Animoca Brands Launches Mintables NFT Feature

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Quidd, the digital collectables and NFT (Non-Fungible Token) marketplace have launched a new Mintables feature.

Similar to the Pixel Paver Pro NFT Art Maker, The Quidd Mintables feature allows collectors to mint and unmint digital collectibles into NFTs on the Ethereum Blockchain.

The first collection to be created using the mintable feature is the Atari x Quidd Collection which is now available on the Quidd Marketplace and coming soon to the GAMEE Arc 8 mobile app.

The Mintables features create more accessibility to the NFT industry by simplifying the process of creating an NFT for mainstream collectors.

Creating an NFT can be a difficult and expensive undertaking with officially-licensed branded NFTs often locked down in custodial wallets and centralized applications. 

Quidd Mintables reduces the cost, time and complexity for crypto novices who want to mint their first NFT.

You don’t need any cryptocurrency to mint your NFT with mintables, only a self-custody wallet such as Metamask.

For seasoned NFT enthusiasts, Mintables provides off-the-shelf interoperability with leading Ethereum NFT marketplaces, like OpenSea and Rarible. Additionally, Mintables can be unminted and reminted to new blockchains, at the owner’s discretion. This unique utility – a first in the collectibles industry – provides unparalleled portability, enabling NFT owners to bring their NFTs to major blockchain ecosystems if and when they want.

Officially licensed Atari digital collectibles on Quidd are now available to mint and unmint to the Ethereum blockchain for the low introductory price of $3 per mint. In the near term, Quidd will open up more collections for minting and will add support for more blockchains, including WAX, Flow, and Binance Smart Chain.

What is the Atari Quidd Collection?

The Atari x Quidd Collection boasts beautifully designed digital trading cards and 3D video game cartridges of some of the world’s first and most beloved arcade and console games. Mined from the Atari archives, this special collection highlights the people behind the games, including the legendary Atari employee Al Alcorn, and Dona Bailey, one of the first female programmers at Atari and co-creator of the classic game Centipede.

Quidd is working with GAMEE, the play-and-earn casual mobile gaming subsidiary of Animoca Brands, to launch Mintables of the Atari x Quidd Collection during a week-long event in Arc8, GAMEE’s play-and-earn mobile gaming platform. 

Owners of Atari x Quidd NFTs will be able to participate in an exclusive Arc8 tournament with a prize pool of QUIDD tokens. The top 100 players in the tournament will be eligible to mint an exclusive Atari/Quidd G-Bot starter NFT (only 100 in existence). 

More details will be announced later in June.

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Lance Cameron
Lance Cameronhttps://vishtany.github.io/
Lance is the Publisher and Chief Editor at BITVoxy. He writes about business, digital culture, crypto, gaming, tech, entertainment, and more. He considers himself a Digital Explorer and News Junkie.

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