The NFT space is a fascinating one for many different reasons. While most projects focus on high price floors, Ether Cards has rewarded users through an airdrop. With the help of this $Dust token, holders can exchange them for CryptoPunks NFTs valued at $10.6 million.
Ether Cards Airdrop
It was a matter of time until NFT marketplaces and platforms began issuing their native tokens. For leading dynamic NFT platform Ether Cards, that process works a bit differently. Although it has brought the $DUST token to existence, their approach is unlike what one may expect. As a result, the token has been airdropped – and will continue to be airdropped – for the foreseeable future.
The primary purpose of the $Dust token is to let holders acquire CryptoPunks NFTs. Although it will take a substantial amount of $Dust to achieve the necessary exchanges threshold, the Ether Cards team has made 27 of them available to token holders. The combined value of these CryptoPunks NFTs is $10.6 million, making $Dust a rather interesting all of a sudden.
Through this airdrop, Ether Cards highlights its position in the non-fungible token industry. More specifically, the Dynamic NFT space is one of the crucial frontiers to keep tabs on. Ether Cards will also launch its self-serve platform for artists, brands, athletes, and public figures to create, launch, and manage dynamic NFTs. As a result, communities can not only be grown but also monetized thanks to non-fungible token technology.
Moreover, holders can use $Dust across the entire Ether Card ecosystem, covering 10,000 unique non-fungible tokens. With $Dust, holders can reserve NFTs issued on Ether Cards ahead of other buyers. Furthermore, the CryptoPuunks distribution is only the first step. Ether Cards will distribute Meebits, Mike Tyson NFTs, Alpha Cards, and Founder Cards over the coming weeks and months.
The Evolution Of Non-Fungible Tokens
The first generations of NFTs primarily focused on digital artwork and collectibility. Ether Cards takes the industry one step further by bringing real-world utility to the digital space. Giving creators the ability to connect with their communities in engaging methods and unlocking new monetization options is a powerful concept. Ether Cards has brought dynamic NFTs for Steve Aoki, Mike Tyson, and LaMelo Ball to life. In addition, all NFTs under the Ether Cards Collection banner provide exclusive benefits to the broader ecosystem.
Ether Cards Founder and CEO Andras Kristof comments:
“The Dust token drop and CryptoPunks giveaway are a way for us to give back to our Ether Cards community so that they can enjoy even more benefits as dedicated users of the platform. We’re excited to continue to bring these exclusive opportunities to our own cardholders as well as the wider Ether Card community.“
It is worth noting the Ether Cards Collection has a very high secondary market sales volume. The collection is found on OpenSea and notes a volume of over $9.4 million. Moreover, the Ether Cards Founder set has a price floor of 0.45 ETH, and notes over 1,600 unique holders.
As more NFT service providers seek ways to reward their users and long-term supporters, new ideas will come to the forefront. A good approach is to use a token airdrop to let users acquire high-value NFTs and provide broader ecosystem benefits. For example, Ether Cards focuses on NFT gamification and monetization, two concepts that can take this technology to the mainstream.
Moreover, the option to bring celebrities, athletes, and other real-world personalities to the NFT space creates an appealing selection of digital assets. People can identify with someone like Steve Aoki or Mike Tyson, creating a “bridge” to cross the gap between the real world and digital asset space.
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