail brand with a focus on merchandise and it’s popular animated comics. Now Fuzzballs will step into the NFT industry and it will do so on Tezos-based NFT platform Kalamint, bringing a popular retail product to the digital space..
Several series of the Fuzzball NFT brand are in development such as Halloween themes, individual character animations and even a collectible card line.
The first collection will have a Tezos theme, as they will be visiting Athens,Babylon, Carthage,Delphi, Edo, Florence & Granada as a reference to the names of the seven upgrades the Tezos protocol has had in the past three years.
Price ranges are expected to be affordable although there are also plans for limited editions.
There might also be a line of Fuzzballs NFT’s that have more functionality than a collectors item:
We are already talking with our manufacturers of our physical products and they can’t wait to jump on board either with NFTs unlocking exclusive products or gaining NFTs via product purchases.
Fuzzballs will go live on Kalamint tomorrow at 11:00 am EST. Kalamint is an NFT platform that is built on Tezos and only allows verified artists to mint and sell NFT’s on their platform.
This way you have a stronger guarantee that whatever you collect on Kalamint, is a legit NFT and not a copymint of an original artist.
Built on Tezos, Kalamint also ensures that minting and collecting NFT’s is done with a minimal impact on the environment. Minting an NFT on the Tezos blockchain, costs about as much energy as sending a tweet on Twitter.
You can read more about this in this article by TQ Tezos.
Minting and collecting on Tezos also means that transaction costs are low. This means that collecting and minting NFT’s is fun and you only have to keep track of the prices of the NFT’s you buy, and not of the current transaction costs of the blockchain. This is a huge improvement compared to the NFT market on Ethereum.
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