The Meebits NFT collection, which was started by Larva Labs and is now owned by Yuga Labs, is collaborating with BTSE. In essence, BTSE is a trading platform that focuses on simplicity and security.
What we Know About the BTSE and Meebits Collab so far
Currently, we don’t know much about the Meebits and BTSE collab. The only tease we’ve seen is a promotional post that was shared around Twitter. Based on the small print, it says that this collaboration will be a promotional event independently sponsored by BTSE. Even at that stage, it’s still not a lot to go on, so for now, most remains just speculation.
Some are excited about this collaboration, with others opposing these thoughts, saying “what will this do?” in a negative way.
The only thing that users have been told to do is to register for a BTSE account and follow Meebits. What may be happening is that a MeeBits NFT will be given away for example, but we may see more than just that.
We have seen promotional tweets from BTSE, including a 1-week countdown. But nothing yet from Meebits officially.
BTSE is a crypto-exchange platform that focuses on simplicity and security. Their aim is to integrate digital assets with the existing financial world infrastructure, leveraging cryptocurrencies’ decentralization to increase convenience and accessibility.
Meebits is a 3D voxel NFT collection which was originally started by Larva Labs. Lately, alongside Cryptopunks, Meebits were purchased by Yuga Labs, who were the creators of Bored Ape Yacht Club.
Currently, on OpenSea, the 20,000-piece Meebits NFT collection has a floor price of 6.29 ETH, and has seen a trading volume of 105,000 ETH since its launch in May 2021.
It is often seen as the second-best NFT originally by Larva Labs, as Cryptopunks, one of the industry leaders, is of course looked at as the best.
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