9GAG moves memes to the meta as the community-generated comedy platform releases a teaser for their upcoming NFT collection “Memeland.” Founded in 2008, the platform’s global audience of over 200 million comes packed with Web3 enthusiasts. However, meme lover or not, 9GAG offers its supporters perks that are sure to inspire buyers to opt in.
What is 9GAG’s NFT MemeLand?
Those developed in the realm of meme comedy can look no further than 9GAG’s luxurious honeypot of absurdly offensive content from each and every issue we humans face today. As what some would call “an acquired taste” memes have stirred up every emotion a person can muster. Now, fourteen years after its creation, 9GAG intends to move its community to the blockchain in a collection of 9,999 salty sea captains.
Along with their savvy pirate crews, each holder can explore the “Broken Sea” in their quest for riches and glory as they tackle the monsters that lurk beneath. Additionally, holders can benefit from exclusive access to an NFT marketplace, private clubs, and even real-life events. Not to mention early access to 9GAG projects and exclusive drops.
How the 9GAG NFT Mint was Distributed
As projects constantly evolve, details and numbers can change all the way up to the official mint time. As of now, these are the allocation numbers of the 9GAG NFT collection.
- 6,900 for allowlist winners from 9GAG and their partners
- 3,000 for allowlist raffle winners
- 99 for future collaborations and marketing purposes
The founders state that no roadmap will be present at this time, as “there is not a road at sea”. While 9GAG attempts to “over-deliver and under-promise,” some holders might find this approach unsettling, given particular cash and grab techniques.
While new to the NFT game, 9GAG is no small fish and plans to further their Web3 developments through this collection. For this reason, 9GAG will receive 6.9% of secondary sales to go towards funding operations and hiring new members to better the value for the community.
To learn more about the 9GAG NFT Project, check out the Memeland website.