Decentraland, Tezos, and Big Eyes Coin: The Trending NFT Tokens In The Crypto Market

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Big Eyes Coin (BIG) presale entered its 5th stage late last week and has already raised almost $7.34 million so far. The platform has launched its official NFT club, where crypto users will be able to monetise digital content and trade NFTs on the network. But why NFTs? The most straightforward reason: NFTs have become popular and its mascot – the cute-eyed cat – wants to raise charities for ocean preservation.

Let’s see how Decentraland MANA) and Tezos (XTZ) compare to Big Eyes Coin (BIG).

Decentraland (MANA)

The Metaverse is proving to be a goldmine for most token projects, as their developers make the most of it to create several features like games and elaborate NFT centres. Decentraland (MANA) is one such project, as it exists on the Metaverse to entertain its users and gives them an avenue to monetise their assets.

Decentraland users start by acquiring LAND, an Ethereum-based asset on which they add their personalised NFTs. Users are open to creating any form of digital content for display to others in the virtual world. For instance, businesses could open virtual shops for adverts, and art galleries could display their NFTs for sale. Companies like Samsung and La Liga have acquired virtual spaces where they advertise various merchandise and services.

MANA is the native token for Decentraland and is based on the Ethereum blockchain. It is used for trade and exchange on the platform and for other administrative purposes. CoinMarketCap sells MANA for $0.69.

Tezos (XTZ)

Tezos (XTZ) is a unique crypto platform that makes it easier for developers and users to create various DeFi tools and enjoy the benefits of dApps. Many blockchains have restrictions that prevent them from accommodating dApps on their networks.

Based on the token’s whitepaper, Tezos (XTZ) is a self-correcting cryptocurrency. That means it constantly upgrades its protocol without causing a hard fork. This functionality is unique to the platform and makes it convenient for developers and users to create DeFi software like NFTs, exchanges, and blockchain games. Once these programs are added, the system upgrades its protocol accordingly, making the addition permanent.

Tezos’ NFT club satisfies collectors and contributors as it charges fewer network fees for minting and collecting NFT assets on the network. The popular assets in the NFT club are inspired by music, art, comics, and Formula One, as it helps users with such interests efficiently collect their favourite NFTs.

At the time of writing, Tezos (XTZ) sells for $1.4 on CoinMarketCap.

Big Eyes Coin

Big Eyes Coin (BIG) developers have launched an NFT club in the third phase. The developers hope to grow the NFT club close to BAYC; a likely result if the community keeps growing at its current rate.

According to its whitepaper, the NFT club will be free for all users to trade on. Even users from other networks will be able to trade and exchange NFTs with those on the Big Eyes platform at zero cost.

Furthermore, Big Eyes Coin (BIG) is more than just a cute cat. It is conscious of its community and plans to keep them foremost in the token’s affairs. The developers emphasised this as they announced that 70% of the tokens would be available for the presale. This puts a large percentage of the token’s supply in the community’s hands, which makes them able to sway decisions in the future.

To Sum Up

Big Eyes Coin will soon close its stage five. Investors have shown a significant interest in the meme token for the value it creates and for its sustainability factor.

Click on the links below to become a part of the cute community!

Presale: https://buy.bigeyes.space/

Website: https://bigeyes.space/

Telegram: https://t.me/BIGEYESOFFICIAL


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