See, I always say that I didn't get into NFTs to own beautiful JPEGs, and that I don't believe that NFTs can save the world, neither that it should be its mission. I really don't think that anyone or anything can save us from ourselves – but that's probably a subject for another post, in another site.
But tomorrow (Feb, 17th), I'll be minting Bobaverse – a gorgeous collection of 3333 JPEGs that has in its core values to help the world be a less hostile place for some of us.
Why? Because the team is doxxed, art is in sync with the current cartoon meta, supply is low and it has a very decent roadmap. The elements described make me bullish as an investor, with the plus that I'll be able to flex art that I like and make this space more inclusive – which is something I'm personally invested in as a woman.
This is not gonna be Bobaverse's first attempt to launch. In their first try, earlier February, they had a bigger supply and also a more expensive price. As things went a lot slower than the team first envisioned, they listened to the community and cut-price and supply, making their NFT rarer and more affordable.
After the failed first attempt, Bobaverse Team has also detailed their roadmap to become a platform for creatives, as they closed their first partnership with Kumo's World. And it looks AWESOME – thanks to artist Mark Xander.
Part of their revenues will be allocated to donations to “Trevor Project”, world's largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ youth, and “Make a Wish Foundation” – a non-profit organization that helps fulfill the wishes of children with a critical illness between the ages of 2 and 18 years old.
🗓 Minting dates:
Whitelist: February 17th - 4PM PST – max. 03 mints per wallet
Price: 0,04 ETH + gas
Public Sale: February 18th - 7PM PST – max. 03 mints per wallet
Price: 0,05ETH + gas
⚠ This material is just for educational and artistic purposes, nothing here is an Investment recommendation, and we are not financial advisors. Investments on the NFT market are very risky. Always do your own research, and be happy!