NFTs are Ultra Hot Again as Newly Launched NFT Collections Sell Out Within Days
World of Women (WoW) Galaxy, the second collection of non-fungible tokens launched by WoW, sold out within three days of its launch with $14 million in NFT sales. Video game retailer GameStop is betting big on the digital collectibles craze and the company says it is wooing game developers and publishers to list NFTs in its marketplace. The goal is to strike deals with cryptocurrency companies to develop the underlying technology and help invest in games using NFT and blockchain technology. GameStop’s crypto investments could reach tens of millions and involve deals struck with more than a dozen other companies. Good Gamer Entertainment Inc., Enthusiast Gaming Holdings Inc., PLBY Group, Tokens.com Corp., and WISeKey International Holding AG also are making deals in the NFT space.
Good Gamer Entertainment Inc., a real-money skill-gaming operator and blockchain game developer, just signed a licensing agreement with Sig Capital Inc. dba Fork Gaming for its on-chain, secure, verifiably fair Giveaway/Raffle Management solution.
Good Gamer Entertainment Giveaway/Raffle Management solution consists of Smart Contracts, a customer-facing website, and admin interface and leverages Chainlink VRF to request verifiable, secure, random numbers on chain, allowing Fork Gaming to run on-chain, secure, fair, verifiable raffles for the Chosen Ones Legendary Heroes NFT project contests.
“Fork Gaming’s main priority is to provide our communities with a trustworthy, transparent, and verifiable on-chain experience, making the technology Good Gamer is developing essential and Chainlink is an obvious solution to solve the problems NFT projects face when conducting contests,” said Fork Gaming CEO Diego “By licensing Good Gamer’s Giveaway/Raffle Management solution, which prioritizes fairness and transparency to determine winners, we can ensure all of the Chosen Ones contests and giveaways are auditable, tamper-proof and completely random.”
Last week, Good Gamer‘s publishing partner Sig Capital Inc. dba Fork Gaming announced the Chosen Ones NFT Mint Day and fifth legendary hero for the Chosen Ones Legendary Heroes NFT collection.
The first collection of 10,000 unique Chosen Ones Legendary Hero NFTs will be available to whitelisted users on April 1, at 3 pm PST, followed by a public sale on April 3, at 3 pm PST. The recently announced fifth Chosen Ones Hero is Kor from Apezi, a nine foot tall, enigmatic and ruthless creature wielding a mace capable of causing earthquakes. Kor will be featured in Fork Gaming’s first NFT collection along with the other four unique handcrafted NFT characters: Alara, Drakar, Aldair, and Rynn.
Fork Gaming has set the mint price to 0.15 ETH (approximately US$500). Whitelisted users will be able to mint up to three NFTs on April 1. People will be able to mint up to ten NFTs on April 3, when the NFTs will be available for sale to the public.
Leading up to Mint Day, Fork Gaming has been growing the Chosen Ones online community. Since the initial announcement on February 1st, the communities have grown in popularity, adding more than 29,000 Discord members and 70K Twitter followers on the Chosen Ones accounts.
“We are delighted to share the news about the Chosen Ones NFT mint day and the release of Kor, our fifth Chosen Ones Hero,” said Good Gamer CEO Charlo Barbosa. “I’m very proud of our team for working tirelessly to bring the Chosen Ones to life and we couldn’t be more excited to be nearing the finish line for the launch of the first NFT collection. The response has already been overwhelming and everyone is excited for mint day.”
Fork Gaming will use Good Gamer‘s solution to raffle off two of the most iconic NFTs on the market, a Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) NFT and a CryptoPunk. The price of each of the NFTs are US$367,000 and US$230,000 respectively.
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